86 "American" Restaurants in Atlanta.
Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, or it just being Friday, Miler Union is the perfect spot to eat upscale Southern food and drink good wine.
Going to Gunshow is kind of like having dinner at your coolest coworker’s house: It’s loud, fun, and you never quite know what they’re going to serve.
Part cocktail bar, part cool basement with awesome Southeast Asian food, Ticonderoga Club makes no sense - which is exactly why we love it.
Kimball House in Decatur is a great spot to grab oysters and cocktails, all in a space straight out of _The Great Gatsby_.
The Optimist in West Midtown is the most essential seafood restaurant in Atlanta.
The entire menu at King + Duke is roasted on an open hearth, and includes lots of meat, some fish, and very few vegetables.
Bacchanalia in West Midtown is a seasonal, farm-to-table spot that’s great for client dinners or a big night out.
Next time you’re in Brookhaven, head to Haven for a Southern-inspired brunch or dinner.
Go to Beetlecat in Inman Park to sit on a patio and eat great seafood, or to drink in a basement bar that looks straight out of That ’70s Show.
Go to this Westside staple for the fried chicken, but stay for the cocktails, patio, and burger.
Watchman’s in Inman Park feels a little like a beach vacation, with a seafood-heavy menu and a long list of oysters.
Bocado in West Midtown works for basically any situation, with its big patio, great cocktails, and one of the best burgers in Atlanta.
The General Muir in Toco Hills is an all day spot serving Jewish deli classics like latkes, pastrami, and bagels and lox.
The Mercury is the best restaurant to go for a date, birthday, or surprise promotion dinner at Ponce City Market.
Einstein’s in Midtown has a large, wide-ranging menu and an even larger patio, so it should be your next big group brunch spot.