Holeman and Finch, the self-described Public House that acts as a low-key younger sibling to Restaurant Eugene, is wholly unbalanced and would scare the bejesus out of most fiscal-minded restaurateurs. The menu makes no sense, but owner Linton Hopkins and barman/co-owner Greg Best are more ambitious and ballsy than most restaurateurs. Best's cocktails display as much creativity as any dish made by any chef in town. The food selection is unapologetically meat-centric and heavy, but the fried pig ears, house-cured meats and the city's best burger are great fun and great to drink to.
Finally a pizza place with atmosphere! Blue Moon Pizza offers its guests only the freshest ingredients in preparing its fabulous pizzas and appetizers. The Barbeque Chicken Pizza is an absolute must try along with our Wedge Salad that's topped with our own candied bacon. With a full bar and nightly drink specials, Blue Moon plays classic foot tappin' blues and jazz all day and night. Also open for lunch, we offer great lunch specials, including pizza by the slice that will get you in and out in a hurry.
A burger joint with an emphasis on sustainability, depending on local farmers for 100 percent grass-fed beef.
When Peter Chang popped up on the Atlanta restaurant scene at Tasty China in 2006, food fiends went mad for his intoxicatingly ma-la (hot and numbing) Szechuan dishes. But the chef suddenly left Atlanta just months later and landed somewhere in Tennessee. Or was it Washington, D.C.? Virginia? But now, the Wuhan, Hubei, native and former Chinese embassy chef is cooking in Marietta at his old stomping grounds again. All of Chang’s greatest hits are permanent fixtures on Tasty China's menu. Many are much improved. Just keep your chopsticks crossed that he's sticking around this time.
Club underneath the Dark Horse Tavern features aspiring rock artists, but its live-band "Metalsome Monday" karaoke is the big draw.