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STK - AtlantaSTK - Atlanta
1423 reviews
Steakhouse | Midtown, Atlanta

I felt the service was a little off but overall we enjoyed ourselves. More

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AG, Modern SteakhouseAG, Modern Steakhouse
114 reviews
Steakhouse | Downtown, Atlanta

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Food was great - had the petite steak with the added dish of Brussels sprouts. More

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Florence TavernFlorence Tavern
57 reviews
Italian | Buckhead, Atlanta

Superb food, great service. Very quiet which was what I was hoping for on a Sunday afternoon. I was disappointed that they were out of calamari and that the dinner menu was not available. Their signature drink was delicious as was everything else. Will be back for Dinner. More

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101 Steak101 Steak
413 reviews
Steakhouse | Vinings, Atlanta

First visit, we will return for the great steak. A little more privacy between guests would have been nice, especially as we were seated next to wait service access door. More

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McCormick & Schmick's Seafood - Atlanta (CNN Center)McCormick & Schmick's Seafood - Atlanta (CNN Center)
2176 reviews
Seafood | Downtown, Atlanta

Great food, even better service. Couldn’t ask for better atmosphere. Ask for AJ !!! More

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Cadwalladers Cafe1. Cadwalladers Cafe
171 reviews
American | Augusta, Augusta

Warm, personal, professional service, ambience, locally owned and managed. The food is always exceptional, and unmatched anywhere else in the Area. The food is creative, unique, ever changing and dependably delicious. More

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

Great innovative flavors presented in a warm atmosphere by attentive and pleasant service. More

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Scott's Downtown (fka Scott's on the Square)3. Scott's Downtown (fka Scott's on the Square)
555 reviews
Continental | Gainesville, Northeast Atlanta

Enjoyed a private room for 2. The server was wonderful as the food. Had the oyster appetizer, lobster tail and seafood grill. Very tasty. The sides were just OK but will go back! More

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Fortify Kitchen and Bar4. Fortify Kitchen and Bar
937 reviews
Contemporary American | Clayton, N. GA Mountains / Wine Country

The food was absolutely UHmazing! Fresh ingredients, cooked to beyond perfection. Exceptional service from our server, Jeremy. Wonderful wine to compliment our meal. Need I say more?! As first time guests, our experience left us committed to returning... frequently! Definitely a favorite! More

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IL Localino5. IL Localino
1139 reviews
Italian | Inman Park, Atlanta

We love this restaurant. The food, the atmosphere, the staff, everything was awesome. More

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Blazin Cajun Seafood RestaurantBlazin Cajun Seafood Restaurant
Seafood | Duluth, Northeast Atlanta

Can’t go wrong with a little spicy on top! Come taste the difference for yourself at Duluth’s Blazin Cajun. From seafood to wings to crawfish, we’ve got you covered. Our menu features something for everyone! Try our popular seafood platter, fresh snow crab, or juicy crawfish. Our oysters are fresh from the Gulf Coast. Top it off with a glass of wine or a beer, or take the meal to go when you’re in a rush! Whatever you choose, you’re sure to enjoy your experience at Blazin Cajun thanks to our delicious menu and friendly service!More

Horse Creek Bistro & WineryHorse Creek Bistro & Winery
Contemporary American | Thomasville, Thomasville

Our Bistro’s seasoned Chefs have created a delectable menu using the finest ingredients around. We offer a wide variety of appetizers, salads, sides and entrees. Our hand-cut, never frozen steaks have made a reputation for themselves all over the South! Not only do we boast a beautiful dining room, we also have a private room that can be reserved to accommodate your private events, meetings or parties.More

Lenox Road Bar & GrillLenox Road Bar & Grill
American | Buckhead, Atlanta

Our menu emphasizing Continental fare with a touch of Southern style compliments our friendly and attentive service.More

Mediterranea RestaurantMediterranea Restaurant
Mediterranean | Grant Park, Atlanta

"At the table, one does not grow old"
The traditional Mediterranean diet, with its emphasis on vegetables, fruits ,whole grains, olive oil, beans, nuts and legumes.More

The Tavern at PhippsThe Tavern at Phipps
American | Buckhead, Atlanta

Famous for their see and be seen Happy Hours and beyond, The Tavern at Phipps is a bustling Buckhead hot spot where the drinks flow like water and the napkins fly high. While it's cocktails, lively atmosphere and the best looking wait staff have made it a go to spot for any night out in Atlanta for over 25 years, the classic American fare such as their trademark Tavern chips, hearty salads and Carnegie Deli pastrami keep you coming back for more. Trust us, it's worth the trip.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 fingerlicking 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 history of enslaved Africans and their descendents, 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.