Restaurants in Atlanta
Atlanta's long-established Greek community takes pride in this chic, modern paean to its ancestral cuisine.
Certified by the Verace Pizza Napoletana (the organization that governs whether or not a pizza is authentically Neapolitan), Fritti’s dough is handmade with 00 Caputo flour, natural yeast, and sea salt before being smothered in traditional tomato sauce and baked inside a 1000-degree wood-burning
Iron Chef contestant Linton Hopkins teams up with master mixologist Greg Best to produce a winning combination of cuisine and liquid refreshments at this Buckhead gastro-pub.
The quieter, more intimate sister restaurant to Bacchanalia, which is located in the same Westside complex, Quinones was opened in 2005 by acclaimed restaurateur duo Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison.
Located in the Serenbe community, a 1,000-acre development about 30 minutes from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the Blue Eyed Daisy is a small, neighborhood bakery and café.
A Buckhead staple since 1996, Prime is one of few Atlanta eateries specializing in both steak and sushi.
If you only have one meal out in Atlanta, make sure it’s in the yellow-painted, country-kitchen-style dining room of this 60-year-old Atlanta institution.
A departure from typical terminal food, One Flew South has travelers eager for long layovers inside Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.