Restaurants in Atlanta

An institution on Roswell’s Green Street since it opened in 1986, Greenwood's gets its personality courtesy of the 1960's kitschy décor, including Haight Ashbury signs, rusty cars, and sculpted busts overlooking its entrance.

Once you get past the fact that Relish was once Roswell's funeral parlor, you'll see that the place is nicely light-filled and spacious. Chef and proprietor Andy Badgett is known for his new southern cuisine, including fried black-eyed peas and Krispy Kreme bread pudding.

Succulent brisket that is melt-in-your-mouth good, moist chicken that nearly falls off the bone and pulled pork that is both juicy and flavorful is what makes Rolling Bones Barbecue a staple in the Edgewood Corridor. Dreaming about good, old-fashioned Texas-style barbecue, chefs Reginald D.

A native of Puerto Rico and former contestant on Bravo’s Top Chef, Hector Santiago delights adventurous diners with authentic Latin American and Spanish cuisine at this tapas restaurant in Poncey-Highland.

Jean-Georges Vongerichten spent many of his early years as a chef in Asia perfecting the art of Eastern cuisine and has brought it here to the Atlanta location of Spice Market.

Educated at the Art Institute of Atlanta, chef Jeremy Miller has cooked his way around the world, working at renowned restaurants in New York City, Napa Valley, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.

Housed within a Greek Revival mansion in the small town of Social Circle, the Blue Willow Inn is a traditional Southern, buffet-style restaurant.