10. LanZhou Ramen
It’s not in every city that you can find Lanzhou-style, hand-pulled noodles, which are nothing short of an art form.
Co-owners and siblings Ryan and Daniel Pernice imbue the cozy restaurant, housed in a bungalow in historic Roswell, with a familial vibe that feels as genuinely Italian as the menu’s Roman staples.
El Rey del Taco
El Rey del Taco means “the king of the taco,” and it lives up to its name.
Nina & Rafi
At Nina & Rafi, Anthony Spina’s Detroit pie (thick and square but light and airy) and his Super Margherita (a classic round) are meant to grab the spotlight.
Watchman’s Seafood and Spirits
Gracefully situated in the southwest corner of Krog Street Market, Watchman’s is the lighthearted and breezy yang to Kimball House’s dark and moody yin.
The White Bull
It takes balls—and a stiff drink—to attempt to tell stories with food the way Hemingway did with a typewriter. Chef Pat Pascarella and beverage director Matt Scott go for it at the White Bull on Decatur Square.
Woo Nam Jeong (Stone Bowl House)
From the moment the owner introduces herself as “Grandma,” you know Woo Nam Jeong is a special place.
Root Baking Co.
It’s our favorite place to eat at Ponce City Market—morning, noon, or night.