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.”
One of Atlanta’s best-known patios. This truly eccentric spot offers mostly vegetarian cuisine and a kitschy atmosphere.
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.
There is nothing quiet about this genre-defying blockbuster, the sister restaurant of Twist.
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.