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Cold Beer, Kevin Gillespie’s new BeltLine-adjacent restaurant in the shadow of the Edgewood Avenue bridge, makes a powerful statement about the BeltLine and its maturation. It is a restaurant that deserves your support—as long as you’re willing to be patient while it pursues its aspirations.
When Todd Ginsberg of General Muir, one of the best chefs in Atlanta, turns his attention to barbecue and opens a restaurant in Summerhill, sparks will fly. With Wood’s Chapel BBQ, he takes an old-fashioned concept and makes it stunning and modern in a way that respects its integrity.
Little Rey is Ford Fry’s 16th restaurant in his empire. Simpler than Superica and the El Felix, his other Tex-Mex blockbusters, this fast-casual spot primarily serves wood-roasted chicken, tacos, and margaritas on tap.
To think of Cardinal as a mere speakeasy doesn’t do justice to its extraordinary whimsy. With CBD juice drinks, low-ABV cocktails, and a snacky bar menu, Cardinal is a free-spirited space at The Beacon.
Back in the early 2000s, Atlanta had meager options for brunch. Now we have Pancake Social, which slings bougie brunch options such as avocado toast with soft-cooked egg and a Dutch baby pancake with apple and Gruyère—not just at weekend brunch but all day every day.
The Ponce de Leon Avenue den of cool never stopped being revolutionary. 8Arm's new chef, Maricela Vega, has made it even more deliciously subversive.
Located in the slick Modera complex, District M was a smart move by chef Jackie Chang, who previously worked at high-style, minimalist Umi in Buckhead and dramatic, crowd-pleasing O-Ku on the Westside.
Lazy Betty specializes in the thrill of high-end sensory delights—at an equally high price tag.
Given the dearth of decent dining options at Atlantic Station, Gyu-Kaku stands out from the other chains. It’s your best bet for a pre-movie steak and beer.
O4W Pizza owner Anthony Spina has returned to Atlanta with a new concept: Nina & Rafi. Atlantans had been eagerly anticipating the Grandma Pie’s homecoming, but it isn't on Nina & Rafi’s menu. Could his Detroit Red Top possibly live up to grandma’s hype?