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Ecco is one of the most renowned restaurants in the city of Atlanta. Established in the year 2006, it has gained immense popularity due to its seasonally-instigated European cuisine and wine and cheese served in a pleasant ambiance. The seating arrangement is comfortable and the variety in the dishes is impeccable. The elegant restaurant is open every night for dinners and also features an open-air patio. In addition, it is also a fine selection for private dining or planning a special occasion.
This chic Italian spot is set away in a largely residential neighborhood just east of downtown, not far from the mayor's house. Sotto Sotto Cucina Italiana is a little tricky to find, and the atmosphere suggests that the owners like it that way. A vintage Roman decor prevails in the dining room, where the lively, youthful crowd can get noisy at times. A classic Italian menu features a wide range of pastas, fresh seafood, risotto, and a wine list with selections from all over Italy.
This happening Midtown joint really packs them in, and is quickly garnering a reputation as a can't-miss destination on the local dining scene. The best way to describe the food is creatively modern Southern, but that doesn't really do it justice. The kitchen turns out such remarkable signature dishes as seafood bisque with sherry and scallops over stone ground grits with garlic gravy. Make reservations early on theater nights, as space fills up quickly. South City Kitchen surely promises a different spin on Southern cuisine.
Grindhouse Killer Burgers is a modern, chic and unpretentious take on quintessential American burger joints. With two locations in Atlanta, they are home to arguably the best burgers in town. Their flagship outlet on Piedmont occupies a former fueling station and comes with a lovely summer patio. On the menu are fresh ground burgers, homemade pub grub and shakes. Select from Cowboy, Euro or Yankee Style burgers with their signature boozy milkshakes or a beer bucket.
Fellini's Pizza is arguably Buckhead’s favorite pizza joint. Great taste, hearty portions and attentive service can be credited to patrons revisiting this place over the decades. Select from delicious renditions of the Italian classic like pepperoni, ham and pineapple, spinach and mushroom. Or enjoy their signature pizza topped with everything from meatballs, sausages, peppers, olives and cheese. Open as late as 2a, Fellini's is your best bet for those midnight pizza cravings.
Located on the banks of Chattahoochee River, Canoe's beautiful historic setting makes it the perfect spot for any occasion. Dark wood and white tablecloths are featured in the dining room, which offers spectacular views of the river and the riverside gardens. Seafood selections highlight the contemporary American menu, and Southern specialties are offered on both the dinner and dessert menus. Selected as one of the country's best new restaurants by the James Beard Foundation, Canoe offers a romantic culinary treat for any occasion.