Some artists don't allow coolers or other food and beverage items to be brought in for their concerts, crappy right? But hey why not just arrive earlier and try out of these local restaurants.
Some of the best sushi in town; great specials and original dishes!
Awesome bakery, but they also have an incredible lunch menu with a tonkotsu ramen that rivals some of the city's best!
Horseradish Grill has been around forever and is a great choice for al fresco dining or before a show at Chastain Park. Their refined southern cooking always hits the spot and they consistently have one of the best shrimp and grits plates in the city.
In my opinion, Hal's has the best steak in town and has one of the most lively bar scenes around. It can get a little loud, but it's fun, and the people watching is amazing...especially at the bar; think sugar daddies on the prowl!
Always busy, always solid. La Fonda serves up traditional Mexican and other Latin american fare and has been for years. I usually stick with the tacos, and a margarita is a must!
Creative South African food on the edge of North Buckhead; it's not your typical Buckhead spot so be open-minded, but the food is solid. Try the Kingclip fish and the elk if they have it.
Causal and quick, PNC serves up traditional Q with a pretty solid brisket; they also have canned sodas which I like!
Great sister restaurant to Tasty China, but you have to know what to order: bamboo fish, dry fried eggplant, maupo tofu, shan city chicken
Grilled octopus and perfect wood grilled pizzas; don't forget to a try the negroni on tap!