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Giving a flavor of Spain in the Inman neighborhood is Barcelona Atlanta, a wine bar and tapas restaurant. The delish menu is a creative spin-off of the chef's interpretation on traditional dishes, yet it carries a unique flavor that is delightful. The impressive wine selection comprises of all kinds of Spanish wines from reds to desserts. The exposed bricks, communal tables and fireplace gives it a very earthy look that is very appealing. There are small tables as well for a more intimate gathering. You can choose to dine at their lovely curved patio for an alfresco dining experience. Visit Barcelona for a memorable time with friends and family.
Armed with a bold menu of delicious American fare, One Eared Stag has a rustic feel to it, given the many heads of goats, deer and cows that decorate the walls. However, the meal is far from rustic with classy varieties like rabbit rillete, welsh rarebit and duck breast. The menu is changed from time to time, thereby thereby retaining its freshness in the minds of regulars. Wine is served to complement the food and heightens the appeal. Owing to its popularity, be sure to call ahead.
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.
SaltYard offers food epicureans an unpretentious dining experience. They specialize in tapas-style small plates with a menu comprising of regional and seasonal flavors. Cheese platters, charcuterie, bruschetta, salads, crispy oysters, grilled octopus and house cured salmon chips are signature dishes. Complement your selection with craft beer or their specialty cocktails Enjoy your meal while overlooking the open kitchen as exposed beams and reclaimed wood furnishings lend a rustic and relaxed vibe that extends onto the lovely patio.
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.