Haven Restaurant on Dresden Drive is the benchmark of great dining in the neighborhood, with a spectacular dinner menu, and a to-die-for brunch on weekends.
Big Pie in the Sky
Made-daily-from-scratch New York style dough is hand-tossed, topped with only the best ingredients, and cooked to pizza perfection on a stone deck oven.
It’s just like being in Paris. All that’s missing is the sound of an accordion being played by a mime.
Tucked away on Pharr road, you’ll find a little cafe that will be on your mind long after leaving. Everything from generations old meatloaf sandwiches, to a Milk & Cookies Pie and a whole menu dedicated to grilled cheese heaven. And it’s all made from scratch by Joy herself.
Where To Get Great Italian Food In The ATL
From classic Italian styled twirls of pasta with tomato and basil to alternatively composed recipes they all accomplish the same task…making us hungry for Italian food! Here’s an ode to our top 5 restaurants serving it up the right way.
Breakers Korean BBQ
The Korean BBQ scene is booming in Atlanta, but Breaker’s is really setting them ahead of the pack. Less than a year old, Breakers has already made a lasting impression in the Atlanta restaurant world.
Another Broken Egg Cafe
Breakfast with a little flavor from Cajun Country
Located off of Collier Road in Atlanta, Hankook specializes in Korean bbq tacos made fresh to order for a line that regularly extends out the front door.
Nikolai’s Roof serves up classy caviar and sure-fire martinis, but how about an outstanding rack of lamb, a delicious duck breast and the perfect steak. Located in Downtown Atlanta on the top of the Hilton hotel, Nikolai’s Roof provides a view like nothing else in the city.
Just a block away from the Georgia Aquarium and Philips Arena, you’ve got bourbon and bbq that has the whole city buzzing
Tin Lizzy’s Cantina
Tin Lizzy’s has taken traditional TexMex and upgraded the terminology to one that evokes more flair.
7 Suburban Seafood Finds
It’s the dog days of summer and we’re having vivid fantasies of sun, sand and plates of fresh seafood. This is where Atlanta Eats comes in- we’re pretending this land-locked city is a beach town and making our fantasies a reality with our seafood guide.