22 "See And Be Seen" restaurants in Atlanta.
Staplehouse in the Old Fourth Ward is without a doubt the best restaurant in Atlanta.
Head to Dr. Bombay's in Reynoldstown when you want to drink tea in an armchair under a crazy ceiling, or for full tea service.
Half motorcycle garage, half coffee shop, Brother Moto in Cabbagetown has white walls, high ceilings, and plenty of tables for meetings.
Dairies in Reynoldstown is one of the “trendiest” coffee shops in Atlanta, but that doesn’t mean it’s not great - come for fancy lattes and acai bowls
Taproom serves both coffee and beer, with a focus on local producers in a space that's perfect for eavesdropping.
Located above Staplehouse, Paper Crane Lounge in Old Fourth Ward is a small bar serving a short menu and great cocktails.
Lloyd’s in Inman Park is like a 1980s fever dream of a restaurant - with its wood paneled walls, booths, and menu of old school staples.
With an experimental menu and an upscale space, Banshee is one of East Atlanta’s best new restaurants, and where you should be eating.
Aria is a fine dining restaurant in Buckhead with a seasonally changing menu, and great for celebratory dinners and special occasions.
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.
Go to this Westside staple for the fried chicken, but stay for the cocktails, patio, and burger.
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.
Ponce City Market is a food hall with over 30 different restaurants, with options ranging from Italian and ramen to Szechuan and Mexican.
The Clermont Lounge is part bar, part dance hall, and part strip club, and an absolutely essential Atlanta experience.