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The Hungry Games

Atlanta is lucky to be the home of many mixed-entertainment destinations. Bowling, golf, and vintage arcade games are great, but don’t skimp on the menu at these eating and entertainment powerhouses. As the holiday season approaches, keep these fun and flavorful spots in mind when family comes to town. Turn your night out into a unique dining experience filled with games and grub!

Top Golf


We’re not golf experts, but we know good food and the Top Golf menu is a hole in one! The entire venue is gorgeous and the food reflects the image of innovation and modernity that has been cultivated since it’s inception. In between turns, take a bite of some of the craziest and most flavorful bar bites available! To start, we recommend the Craft Beer Queso. The combination of cheeses, the mustard and garlic, and the slight tang of a well brewed beer creates a unique take on this pub classic. Next up? A Top Golf invention, Mushi. Burritos served sushi style with spicy chicken, savory beans, and flavorful rice all wrapped up in a jalapeño tortilla and cut into hand rolls? Sounds too good to be true. Pace yourself because the fun doesn’t stop until after dessert. End your night of eating and entertainment with the “Injectable Donut Holes”, 24 cinnamon and sugar coated dough bites served with self- injectable fillings (chocolate, raspberry jelly, and Bavarian cream) in oversized syringes. Sounds like one hell of a “Sunday Funday” to us!


The Painted Pin

This is not your mama’s bowling alley! The Painted Pin exploded onto the scene and quickly became an Atlanta date-night spot. The Painted Pin created a delicious and chic menu to satiate customers in between their turns. The roasted corn appetizer is executed to perfection and topped with a custom blend of seasonings and cheeses that truly makes them irresistible. The popcorn, Asian inspired edamame, and ranch and cheddar dusted pork rinds are all dangerously addictive. You have been warned! Keep some room to spare (get it?) because the house made chocolate chip sandwiches are to die for. Work off some of those calories on the dance floor, playing bocce ball, or playing life size Jenga! Relive your childhood and grab a lane at The Painted Pin.



Located on the Westside, Ormsby’s has become a favorite late night spot for all. They may have bocce, photo booths, skee-ball, and karaoke downstairs, but all the action is upstairs. Executive Chef Scotley Innis has created an extensive and upscale bar menu to satisfy any appetite. The braised short rib on a pretzel bun is easily one of the best sandwiches in the city. The smell is intoxicating and the meat is melt-in-your-mouth tender. For a lighter take, the mushroom ragout pasta with spring peas and white wine is sure to please. So often vegetarians are overlooked when it comes to pub grub, but this dish is filling, savory, and delicious. For a more traditional take on tavern fare, the fritters, rings, and fries come with some inspired sauces. Pot roast gravy, pimento cheese fondue, and sriracha mayo are the perfect addition to these classic apps. No matter the hour, occasion, or appetite; Ormsby’s has something for everyone!


Midtown Bowl

“An Atlanta Tradition since 1960”, Midtown Bowl transports us to simpler times. In a generation obsessed with technology, it is truly refreshing to put the phone down and just relax with good friends and food. Open late and without lane reservation, Midtown Bowl knows how to keep you satisfied in between strikes. Our recommendation? 3 different types of salty snacks all focusing on the holy grail of carbohydrates; the almighty potato. The homemade chips are fried to order and oh so flavorful, hot, and crispy. Want something a little heartier? The hand-cut potato skins are loaded with all of fixin’s. The sweet potato fries are unlike anything you find at a retro-chic bowling alley. The sweet potatoes themselves are piping hot and mouthwatering, but when they cover the fries in marshmallow fluff Midtown Bowl really takes it to the next level. You can have a thanksgiving flashback any time of year!

Midtown Bowl

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Best Thing We Ate Last Week


You could say it’s always a feeding frenzy at Atlanta Eats’ HQ, but to us it’s just another hard day’s work. We’re sharing the best things we ate last week to give you some food inspiration for the week ahead. Check out AtlantaEatsTv on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter for a constant stream of pictures if this doesn’t quite cure your food porn fix…

The Atlanta Eats team took a trip to Highlands, NC at Old Edwards Inn… and let’s just say we never went hungry…

Fig & Pig Pizza from Mountain Fresh Grocery

This grocery store pizza was characteristically named for its fig and prosciutto accoutrements. We have to document its existence since it was devoured promptly after snapping this picture.

