Restaurants in Atlanta
Occupying a soaring glass, Renzo Piano-designed space inside the Woodruff Arts Center, this hip, minimalist brasserie has what may be Atlanta’s most dramatic dining room.
Although unassuming from the outside, this former warehouse has a revamped interior designed with bright red chandeliers, a dramatic Todd Murphy painting, and a temperature-controlled wine tower holding 42 stainless-steel barrels of wine.
With a focus on using seasonal ingredients, chef Micah Willix, who helped create one of the nation’s first health-conscious menus at Seasons 52, keeps his European fare fresh and enticing.
Housed inside a historic, 150-year-old farmhouse, Milton’s Cuisine and Cocktails showcases the New Southern cuisine of chef Boyd Rose.
Honestly, I didn't plan on doing it, says rap musician Chris "Ludacris" Bridges of his decision to create Straits with chef Chris Yeo, in Atlanta's Midtown neighborhood.
Located in Alpharetta, the Atlantic Seafood Company is easily recognizable by the pattern of cresting waves carved into the top of the building.
Located in the ground floor of the Terminus building in trendy Buckhead, MF Buckhead is a Japanese eatery, bar and lounge that offers a sensational visual and culinary experience.
In 1993, Delia Champion partnered with Cynthia Moor and Missy Speert to open the original Flying Biscuit Café, set amongst the 1920’s Craftsman bungalows of Atlanta’s Candler Park neighborhood.
Throughout super-competitive Season 6, eventual winner Michael Voltaggio talked trash about finalist Kevin Gillespie and his “simple” food. But for Gillespie, simplicity is a conscious choice; he’s a believer in the Slow Food movement.
A contemporary interpretation of old-world Italian dining, Dolce Enoteca e Ristorante is designed with crystal chandeliers, large tapestries with modern prints, plush cream-colored banquettes, and black faux-snakeskin tables.