This splashy, Spanish-inspired concept in Inman Park offers Tempranillo varietals and a great selection of sherries to imbibe while snacking on cured meats and cheeses.
Baton is the antidote to foodie ennui. This near-monthly supper club recruits chefs from outside-the-box restaurants in other cities to cook reasonably priced, multicourse meals for two nights at Gato Bizco Cafe in Candler Park.
The name may conjure quintessentially American backyard grills, but this neon-bright joint is the first area franchise of a Korean chain specializing in olive oil–fried chicken.
Matt Hinton makes a Mission-style burrito that is one of the best east of San Francisco.
During weekday lunch, “Eli Pita” Kikov and his wife serve plush pocket breads and Israeli specialties out of their commercial bakery’s modest storefront off Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. The falafel alone is worth the trek.
For nearly three years, Christina and Zach Meloy (who met in Costa Rica, Christina’s home country) served weekly dinners at their PushStart Kitchen supper club, first out of a basement studio in the Goat Farm Arts Center and then out of their own loft.
After many construction and permitting delays, Decatur’s beloved progressive Indian restaurant finally launched its second location in spring 2013 in Buckhead’s Shops Around Lenox, near Lululemon Athletica.
Most metro-area Indian restaurants that offer honed, regional cooking tend to be vegetarian, but New Delhi native Archna Becker and her family serve meat dishes made with extra attention.
The Buckhead Life Restaurant Group’s local venture takes its inspiration more from Parisian brasseries than bistros. The open dining room and buttery lighting inspire French joie de vivre.
Offering a smart mix of New American favorites and imaginative, urbane dishes, Bistro VG is still one of the fine-dining bright spots in the northern suburbs.
The crisp, modern interior sets BLT Steak apart from clubby steakhouses such as Bone’s and Chops, but the kitchen’s prowess also gives those old-liners some meaty competition.
A perennial Buckhead power spot, whose timber and stone interior evokes a mountain lodge, from the owners of Bone’s.
The Westside’s most neighborly restaurant, featuring stellar seasonal small plates, a smart cocktail program, and a cult-status double patty burger.