Mountain Fresh Pizza

Grilled Chicken Torta from Madison’s at Old Edwards Inn

That mountain air made us all crave a hearty lunch and this grilled chicken torta took the hot spot at our table! The healthy grilled chicken was disguised with the additions of melted cheddar cheese and guacamole on a warmed homemade roll.


Tahitian Vanilla Ice Cream Sandwich at Cyprus International Cuisine

Need we say more? Vanilla “upped its game” and was the showstopper of our fabulous Cyprus meal. It’s worth making the 2-hour drive from Atlanta to this quaint mountain destination for this sandwich alone.

Tahitian Vanilla Sandwich

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Atlanta Restaurants Open On Thanksgiving Day

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Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday to some. They look forward to the feast and family gathering all year long, but one thing they could do without is the mass of dirty hand-wash only China dishes afterwards! Even a paper plate substitution does not discourage the post food-frenzy mess. Don’t worry about ANY of these inconveniences this year; make a reservation for Thanksgiving brunch, lunch or dinner! These Atlanta restaurants are giving you the 5 star experience without any of the mess or stress. Get a table before the rest of the city beats you to it! (Reservations required!)

1. Buca di Beppo

Thanksgiving hours: 11 a.m.- 10 p.m.

What makes us excited: They’re serving their classic Italian menu alongside American Thanksgiving favorites!

Buca Thanksgiving

2. Chequers Seafood + Steak

Thanksgiving hours: 11 a.m.- 7 p.m.

What makes us excited: Their special 3-course prix-fixe Thanksgiving menu is only $35 for adults and $18 for kids 12 & under!

3. Cibo E Beve

Thanksgiving hours: 12 p.m.– 6 p.m.

What makes us excited: They’re serving classic American Thanksgiving fare, but if you’re willing to forego the turkey, they offer Balsamic braised short rib with garlic and Parmesan whipped potatoes and green beans!

4. Cook Hall

Thanksgiving hours: 9 a.m.- 11 p.m.

What makes us excited: Chef’s Special prix-fixe dinner for $32 per person & a children’s version of the holiday special will also be available for children under 12 for $12 per person! Did we mention pumpkin crème brulee?

5. Davio’s

Thanksgiving Hours: 11:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

What makes us excited: Davio’s is serving their regular menu alongside a Thanksgiving selection! They’re even offering a “Tomorrow’s Leftovers” turkey sandwich with Oven Roasted Turkey, Stuffing, Cranberry Apple Chutney, Gravy

Davios Thanksgiving

6. Legal Sea Foods

Thanksgiving hours: 12 p.m.- 9 p.m.

What makes us excited: They’re serving everything from stuffed turkey to stuffed lobster!

7. Oak Steakhouse

Thanksgiving hours: 12 p.m.- 8p.m.

What makes us excited: 3 course Thanksgiving dinner for $49!

8. Ruth Chris

Thanksgiving hours: 12 p.m.- 11 p.m.

What makes us excited: Choose between Ruth Chris’ award winning dinner menu and a prix-fixe Thanksgiving selection! 

9. Seasons 52

Thanksgiving hours: 11:30 a.m.- 8 p.m.

What makes us excited: Season’s 52 goes all out for Thanksgiving- a pumpkin pisco sour made with organic pumpkin vodka is even on the menu! 

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10. South City Kitchen

Thanksgiving hours: 11:30 a.m.- 7:30 p.m.

What makes us excited: South City Kitchen is serving a 3-course Southern-style spread for only $45 for adults and $22.50 for children under 12. Some menu stand outs are their fried green tomatoes with goat cheese, seared salmon pumpkin risotto and southern chocolate pecan pie.

11. The Capital Grille

Thanksgiving hours: 11 a.m.- 9 p.m.

What makes us excited: They’re serving up classic Thanksgiving menu of slow roasted turkey with brioche stuffing, French green beans, and mashed potatoes with pumpkin cheesecake for dessert for only $36!

12. The Palm

Thanksgiving hours: Breakfast from 6:30 a.m.- 10:30 a.m. and lunch and dinner from 12 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.

What makes us excited: Everything you could ever want in a Thanksgiving meal, plus a regular menu of options!

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13. The Sun Dial

Thanksgiving hours: 6 p.m.- 10 p.m.

What makes us excited: Besides the upgraded Thanksgiving staples, the Cranberry Brie En Croute (aka French-style brie wrapped in puff pastry with cranberry-orange preserves and finished with almonds and rosemary oil) sounds pretty phenomenal…

14. Trace 

Thanksgiving hours: 5 p.m.- 10 p.m.

