3375 Buford Highway Northeast Suite No. 1060 Atlanta, GA 30329
Panahar are pioneers of Bangladeshi cuisine in Atlanta. Bring your own booze and feast on a delicious lunch buffet offered everyday. The spread features timeless favorites like Biryani, Korma and Vindaloo, heavily influenced by Indian flavors. Start off with Kabab and Teek-ka, freshly grilled on the Tandoori and move on to an array of classic vegetarian specialties. Traditional breads like Naan and Paraata are paired beautifully with aromatic curries and spice-infused gravies. Channa Masala and Aloo Matar are popular choices for their authenticity. The prices albeit low, the quality is far from comprised on. Earthy tones and sheer drapes give the place a warm and welcoming vibe.
1410 Dresden Drive Suite 100, Village Place Brookhaven Atlanta, GA 30319
True to its name, Kaleidoscope Bistro & Pub is painted sunny yellow, with large abstracts in red, yellow, and orange lining the walls. Serving 'global comfort food' for dinner and weekend brunch, the menu features anything from American southern classics like country fried chicken and Carolina Flounder to the spicy Wok Fried Maine Calamari. The establishment pulls most of its visitors during the after work hours and weekends, who come in for a taste of ice cold beer or mixed drinks. Sit inside or enjoy the outside air on the large patio.
Open once again after a hiatus of several years, the 57th Fighter Group is a World War II-themed restaurant with windows overlooking the runways of Peachtree-DeKalb Airport. Designed to look like a European farmhouse and filled with WWII-era decor, the ambiance offers a unique experience. Even the long drive leading to the parking lot has a nostalgic feel. Aviation enthusiasts can sit at tables equipped with headphones, which stream the radio transmissions between pilots and the nearby control tower. Sandwiches are served during lunch with homemade chips, but at night the most popular dishes are steaks. The Sweetwater 420 beer cheese soup is not to be missed as an appetizer.
2042 Johnson Ferry Road Cambridge Shopping Center Atlanta, GA 30319
Young professionals and large families crowd the small booths and large tables at lunch at this lively restaurant. The decor is typically Mexican, with white adobe trim anchoring a full ensemble of south-of-the-border regalia. You'll have a hard time finding a better fajita platter anywhere in town, steak or chicken. Be assured you won't go away hungry. Steaks, salads, and a full line of traditional Mexican favorites complete the menu. Full bar service available. Call for additional locations throughout metro Atlanta.
3375 Buford Highway Northeast Plaza Shopping Center Atlanta, GA 30329
Offering great Peruvian food at affordable prices, Machu Picchu is a nice break in the solid chain of Asian restaurants on Buford Highway. The dining room will put you in the mindset of a trip to the lofty Andes. The atmosphere's a bit dark, but this lends to the exotic feel. The all-Peruvian menu boasts several interesting seafood combinations such as spicy shellfish with rice. Be prepared to experiment, but always order some rice, because it is a fragrant variation of the rice used in the cuisine of other cultures.
Don't let the 20-foot (six-meter) skull that serves as an entryway deter you from enjoying the best burgers and pub food in the city. When club-hopping in Atlanta, a visit to this late-night spot is a must. This fun restaurant offers big portions, low prices and good food. The award-winning Vortex Burger is a half-pound (0.22 kilograms) burger with all the trimmings and there is a choice of pub-style sandwiches and salads. Vegetarian alternatives and non-beef sandwiches are available, while beers from all around the world serve as the popular foundation for most guests' evenings.
Tucked away from the traffic of Little Five Points, this homey spot is easily missed, but not by locals. Crowds line the sidewalk on weekend mornings for omelets, pancakes and, of course, the signature biscuits. Dinners are less famous, but feature Southern goodies such as Dixie meatloaf and many vegetarian offerings. The cozy storefront is arranged into two rambling rooms with mismatched chairs and peculiar wall murals, but you'll feel right at home, especially when the biscuits arrive. If you want a glass of wine with your meal, bring it along.
Planet Bombay looks to encapture the infectious spirit of Mumbai and its unrivaled melting pot status. The menu encompasses an amalgamation of flavors that represent cooking styles from across India. Start off with Chicken Tandoori and Kababs, fresh from the clay oven and served with rice and soup. Spice-infused curries like Chicken Tikka Masala and Paneer Makhani make a great pairing with traditional flat-bread naan on offer. Authentic Indian art dons the walls of the unassuming establishment, and the welcoming vibe and warm ambiance transport you to a quaint cafe in Colaba. Although majorly Indian in type, the menu, interestingly also features some Chinese mainstays like chicken fried rice and tofu specialties.
Trattoria Il Localino is a restaurant that aims to familiarize the residents of Little Five Points and beyond with authentic Italian flavors. Although it isn't the cheapest restaurant around, it is a great place if you're in the mood for authentic Italian cuisine. There are some delicious entrées like chicken piccata, chicken madeira and shrimp scampi on the menu. There is an extensive wine list for you to pick from, and combined with the Italian dinner music, makes for a perfect romantic night out.
The trendy Radial serves up breakfast, lunch and a popular brunch. Radial is proud of their organic, fair -trade coffee and tea choices, as well as their free range eggs. They also offer plenty of vegetarian options. For breakfast, menu items include a vegan hash, red flannel hash (made with corned beef), and buckwheat pancakes. At lunchtime, the menu ranges from the classic burger to a leek burger. The Hawaiian ham sandwich and jerk turkey burger offer a bit of flair to the menu, as well. Grits are always an option, no matter what time of day it may be.
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