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American
Blandtown
15 reviews
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
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American
Midtown
11 reviews
Guidebook space could never do this Westside sustainable seafood Mecca justice. In a word: astonishing! — Lonely Planet
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Decatur
9 reviews
Leon’s Full Service is still a fun spot to meet up with a group of friends, hang out on the patio, and have a few drinks. — The Infatuation
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American
Midtown
9 reviews
"Hidden away" in an "off-the-beaten-track" Westside address, this "hip" New American set in a "cool" space lures "farm-fresh" fans thanks to the "brilliant" work of chef Steven Satterfield. — Zagat
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Cafe
Midtown
10 reviews
Iconic spot for Southern fare classics — Zagat
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American
9 reviews
This Old Fourth Ward hot spot is a unique thing: a restaurant specifically in the service of a good cause — Tasting Table
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American
Old Fourth Ward
11 reviews
This vibrant, urban hotspot specializes in wood-roasted meats and fish prepared in a wood-pit rotisserie tower — Where
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American
8 reviews
Inspired by Brazilian churrascarias and dim sum–style dining, chef Kevin Gillespie's one-of-a-kind eatery features rolling carts of creative, ever-changing dishes and communal tables. — Travel + Leisure
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Italian
Virginia Highland & Morningside
8 reviews
Rustic Italian in trendy, high-energy setting. — Not For Tourists
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Diners
Old Fourth Ward
9 reviews
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
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Cafe
Buckhead
10 reviews
Chef/owner Linton Hopkins is devoted to local farmers and growers; his “tasting of seasonal vegetables” includes 10 or more just-harvested choices. — Where
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American
9 reviews
The General Muir is an upscale spin on the traditional New York deli. — On the Grid
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Italian
Druid Hills, Emory University & Brookhaven
9 reviews
Few restaurants combine the comfort of a neighborhood hideaway and the quality food of a top-notch restaurant. — On the Grid
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American
9 reviews
Kimball House occupies Decatur's restored 1891 depot — Gayot
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Burgers
Buckhead
8 reviews
Chef Linton Hopkins’ intimate 60-seat restaurant is known for its famous burgers, which inspired restaurants at Ponce City Market and Turner Field that are dedicated to serving the juicy dish — Where
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American
Downtown
7 reviews
Three meals plus take-out means you're never far from the Southern comfort you so crave. — BlackBook
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American
Buckhead
8 reviews
There are three or four entrees on the lunch menu, but sandwiches are the thing here -- highly inventive and served on a variety of buttered, toasted breads. — Frommer's
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Diners
Midtown
8 reviews
A great place to come for one of the city's best breakfasts, especially if you're staying in Midtown: this industrial-chic spot is right across the highway. — Fodor's
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American
Blandtown
10 reviews
Southern grub and rooftop lounge with skyline views. — Not For Tourists
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American
Druid Hills, Emory University & Brookhaven
7 reviews
Some of the tastiest, messiest, diet-breakingest food in the city. — Travel + Leisure
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