Three decades strong, Bone’s remains the finest steakhouse in Atlanta. After an impeccably dressed host steers you through the grainy dimness of the dining room to your table, settle in for a timeless chophouse...

54 Perfect Day Trips from Atlanta

From surreal folk art environments to glitzy hotels, from secret gardens to town squares, here are our favorite quick escapes—all within 200 miles of Atlanta.

#12: One Eared Stag

Food writers are unfailingly enamored with chef-owner Robert Phalen’s ability to surprise with unorthodox unions of ingredients. (Our dining critic is still mooning over a brilliant plate of pan-fried dates with pine nuts, white...

#2: Cakes & Ale

Where does our dining critic eat most frequently whenoff the clock? Billy Allin’s buttery-lit boîte on the southeast corner of Decatur Square. No one vegetable-whispers like Allin, who accents the loveliest of-the-moment produce with...

#13: Rumi’s Kitchen

Buford Highway and Duluth hog the attention as the metro area’s hotbeds of global cuisines, but Sandy Springs warrants inclusion on the map. It’s home to a wealth of Persian restaurants, the crown jewel...
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#3: Restaurant Eugene

No other restaurant in town explores the relationship between Southern ingredients and the flavors of the world with more refinement and intellectual rigor. Chef de cuisine Jason Paolini oversees the kitchen of Gina and...

4th & Swift

On the brink of so much activity around the Old Fourth Ward–Inman Park neighborhoods—where Krog Street Market and Ponce City Market are both scheduled to open later this year, bringing a major influx of...

Cooks & Soldiers

The latest from sibling owners Stephanie and Federico Castellucci (Iberian Pig, Double Zero Napoletana, Sugo) is their finest effort yet.

Greenwood’s on Green Street

The exceptional down-home food served at this funky Roswell bungalow belies Bill Greenwood’s classical culinary training in the hotel system. If you engage him in a conversation about his cooking, Greenwood is much more...

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