16 "Dining Solo" restaurants in Atlanta.
Terra Terroir might be in a strip mall, but once you get a glass of wine and sit on the back patio, you’d never know.
Goldberg’s has locations across Atlanta which means you can get deli classics and massive sandwiches no matter where you are.
Upbeet in West Midtown is a bright space serving healthy options like bowls, smoothies, and toasts.
The choices are almost overwhelming at Ginya Izakaya, a small plates Japanese pub in West Midtown, so bring a group and share everything.
Eats has been a mainstay on Ponce for a long time, and is where you can get pasta or meat-and-two options for super reasonable prices.
Brick Store Pub in Downtown Decatur is a beer lover’s spot, with a long list of regional and international beers, and no TVs.
Little’s Food Store in Cabbagetown is partly a convenience store, but their lunch counter also serves one of Atlanta’s best burgers.
Taqueria Del Sol has a few locations in Atlanta, and is known for it’s Southern-meets-Mexican cuisine, great margaritas, and super affordable prices.
Located in Krog Street Market, Pho Nam is a great little Vietnamese place to get some pho, banh mi, and spring rolls.
Rozina Bakehouse and Coffeeshop in Downtown serves a Mediterranean-leaning menu, and is a great place to post up with coffee and a pastry.
Buteco in Grant Park is an all day spot where you could come for coffee, lunch, drinks on a date, or a late night samba dance party.
Majestic Diner is exactly what you picture when you think of a classic diner, from the menu to neon sign to the fact that they’re open 24 hours a day.
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.
Momonoki is a Japanese spot in Midtown serving ramen, katsu, and donburi, and has a cafe attached with matcha and soft-serve.
This Savannah-based chain made its way to West Midtown, and it’s a perfect spot for a unique sandwich for lunch or a casual dinner.