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Focusing heavily on small plates—lamb lollipops, salmon chips and fiery cuisine (muy caliente) this locale is flexible enough for a first date or night out with the girls.
The name conjures up an image of the Rolling Stones' iconic tongue, which is fitting since this restaurant, located in a renovated telephone warehouse, has the mood, energy, and style of a nightclub.
This is the restaurant that kicked off the New American trend in Atlanta. My favorites include the salmon chips, topped with fresh smoked salmon, capers, red onions, and a dab of chipotle cream cheese Full review →
One of Atlanta's hottest dining spots, TWO Urban Licks is among a handful of area restaurants turned gold by creators Bob Amick and Todd Rushing of Concentrics Restaurants. Full review →
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. Full review →
Rockin' rotisserie, smokin' blues, and scenesters galore. Full review →
Everything about this restaurant is well-crafted: the food, the drinks, the space, the service…everything. Full review →
The menu features inventive American dishes such as salmon chips, pork shoulder with baked macaroni, and bronzed sea scallops over smoked Gouda grits. Full review →
This vibrant, urban hotspot specializes in wood-roasted meats and fish prepared in a wood-pit rotisserie tower Full review →
This "club with food" in Poncey-Highland is "one of Atlanta's favorite hot spots" for a "loud", "lively night out" fueled by "creative" American eats prepared on a wood-fired rotisserie. Full review →