What makes us excited: 3 words…Pimento Mac n’ Cheese!!!

If you’d rather eat a gourmet Thanksgiving day meal from the comforts of your own home, check out more of our restaurant suggestions here!

9 Places To Get Thanksgiving To-Go

Somehow we’re back at the calm before the storm of holiday season- just a week out from Thanksgiving! The year has breezed by and suppressed memories of seasonal cooking are now wafting back from behind subconscious. Remember the experimental fried turkey nearly putting you in the hospital? Or grandma’s giblet gravy making your stomach churn for weeks after tasting? Were you granted the tedious task of cooking the entire Thanksgiving dinner and spent close to 24 consecutive hours in the kitchen? Enough is enough! Restaurateurs around Atlanta have heard your cries and are here to save the day. Order your FULL THANKSGIVING MEAL to-go from any of these 9 fabulous gems and leave the cooking to the pros.

1. DBA Barbecue

DUE DATE 11/23

DETAILS (via Tori Allen PR) For $174.99, guests will get an oven-ready smoked turkey, sweet cornbread dressing, classic mashed potatoes, sweet potato souffle, green bean casserole, cranberry relish and turkey gravy. The meal feeds 6-8. Just need a turkey? Get a 13 lb bird for $69.99. Orders must be placed by Monday, November 23 at 5pm.

2. Hammock’s Trading Company

DUE DATE 11/19


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3. Fox Bros. BBQ

DUE DATE 11/22

DETAILS Thanksgiving is a time to eat too much and spend time with your nearest and dearest. Don’t waste it by spending all day in the kitchen – let Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q do all the hard work! Fox Bros. is now taking pre-orders for smoked ham and turkey to complete your Thanksgiving feast. Smoked hams are $60, while a 10 – 14 lb. turkey with gravy will cost $75. Order by November 22 by calling 404.414.0826. For more details, visit

4. PeachDish

DUE DATE 11/21

DETAILS Choose between an 8 lb cider cured ham or an 8 lb brined turkey + holiday sides for 4. Side dishes include roasted vegetables, creamed Brussels sprouts with mustard and shallots, candied sweet potatoes, pecan and apple dressing and cream biscuits.

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5. Ocean Market

DUE DATE 11/23

DETAILS Four-course Thanksgiving dinner to-go menu for parties of four, eight and 12 starting at $134. Taking orders now through Monday November 23, 2015 at 12 p.m., the easy-to-prepare Thanksgiving meals will be available for pick-up at Ocean Market on Wednesday, November 25, 2015 before 3 p.m. Orders can be placed in-person at Ocean Market or by calling 404-665-1495.

Ocean Market- pumpkin Coconut soup


DUE DATE 11/19


7. Murphy’s

DUE DATE 11/20

DETAILS (Via 360 Media, Inc.) This Thanksgiving, Murphy’s will offer a four course meal featuring flavorful dishes made from locally-sourced ingredients ready to reheat and serve. Enjoy butternut squash soup, mixed green salad with a champagne vinaigrette, turkey, maple glazed sweet potatoes, green beans, herbed cornbread stuffing, cranberry orange chutney and your choice of pumpkin pie, Murphy’s tollhouse pie, pecan or apple pie.  The to-go meals are $135 and feed four. Special wine packages are also available to pair with meals. You can order a la carte online!

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8. Smoke Ring

DUE DATE 11/22



9. Vine and Tap

DUE DATE: 11/20

DETAILS: For only $25 per person, guests will enjoy an organic turkey breast brined and slow roasted with herbs plus cranberry sauce, turkey gravy and yeast rolls. A la carte sides include green bean casserole, sweet potato puree, macaroni and cheese, dressing aka stuffing and apple sauce for $3 each. Need something sweet? Enjoy a pumpkin pie for $14 per person.

