Owners Caleb Wheelus and Ian Jones opened a second location of their sandwich shop–tavern hybrid in a refurbished building around the corner from Decatur Square.
This Victory Sandwich Bar location flaunts the same youthful vigor as the original—minimalist decor, creative sandwiches sized as bar snacks, late hours, and a sleek, inviting patio.
The most ambitious wine bar to open inside the Perimeter since Kevin Rathbun’s Krog Bar in 2005, Buckhead’s Vine & Tap approaches vino in a couple of surprising ways.
The citizens of Woodstock scored when Vingenzo’s opened and culinary instructor Michael Bologna began baking Neapolitan-style pizzas that display genuine craft. You’ll also find homemade pastas and desserts.
The iconic yellow signs are a beacon for Southerners: Stop for a pecan waffle, a cup of coffee, and a side of hash browns scattered and smothered.
New American and European influences now thread through the menu, but executive chef Joe Truex is at his best when he draws from his Louisiana upbringing, which particularly shines through in his jambalaya.
After bakery-cafe Swit failed to find an audience, owner Diana Stawnyczy changed the name, extended the hours, and moved from baked goods to bistro fare that cannily mixes in Eastern and Western European ideas.
This Downtowner doesn’t offer regional dishes so much as Southern sides and sauces arranged around familiar proteins in busy but harmonized ways, a particularly successful approach with entrees like duck breast with redeye ham gravy.
Kevin Gillespie made a star turn on Top Chef, but the boon for Atlantans is that his food is way more thrilling to eat than to watch on TV. Expect dishes wrought with equal parts intelligence and soulfulness.
The food at Bob and Kristine Sandage’s handsome subterranean tavern (which brews its own beer) has improved radically since the arrival of chef Terry Koval in August 2012.
This second location to the Westside original uses a healthy approach to take the guilt out of America’s most iconic sandwich. The bison and turkey burgers trump the other options.