17 "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.
El Tesoro is bringing breakfast tacos to Atlanta in a small, colorful spot in Edgewood.
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.