Atlanta’s go-to spot for growlers, wine and homebrew kits.
The vibe at Barcelona is modern, it’s fast, it’s hip without being trendy, and it’s classic without making you feel like you’re in the dining car on the Orient Express.
Swallow at the Hollow
If there’s one thing the South does with more enthusiasm than anything else it’s probably barbecue. With eight good months a year for cooking out, and plenty of local farms to source hog from, we can cook a pig like you wouldn’t believe.
Kevin Rathbun’s fourth Atlanta restaurant is a fine addition to his eponymous Rathbun’s, Kevin Rathbun Steak, and Krog Bar.
The Iberian Pig
Edison bulbs, exposed brick walls, and a friendly staff. It’s everything a hip, new restaurant strives to have. The Iberian Pig, located in Decatur, offers this and much more.
Gio’s Chicken Amalfitano
The menu at Gio’s offers bold flavors showcasing their bone-in, moist, lemon infused chicken that is artfully used in a select array of dinner options.
Highland Bakery, with locations on the corner of Sampson and Highland in the Old Fourth Ward, and on the corner of 14th and Peachtree, is one of Atlanta’s favorite brunch spots.
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.
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.