Oak Atlanta offers contemporary small plates and entrees that celebrate Georgian ingredients fresh from neighboring farmers and purveyors alongside steakhouse classics in a modern and refined environment.
One of the oldest and most successful restaurants in Buckhead, is nestled in a wonderful neighborhood surrounding Chastain Park. Featuring Southern Cuisine and old warm charm, customers have been celebrating all types of family occasions consistently for the past 21 years.
A simple and eclectic menu featuring bar snacks, items for sharing and entrees is prepared daily to the highest standards. Recognized as “Atlanta’s Best Gastropub” by Atlanta magazine, TAP is a standout spot for seasonally-driven, innovative comfort food. An extensive international beer list and innovative barrel wine program makes TAP “a convivial place to have a pint” night after night.
Helmed by Chef Wesley True, The Spence, a partnership with acclaimed restaurant group Concentrics Restaurants, is a classic eatery that serves accessible, ingredient driven food to its surrounding community and beyond. Backed by an all-star culinary team including Pastry Chef Andrea Kirshtein (New York City’s ABC Kitchen, Atlanta’s The Livingston)
We feature only seafood native to the South’s waters from the Outer Banks to the Mississippi Delta (with notable exception of top-quality oysters from the Northeast): crab, crawfish, finfish and shrimp.
An uncomplicated, classic, fresh, and above all, excellent dining experience. "A white-tablecloth gem in Vinings feels like an old NY favorite, with fantastic seafood and professional service in an adorable setting" -Zagat
The Farmhouse at Serenbe, one of Atlanta's original farm-to-table restaurants, serves regional cuisine using locally grown, organic ingredients from the restaurant's own garden as well as from Serenbe Farms and other area producers.
While the menu changes daily, the focus at One Eared Stag is on fresh, ingredients, innovative preparations, and elevated flavors. Building on the reputation that he earned at his first solo venture, Holy Taco, Robert Phalen opened this intimate and refined American eatery in 2011.
Our food and drink are important to us. So we source local, hormone-free and pesticide-free meats and produce not because it's the cool thing to do these days, but because these are things that are essential to us.
Atlanta's favorite craft food and drink is at the food focused, chef driven, home grown, warm and inviting Seven Lamps. The "lamps" refer to the seven principles of architecture: sacrifice, truth, power, beauty, life, memory and obedience.