Above the Dark Horse Tavern.
Southern fusion with executive chef Tony Morrow, who previously manned the grill at Pano's & Paul's, Kyma and 103 West.
Atlanta gastropub in the heart of Midtown, across from Colony Square and near the Woodruff Arts Center. Its patio overlooks the bustling corner of Peachtree and 14th streets.
Southern mainstays are the crowd-pleasing draw (fried chicken, shrimp and grits, fried green tomatoes) at this spot for regional cuisine.
Tavern with patio across from Piedmont Park. Prime spot for burgers, brunch, or cocktails.
Food is simple, yet creative. Extensive and reasonably priced winelist, offering a wide selection of both Italian and American wines. Covered, heated patio and indoor seating.
Casual and cozy neighborhood spot with a Mediterranean-inspired menu.
New Orleans-inspired menu, drinks, and live music.
Emeril's impressive decor sets the stage for the festive, larger-than-life fantasy that the restaurant would like you to buy into and pay dearly for. The dream typically goes bust with your first forkful of food. The kitchen does know how to work over a pot of gumbo. But overall? Stick to the fantasy on television and save your money.
Long-running casual restaurant with popular patio that serves American cuisine and packs them in for a weekend brunch.
Cozy bistro with eclectic menu. Nice stop before or after a film at Midtown Art Cinema.
Founded in 2000 at the former site of the historic Cotton Mill general store, Agave has built a strong reputation around its Southwestern inspired dishes with a fine-dining flair.