66 "Lunch" restaurants in Atlanta.
The entire menu at King + Duke is roasted on an open hearth, and includes lots of meat, some fish, and very few vegetables.
The General Muir in Toco Hills is an all day spot serving Jewish deli classics like latkes, pastrami, and bagels and lox.
Einstein’s in Midtown has a large, wide-ranging menu and an even larger patio, so it should be your next big group brunch spot.
Fred’s Meat & Bread in Krog Street Market predictably makes sandwiches, but with some cool combinations and an amazing burger.
In addition to the Grindhouse classic burgers, their new Memorial Drive location has shuffleboard, ping pong, and an outdoor space.
Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q is the most essential barbecue spot in Atlanta. If you haven’t been, go.
La Fonda Latina in Candler Park is a low key spot with a big patio serving a mix of Mexican, Spanish, and Cuban food.
There are a lot of restaurants serving Southern food in Atlanta, but no place is more classic than Mary Mac’s Tea Room in Midtown.
Buckhead’s Buttermilk Kitchen is a great spot for a Southern breakfast and to continue your search for the best fried chicken biscuit.
This comic book-themed pizza spot in Little Five Points is a great place to share a pie with friends or to bring the family.
Atkins Park in Virginia Highlands is one of the oldest bars in Atlanta, and it’s great for a beer and a burger.
Goldberg’s has locations across Atlanta which means you can get deli classics and massive sandwiches no matter where you are.
Usually when food and airplanes mix you’re left disappointed, but Downwind is right next to the Dekalb Airport and serves great pub classics.
Rising Son, Avondale Estates’ restaurant, serves dishes made with seasonal produce from local farms in a fun and quirky space.
With a long menu of Chinese and Thai dishes, Little Bangkok is always an easy spot to bring a group for a casual weeknight dinner in Cheshire Bridge.