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ATL Review


This Southern spot in a historic former house in Decatur feels like home, without all the questions and cheek-pinching.

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ATL Review

Arnette’s Chop Shop

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.

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ATL Review

Tiny Lou’s

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.

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ATL Review

Bread & Butterfly

Atlanta isn’t Paris, but when you want to forget that for a while, head to Bread & Butterfly for brunch on the patio or a glass of wine at the bar.

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ATL Review

Miller Union

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.

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Sotto Sotto

Sotto Sotto is an Inman Park Italian spot that hasn’t changed since it opened almost 20 years ago, which is exactly why we like it.

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ATL Review

Terra Terroir

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.

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ATL Review

Seven Lamps

Seven Lamps might be technically in the Lenox Mall, but it’s worth braving traffic for the small plates and wine.

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ATL Review

St. Cecilia

With floor to ceiling windows and a menu of mostly Italian dishes, St. Cecilia in Buckhead is where you should bring a client or your parents.

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ATL Review

Haven Restaurant & Bar

Next time you’re in Brookhaven, head to Haven for a Southern-inspired brunch or dinner.

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ATL Review

Atlas Buckhead

Atlas in Buckhead is a high-end Southern restaurant inside the St. Regis that you should head to for your next special occasion.

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ATL Review

Tuk Tuk Thai Food Loft

We like Tuk Tuk in Peachtree Hills for their Thai food, patio, and great views, but don’t leave without trying a few of their desserts.

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ATL Review

Two Urban Licks

Two Urban Licks in Old Fourth Ward has a tower of wine barrels that they serve from on tap and great small plates, so come with a date or a group.

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ATL Review

Chai Pani

Chai Pani in Decatur serves traditional Indian street food dishes along with sandwiches, like the Sloppy Jai, that are great for sharing with a group.

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ATL Review

Watchman’s Seafood and Spirits

Watchman’s in Inman Park feels a little like a beach vacation, with a seafood-heavy menu and a long list of oysters.

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ATL Review


Donetto in West Midtown is where you should go for a night out to eat Italian food and drink plenty of wine.

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ATL Review

King + Duke

The entire menu at King + Duke is roasted on an open hearth, and includes lots of meat, some fish, and very few vegetables.

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ATL Review


Murphy’s in the Virginia Highlands has a long, varied menu and is your answer when your group can’t decide where to go.

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ATL Review


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.

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ATL Review

Cooks & Soldiers

Whether it’s for date night or a meal with your boss, this Westside tapas spot will impress just about anyone.