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.
Wisteria is a lovely neighborhood restaurant in the Inman Park area. The atmosphere is modest-rustic, yet very comfortable. Interior decoration mainly consists of a combination of brick and wood finishes with tables for two aligned across the wall. Wisteria is a great place to take visitors for a lively evening meal. The Menu is American with Southern culinary accents, e.g. their signature dish which is Molasses-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin, is absolutely delicious. Seafood lovers may try North Atlantic Skate Wing served over stone-ground corn grits. Service is very friendly and efficient.
Apart from being a good hangout for a lunch date or dinner The Capital Grille makes an ideal venue for small private parties. Customized menus can also be catered for an occasion of up to 50 guests. Acclaimed for their specialty steaks, everything from dry aged porterhouse steak to Filet Mignon and double cut lamb chops are available for meat lovers. They even have an impressive list of wines with up to 5000 bottles on the wall. Guests are also offered personalized wine lockers for individual collections.
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.
If you are passionate about steaks, look no further than this modern American steakhouse for an unforgettable meal. Nationally acclaimed chef Kevin Rathbun serves up immaculately prepared USDA Prime meats such as Dry Aged Cowboy Ribeye and filet mignon. You won't find steaks drowned in heavy sauces—the meat is the star of the show here. If steak isn't your thing, you'll find a wide variety of spectacular seafood, poultry and pork dishes. Updated versions of classic steakhouse sides like creamed spinach, mashed potatoes, braised greens and grilled mushrooms are a delicious accompaniment to all. Housed in a former industrial warehouse, the space is modern but comfy and classic—just like the food.
Considered by many to be Buckhead's finest restaurant, this brick Victorian cottage sets a romantic table. Elegance pervades every inch and corner of the stylish dining room. High-end seafood is the catch of the day, with memorable offerings from the dessert cart, such as Valrhona chocolate cake with olive oil ice cream. Chef Anne Quatrano's creations - the Wild Striped Bass, the Braised Short Rib and the Foie Gras Terrine - are a melt-in-your-mouth masterpiece. This place boasts of a full bar and excellent wine list. The restaurant opens its doors for dinner from Mondays through Saturdays, 5:30p onwards.
Thrive is a sophisticated addition to downtown's vibrant dining scene. Conveniently located near Philips Arena and the Georgia World Congress Center, the restaurant sees some heavy business traffic. Come nighttime, the atmosphere metamorphoses into a sea of hip city folk who love a good cocktail and great food. Asian flavors dominate the contemporary award-winning menu, in addition to timeless American favorites. Enjoy Soy Braised Beef Wrap, Pan Roasted Duck Breast, Santa Fe Salad, Dragon Sushi and Lava Roll, and a host of Nigiri and Sashimi alternatives. The inventive cocktail lists sees The Cure and Pickled Cucumber Martini as popular favorites. Celebrated architect Bill Johnson lends his aesthetic style to the interiors of the space, resulting in an ambiance of understated elegance.
Located atop The Westin Peachtree Plaza, this rotating restaurant provides stunning views of the entire metro area, and a spectacular setting for a business lunch or special occasion. The creative American menu features artfully-prepared favorites, including many beef and poultry selections. A separate rotating bar is located directly below the restaurant for taking in the view without the steep dinner ticket. Live jazz plays in the lounge on weekend nights. Jacket and tie recommended for gentlemen.
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.
Whether Elvis gyrates or Madonna vamps on the screen overhead, the overwhelming musical theme at the popular Hard Rock Cafe - Atlanta is balanced by an interesting and filling mix of menu items. With choices ranging from large-portion nachos to Southern servings of pot roast surrounded by garlic mashed potatoes, you won't leave hungry. The wait staff, disguised in 1950s-style garb, bring a sense of fun to every table. Watch closely as you peruse the gift shop on your way out: you just might see an actual celebrity.
If it's your first visit to this place don't even think of eating something other than steak. Renowned countrywide for the most juicy and done-to-perfection steaks, Ruth's is an experience to savor. An old world charm pervades this place and calls for formal attire, so remember to leave your trainers at home. Suit up and head to Ruth's for the best martinis and, of course, steak.
Morton's The Steakhouse is a familiar national face on the local dining scene, offering some of Atlanta's best steaks in a club like atmosphere. Dress is business formal under the soft light and dark fixtures of the bar and dining room, which hearkens back to the days of the old boys' steakhouse. Morton's steaks are without equal, and a few well prepared seafood selections round out the menu. For your private occasions and parties, hire their venue and catering services to avail of the best steaks for your events.