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Bacchanalia
9
$$$
American
Blandtown
14 reviews
Bacchanalia's edgy and sophisticated space in a meatpacking plant on the outskirts of an industrial area takes first-time diners aback, but just for a second. — Frommer's
The Optimist
8
$$$
American
Midtown
11 reviews
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
Staplehouse
8
$$$
American
9 reviews
New American dining for a charity — Zagat
Restaurant Eugene
8
$$
Cafe
Buckhead
10 reviews
"Everything's just right" at this "spectacular" New American in South Buckhead, an "adult" exercise in "quiet sophistication". — Zagat
Gunshow
8
$$$
American
9 reviews
At this charmingly boisterous eatery, chefs plate their freshly made creations on trays, stopping by each table to explain and offer the dish. — Where
Sotto Sotto
8
$$$
Italian
Virginia Highland & Morningside
8 reviews
Sotto Sotto means "hush hush" in Italian. How ironic: The food is divine here, but the noise is incredible. — Frommer's
Two Urban Licks
8
$$
American
Old Fourth Ward
11 reviews
Especially good are the salmon chips, a signature item, or the Thai tuna tartare, made just hot enough with some Serrano chili. For mains, try the lightly grilled, huge sea scallops. — Gayot
Leon's Full Service
8
$$
American
Decatur
8 reviews
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
Mary Mac's Tea Room
8
$$
Cafe
Midtown
9 reviews
Local celebrities and ordinary folks line up for the country-fried steak, fried chicken, and fresh vegetables here. — Fodor's
Miller Union
8
$$$
American
Midtown
9 reviews
Miller Union's farm egg baked in celery cream with rustic bread is one of the best dishes in town. — Fodor's
Floataway Cafe
8
$$
Italian
Druid Hills, Emory University & Brookhaven
9 reviews
Romantic venue with California and Italian influences. — Not For Tourists
Kimball House
8
$$$
American
9 reviews
Located in a turn of the century train depot, Kimball House is the best spot in Atlanta for oysters and cocktails. — On the Grid
Holeman & Finch Public House
8
$$
Burgers
Buckhead
8 reviews
House-cured meats hang about. Adventurous diners grab sweetbreads, and dip fried pork ears, fatback and tails in barbecue sauce. — BlackBook
Watershed Restaurant
8
$$
American
Buckhead
8 reviews
Still serves the original’s legendary fried chicken, but the rest of the Southern-inspired menu has been updated to include more seasonal ingredients and creative techniques. — Zagat
The General Muir
8
$$
American
8 reviews
Calling on the best Jewish deli traditions, this Emory Point spot is making them its own — Condé Nast Traveler
Aria
8
$$$
American
Buckhead
9 reviews
At Aria, owner and executive chef Gerry Klaskala crafts inventive Nouveau American fare such as Niman Ranch slow-roasted pork shoulder and Zinfandel-braised beef short rib. — Travel + Leisure
Antico Pizza Napoletana
8
$$
Italian
Midtown
5 reviews
I challenge you to find a better pizza anywhere in this city. — Frommer's
Empire State South
8
$$$
American
Downtown
6 reviews
Southern ingredients get the fine-dining treatment without the pretension at celebrity chef Hugh Acheson's Midtown favorite. — Fodor's
One Eared Stag
8
$$
American
Old Fourth Ward
8 reviews
If you're looking for some of the boldest, most adventurous cooking in town, One Eared Stag delivers in droves — Tasting Table
Kevin Rathbun Steak
8
$$$
American
Old Fourth Ward
9 reviews
Sourced from Chicago's Allen Brothers, the dry-aged steak, of course, is the name of the game, and these come very large indeed---with price tags to match. — Gayot
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