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The General Muir
American | Druid Hills / Emory
Tin Lizzy's - Emory Point
Tex-Mex | Druid Hills / Emory
Chris' Pizza
Mediterranean | Druid Hills / Emory
True Food Kitchen - Atlanta
Contemporary American | Buckhead
American | Virginia Highland
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101 Steak101 Steak
587 reviews
Steakhouse | Vinings, Atlanta

Father's Day brunch was a wonderful experience. The food was delicious and the service was superb. More

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Blue Ridge GrillBlue Ridge Grill
2873 reviews
American | Buckhead, Atlanta

Excellent service. Delicious selections with lots of choices. Had not been in a while but will definitely be back! The peanut butter mousse was a great selection. More

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AG, Modern Bar and SteakhouseAG, Modern Bar and Steakhouse
214 reviews
Steakhouse | Downtown, Atlanta

What a wonder, tasted and healthy dinner. The service was phenomenal. We had a fantastic waiter named Matt. He made the whole night a pleasure! More

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Chama Gaucha- AtlantaChama Gaucha- Atlanta
957 reviews
Brazilian Steakhouse | Buckhead, Atlanta

Great experience and wonderful service More

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STK - AtlantaSTK - Atlanta
1724 reviews
Steakhouse | Midtown, Atlanta

10oz filet steak a little tough. Bread delicious. Cocktails were good. More

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Glen-Ella Springs Restaurant1. Glen-Ella Springs Restaurant
331 reviews
Continental | Clarkesville, N. GA Mountains / Wine Country

Amazing food and spectacular service!!!! Our server was very attentive to our needs without being bothersome!! A great way to spend our 15th wedding anniversary!! More

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La Grotta2. La Grotta
1085 reviews
Italian | Buckhead, Atlanta

Lovely Italian restaurant with excellent food, wine and service. Takes you back to Italy. The pasta and Dover sole are outstanding. More

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Antebellum3. Antebellum
1113 reviews
Southern | Flowery Branch, Northeast Atlanta

Wonderful evening. Shrimp entree was great, halibut was excellent! More

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Fortify Kitchen and Bar4. Fortify Kitchen and Bar
1136 reviews
Contemporary American | Clayton, N. GA Mountains / Wine Country

First time we visited. The food and service was excellent!! The chicken dish and the veal were out of this world!! Will return next time we come to Sky Valley! More

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1194 reviews
Sushi | Buckhead, Atlanta

Amazing and unique preparations... flavorful... high quality. Excellent service. Fantastic all around making expensive bill worthwhile More

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Atlanta restaurants that recently joined the OpenTable network
Arnette's Chop ShopArnette's Chop Shop
American | Brookhaven, Atlanta

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Little Alley Steak - BuckheadLittle Alley Steak - Buckhead
Steakhouse | Buckhead, Atlanta

A top-notch charcuterie. A full decanting service with an impressive wine list. A bourbon collection you wouldn’t believe. The newest edition to Buckhead, Little Alley Steak, rivals the greatest of steakhouses including Peter Luger’s in New York or Bern’s in Tampa. Creators of top OTP hotspots, Hicham Azhari and Fikret Kovac are digging into the past to create a relaxed, late 1800′s-inspired space.More

Local on North - RoswellLocal on North - Roswell
Contemporary French / American | Roswell, Alpharetta / Roswell

Located in Historic Downtown Roswell, Georgia, Local On North pays tribute, through food and drink, to the culture of Central and North Georgia.More

Sankranti Indian and Intercontinental Fine DiningSankranti Indian and Intercontinental Fine Dining
Indian | Alpharetta, Alpharetta / Roswell

Sankranti is a new “Indian and Intercontinental fine dining restaurant” along with Private dining/banquet facility thats coming up in Johns Creek. The name Sankranti is derived from the traditional Indian Festival that brings together the many diverse cultures of the country to celebrate the harvest much like Thanksgiving in the United States. Boasting a large ornate traditional dining room and a second-floor contemporary dining room, our restaurant has a capacity of nearly 300 seating and will be offering an upscale daily lunch buffet featuring traditional Indian, Indo-Chinese and intercontinental cuisine with ala carte dining in our main dining room. On weekends, we will be hosting an elaborate brunch buffet. Our Main banquet has a capacity of hosting upto 450 guests and we also have an additional 175 seat private dining room perfect for mid-sized events, business meetings, rehearsal dinners, etc. Sankranti is a multi-cultural Festival of Food!More

Tiny Lou's - Hotel ClermontTiny Lou's - Hotel Clermont
French American | Virginia Highland, Atlanta

Within the walls of Atlanta’s forthcoming Hotel Clermont lies Tiny Lou’s, a 100-seat French-American brasserie led by executive chef Jeb Aldrich. Operated by Indigo Road Hospitality Group, the French-remix presents a playful approach to French favorites, utilizing Southern ingredients and complemented by a Francophile-friendly wine list. More

Discover Atlanta

While Coca-Cola may have put Atlanta on the nation’s culinary map (as the city plays home to its headquarters), Atlanta is known for far more than America’s favorite soda. Once a bit conservative in flavor, the city has recently undergone a creative renaissance with food at the helm, catapulting Southern soul food into new light, with barbecue, collards, and cornbread as its heart. But Southern food isn’t that simple—influence of European immigrants at the turn of the century, as well as the African-American influence, and more recent waves of Asian, Latin American, and Middle Eastern immigration have defined a broader southern culture, which you can now taste all over Atlanta. Whether it’s reinterpreted omakase, nose-to-tail, or a bagel with shmear, local cuisine suggests that Atlanta just may be the South’s new foodie capital.