This spin-off food truck of Dennis Dean Catering serves a fusion it describes as SoLa cuisine, “a little bit South American, a little bit Latin American, a little deep South.”
Kurt’s is a solid, old-fashioned restaurant with a touch of German accent and a beer garden on premises.
Early on, this one looks like a coup for OTP dining. Doug Turbush left his position at Buckhead’s fusion-themed Bluepointe to launch a place in his own hood with a menu reflecting global influences.
Find a hundred variations of the chicken cutlet (French, Chinese, Indian, Mexican, American, Italian, and a build-your-own option) through varying seasonings, spreads, toppings, and bread at this counter-service schnitzel spot.
Jiyeon Lee and Cody Taylor have followed their success with tiny Heirloom Market BBQ (which we named the best barbecue in Atlanta last year) by opening a restaurant that bills itself as a “Korean Southern diner.”
Sleek design, global-minded small plates, and serious cocktails unite at the sister establishment of Midtown’s Top Flr. While the DJ spins, order from the excellent drink list and munch on Belgian-style frites.
At last, a small, romantic, and stylish restaurant you can afford. The sensibility is more indie than mainstream, but from the service to the menu and the punchy wine list, everything feels professional.