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Set atop the Hilton Atlanta, Nikolai's Roof offers the epitome of romance. The view from the roof is breathtaking, and the elegant service is second to none. The gourmet menu features fine Russian and French cuisine, and the dishes are planned to go with and enhance the many vodka options available. The prix fixe menu is expensive, but offers a truly exemplary Russian meal. Reservations and jackets are required.
German national Wolfgang Hartert aspires to share the rich culinary heritage of his country with Americans at his co-owned restaurant Der Biergarten. The quintessential Bavarian establishment with an ambiance to match transports you to an outdoor beer garden in Munich. Catch live European football on the flat-screen TVs or enjoy a game of Fussball on the side. The menu features traditional classics like schnitzel, schweinshaxe, bratwurst and an array of sausages. The brews on offer represent drafts from Belgium, Ireland and England, and of course Germany, for an authentic taste of German culture.
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 romantic spot is fashioned in the likeness of a rustic country cottage, and blends right in with the quiet neighborhood it inhabits. The menu includes eclectic European entrees like roasted half duck with apple rutabaga compote. A predominantly French wine list is highlighted by some rare and unusually expensive offerings, and formal attire is recommended at Babette's Cafe.
Jackets are required at this ultra-elegant spot in Buckhead. The lavish garden setting creates an unforgettable ambiance, one of many reasons La Grotta Ristorante Italiano has been named Atlanta's best Italian restaurant for many consecutive years. Pristine white tablecloths are set under fine china and crystal, an appropriate stage for the contemporary regional cuisine from all corners of Italy. Delicate pastas and an outstanding variety of veal preparations highlight a world-class menu, while an excellent wine list is also available.
A meal at Buckhead's Kyma is an adventure in the lively culinary traditions of the Mediterranean. Tapas such as the spanakopita, a spinach and feta pastry, make for excellent sharing plates while entrees such as Greek fish and eggplant stew, complete with vegetables and garlic, make hearty meals.
A neighborhood restaurant & bakery, The Village Corner blends a country ambiance with excellent German cuisine to deliver a memorable dining experience. The decor may be elemental but all the value goes on the plate and Executive Chef Carl Friese whips up a fantastic fare of authentic German and Continental specialties like Gruyere Spaetzle, Schwine Haxe (Pork Osso Bucco), Rouladen, Jaeger Schnitzel and Sauerbraten. A good selection of German beers perfectly complements the menu selections. Baked items from their bakery section are also delivered at doorstep and efficient take-out and catering services are also offered. Overall, the experience is definitely worth trying for anyone who wants to sample German cuisine without burning a hole in the pocket.