21 "Impressing Out of Towners" restaurants in Atlanta.
Watchman’s in Inman Park feels a little like a beach vacation, with a seafood-heavy menu and a long list of oysters.
The General Muir in Toco Hills is an all day spot serving Jewish deli classics like latkes, pastrami, and bagels and lox.
This unique spot in Buckhead is a beach house for half the year and a ski house for the other, serving South African-inspired dishes.
There are lots of biscuits in Atlanta, but Callie’s in the Highlands has some of our favorites, with 7 different flavors and sandwich options.
Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q is the most essential barbecue spot in Atlanta. If you haven’t been, go.
Head to Dr. Bombay's in Reynoldstown when you want to drink tea in an armchair under a crazy ceiling, or for full tea service.
Dairies in Reynoldstown is one of the “trendiest” coffee shops in Atlanta, but that doesn’t mean it’s not great - come for fancy lattes and acai bowls
The quality nitro cold brew and tons of natural light brings lots of young and creative people to Chrome Yellow in Old Fourth Ward.
Buckhead’s Buttermilk Kitchen is a great spot for a Southern breakfast and to continue your search for the best fried chicken biscuit.
This Southern spot in a historic former house in Decatur feels like home, without all the questions and cheek-pinching.
Head to The Colonnade Restaurant in Morningside for a fried chicken dinner in a family-style dining hall, and more than different 30 sides.
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.
Gu’s Kitchen is finally back serving their Szechuan cooking in a casual space up near Buford Highway.
With an experimental menu and an upscale space, Banshee is one of East Atlanta’s best new restaurants, and where you should be eating.
Tiny Lou’s is a French restaurant in the Clermont Hotel in Old Fourth Ward, and where you should bring a date or an out-of-towner for a nice dinner.