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A photo of STK - Atlanta restaurant
4.3
Awesome(2734)
  • $$$$
  • Steakhouse
  • Midtown

STK artfully blends two concepts into one—the modern steakhouse and a chic lounge. A large central lounge area is furnished with creamy leather banquettes and textured crocodile tiles, and is surrounded by an elevated dining room for more formal dining. Theatrical lights illuminate each table,...

A photo of AG, Modern Bar and Steakhouse restaurant
4.4
Awesome(480)
  • $$$$
  • Steakhouse
  • Downtown

AG, Modern Bar & Steakhouse offers a modern steakhouse experience inspired by Southern hospitality. Open seven days a week and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as classic and creative cocktails. For dinner, the menu of grilled steaks and seafood features food sourcing that is sustainable...

A photo of Bones restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(7776)
  • $$$$
  • Steak
  • Buckhead
Booked 2 times today

Zagat rates Bones with the highest marks for food and service over all steakhouses in America. Bones has also been awarded by Zagat Survey as the # ONE rated restaurant over all types in Atlanta. By providing the finest quality food with an acclaimed wine cellar, there is no wonder why Bones has...

A photo of Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse - Atlanta restaurant
Booked 1 time today

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse is an ultra-premium steak house providing a distinguished dining experience with personalized service in a breathtaking atmosphere, offering bold, delicious fare complimented by an expansive, award-winning wine list. Boasting a vast selection of USDA Prime wet...

A photo of Rowdy Tiger restaurant
4.2
Awesome(316)
  • $$$$
  • American
  • Midtown

Inspired by Midtown Atlanta’s multiple periods of prohibition during the middle of the 19th century, Rowdy Tiger Whiskey Bar & Kitchen channels the city’s unruly past, which included local speakeasies known as ‘blind tigers.’ In celebration of whiskey, legal or otherwise, Rowdy Tiger boasts one the...

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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.

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.

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