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Atlanta’s Top Pot Pies


Nothing says comfort food better than a home-style pot pie. The protein is tender, the middle is piping hot and filled with crisp veggies and cream, and lets not even get started on the buttery, flaky, indulgent crust. This winter, it is time to cuddle up with some serious comfort food. Pick up a pot pie for the holidays or just a cold night in. Versatile, portable, and delicious; pot pies are an Atlanta Eats favorite. As southerners, we know a good pot pie when we taste it and have compiled a list of Atlanta’s best:

1. Paul’s Pot Pies

A Marietta square staple for over 20 years, Paul’s Pot Pies knows exactly what they are doing. Besides the classic chicken and vegetarian pot pies, Paul’s offers an eclectic menu executed to perfection. Customers can choose from jambalaya, Italian sausage, curry, beef stroganoff, and even a seafood chowder filled pie! Paul’s offers an incredible to-go service and has served over 500,000 pot pies to the lucky folks of Marietta. As a crust connoisseur myself, Paul’s signature flaky and sinful crust is the perfect holiday treat.

pauls pot pie

Photo credit: Spravka Imaging

2. Panbury’s Double Crust Pies

Although Panbury’s is technically not a pot pie by design, they are still cranking out all of the elements of classic cold-weather comfort. Located in Sweet Auburn Market with a new location opening up in Peachtree Center, Panbury’s has quickly become a favorite in the Atlanta area. Their signature Steak and Stout pie is the best seller and for a good reason. This pie is double crusted and stuffed with a savory and aromatic filling. We are so excited for Panbury’s new location and for being our honorary pot pie purveyors!


3. Star Provisions

Star Provisions, located in on the Westside, is one of the best market concepts to come out of our city in years. All of their meats are fresh, their cheeses are creamy, and the pre-made meals are so delicious and convenient as well. With a seasonal menu that changes constantly, Star Provisions is always trying something new! Served “pop tart style”, this pie is one of the richest and mouthwatering dishes they have to offer. When the leaves fall off of the trees and a slight chill is in the air, it’s a tell-tale sign that SP will begin to include their meat pie to their menu and we could not be more excited!

Star Provisions Meat Pie 2015

4. OK Café

OK café is an Atlanta icon and it seems as though all of their food transcends time. My father grew up eating the same delicious southern delicacies that I have and that is truly unique. OK Café is known for many dishes, one of which is their creamy chicken pot pie! The filling is buttery and smooth and filled with huge chunks of chicken and fresh vegetables. The crust is a perfect puff pastry square with the signature OK on top. I am so thrilled to include OK Café on this list and welcome them back after their long-awaited hiatus!


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Big Night Out Giveaway!

Atlanta Eats wants YOU to have a “Big Night Out” this holiday season! Enter to win an ultimate Atlanta experience. Relax at Blue Divine Spa, enjoy dinner for 4 at The Palm, limousine service via Hennessy Limo and stay a night in the Westin Hotel Buckhead. Brought to you by your friends at Jack Daniels. Atlanta Eats premieres a “Big Night Out” Primetime TV special Saturday, December 5th on CBS- go ahead and set your DVR!


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Fred’s Meat and Bread

Located in Krog Street Market, Fred’s Meat and Bread is everything that there is to love about food. Fred’s has the charm and flare of an old school soda shop with a pull up counter serving up some of Atlanta’s best comfort classics. Chef Todd Ginsberg of The General Muir, Yalla, and West Egg channeled his own childhood when coming up with the menu. The menu-board is both eclectic and drool-worthy. Fred’s has everything from Korean fried chicken sandwiches to Oyster Po Boys. Don’t forget to grab a side of hand-cut fries and a vintage soda to wash it all down!

Hal’s on Old Ivy

Hal’s on Old Ivy in Buckhead is the James Bond of steak houses. Sean Connery as Bond, not Roger Moore. It’s exclusive without being snobbish, classy without being aloof. It’s the kind of place that Don Draper would have taken late-night meetings before not going home to Betsy. Diners should know that the downstairs bar area at Hal’s allows smoking — there’s an upstairs bar that’s smoke-free, and the dining areas are smoke-free, too.

A wonderful mixture of Gatsby style and southern charm, Hals is one of the most welcoming restaurants you’ll find in Atlanta. If you come for the atmosphere, you’ll stick around for the food: from award-winning steak, to soups, salads, and classic pasta dishes. Kevin Rathbun has second mortgage dishes, Hal’s has dishes you’ll give up your children for.

What you’ll hear from just about everyone who’s been to Hal’s is that the service is exactly where you want it to be. Not too much, not too little. Your water glass won’t get empty, but you’ll never feel like your server is looming over you.

