Who doesn’t love a great night out in Buckhead? Especially with an incredibly classy dining room, a spectacular patio that opens into the street, a fabulous bar with craft cocktails like the caipirinha and the finest cuts of meat you’ll ever find. Let’s hang at Chama Gaucha!
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.
Drift Fish House and Oyster Bar
With scrumptious seafood and killer cocktails, Drift Fish House and Oyster Bar is a can’t-miss dining destination for fresh ocean fare and an easy-breezy ambiance.
At No. 246 almost everything else is sourced locally, from the Georgia white shrimp to the Sweetgrass Dairy goat cheese and north Georgia trout.
With decor that’s reminiscent of the classic dining rooms of the 1920s, all that’s missing to make the place feel like burlesque Paris is a stage and Josephine Baker.
The Southern Gentleman
Chic New-American-meets-Southern restaurant with craft cocktails & locally sourced, seasonal food.
Father-son culinary stars behind 4th and Swift serve up daily oysters and a constantly evolving menu to explore new combinations of flavors.
Fumi Hibachi & Sushi Bar
Fumi is a restaurant that truly has it all: a gorgeous ambiance, the best quality foods you can find, great pricing, outdoor seating, an extensive bar with an impressive sake selection, private dining, an all-out sushi bar and hibachi for groups of any size.
Grindhouse Killer Burgers
Atlanta’s two Grindhouse Killer Burgers locations, in Sweet Auburn Curb Market and on Piedmont Road, serve burgers that are more than worth the price of admission.
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.
The building that used to house The Watershed in Decatur, which stood empty for months, is the new home of Chai Pani. Serving up a variety of mindblasting (their word) dishes, Meherwan and Molly Irani have brought Bombay street food to West Ponce.
It’s just like being in Paris. All that’s missing is the sound of an accordion being played by a mime.