One-time mill hosts a variety of dark, kitschy events, from heavy-metal concerts to weekly goth and retro nights.
Housed in a renovated 1800s farmhouse, this well-regarded gallery led by Hope Cohn has earned a reputation for pursuing some of the most risky and stimulating local art in metro Atlanta. Part of the Spruill Center for the Arts, it also showcases international artists in a variety of media.
A variety of dishes prepared over a hickory/oak wood-fire grill.
The Buckhead mainstay — and its overwhelming dessert case — has fans in Dunwoody. Modeled after a Viennese coffeehouse, the cafe also offers alcoholic beverages and international lunch and dinner items. Perfect spot for first dates or losing yourself in a book.
Wildly popular breakfast spot (that serves lunch, too), offering perfectly potent coffee, fluffy biscuits, and both creative dishes and traditional staples. Lots of vegetarian options, too.
Milling its own flour from chemical-free grain is the cornerstone to this bakery's success. With signature whole-grain breads (white breads are available on request), you can stop worrying about preservatives in your food when you dive into an egg-and-cheese breakfast sandwich or one of the seven lunch sandwiches. Also a comfort to any Southerner's heart, grits served here are stone-ground on the premises and can be bought to take home.
Traditional Indian cuisine restaurant located in Decatur.
Suburbanites weary of schlepping to Midtown for a little scenester action can now trot over to their very own hot spot. The concise menu is a close fusion of Mexican tradition and American inclination: hone in on the guac, the queso fundido with chorizo, the beef cheek tacos and ceviche. Even gringos with little fondness for Mexican will be dazzled by the gloriously goopy hamburguesa Sedgwick.