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The less formal cousin to the now defunct Ritz-Carlton Buckhead's Dining Room, this still-pricey restaurant offers upscale Southern cuisine and an unparalleled balcony view of the weirdness on Peachtree Street at night.
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Skewered meats, sliced at the table churrasco-style — by costumed gauchos wielding gleaming knives — are the centerpiece of the upscale Brazilian import. Beef and lamb shouldn't be missed. Prices are fixed, portions unlimited. The salad bar features asparagus, hearts of palm, fresh cheese, and similarly luxurious items. Even desserts (which cost extra) are worth the calories.
Located in a snazzy office building, New York Prime is an irresistible break-your-diet steak house where servers in steward's jackets zoom carts of sizzling meats on white hot plates. The principal successes here are the decadent ones: the aged New York strip in particular is superlative. However, avoid the gluey cheese mashed potatoes. Instead go for the giant baked potato, which the servers mash with bacon, chives, sour cream and butter. Dessert? It's all about the banana cream pie.
Sal Grosso is a sleek, modern take on the all-you-can-eat Brazilian-style steakhouse concept that's taken Atlanta by storm. The $29.95 dinner includes a classic retro deluxe salad bar and as much meat as you can stomach. Don't miss the succulent fraldinha or bottom sirloin with a likeably nubbly texture. Don't save yourself for dessert -- the meat's the thing to fill up on here.
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