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This Atlanta classic has evolved with Atlanta, and once hosted great African American performers such as Ray Charles, Arethra Franklin and James Brown. Today The Royal Peacock hosts reggae nights and some of the wildest dance nights in town. Apart from musicians setting the stage on fire, DJs also provide the tunes to dance to. Call ahead for further details.
The tantalizing flavors of American cuisine comes to downtown in the comfortable confines of the Sheraton Atlanta. Come sample the best of what chef Marc Suennemann has to offer. The speckled granite floor will catch your eye as you enter, but you'll be more wowed by the views of the pool plaza below the dining room. Food is ordered in small, appetizer-sized portions. Chef Suennemann infuses a decidedly Asian influence into his creations, including the Barbecue Spice Crusted Scallops and Chicken-n-Dumplings.
This fantastic dive bar has a loyal following. Situated between downtown and Castleberry Hill, Elliott Street Pub features friendly bartenders, live music on most nights, and a much-loved deli that whips up some of the area's best sandwiches. It's a small space with limited seating, so come prepared to make some new friends. All in all it's a good stop for a fun night out.
Whether Harlem Nights has a resident DJ spinning for the crowds or a big name dropping by for a live performance, night owls are usually pleased with the ambiance and class at this restaurant-cum-nightclub. The restaurant and its food only add to the overall flavor of the experience. Spice and style are the ingredients for life.
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.
Located in the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Sear is a sophisticated restaurant with comfortable seating and an eclectic decor. The decor is inspired by the element of fire with the perfect use of the colors and shades that depict fire. The menu features a lot of dishes which include some delicious steaks and seafood. Don't miss trying the decadent desserts either like the homemade ice-cream and the Wall of Chocolate which is a 15 layer mocha cake. Sear also has a bar lounge which is equipped with over 140 wines. Check website for details.