2115 Faulkner Road Atlanta, GA 30324 +1 404 844 8800
A wild sizzling joint where you can not only dance the night away but also learn some new moves. At The Wild Mustang, fun is the name of the game, where people of all ages gather: from amateur to expert dancers. Quite spacious, unlike some of the others pubs, this place is quite accommodative. Country and Latina fans would fall in love with this place, for they feature 'Latin nights' and country music most nights of the week. What's more! this place also hosts many concerts which result in a packed house. Visit their website for a detailed schedule of their forthcoming concerts.
736 Ponce de Leon Avenue MJQ Concourse Atlanta, GA 30306 +1 404 870 0575
The Drunken Unicorn enjoys a unique décor, being splattered with unicorn trinkets all over. Equipped with a well stocked bar, it offers a wide range of drinks that won't make a dent in your pocket. It hosts a range of live acts and music performances from time to time featuring genres like: hip-hop, rap, indie, rock, psychedelic, metal, punk, rock, experimental, progressive and hardcore among others. Although the joint is tiny and heavily crowded on most days, you will find the atmosphere cozy thanks to its dim lights and dark environs. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events and exact timings.
640 North Highland Avenue Atlanta, GA 30306 +1 404 724 0711
A much sought-after brunch spot, Café 640 serves lunch and dinner as well. Located in the Poncey Highlands neighborhood of Eastern Atlanta, this restaurant serves American cuisine in a casual atmosphere. The Café Burger (USD11) is one of their most popular sandwiches, but the Turkey Burger Melt and Grilled Mahi Sandwich don't lag too far behind either. However popular the lunch and dinner offerings may be, it is the brunch that is the real winner, which keeps people coming back again and again. The brunch entrées comprise banana pancakes, Eggs Benedict, Southern fried chicken biscuits and many more delicious items that you can enjoy between 11a and 4p on Saturdays and 10a and 4p on Sundays. The brunch drinks include beer, cocktails and wines. The restaurant also features a great outdoor patio.
699 Ponce de Leon Avenue Northeast Ford Factory Square Atlanta, GA 30308 +1 404 249 9020
Cameli's walks that difficult line between busy order-out joint and comfortable, classic dining room. Whatever your choice for dinner, however, the end result is gorging on delicious pizzas at a great price. The dining room is covered in a variety of vibrant hues. Abstract oil paintings along the walls add that special touch of trendy intimacy. Their menu of pastas, paninis and salads is a welcome change for those who want a different taste.
208 Carroll Street Southeast Atlanta, GA 30312 +1 404 577 2700
Tucked away on a narrow street in the former mill village of Cabbagetown, Carroll Street Café is the perfect neighborhood bistro. Open early and closing late, this cozy European-style eatery is a great place to linger for dinner and drinks on a Saturday night. Or, try a Sunday morning for a cappuccino and hearty brunch. Carroll Street Café offers a diverse menu of breakfast items, sandwiches, salads, tapas, pasta dishes and entrees like blue cheese New York strip steak and curry basil chicken. Check the daily specials board for even more offerings. Plus, you can't miss the dessert case stocked with a variety of decadent cakes and pastries. - Beth Dolgner
727 Wylie Street Southeast Atlanta, GA 30316 +1 404 522 0966
Delicious food, delightful drinks and reasonable fare personify this little bar with an old world charm. 97 Estoria is a local favorite and regularly sees an eclectic mix of locals gathered here for a drink or bite. Themed nights and special events add an element of excitement to the pleasant ambiance pervading this place. Socialize with the locals over a drink or game of pool and catch up on the happenings around town.
904 Memorial Drive Atlanta, GA 30316 +1 678 732 0415
H. Harper Station was established as a restaurant and bar where friends could enjoy an enjoyable meal and drinks, and that is just the kind of place it has succeeded in becoming. Situated in Reynoldstown, it is open for dinner between 5p and 10p between Tuesday and Thursday, whereas between 10p and 12a light snacks are served; on Friday and Saturday, dinner is till 11p, after which light snacks are served till closing time at 12a. Brunch is served on Sundays between 11a and 3p. The dinner menu features a range of small plates like fried chicken livers and chicken and waffles; there are bigger plates of offerings like Berkshire pork loin, BBQ spiced Carolina catfish and seafood stew. But perhaps the most popular menu is that of the libations, featuring some great cocktails, punch bowls, wine and beer. A good choice for a fun time out with friends.
150 Roswell Street Southeast Atlanta, GA 30060 +1 770 792 8840
This small venue puts a trendy spin on the face of conservative Marietta. Facing the court buildings just east of the town square, Crystal's turns up the heat on the neighborhood nightlife. The small, unadorned bar is replete with bar stools, four tables, a tiny stage, and little else. Make that tiny stage your own on Tuesday nights, as Open Mic Night draws crowds beginning at 9p. A full bar is present, as well as some snack and sandwich options. Better dining options are well within walking distance, however.
600 Ashwood Parkway Dunwoody, GA 30338 +1 770 399 9900
If you enjoy a good meal of seafood, then this is the place for you. McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks is known to serve the best seafood and steaks around. The steaks are excellent, cooked to perfection and well flavored. But nothing comes close to the deliciousness of the seafood. Start off your meal with the Lump Crab Flower or the Coast to Coast Tuna. Once you get your appetite going, you could try the delicious Asian BBQ Shrimp or the Lobster Ravioli that comes with the most delectable sauce. If you are still on for dessert take your pick from the Chocolate Bag or the Creme Brulée.
700 Ashwood Parkway Dunwoody, GA 30338 +1 678 587 0017
Brio Tuscan Grille - Perimeter has the best happy hours you can get around here. Relax over a couple of drink and then dive right into the menu to pick out several delicious dishes. The must-haves here are several but maybe you could start of with the Roasted Garlic, Spinach & Artichoke Dip. Served nice and hot, this is a great way to start your meal. Brio's here is known to serve up great ravioli, so try out the Ravioli Di Bello or the Lobster & Shrimp Ravioli with Crab Insalata. Finish off with a staisfying portion of BRIO's Dessert Trio and you've just had a meal you will not forget for a long time!
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