35 "Buckhead" Restaurants in Atlanta.
Chai Yo is an upscale Thai restaurant in Buckhead that’s perfect for a well-planned anniversary dinner, or an impromptu weeknight out.
The entire menu at King + Duke is roasted on an open hearth, and includes lots of meat, some fish, and very few vegetables.
Next time you’re in Brookhaven, head to Haven for a Southern-inspired brunch or dinner.
This unique spot in Buckhead is a beach house for half the year and a ski house for the other, serving South African-inspired dishes.
Terra Terroir might be in a strip mall, but once you get a glass of wine and sit on the back patio, you’d never know.
Seven Lamps might be technically in the Lenox Mall, but it’s worth braving traffic for the small plates and wine.
For Southern food served in an upscale space, head to South City Kitchen in Buckhead, and try to get a table on their patio overlooking Peachtree.
Gypsy Kitchen in Buckhead has one of our favorite rooftops in the city, serves affordable tapas, and always feels a little like a party.
When you want to eat great Thai food in Buckhead, and sit outside while you do it, head to Bangkok Station.
Bistro Niko is a cozy French spot in Buckhead perfect for a date or small group dinner.
Anis is one of our favorite places in Buckhead to get wine drunk outdoors, especially while surrounded by plants and eating a croque monsieur.
The Painted Pin in Buckhead is a bowling alley you'll actually want to bring friends to, from the actually good food to the Moscow Mule slushies.
Nakato manages to do hibachi without seeming too corny, even during the onion volcano - though you could get sushi or small plates here too.
Eclipse di Luna is a tapas spot in Buckhead with live music and free salsa lessons on Thursdays.
R. Thomas in Buckhead is one of the most interesting places in Atlanta, with lawn art and a menu with everything from a burger to vegan dishes.