Atlanta's first planned suburb is full of older homes, a popular, and eclectic spring festival, and more restaurant patios than you can shake a stick at. Feel free to walk or bike off the pounds along the nearby Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail
Sotto Sotto leaves the red-sauced soaked Italian to the other guys and serves up honest authentic classics with excellent service . Their risotto is my favorite in the city and their back patio is one of the city's best kept secrets.
Long before the latest rounds of Atlanta's pizza wars, Fritti had been serving up delightful Neapolitan style pies with an approachable wine list. Their expansive patio is the place to be on a sunny afternoon.
Bartenders aren't shy with the pours & the kitchen is kickin' late into the evening. Get the coconut curry mussels & a moonshine cocktail.
A suburban favorite for years, this intown branch of the Alpharetta original serves up approachable Mexican food and boasts a large patio perfect for Inman Park people watching. Their popular margaritas are half off every Monday.
Tucked into Inman Park you'll find a wildly creative menu by culinary rebel Robert Phalen. From offal to octopus, the choice is yours.
Victory is a casual eatery with small gourmet sandwiches that pack a culinary punch and simple cocktails & canned beer. The featured drink, the Jack & Coke slushie is a perfect drink on a summer day on the patio. It's also a late night favorite open until 2am.
Try one of the sampler platter specials to try a number of tapas at a fair price & be sure to try something new from the eclectic wine list