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

Great food! I had shrimp & grits, my favorite, and it was very good but small portion. Had the peach dessert- OMG it is amazing! Looks a peach, taste extraordinary!!! Pineapple mojito (with vodka) is a new favorite drink. More

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Blue Ridge GrillBlue Ridge Grill
3342 reviews
American | Buckhead, Atlanta

Arguably the best restaurants in metro Atlanta. The food was delicious; the sea bass was one of the best dishes I have ever eaten! More

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Murphy'sMurphy's
2877 reviews
American | Virginia Highland, Atlanta

Great service and also a wonderful meal. More

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Lure - AtlantaLure - Atlanta
2475 reviews
Seafood | Midtown, Atlanta

The octopus wrap was perfect as always, and their scallops turned out to be the very best scallop dish I have ever had. More

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Crispina Ristorante & PizzeriaCrispina Ristorante & Pizzeria
727 reviews
Italian | Vinings, Atlanta

We seated outside as the evening was beautiful. It was as wonderful as always. We had pizza, calamari fritti and the ricotta cheesecake. Everything was excellent and consistent from service to food. They have the most welcoming atmosphere from their staff to the pizza maker and the owners. It was just a beautiful typical Friday night for us where we werewelcomed by Rafaelle (who arrived on his Vespa) and Andriano. This is our neighborhood pizza spot where we feel home and miss home (Italy). More

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Red Pepper Taqueria - BuckheadRed Pepper Taqueria - Buckhead
150 reviews
Mexican | Buckhead, Atlanta

I always have a great experience here. The customer service, food, and vibes are awesome!!! oh and the drinks! More

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Chai Yo Modern ThaiChai Yo Modern Thai
268 reviews
Thai | Buckhead, Atlanta

Took my wife here for mother's day. It was an excellent experience. The food was on point. More

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Basil’s Restaurant and Tapas BarBasil’s Restaurant and Tapas Bar
397 reviews
Mediterranean | Buckhead, Atlanta

Basil's was excellent!! The food was wonderful, service & patio were perfect!!! We can't wait to go back!! More

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5Church - Atlanta5Church - Atlanta
1266 reviews
Contemporary American | Midtown, Atlanta

very good will be back More

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Tupelo Honey  - Sandy SpringsTupelo Honey - Sandy Springs
807 reviews
Regional American (Contemporary Southern) | Sandy Springs, Atlanta

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Wow what a great breakfast spot, awesome service and food. I will be back for happy hour More

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Antebellum1. Antebellum
1398 reviews
Regional American (Southern) | Flowery Branch, Northeast Atlanta

As always, Antebellum shines above all others North of Atlanta. Every dish on the menu is unbelievable, fresh, and delicious. More

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Fortify Kitchen and Bar2. Fortify Kitchen and Bar
1510 reviews
Contemporary American | Clayton, N. GA Mountains / Wine Country

The food was exceptional and a very good value. We usually celebrate with a meal out in Highlands, but since we discovered Fortify we will not be returning to the pricey restaurants with horrible service in Highlands. We got a mixed drink, a soda, fried green tomatoes as an appetizer to share, scallops and quail as our entrees, and three desserts (one to take home to our sitter) and it was around $103. Great value for the level of service and quality of food. Will go back again very soon. More

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Glen-Ella Springs Restaurant3. Glen-Ella Springs Restaurant
405 reviews
Continental | Clarkesville, N. GA Mountains / Wine Country

Our dining experience was excellent. It is one of the very best dining I’ve had. I would highly recommend. More

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Park 754. Park 75
636 reviews
American | Midtown, Atlanta

Fantastic as usual. Service, Food, Atmosphere everything is superb! The absolute best place for brunch. More

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Antica Posta5. Antica Posta
1419 reviews
Italian | Buckhead, Atlanta

We had a high school graduation dinner with family. It was the perfect place for all to enjoy. Amazing food, service and special attention from Marco, the owner, to accommodate our group which was larger than we anticipated. We love Antica Posta and highly recommend it! More

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1 Kept1 Kept
Contemporary American | Midtown, Atlanta

At 1KEPT, we focus on the concept of a Collective Kitchen, where great ideas and flavorful food always win. We believe in a group synergy, where creative ideas culminate from fresh ingredients. Built on collaboration and passion for serving a great meal – we create food and flavors that spread joy and love. We offer a chef select, 6 course meal on Tuesdays thru Thursdays, where 100% of the bill will go to one of our select charities. You decide, and we will make a pledge to that amount. We are dedicated to the community and have a number of charities that we support and hope our efforts help those in need. In addition to supporting local suppliers, we also feature local growers and vendors, doing our part to support the Atlanta Business Community. Our menu features selections from local farms and farmers markets and our culinary team sources regional ingredients wherever possible. More

J. Michael's PrimeJ. Michael's Prime
Steakhouse | Canton, Northwest Atlanta

Steaks, Seafood, cocktails and more. A family owned restaurant nestled between Canton and Hickory Flat off of 140. Outdoor seating, private dining.More

Savoy Bar and GrillSavoy Bar and Grill
American | McDonough, South Atlanta

Savoy Bar & Grill is combining flavorful food and nightly entertainment for a dining experience you can’t find anywhere else -- you don’t even have to venture downtown to get it. There are all kinds of events you won’t want to miss: Karaoke and Crab Legs, Friday Night Live, Sundaze Adult Day Party -- and that’s just the start of the fun. Plus, the exciting choices continue with our menu. You’ll find everything from wings and crab cakes to sweet potato fries and fish and grits. And don’t even get us started on the delicious dessert options. You’ll just have to have one while you’re here.More

Southbound Smokehouse - AugustaSouthbound Smokehouse - Augusta
Regional American (Southern) | Augusta, Augusta

Welcome to Southbound Smokehouse where classic southern barbecue meets friendly neighborhood cantina. Our signature menu combines inspired creations featuring devastatingly delicious Pork, Chicken, and Beef cooked slow and low over hickory for that inspired award winning flavor that you know and love. Our signature sides? Well, they are always crowd pleasing.More

WIN Indonesian Grill & GastrobarWIN Indonesian Grill & Gastrobar
Tapas / Small Plates | Buckhead, Atlanta

WIN Indonesian Grill & Gastrobar was initiated by Robert Manan, a social entrepreneur with a mission to promote Indonesian culture and creative industries to the world. With his two good friends, Ivan Raintung and Made Yata, successful restaurateurs and Indonesian diasporas living in Atlanta, they set off to turning their dream of bringing the taste of Indonesia to the United States a reality through WIN. WIN Indonesian Grill & Gastrobar was initiated by Robert Manan, a social entrepreneur with a mission to promote Indonesian culture and creative industries to the world. With his two good friends, Ivan Raintung and Made Yata, successful restaurateurs and Indonesian diasporas living in Atlanta, they set off to turning their dream of bringing the taste of Indonesia to the United States a reality through WIN.More

Discover Atlanta

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.

Discover Atlanta

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.