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Bacchanalia

American 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The cooking of owner-chefs Clifford Harrison and Anne Quatrano, with Andy Carson as executive chef, is rich with detail and labor-intensive, but never froufrou. — Gayot

Chefs Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison create vibrant, seasonal American menus that change daily based on whatever organic and small-farm produce is available. — Forbes Travel Guide

Holding fast as the "pinnacle of refined dining" (voted No. 1 for Food and Popularity in Atlanta), this near-"flawless" Westside New American "keeps it fresh year after year." — Zagat

Since 1993, partner chefs Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison have drawn raves for their seasonally changing, all-organic menus—often using produce grown on their own organic farm. — Travel + Leisure

Chef-owners Clifford Harrison and Anne Quatrano pluck many ingredients from their own farm. Ultra-fresh fish, broad cheese selection, killer wine list and attentive service. — BlackBook

Restaurant Eugene

American 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Yet another venture in the city's current popularity of farm-to-table establishments, Restaurant Eugene opened to wide acclaim. — Frommer's

There's a reason Chef Linton Hopknis won the James Beard Award for Best Chef Southeast in 2012. — Michelin Guide

Linton Hopkins, the 2012 James Beard Award winner for best chef in the Southeast, is behind this quiet and sophisticated homage to local ingredients... and the city's best vegetable plate. — Fodor's

Southern sensibilities and ingredients define every dish, although they may not all be done in a classic manner. — Gayot

"Everything's just right" at this "spectacular" New American in South Buckhead, an "adult" exercise in "quiet sophistication." — Zagat

The Optimist

Seafood 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This Westside seafooder from owner Ford Fry (his JCT. Kitchen & Bar is just a clam's throw away) baits crowds with a range of raw to roasted fin fare and beachy cocktails. — Zagat

Upscale fish spot from chef Ford Fry raises the oyster to an art form. — BlackBook

The Optimist might be my favorite restaurant in Atlanta, and that's a bold statement. The first time I walked up to the door I already knew that I would like this place, as it has a few... — Frommer's

Guidebook space could never do this Westside sustainable seafood Mecca justice. In a word: astonishing! — Lonely Planet

Whether you swing by the first-come, first-served oyster bar or go for a full meal at the barrel-vaulted main restaurant, it's clear that chef Adam Evans knows seafood — Travel + Leisure

Holeman & Finch Public House

Burgers 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

House-cured meats hang about. Adventurous diners grab sweetbreads, and dip fried pork ears, fatback and tails in barbecue sauce. — BlackBook

You'll probably pass this restaurant a few times while driving down busy Peachtree Road without even noticing it's there; even when my GPS took me right to the front, I didn't see it, as... — Frommer's

Iron Chef contestant Linton Hopkins teams up with master mixologist Greg Best to produce a winning combination of cuisine and liquid refreshments at this Buckhead gastro-pub. — Travel + Leisure

Ok, it looks like a "packed college bar", but this "cutting-edge" South Buckhead gastropub adjacent to sibling Restaurant Eugene puts forth a "smart", "meat-heavy" American menu. — Zagat

Restaurant Eugene owner-chef Linton Hopkins, along with mixologist Greg Best, govern an ambitious gastropub just across the breezeway from the mother establishment. — Gayot

Leon's Full Service

American 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In a former filling station turned antiques shop, Leon'€™s Full Service offers a distinguished beer list, with both draughts and bottles reaching to the depths and heights of brewdom. — Gayot

A bombardment of discerning brews, natch. But the menu thinks outside the bottle with rabbit tenders and pork osso bucco. — BlackBook

The “witty”, “unconventional” New American menu includes everything from ‘lug nuts’ to ‘bacon in a glass.’ — Zagat

If your indie rock friends got together and dreamed up a holier-than-thou menu and beer list, this is it. — Lonely Planet

In a neighborhood flush with craft beer options, Leon's introduced an inventive specialty cocktail menu... the food menu is full of fun snacks to share while drinking. — Fodor's

Canoe

American 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Also located on the Chattahoochee River, Canoe provides beautiful views of the water and celebrates local seafood and other ingredients. The restaurant showcases Springer Mountain... — Afar Magazine

Dine along the Chattahoochee River in romantic style. — Not For Tourists

Canoe's cuisine is exceptional, and the setting is divine -- a picturesque spot on the Chattahoochee River, surrounded by heavenly gardens. — Frommer's

Canoe occupies a spot that, besides being beautiful, also is historic. — Gayot

The picturesque setting on the banks of the Chattahoochee River is reason enough to visit this refined new American restaurant — Travel + Leisure

Cakes and Ale Restaurant and Bar

International 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Fresh, seasonal veggies frequently take center stage at this crisp, upscale farm-to-table restaurant, and they often come from chef-owner Billy Allin's own garden. — Fodor's

New spot celebrating 'the good things in life'. — Not For Tourists

Occupying a "comfortable", airy space in a historic Decatur Square building, this "assured" American "celebration" spot via "virtuoso" chef Billy Allin. — Zagat

Billy and Kristin Allin have crafted a distinctive establishment known for its inventive cooking. — Gayot

Even if you've already dined down the way at the Iberian Pig or Leon's Full Service, it's worth stopping by Cakes & Ales for dessert and an aperitif. The banana terrine and apple galette... — Frommer's

Floataway Cafe

American 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Patrons can either dine indoors, surrounded by simple pendant lights, aluminum trim, and fresh flowers, or outside in the courtyard where the bushes are strung with Christmas lights. — Travel + Leisure

The à la carte cousin to Bacchanalia, Floataway is a more affordable take on Harrison and Quatrano's signature fare. Local, organic ingredients play a big role in this kitchen, and the... — concierge.com

