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101 Steak101 Steak
637 reviews
££££
Steakhouse | Vinings, Atlanta

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AG, Modern Bar and SteakhouseAG, Modern Bar and Steakhouse
226 reviews
££££
Steakhouse | Downtown, Atlanta

Nothing short of amazing...... My husband and I found this open table and went there for our date night. It is in the Ritz so it has a very nice ambiance. We ate on the outdoor patio with fans and it was perfect. Our food was delicious. I had baked oysters and the seared scallops special. My husband had the bisque and cowboy steak. Every was cooked to perfection with perfection seasoning and flavor. We will definitely come back. More

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Chama Gaucha- AtlantaChama Gaucha- Atlanta
1048 reviews
££££
Brazilian Steakhouse | Buckhead, Atlanta

Awesome environment, service was great Diego took care of us, most of all food was delicious. 👍🏾👍🏾 More

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TavernpointeTavernpointe
219 reviews
££££
American | Midtown, Atlanta

Stumbled upon this place, and took a bunch of friends there tonight. Food was great, service was impeccable, and the staff were awesome ("Ned Stark" and blonde beard guy were cuties!). Definitely recommend this place and will be back soon. More

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Tupelo Honey  - Sandy SpringsTupelo Honey - Sandy Springs
518 reviews
££££
Regional American (Contemporary Southern) | Sandy Springs, Atlanta

Delicious lunch special soup/salad/sandwich and good service. Fun southern decor is charming. More

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Park TavernPark Tavern
349 reviews
££££
American | Midtown, Atlanta

Fabulous food! The kids love the Impossible Burger! The sushi is always so fresh and tasty. My favorite is the Surf and Turf roll. Tola was our server and she was most attentive! Great evening at Park Tavern. More

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55th & Park Restaurant & Lounge55th & Park Restaurant & Lounge
35 reviews
££££
American | Downtown, Atlanta

It took a while for us to get some service - but then Shells (shout out to you) came from behind the bar and offered us an excellent all-around experience. She worked both the bar and the dining area... How awesome is she? Thanks again for treating us very well! More

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Rosie's Coffee CafeRosie's Coffee Cafe
3 reviews
££££
Cafe Dining | Downtown, Atlanta

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Great service and food. Nice ambiance. Not sure if they have more than one bathroom - if not it’s the only thing that needs improvement because it’s small. More

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Dovetail - Macon1. Dovetail - Macon
833 reviews
££££
American | Macon, Macon

Dovetail has an amazing menu and it will not disappoint. Cocktails are creative and refreshing. The crew is very attentive and helpful with suggested selections and our experience was awesome. Worth the drive and the price ( not terribly expensive either) . Love the ability to reserve a table especially through Open Table. Very accommodating as we had to increase our party at last minute.... no problem! More

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Bones2. Bones
6433 reviews
££££
Steak | Buckhead, Atlanta

Every great atmosphere, and the waiter was fabulous , very attentive. More

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Antebellum3. Antebellum
1171 reviews
££££
Regional American (Southern) | Flowery Branch, Northeast Atlanta

Delicious and unique food combinations! The service was very good too. You will not be disappointed! More

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UMI4. UMI
1238 reviews
££££
Sushi | Buckhead, Atlanta

Absolutely phenomenal!!! Black cod to die for! Crispy rice and vocaoe roll also amazing!! More

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Atlas5. Atlas
767 reviews
££££
Contemporary American | Buckhead, Atlanta

Food, service, atmosphere- the best in Atlanta! Nothing more need be said. More

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Coalition Food and Beverage - AlpharettaCoalition Food and Beverage - Alpharetta
££££
American | Alpharetta, Alpharetta / Roswell

Coalition Food and Beverage offers a place for families and neighbors to gather for a common purpose: enjoying expressive, chef-driven American cuisine, carefully crafted drinks, warm hospitality, and the spirited companionship of your guests.

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Cork & FlameCork & Flame
££££
American | Augusta, Augusta

Cork & Flame can trace its history back to 2004 when Roger Strohl opened The Vineyard Wine Market. After a successful 13 years, The Vineyard has joined forces with Chef Justin Hayes and partners to form a unique combination of fine dining, tapas and wine market, offering customers a single culinary experience. In addition to the fine dining, tapas and wine market, the Cork and Flame hosts wine tastings, wine dinners, and private party events.More

Keedra's KitchenKeedra's Kitchen
££££
Global, International | Airport / College Park, Atlanta

I'm Keedra, and food is my absolute passion. Since I was a young girl I have always loved eating the great food the women in my family always cooked. To this day, whenever my aunt is in the kitchen, I cling to her every move, watching and tasting everything she makes. When I realized I too could cook great food, and not just eat it, my love affair with food only intensified. With over 15 years in the food and hospitality industry, all of my experiences have come to this moment...to be a great Chef by cooking mouth watering food and offering exceptional service. ​ Food is a universal language. It is used to comfort, to entertain, to show love and gratitude, to bring family and friends together...the list goes on. Food is an experience, and I look forward to bringing that experience to you.More

Restaurant 10Restaurant 10
££££
Regional American (Contemporary Southern) | Downtown, Atlanta

Ten is the highest score possible in Olympic competition. The top rim of the basketball goal is always ten feet above the Court. 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 10, called the tetraktys. Bowling pins are arranged in the same shape as the tetraktys. In football, it takes ten yards to get a first down, and ten first downs is the gateway to winning the game... and the most invigorating cuisine yields the symbolic numeral... 10. We are an upscale southern cuisine and BBQ restaurant. serving food that until now you could only get at home from your mother. Restaurant Ten blends a modern setting with hint of “down home”. The staff is friendly and eager to fill your plate. Restaurant Ten is located in the heart of Atlanta, across the street from the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and owned by The Platt Restaurant Group.More

Rosie's Coffee CafeRosie's Coffee Cafe
££££
Cafe Dining | Downtown, Atlanta

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While Coca-Cola may have put Atlanta on the nation’s culinary map (as the city plays home to its headquarters), Atlanta is known for far more than America’s favorite soda. Once a bit conservative in flavor, the city has recently undergone a creative renaissance with food at the helm, catapulting Southern soul food into new light, with barbecue, collards, and cornbread as its heart. But Southern food isn’t that simple—influence of European immigrants at the turn of the century, as well as the African-American influence, and more recent waves of Asian, Latin American, and Middle Eastern immigration have defined a broader southern culture, which you can now taste all over Atlanta. Whether it’s reinterpreted omakase, nose-to-tail, or a bagel with shmear, local cuisine suggests that Atlanta just may be the South’s new foodie capital.