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AG, Modern Bar and SteakhouseAG, Modern Bar and Steakhouse
239 reviews
Steakhouse | Downtown, Atlanta

The appetizer was good and the service was excellent, but my steak wasn't unimpressive given the calibur of the restaurant and the quite high price. More

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101 Steak101 Steak
673 reviews
Steakhouse | Vinings, Atlanta

First time at 101 Steak. The food and service were amazing. Will definitely return. More

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Chama Gaucha- AtlantaChama Gaucha- Atlanta
1085 reviews
Brazilian Steakhouse | Buckhead, Atlanta

This place wasn’t wonderful,the staff is so attentive and so friendly! We went for my husbands birthday and he loved it! More

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TavernpointeTavernpointe
233 reviews
American | Midtown, Atlanta

This place was wonderful! The food was great, the staff was friendly. It was completely empty for a Wednesday night dinner though... Given it’s location, it’s probably a better lunch spot. More

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Blue Ridge GrillBlue Ridge Grill
2955 reviews
American | Buckhead, Atlanta

Always delicious ! Great service and great food. Highly recommended. More

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Park TavernPark Tavern
349 reviews
American | Midtown, Atlanta

Fabulous food! The kids love the Impossible Burger! The sushi is always so fresh and tasty. My favorite is the Surf and Turf roll. Tola was our server and she was most attentive! Great evening at Park Tavern. More

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55th & Park Restaurant & Lounge55th & Park Restaurant & Lounge
41 reviews
American | Downtown, Atlanta

everything was great ! More

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Rosie's Coffee CafeRosie's Coffee Cafe
4 reviews
Cafe Dining | Downtown, Atlanta

Very cute atmosphere with good food. The iced Chai latte is the best! More

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Dovetail - Macon1. Dovetail - Macon
856 reviews
American | Macon, Macon

A truly unique restaurant. Combining amazing food and wonderful service - it is a must eat anytime you are in Macon. More

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IL Localino2. IL Localino
1395 reviews
Italian | Inman Park, Atlanta

Loved-It!!! Wonderful and very beautiful dining rooms. First experience @ this place; had Osso Bucco for the first time ever, so GREAT!!! My waiter was friendly, courteous, & very prompt. I will return for sure! More

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Antebellum3. Antebellum
1196 reviews
Regional American (Southern) | Flowery Branch, Northeast Atlanta

Fantastic food as usual. Brought 3 friends who hadn’t been there and they thought so too. More

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Atlas4. Atlas
782 reviews
Contemporary American | Buckhead, Atlanta

We had a terrific time at Atlas. The food and atmosphere were great and our server, Brian, was wonderful. More

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Bones5. Bones
6497 reviews
Steak | Buckhead, Atlanta

They never miss. Great evening supplied by staff. More

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Atlanta restaurants that recently joined the OpenTable network
Casi Cielo Mexican CuisineCasi Cielo Mexican Cuisine
Mexican | Sandy Springs, Atlanta

Casi Cielo is a Oaxacan inspired restaurant with the main focus on traditional Mexican cuisine with a modern take on food. Look for chiles poblanos, tacos de cochinillos and its signature pulpo al carbón served with house-made salsa veracruzana. With the biggest Mezcal collection in Atlanta, the beverage menu is focus on all types of Mezcal-based cocktails and bold ingredients. Casi Cielo is a great place to socialize and experience new and unique flavors in Atlanta!More

Deacon Blues BBQDeacon Blues BBQ
Barbecue | Statesboro, Statesboro

Welcome to the home of the best barbecue and soul food in Statesboro! Featuring our famous homemade "Whoo Dang!" bbq sauce! Now for sale by the bottle! With a range of slow smoked meats including classic pork BBQ, beef brisket, and pork ribs, you will never leave hungry. Pair those tasty meats with our freshly made sides featuring our highly popular Brunswick Stew to create a tasty meal that will not break the bank. Top it all off with our famous sauce that will make you say "Whoo Dang! That's good!" More

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse - AtlantaDel Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse - Atlanta
Steakhouse | Dunwoody, Atlanta

At the forefront of the new Park Center development at the intersection of Hammond Drive and Perimeter Center Parkway, our restaurant is located within a mile of the area’s most in demand business and retail destinations, including the popular Perimeter Mall.

Del Frisco’s is rooted in a rich American tradition – the steakhouse. We stay true to time-honored principles, like chef-driven cuisine, impeccable wines and exceptional hospitality to give you an experience like no other.More

SAGE Woodfire Tavern - PerimeterSAGE Woodfire Tavern - Perimeter
Contemporary American | Dunwoody, Atlanta

Sage Perimeter offers a city chic yet casual atmosphere featuring contemporary American cuisine with global influences. We offer market fresh fish, seafood, hand-cut steaks, chops, gourmet salads, chicken, pastas and burgers all prepared over our live hickory oak woodfire grill. More

Toaste of AugustaToaste of Augusta
American | Augusta, Augusta

Welcome to Toaste of Augusta - located in the Bed and Breakfast venue in the heart of Downtown Augusta! More

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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.