Restaurants in Atlanta
Having grown up in Kansas City, Kevin Rathbun should know a thing or two about preparing a good steak. In 2007, he hired Atlanta's Bill Johnson Studios to convert an old cotton warehouse in Inman Park into a venue that offered a modern interpretation of the rustic, "old school" steakhouse.
Hidden in a strip mall in the Druid Hills area, Co’m manages to make its location feel slightly more upscale with a quiet atmosphere, black chandeliers, and colorful Asian prints hung on yellow walls. Still, patrons flock here not for the ambiance but for the fresh, authentic Vietnamese cuisine.
Since 1993, partner chefs Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison have drawn raves for their seasonally changing, all-organic menus—often using produce grown on their own organic farm.
Atlanta chef Linton Hopkins is a believer in the secret menu. When the clock strikes 10 each night at his classic public house, Holeman & Finch, 24 double-patty burgers hit the grill—and sell out in minutes.
A local favorite in Brookhaven, this New American eatery offers reinvented comfort foods that incorporate French, Continental, and Southern influences.
With communal farmhouse tables, large mirrors tilted downward from the ceiling, and rustic design materials like wood, leather, and tile, this restaurant in the Westside Urban Market reflects its proprietor's belief that simplicity is a hallmark of the best food.
Winner of Bravo’s Top Chef All-Stars and famed food scientist Richard Blais redefines an all-American favorite at this trendy burger boutique, located just three miles west of Midtown.