Dining

Atkins Park - Smyrna

The Cobb County cousin of the Virginia-Highland watering hole and restaurant is located in the increasingly hip Market Village.

C & S Seafood & Oyster Bar

Expect an astute mix of old-school New York and Paris brasserie. The focus is on fresh seafood, a well-stocked raw bar, and classic pri

Canoe

Executive chef Matt Basford helms this longtime riverside retreat of Atlanta's upper crust. The theater of verbose formality can be an

Heirloom Market BBQ

With its subtle Korean influences, Heirloom Market consistently turns out some of the best and most unique barbecue in town. If you wan

Muss & Turner's

Part gourmet grocery, part sandwich shop, part cooking school, part neighborhood bistro. Weeknights, the restaurant feels cozy and int

Old Vinings Inn

The 150-year-old white wood-and-stone "home" and historic tavern is an oasis of Southern civility amid newish office buildings and cond

REV Coffee

Eclectic coffee shop — which, by the way, provides java to many nearby restaurants — features local art and open-mic nights.

Roy's Cheesesteaks

For those Smyrna-bound, the first thing you see when exiting I-285 at South Cobb Drive is a long impersonal stretch of gas stations, mo

South City Kitchen - Vinings

Contemporary Southern cuisine at the suburban version of the popular Midtown restaurant. Lot parking. Closed New Year's Day.

Sushi Huku

While dining Omakase (the chef's choice) is ideal when money is no object at this popular sushi restaurant, you'll fare well by making

Yakitori Jinbei

Many local ramen-yas have popped up, attempting to establish superiority, but Jinbei still reigns supreme. The broth made buttery with