Breakers Korean BBQ

The Korean BBQ scene is booming in Atlanta, but Breaker’s is really setting them ahead of the pack. The restaurant has adapted technology so the interactions between the waiters and patrons happen at the push of a button. We were salivating at the parade of marinated short ribs, fresh seafood, and indulgent pork belly coming from the kitchen. The side dishes are just as jaw dropping as the proteins; your meal comes with homemade kimchi, rice paper and radish wrappers, soup, salad, and fresh vegetables too! Less than a year old, Breakers has already made a lasting impression in the Atlanta restaurant world.

Twin Smokers

There’s so much happening in downtown Atlanta! Just a block away from the Georgia Aquarium and Philips Arena, you’ve got bourbon and bbq that has the whole city buzzing. The beautiful thing is, they’ve got 9 menu items that are as close to perfection as you can get. True, they run out of meat most nights, but hey, tomorrow you gotta get her earlier. Let’s hang, at Twin Smoker’s BBQ!

Another Broken Egg Cafe

Established in 1996, Another Broken Egg isn’t your typical breakfast, brunch and lunch place. Our menu is second-to-none, loaded with fresh ingredients and creative recipes across a wide variety of breakfast classics, memorable brunch dishes and lunchtime favorites. And each location is designed to feel like a casual getaway with a generous side of family, friends and friendly service. Much of their success can be linked to the philosophy that “Nothing Short of Right is Right.” Each restaurant is managed by hands-on owners who believe that every detail is important to make the customer happy. So from the time you enter the front door to the time you leave the Cafe, you should feel like you’re on a relaxing vacation and as comfortable as you would be in your own home.


Goin’ Coastal

If there’s one minus point to be made about Atlanta’s dining, it’s that we’re far enough away from the coast that fresh-off-the-boat seafood is something we just don’t have access to. We do have the next best thing, though, and Goin’ Coastal is one – actually, it’s two – of the premier seafood restaurants in the metro area.
With locations in Virginia-Highland, and in a historic neighborhood in downtown Canton, Goin’ Coastal hauls in influences from all over the world for its menu. Whether it’s a Low-Country Shrimp Boil or Jumbo Lump Crab Salad or Tuna Poke, Goin’ Coastal treats regional cuisines with reverence and celebrates the flavors and styles that can be found in the Carolinas, the Gulf coast, or Hawaii.


Right next door to Fred’s Meat & Bread lies a colorful Mediterranean restaurant serving up hearty favorites. Owner and head chef, Todd Ginsberg uses classic spices and cooking methods for the perfect shwarma. He stuffs shwarma (marinated chicken on a spicket) and/or falafel into bowls with an array of toppings like Israeli tabouli and hummus. Yalla is also famous for their laffa wraps which are equivalent to an 18″ tortilla! Pile on the shwarma, falafel and toppings and add one of their signature low- sugar sodas for the complete Mediterranean meal.

Nuevo Laredo

On the west side of Atlanta there’s a restaurant that’s been open for more than 20 years. In an industry where keeping your doors open for a decade is considered successful, doubling that number is no small feat.

Chance Evans started a restaurant called U.S. Bar Y Grill back in the 80s. Chance sold Bar y Geill and took an extended vacation in Mexico. When he came back, in 1992, he opened Nuevo Laredo Cantina. Chance can’t have expected the wild success that accompanied the new restaurant, because it won Atlanta Magazine’s Best of Atlanta before the end of its second year, and in every one of the 19 years since then it’s won Zagat’s Award of Distinction.

Serving up classic Mexican dishes, Nuevo Laredo wows diners with guacamole, enchiladas, fajitas, quesadillas, and everything you could possibly want in, on, or near a tortilla.


Bright, boisterous, and filled with laughter. That’s Kiosco, an authentic Columbian kitchen located in Marietta’s historic town center. This place is just like abuela’s kitchen; loud, intimate, and filled with the scents and flavors of bona fide Columbian cuisine.

From arepas to plantains, tamales to paella, Kiosco’s menu is stacked with Columbian dishes that you just don’t see every day. Owner Eddie Burmudez, a native Columbia and food aficionado, makes sure that each dish is prepared in a way that would make his grandmother proud. He also makes sure that each and every guest feels like family.

And, from what his customers are saying, he does a spectacular job at both.

Kiosco takes the fresh flavors of Columbia, throws in a bit of family, and serves it all in an energetic environment, rich with Latin culture and tradition. Including the afternoon siesta

Tuk Tuk Thai Food Loft

Where Midtown meets Buckhead you’ll find a taste of Thailand’s celebrated street food. When DeeDee Niyomkul opened Tuk Tuk a few years ago, there were plenty of restaurants in Atlanta serving up Thai food. But they usually served a very specific, and sanitized version of the food she really loved. Thailand has a rich culture of street food. The fresh, quick and filling street food served to the workers and players of Bangkok is a tasty treat that not many in Atlanta have had the pleasure to enjoy.

