Burritos and other fine Mexican faves, plus plenty of boozy pleasures. Next door to Variety Playhouse.
Most of the dishes at So Ba have an almost perfumed redolence. So Ba's food is mainly good, and complaints about authenticity are surprising.
Holy Taco is an incredibly cool neighborhood eatery that's going places with its food that even some of the most daring high-end chefs in town wouldn't dare.
There are few places in town where you can show up and relax, knowing your meal is going to be understatedly brilliant. Sotto Sotto is that place. It begins with wine, and a staff that can chat about it intelligently and breezily, as if discussing the merits of a collection of old friends. Unabashedly Italian and composed with food in mind, it's one of the more delightful lists in the city. A light, elegant touch in the kitchen allows even the heaviest dishes to seem almost weightless. Starters range from ethereal to downright robust, and risottos are downright masterful.
Locally grown produce, homegrown art, and occasionally music. April 19 to December 13.
An EAV restaurant that serves Japanese and Thai food.
East Atlanta staple for local and up-and-coming rock bands, as well as nationally established indie acts, and grub for the hipster-PBR set. Sundays also feature a hangover-friendly live music set from 1-4 p.m.