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It's a raucous Italian party at No. 246 every night, but that's the way it ought to be. Who wants to eat spaghetti in silence? And the spaghetti here is quite nice, served with Georgia white shrimp... read more
Originally a service station, Leon’s is related to the nearby Brick Store Pub. A bombardment of discerning brews, natch. But the menu thinks outside the bottle with rabbit tenders and pork os... read more
Irish pub yields more authenticity than the Chieftains jamming in a clover patch. The owners come courtesy of Rathfarnham, Ireland near the Dublin mountains, so they have the public house look down... read more
Upscale deli. Tiny bakery. Your personal pre-party go-to spot. Whatever you call it, just make it here before closing time to find the best organic meats, artisanal cheeses, hot or cold sandwiches ... read more
Amid a block devoted to neon-lit chain restaurants, this darkly sweet boite’s handcrafted chocolates gleam, set off to a T by the paprikarusset interior of the restaurant itself. The bar focuses on... read more
Toasty wine, beer and coffee bar specializes in and singer-songwriter tunage on weekends. As some hunker over laptops, others poke at small plates and sandwiches. Music drops on select nights pairi... read more
The Corner Pub is one of those restaurant-bars that tows the line between an eatery open to all and a watering hole with snazzy beer. The food crosses the world’s ponds and back again with fr... read more
Indie eatery rocks laidback elegance with romantic dining room, medium-size bar and A-plus patio. The covered patio segues into open air as guests dine by candlelight with draping canopies, lush ga... read more
Neighborhood everybody-knows-your-name haunt with sizable bar, serious drinkers and dining crowd. The decor, much of which was rescued from a dumpster at nearby Agnes Scott College, accentuates the... read more
Quickie taco haunt in old gas station provides Southwestern fare. A handful of taco options, each priced below $2.50, are easy grabs. Try the Memphis, a wad of smoked pork, jalapeños, cole s... read more
Homegrown pizza chain with hippie aesthetic attracts under-the-sun demographic. Freaks, geeks, yuppies, families, college kids and others dig the baked-on-the-stone pies and funky vibe. This locati... read more
One of the early purveyors of the Oakhurst hood’s rebirth. Smart bar bites (brisket tacos, turkey pita, edamame) meet the usual suspects (wings, a gathering of burgers and chicken sammies). F... read more
Steps from downtown Decatur Square, Raging Burrito courts margarita-seeking twentysomethings, young forward-thinking families and all points in between. Servers, some sporting T-shirts with the slo... read more
Emily Sailers, one-half of the folky Indigo Girls, plays co-restaurateur at this popular white tablecloth spot with casual neighborhood leanings. Executive chef Scott Peacock runs a kitchen where s... read more
Beer snobs unite. This glorious conglomeration of upper crust pub spirit and casual dining draws throngs of hops and barley aficionados and those looking to shake 9-to-5 doldrums. Lunch crowds file... read more
Beginning at 11 a.m., this homey cafeteria-style eatery draws construction workers and office types. At 2 p.m., artists follow, and a more bohemian industry crowd rolls in at 5 p.m. Families take o... read more
A tucked-away lunchtime haunt not only worth remembering for its smart sandwiches and salads, but for the sugar coma-inducing desserts. Southern Sweets provides confections for many top-tier Atlant... read more
Upscale fish spot from chef Ford Fry raises the oyster to an art fo...
A-list personal celebrity Chef Art Smith's hotel restaurant in the ...
It's a raucous Italian party at No. 246 every night, but that's the...
Three meals plus take-out means you're never far from the Southern ...
Clandestine lounge in the heart of ATL's Midtown bar district. You ...