Dining

Falafel King

This favorite of Emory students features a combination of Mediterranean and Japanese dining. Owned and operated by a married couple (sh

Floataway Cafe

Floataway is a place you come to be chill. To feel chill. To eat chill. With the walls painted vibrant blue, assorted glass bottles lin

The General Muir

The General Muir is part New York-style deli, part French brasserie from the folks at West Egg and Bocado's former chef Todd Ginsberg.

Highland Bakery - Emory

Milling its own flour from chemical-free grain is the cornerstone to this bakery's success. With signature whole-grain breads (white br

Himalayan Spice

The more unusual Nepali fare draws heavily on northern Indian and Chinese influences, but also has an I-can't-quite-place-it quality th

Ink & Elm

Rooted in the Druid Hills neighborhood, Ink & Elm features classic Southern cuisine in an open environment with three dining options: t

Mezza Lebanese Bistro

You can easily go overboard at Mezza ordering lots of the Middle Eastern appetizers for which the restaurant is named. If you come with

Pita Palace

This Israeli-run temple to shawarma and falafel is as close as you’ll get to the roadside stands in Haifa featuring tradional dishes su

Rise 'N Dine

A friendly staff and fresh food makes Rise-N-Dine a local staple for Druid Hills residents.

Slice & Pint

As for the food to go with that beer, Slice & Pint is not “just another pizza joint.” There’s a green curry pizza, housemade Riverview

Violette

The unassuming structure belies the peaceful interior where you can get high-quality French cuisine without breaking the bank. Dinner i