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Tucked away in a former stove factory turned loft development, Rathbun's offers artfully prepared modern American cuisine in a fun, relaxing environment. Since its opening in 2004, Rathbun's has consistently been listed by critics and diners alike as one of Atlanta's best. Chef Kevin Rathbun has crafted an innovative menu that is accessible to a variety of tastes and pocketbooks. Snack on a meal of small plates or splurge on one of the menu's Second Mortgage; plates such as the Maine Lobster and Roasted Green Chile Soft Taco. The restaurant also offers an extensive wine list, amazing desserts and a luscious patio perfect for alfresco dining.
Savor the best of the seasons' bounty at this delightful restaurant in Buckhead. Chef Joe Schafer helms the kitchen at King + Duke, bringing together locally sourced ingredients, traditional cooking techniques and innovative recipes to offer such delights as Maine Lobster Wood Roast, Mississippi Rabbit and Whole Roast Grass Roots Farm Chicken. To fully experience the kitchen's diversity, diners can opt for the five-course Chef's Counter menu. The warmly-lit interiors feature rich use of woods in varying textures. Patrons can enjoy cocktails and wines at the beautiful wood-topped bar. The outdoor patio is a popular affair. Check website for more.
Local Three is one of the most popular restaurants in Atlanta, be prepared to wait awhile or sit at the bar if you don't have a reservation. However long you wait, though, it will be well worth it. The warm and friendly restaurant is covered in all kinds of kitsch and clever pop culture references, which even carries over to the menu oft-times. Specialty cocktails, and a sophisticated liquor and wine selection make it a great place to take your time with the whole dining experience. Once you're ready to eat, the rotating menu always has delicious, expertly made American food, usually with a contemporary twist. The brunch is also to-die-for.
Reminiscent of roadside restaurants that is found in the Asian sub-continent, Chinese Dhaba is a unique blend of Indo-Chinese cuisine that is so unlike traditional Chinese food. An amalgamation of Indian spices and herbs is used to flavor the Chinese dishes resulting in creations like chicken lollipop, chicken 65 and Chinese bhel. This fusion fare served here is spicy and packed with flavor, and is very affordable. End your meal with the kulfi - a delicious Indian ice cream. Visit Chinese Dhaba for if you are looking for something different.
In the heart of Atlanta lies this serene restaurant popular for serving Japanese cuisine with a twist. The noted chef, Tomohiro Naito, succeeds in creating traditional Japanese specialties cooked with the freshest local and international ingredients. This innovative and amazing fusion is reflected in the restaurant interiors complemented by the soothing piano and jazz music. The desserts served at this restaurant are to die for. Pair your meal with traditional sake or Japanese whiskey.