Romantic venue with California and Italian influences. — Not For Tourists

"Seasonally" minded types seeking "creative" food paired with "superb wine" cite this "innovative" New American in Morningside-Lenox Park. — Zagat

The menu changes daily, with an emphasis on fresh and local organic produce and unusual ingredients. — Frommer's

JCT Kitchen

American 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

JCT turns out heaps of fried chicken; properly prepared, the bird is first brined and then soaked in buttermilk before being coated and fried. — Gayot

Executive chef Ford Fry puts a Southern-centric spin on the French bistro. Servers, feet tapping on hardwoods, scurry about with armloads of shrimp and grits. — BlackBook

This restaurant in the Westside Urban Market reflects its proprietor's belief that simplicity is a hallmark of the best food. — Travel + Leisure

This comfortable, airy restaurant—with pale wood, white, and silver accents—is part of the now-bustling Westside Urban Market. — Fodor's

Southern grub and rooftop lounge with skyline views. — Not For Tourists

One. Midtown Kitchen

American 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 'Small Plates'€ hold the most appeal, such as the cauliflower soup, a rabbit tasting and wood-roasted marrow with braised lamb. — Gayot

Casual upscale dining mecca endures after seven years of solid service. Rich, wooden interior with neutral fabrics have impressed many a well-coiffed visitor to return for dinner party fun. — BlackBook

"Staying power" is the thing at this "sustainably trendy" New American that still "holds up" thanks to "reliably executed" cooking and popular promotions like its "bottomless wine deal." — Zagat

You'll feel like you're in the heart of New York when you dine at this sophisticated restaurant, the creation of renowned restaurateur Bob Amick. — Frommer's

An unassuming warehouse entrance down a side street near Piedmont Park leads to a seductively lighted, industrial-chic restaurant. — Fodor's

Sotto Sotto

Italian 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Rustic Italian in trendy, high-energy setting. — Not For Tourists

This "heavenly", "intimate" Northern Italian in Inman Park via chef-owner Riccardo Ullio "just gets better with age", dispatching "superb pasta" and "memorable risotto." — Zagat

Sotto Sotto means "hush hush" in Italian. How ironic: The food is divine here, but the noise is incredible. — Frommer's

Adheres to the principles of the Italian kitchen, evident in such starters as the platter of antipasti misti, with its prosciutto, salami, olives and cheeses. — Gayot

Sotto Sotto Known for its authenticity, this lively, trendy restaurant has crisp service and risotto that is heaven on earth. Reservations suggested. — Lonely Planet

Ria's Bluebird

Delis 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Bohemian café with great view of Oakland Cemetery. — Not For Tourists

Atlanta’s Grant Park area is known for three things: Oakland Cemetery, Zoo Atlanta and good food. Ria’s Bluebird is a staple of the neighborhood, serving up breakfast food from 8am to... — Afar Magazine

It’s a “hippie-happy” scene at this “small” Grant Park diner opposite Oakland Cemetery known for “wallet-friendly”, all-day breakfasts served in “massive” portions. — Zagat

Lines snake out of the door for Ria’s hearty and healthy daily breakfast and lunch specials – buttermilk pancakes, overfilled burritos, tempeh Reuben sandwiches–in this cosy, friendly diner opposite Oakland Cemetery — Rough Guide

Ria's serves breakfast all day until closing at 3 p.m. We like to get our eggs softly poached and perch them atop the good grits with some of the spicy cream gravy. — Gayot

Aria

American 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Since opening a dozen years ago, Aria has remained a hit among the dozens of top-quality dining choices in the busy Buckhead area. — Frommer's

This vibrant, stylish establishment welcomes its guests through a curtain of silver beads, designed to represent a complete break with the past. — Gayot

Chef Gerry Klaskala's talent is best captured by his love of rustic and hearty "slow foods" - cooked over a roll-top French grill. — Fodor's

Dubbed the place for "special occasions", this "longtime favorite" in Buckhead via chef-owner Gerry Klaskala "continues to impress" with "masterful" New American fare. — Zagat

A simple black and white color palette and a sprawling, spider-like chandelier set the stage for inventive Nouveau American fare at this Buckhead restaurant. — Travel + Leisure

Bone's Restaurant

Steakhouses 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The best steakhouse in Atlanta and one of the best in the US, Bone's has provided outstanding service since it opened in 1979. — DK Eyewitness

"Hobnob" with the "who's who" of Buckhead at this "old-school" "cathedral of steak" renowned for "phenomenal" chops "cooked to perfection." — Zagat

Bone'€™s, a veritable bastion of beef, rates at the top of the list for steak dining as well as a good business ambience. — Gayot

Steakhouse perfect for power lunches. — Not For Tourists

Atlanta's best and most famous steakhouse, Bone's is a top power-lunch venue for the expense-account crowd. — Frommer's

The Colonnade

Seafood 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Clubbers, bouffant-bearing ladies, and gay seniors make up a portion of the eclectic clientele. Old-fashioned faves like lima beans, okra, and fried chicken prevail. — BlackBook

This Atlanta institution, established in 1927, serves authentic southern specialties without any newfangled twists (thank goodness). — Frommer's

The Colonnade serves some of the region's best fried chicken... and yeast rolls, the latter a rapidly disappearing Southern treat. — Gayot

“Cheap” tabs, “seriously high-octane potables” and an experience that’s “like nothing else in Atlanta.” — Zagat

This Atlanta institution, a respectable old place incongruously set in a stretch of girlie bars and sex shops northeast of downtown, is full of old-timers and regulars. — Rough Guide

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