28 "Inman Park" Restaurants in Atlanta.
Javavino in Inman Park is a small, quiet spot that serves coffee during the day and wine at night - so it's great for a day of work or a third date.
Dekalb Athletic Club isn't actually a gym, it's just a great coffee shop in Inman Park with a fun name and some great biscuit sandwiches.
One Eared Stag in Inman Park has a menu of interesting small plates and entrees, and a Monday family-style fried chicken dinner.
Located in Krog Street Market, Pho Nam is a great little Vietnamese place to get some pho, banh mi, and spring rolls.
Lloyd’s in Inman Park is like a 1980s fever dream of a restaurant - with its wood paneled walls, booths, and menu of old school staples.
This fast casual Mediterranean spot in Krog Street Market is a great spot for lunch or a casual dinner when you want to be a little healthy.
Atlanta isn’t Paris, but when you want to forget that for a while, head to Bread & Butterfly for brunch on the patio or a glass of wine at the bar.
Sotto Sotto is an Inman Park Italian spot that hasn’t changed since it opened almost 20 years ago, which is exactly why we like it.
Fred’s Meat & Bread in Krog Street Market predictably makes sandwiches, but with some cool combinations and an amazing burger.
Watchman’s in Inman Park feels a little like a beach vacation, with a seafood-heavy menu and a long list of oysters.
With vintage signs on the walls and a huge menu, Folk Art in Inman Park is a great place for a casual weeknight meal or weekend brunch.
When you need something healthy to balance out how you usually eat, head to Recess in Krog St. Market and grab a grain bowl to go or sit at the bar.
Part cocktail bar, part cool basement with awesome food, Ticonderoga Club makes no sense - which is exactly why we love it.
Bar Mercado is a tapas spot at Krog Street Market with a patio that’s ideal for Happy Hour or day drinking.
Go to Beetlecat in Inman Park to sit on a patio and eat great seafood, or to drink in a basement bar that looks straight out of That ’70s Show.