Being landlocked, Atlanta’s options for fresh fish are limited. The Fish Market has a reputation for quality and its retail outlet located in the back of the restaurant. Everything they sell is flown in daily, already cleaned, deboned, and ready to go. You can watch the fish prep cooks breaking down the fish in the large mirror at the market. There aren’t many whole fish, but you can call ahead and have something aside before it’s broken down for sale or the restaurant.
Buckhead Life restaurant group is known for a certain kind of glamour -- big, trashy, flashy -- and Bistro Niko certainly delivers on that front. At Niko, the best food is the stuff that's simple to execute or can be done ahead of time. Niko hits all the right notes when it comes to Paris-meets-Atlanta allure, and delivers on some of its promises when it comes to classic French brasserie fare. But the lows are too low for a restaurant of this caliber and price point, and the highs not high enough.
Watering hole with full menu in Brookwood neighborhood of Buckhead. Located across from Piedmont Hospital.
Like an Adirondack hunting lodge for billionaires, Blue Ridge Grill boasts an imposing but warm dining room and mouth-watering meat dishes from the wood-burning grill. The barbecue quail, five-spice pork chops and apple-stuffed Georgia trout are all standouts, and the kitchen offers some savory variations on the omnipresent crab cake.
Buckhead Life's lunchtime cafe and bakery, serving soups, salads and sandwiches.
Former Zesto restaurant is still part of the chain, but now it serves burritos, tacos and quesadillas for a bargain. But you can still get a big ol' cone of soft-serve vanilla ice cream.
What sets this tiny lunch spot apart is its simplicity, consistency and commitment to healthy eating. Almost every menu item is made from scratch and contains no preservatives.
A favorite among Atlanta's meat-free diners, Cafe Sunflower offers a friendly staff, inspired plant-based dishes, and innovative vegan desserts.
Tom Catherall's midpriced Mexican replacement for his Italian-themed Lola in the Terminus building in the heart of Buckhead. Has taco lunch specials, patio seating and a 5-pound burrito that's free if you can eat it all.
Business-class steakhouse chain from Longhorn features smashing penthouse views, manly boardroom ambience, professional if somewhat talky service and corn-fed Midwestern beef that is dry-aged on site. The prime, bone-in Delmonico steak is tops. So are mashed potatoes and creamed spinach. Wine prices target the expense-account crowd. Valet parking, reservations. Dressy.
Despite its association with the McDonald's fast food chain, Chipotle actually offers an excellent product. The menu couldn't be simpler, containing options for meat-lovers and vegetarians alike. Carnitas (shredded pork from eco-friendly Niman Ranch farms) and fresh, piquant guacamole are standouts.
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Chops is an Atlanta icon, consistently ranked among the top steakhouses in the country. Seafood is flown in fresh daily and quality USDA prime aged beef is served in the warm ambiance of the dark wood dining room.
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