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A-list personal celebrity Chef Art Smith's hotel restaurant in the swish InterContinental Buckhead lays on the down-home charm with Southern favorites. Old-school dishes include the vintage pie tab... read more
Three meals plus take-out means you're never far from the Southern comfort you so crave. Executive chef Ryan Smith trained at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, and his refin... read more
Former Food 101 locale registers under a different identity with new hardwoods to boot. It’s named after one of Jerry Garcia’s guitars, but don’t expect culinary Bohemia. Menu ret... read more
Nearly a century after the Georgian Terrace Hotel opened, an anchor restaurant emerged with contemporary Southern haute. Chandeliers drip with crystal, ornate iron rail runs along the second level,... read more
Executive chef Ford Fry puts a Southern-centric spin on the French bistro. Servers, feet tapping on hardwoods, scurry about with armloads of shrimp and grits, pork tenderloin and Springer Mountain ... read more
Chef Linton Hopkins and wife Gina oversee this foodie haven where dishes like seared Hawaiian big eyed tuna and rack of lamb share space with regional staples like scratch-made fried pies and pimen... 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
No first generation Southerner would believe that grits had the ability to go gourmet, but SCK is in fact offering them up with a fashionable flare and diners are coming in droves. With an immacula... read more
The flagship location of this local chain still draws throngs of funky intowners with crunchy granola entrees, all-day breakfast and an ace bakery. Guests with forks in hand dig liberally into hunk... 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
Originally a deli in 1922, it holds the title as the city’s oldest continuously-licensed tavern. Today, you’ll find frosty pints and pub grub staples like the trademark Bruno Burger on ... read more
For more than a half century, this down-home spot has been scooping Southern comforts in cafeteria style for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Both blue and white collars line up, grab trays and utensil... read more
From bambinos to blue hairs, the clientele at Mary Mac’s share an affinity for traditional Southern grub. And it’s remained a Ponce landmark and don’t-miss tourist destination sin... 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 ...