Tucked away in the Inman Park neighborhood is this Italian gem. Perfect for a romantic night on the town or a mid-week meal with friends, you’ll find homemade pasta and oh so much more!
Ink & Elm
It;s the neighborhood gem that everyone’s talking about! Next to Emory there’s a restaurant that offers something for everyone. Whether you want a perfectly pulled espresso at 9 AM, an after work glass or bourbon, or a wild mushroom bread pudding to impress your date with, Ink & Elm will be there for you.
Rays at Killer Creek
Just off of Mansell Road in Alpharetta is a restaurant that feels like it’s straight out of Buckhead; massive steaks, fresh seafood and a bar that’s always full of energy. This is a name you already know, and a restaurant you’ll love; This is Ray’s at Killer Creek.
Greater Good BBQ
Platters of smoked ribs, potato skins piled high with pimento cheese and pulled pork, and probably the best collard greens you’ve ever had. We’re talking Greater Good BBQ.
Kozmo Gastro Pub
In an area drowning in chain restaurants, John’s Creek was ready for something different. In comes Kozmo Gastro Pub. A fabulous bar program, high end food and a super casual, yet super chic atmosphere all come together to make this an incredible find. Kozmo’s owner calls it an ‘oasis’, and we could’t agree more.
Sprig is, as the Web site proclaims, “a community centered restaurant” serving Southern comfort food, made with locally sourced ingredients.
There are some places that are worthing going out of your way for. With The Pecan, Chef Tony Morrow is bringing his big time ideas to the small town of College Park. From the fantastic crab cakes to the decadent rack of lamb to the house made desserts, this is sophisticated comfort food at it’s best.
After a trip to Italy, Ryan Pernice decided to bring a taste of Rome to Canton Street. From pizza on the patio to delicate pasta paired with the perfect glass of wine, you’ll be transported to the Mediterranean immediately.