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American | Druid Hills / Emory
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Tex-Mex | Druid Hills / Emory
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Mediterranean | Druid Hills / Emory
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AG, Modern Bar and SteakhouseAG, Modern Bar and Steakhouse
250 reviews
Steakhouse | Downtown, Atlanta

Thought this place was amazing a little bit pricey but worth every dime. Definitely will go back. More

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248 reviews
American | Midtown, Atlanta

Great place in the neighborhood - great staff, great food. More

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Blue Ridge GrillBlue Ridge Grill
3006 reviews
American | Buckhead, Atlanta

Favorite new restaurant great food great service! More

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Chama Gaucha- AtlantaChama Gaucha- Atlanta
1127 reviews
Brazilian Steakhouse | Buckhead, Atlanta

The service and food were first rate. A meal could be made off the salad bar alone but I recommend going light to save room for the perfectly grilled meats! More

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Osteria MattoneOsteria Mattone
1574 reviews
Italian | Roswell, Alpharetta / Roswell

I found the service exceptional and the food outstanding. The atmosphere was very cozy and agreeable. More

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Chido and Padre'sChido and Padre's
90 reviews
Mexican | Buckhead, Atlanta

Great guac, awesome margs, super fun vibe! Can’t wait to go back! More

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Cooks & SoldiersCooks & Soldiers
1638 reviews
Basque | West Midtown, Atlanta

Wow! What an incredible meal. I started with Night in Navarre mezcal cocktail which was perfect. We were treated to some delicious sparking Spanish white to get mouth watering. The polpo so tender. The atun delicious. Cana klasokoa, smoked salmon, foir gras, shoshito peppers, veal cheek. On man I feel I literally could have had one of everything. Next time definitely going for that chuleton and pescado! Ryan was our server and service was phenomenal. It was our first time and everyone really enjoyed themselves. More

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Park TavernPark Tavern
354 reviews
American | Midtown, Atlanta

Patrick and Sam are the best! We love this place because of them. Great service and food. We have been coming here for years and they make it special every time More

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The Iberian PigThe Iberian Pig
3462 reviews
Spanish | Decatur, Atlanta

My son (high school senior, foodie) and I went to Iberian Pig for dinner while visiting colleges in Atlanta. The food was excellent. We went to another great restaurant the night before and we both agreed that the Iberian Pig was even better. Also, my son went on a school trip to Spain this year and he said the food at Iberian Pig was authentic. I had some wine with dinner that was quite good. We both liked the atmosphere (although I am more into atmosphere, he was just riveted by the food). The service was timely but not obtrusive. It was a little pricey but well worth it; our bill with a 20% tip was $130, which I felt very good about. More

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Bar MercadoBar Mercado
99 reviews
Spanish | Inman Park, Atlanta

We had a lovely anniversary dinner, thanks! More

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Atlanta's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
Park 751. Park 75
616 reviews
American | Midtown, Atlanta

Everything was exceptional. Love, Love, Love will be back! More

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Antebellum2. Antebellum
1240 reviews
Regional American (Southern) | Flowery Branch, Northeast Atlanta

They never fail to amaze me. Their choices of mixtures and flavors are outstanding. More

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Bones3. Bones
6586 reviews
Steak | Buckhead, Atlanta

Wonderful! Great ambiance. If you enjoy a steak, hands down the best place in Atlanta. Service was phenomenal and they were always one step ahead. More

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Dovetail - Macon4. Dovetail - Macon
884 reviews
American | Macon, Macon

Very good food a much different experience than almost any other restaurant. They take food to another level More

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Frankie's The Steakhouse5. Frankie's The Steakhouse
822 reviews
Steakhouse | Duluth, Northeast Atlanta

Frankie’s is consistently the best steak I have eaten. The service is among the top five restaurants I’ve been to. Would highly recommend this restaurant as a special place to eat, bring clients, or to impress someone. More

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Atlanta restaurants that recently joined the OpenTable network
Ecco BuckheadEcco Buckhead
European | Buckhead, Atlanta

Ecco Buckhead brings European cuisine and cosmopolitan flair to a new neighborhood. We serve inspired and locally sourced European small plates and entrees paired with an award-winning wine list in a stylish atmosphere. We look forward to serving you!More

Home RestaurantHome Restaurant
Farm-to-table | Marble Hill, Northwest Atlanta

Delicious dining experience with the freshest and highest quality ingredients, most being locally sourced. Check out our Tuesday specials featuring fresh smoked cuts of meat. Steak night every Thursday! More

Jimmy's Tequila & CarnesJimmy's Tequila & Carnes
Steakhouse | Chamblee, Atlanta

Jimmy’s Tequila & Carnes started as a vision. This vision was inspired by the many different cultural experiences my family and I have experienced throughout our lifetime. We are a family owned and operated business which strongly believes in family core values. We believe in creating relationships that will touch lives for years to come. At Jimmy’s we promote the term “team concept” with our employees while our operations speak loudly of our customer service. We are not in the restaurant industry, we are in the service industry. We here at Jimmy’s Tequila hope you will enjoy your experience in dining with us and we hope you will try one of our many Tequilas we have to offer. More

Red Lobster - DaltonRed Lobster - Dalton
Seafood | Flowery Branch, Northeast Atlanta

Red Lobster welcomes you by offering PRIORITY SEATING to reduce your wait time in the restaurant, so you can spend more time doing the things you love. Or, come enjoy a drink at our bar and a Tasting Plate while you wait. Red Lobster is the world's largest and most loved seafood restaurant company, offering high quality, freshly-prepared seafood, sourced in a way that is traceable, sustainable and responsible. We offer lunch and dinner daily, featuring classics like our Ultimate Feast®, Garlic Shrimp Scampi and Parrot Isle Jumbo Coconut Shrimp, and feature limited time flavors and preparations during events like Lobsterfest®, Crabfest® and Endless Shrimp®. And, who can resist our famous warm and cheesy Cheddar Bay Biscuits®? To learn more visit www.redlobster.comMore

TasteBar at Caravaca MarketTasteBar at Caravaca Market
International | Midtown, Atlanta

Our mission is simple: to offer a delicious and honest international experience so that you can travel the world without leaving town.

The Taste Bar showcases recipes from Harry's childhood, those popular during his TV shows and those he learned while immersing himself in the countries he has traveled. Come travel with us and bring some friends. No trip is ever the same!

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While Coca-Cola may have put Atlanta on the nation’s culinary map (as the city plays home to its headquarters), Atlanta is known for far more than America’s favorite soda. Once a bit conservative in flavor, the city has recently undergone a creative renaissance with food at the helm, catapulting Southern soul food into new light, with barbecue, collards, and cornbread as its heart. But Southern food isn’t that simple—influence of European immigrants at the turn of the century, as well as the African-American influence, and more recent waves of Asian, Latin American, and Middle Eastern immigration have defined a broader southern culture, which you can now taste all over Atlanta. Whether it’s reinterpreted omakase, nose-to-tail, or a bagel with shmear, local cuisine suggests that Atlanta just may be the South’s new foodie capital.