24 "Birthdays" restaurants in Atlanta.
Part cocktail bar, part cool basement with awesome Southeast Asian 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.
The Mercury is the best restaurant to go for a date, birthday, or surprise promotion dinner at Ponce City Market.
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.
Nina and Rafi is an Old Fourth Ward pizza spot with a menu of inventive specialty pies alongside the classics.
If you’re looking for a modern steakhouse with all the classics, head to Arnette’s Chop Shop in Ashford Park, just make sure you’re hungry.
Tiny Lou's is a French restaurant in the Clermont Hotel in Old Fourth Ward, and where you should bring a date or an out-of-towner for a nice dinner.
Little Trouble in West Midtown, feels like a bar from the future, with its dimly, neon-lit space along with yuzu cocktails and sake juice boxes.
MJQ Concourse in Old Fourth Ward is a no frills, cash only place to dance. Head there late, and in clothing you don’t care about.
Head to Sweetwater Brewery in Armour Yards for beer on a big patio with live music, or to take a tour that includes tastings.
10 High in the Highlands has karaoke with a live band playing exclusively heavy metal, so it’s unlike anywhere else you’ll go in Atlanta.