35 "Birthdays" restaurants in Atlanta.
Part cocktail bar, part cool basement with awesome food, Ticonderoga Club makes no sense - which is exactly why we love it.
The Optimist in West Midtown is the most essential seafood restaurant in Atlanta.
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.
We like the West Midtown location of Barcelona Wine Bar for the sangria, patio, and set-price menu for big groups.
The Iberian Pig in Decatur is a great spot to go for tapas, wine, and one of the cities best (and only jamon-centric), Happy Hours.
Head to Golden Eagle in Reynoldstown for classic cocktails and shared plates in a space straight out of the art deco era.
There are a lot of restaurants serving Southern food in Atlanta, but no place is more classic than Mary Mac’s Tea Room in Midtown.
Happy Karaoke is a karaoke bar on Buford Highway - pick a song and some soju.
D92 is a Korean BBQ spot in Decatur that's great for a group of friends who want to eat a lot of meat.
Head to Woods Chapel BBQ, a huge restaurant in Summer Hill, for big platters of smoked meats, picnic tables, and lawn games.
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.
This Southern spot in a historic former house in Decatur feels like home, without all the questions and cheek-pinching.
Gio's is a BYOB, family-style Italian place on the Westside where you should push a few tables together and bring together a big group.
When you can't quite swing a Hawaii trip, head to Trader Vic's, a tiki bar downtown that's basically made for big groups and birthdays.
Nakato manages to do hibachi without seeming too corny, even during the onion volcano - though you could get sushi or small plates here too.