Situated on the third floor of the Brookwood Plaza, the first thing that will greet you is the namesake; the ubiquitous tuk tuks that fill the streets of Bangkok. The second thing you’ll notice is the view. Windows face downtown and at night the light sparkles like your eyes when you finally see the cuisine that Tuk Tuk has to offer. Small plates to noodle dishes to perfectly crafted Thai specialties rule the roost. But, don’t overlook the beverages. The Thai Tea is almost too pretty to drink…almost.

We suggest ordering several plates and share with the table. The staff will gladly guide you through the unfamiliar dishes. But don’t eat too much that you can’t have dessert. Shaved ice comes straight from a small cart and is topped with anything from condensed milk to fruity syrups. An exotic little snow cone that will have you grinning like a child.

Stone Soup Kitchen

The stone soup folktale is about travelers who trick villagers into giving them ingredients for soup. They claim to be making a delicious soup made of water and rocks that just needs a cople more ingredients to be perfect. That doesn’t happen here. There are no tricks, only treat after delectable treat at this Grant Park breakfast nook.
Almost hidden on a side street near Oakland Cemetery, Stone Soup Kitchen has been serving locals in Grant Park and nearby Cabbagetown since 2005. Like most neighborhood diners, there isn’t a huge amount of room to move, but that’s okay, once you’re seated you won’t want to move at all. And after you eat you may not be able to.

Brick Store Pub

The Brick Store Pub in Decatur is a legend. Since 1997 the Decatur pub has been the go-to tavern for anyone who loves beer that would never ever under any circumstances be followed by the word Lite.
Founded by three friends from Athens, the bar stocks fine craft beers from the U.S., and imported beers from England and Germany. In 2004, it began to import high gravity (over 6% A.B.V) beers from Belgium and created the Belgian Room in its upstairs space.
Here you’ll find no big screen TVs or neon signs on the wall telling you which beer to buy. What you get is a friendly atmosphere, knowledgeable staff, and the potential for some really great afternoons and evenings in one of Atlanta’s most welcoming neighborhoods.
But that’s not the whole story. In addition to some of the best beer you’ll find anywhere, The Brick Store serves up classic pub grub, globally inspired with a Southern influence.

Goldberg’s Deli

There are some things that transcend Atlanta’s fabled brunch culture. Beyond the deviled eggs and the skillet scrambles, beyond the 45 minute waits to be seated when all you want is something to much on the go, is something much simpler: bagels. Bagels and lox. Bagels and cream cheese. Bagels and egg and cheese and bacon and sausage and…an endless list of fillings, toppings, schmears, and salads.

And the place to find them in Atlanta is Goldberg’s Deli.

But bagels isn’t all that Goldberg’s does: you can get all your New York-style deli food here, so whether you’re looking for a pastrami sandwich, matzoh ball soup, chopped liver salad, or one of the city’s best Reubens, one of Goldberg’s five locations has you covered.

In addition to the store next to OK Cafe, you can find a Goldberg’s in Marietta, Peachtree Street & 12th, Roswell Road just north of Buckhead, on Chamblee Dunwoody at I-285, and in Toco Hills.

There, an Eatery

Sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name. It’s true, sometimes you just wanna. In Buckhead, finding that neighborhood hole on the wall can feel like a hopeless quest. But travel a couple of miles north to Brookhaven’s There and you’ll find what you’ve been looking for.

If you like to stop for a quick drink with friends after work, this is the place. If you like to grab a quick bite for lunch, this is the place. If you want to drop your husband off some place so you can go shopping at Marshalls (directly opposite) without having to listen to him complaining the whole time…this is the place for you.

Atlanta has a few truly great gastro pubs where as much attention is paid to the food as the beer, and There is one of the best — in fact it just got an honorable mention in the Best Hole in the Wall category in Jezebel Magazine’s best of Atlanta.

And it’s not just the extensive collection of great craft beers, including the entire Monday Night Brewing menu, that makes this a perfect place to while away a few hours. From cajun approved etouffe to a bison burger that many believe is the best in the city, and locally sourced vegetables that come from There’s own garden a quarter acre away from the restaurant, There’s menu is as farm-to-tale as it gets.