Georgia's Newest City Brookhaven has a main street full of locations for eating & drinking, and then eating some more.
If there's a restaurant to check out in Brookhaven coming from outside the area, than its have to be Haven. Chef Stephen Herman has a menu that rolls with the seasons & also hosts a popular Sunday brunch.
Sister restaurant to Haven down the block, Valenza has found its groove with Northern Italian cuisine served up by Chef Matt Swickerath. As with Haven, you'll find a seasonal menu & a wine list heavy with choices from around Italy.
Although physically not very far away from Buford Highway, Verde serves up a taco joint for gringos with a large patio & kid friendly atmosphere. They pride themselves on their infused tequila margaritas.
Pour serves the area providing a quaint wine bar with a full menu if desired. Starters include pan seared scallops & tuna tataki along with various flatbreads and full on entrees
Georgia's newest city Brookhaven is light on cuisine in comparison to its neighbor Buckhead & Chef Joey Riley & his bistro aimed to change that with his bistro. Global comfort food is served & has proven popular with the locals.
The popular Inman Park gourmet market now has a sister on Dresden in Brookhaven. Savi may look like your ordinary convenience store, but dig deeper and you'll find artisan cheeses, craft beer & gourmet sandwiches that you won't find at the Kwik-E-Mart