Restaurants in Georgia
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.
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.
Positioned inside TWELVE Hotels & Residences, the restaurant is designed to look and feel like a lobby bistro, but beyond the typical sleek dining rooms is a bar dining area that offers a peek into the beautifully orchestrated chaos of the kitchen.
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.
The restaurant's tables are made of teak from shipwrecked boats.
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.