This Spanish restaurant pays homage to a type of pig that hails from Spain. The cured meat of the Iberian pig, Jamon Iberico, is a much sought-after delicacy that this restaurant slices right in front of diners. The menu includes tapas in keeping with the Spanish theme, including manchego mac ‘n' cheese, pork cheek tacos and barbecued octopus. Spanish-themed main courses range from Spanish lamb ribs to eggplant rellenas.
Food plays an essential role in our lives. Alma Cocina which means soul kitchen, takes you through a culinary journey of Latin America. Introducing contemporary Mexican cuisine with a fresh spin that blends all the other flavors of South America, the menu created by chef Chad Clevenger is delightfully refreshing. From street fare to fine dining, Alma Cocina will wow even the most discerning diners. Complement your meals with their unique tequila and cocktail lists. Visit this warm and vibrant eatery in downtown for a great Mexican fiesta.
Chequer's Bar & Grill is one place you must go for a delectable fill of fish and shrimp. Cooked the American way with hints of French cuisine, the specialty here is savory seafood. Expect a hearty meal with wholesome preparations that retain the distinct tastes with spices and herbs that add to the heavenly aroma and rich flavor of the food. What adds to the dining scene is the daily specials, with something new everyday.
Depalma’s Porch is a cozy Italian restaurant and bar in the Buckhead neighborhood. Celebrating food is their philosophy which is clearly seen in the way the menu is prepared. Using only the freshest of ingredients and natural products, the dishes have a unique freshness to taste. While the bar features signature cocktails, draft beers and more. Visit this vibrant eatery for a memorable dining experience.
For lovers of Italian cuisine, Bellina Alimentari in Ponce City Market is truly a heaven sent. This Italian eatery, wine bar and grocery store lays an emphasis on organic ingredients and slow food. The result is pure deliciousness that will fill you with glee. Their seasonal fare is full of farm fresh goodness from regional producers. The imported ingredients on display to buy and those used in their dishes are procured from small-time Italian farmers. From handmade pastas to freshly prepared sauces and natural wines, you will surely love this tiny bit of Italy in Atlanta. Check out their cooking classes to learn to make pastas from scratch and the perfect sauce that will enhance it.