The Atlanta Food & Wine Festival welcomes thousands of residents and out-of-towners to the streets of Midtown each year for food, spirits and a great time. The Midtown Atlanta location will find you with plenty of dining & drinking options for unwinding once the tasting tents close.
Skip the rest & try the finest craft beer lineup in Atlanta at Cypress. Tuesday nights feature special releases - for Beer Geeks only!
When it comes to new southern cuisine in Atlanta, South City Kitchen has championed it long before the Johnny-come-latelies. Favorites include their creative takes on fried chicken and fried green tomatoes.
The farm to table concept is so passé at this point that Ecco kicks it up a notch with their own rooftop garden for fresh apps & cocktails.
I love mayo but it has no place in my lobster roll! For that, Steamhouse has my favorite in town.
Once you step inside Ri Ra, you forget that you're in a large condominium building with the warm woods & lighting that you'd expect in a good Irish pub. The food menu has rotating monthly specials and in addition to the standard Guiness, Ri Ra touts a sampler of various Irish whiskeys
James Beard winner Hugh Acheson's Atlanta outpost is a Midtown favorite & its menu changes daily. I'm a fan of the superfood plate at lunch and you never know what will be on the dinner menu. The wine & cocktail program are killer & don't forget to leave room for dessert
A Sleek & modern steakhouse on the Midtown Mile, features a club like atmosphere popular with Midtowners and celebrities alike.
Fun, modern seafood restaurant just steps away from Peachtree Street. Inspired by Buford Highway & Vietnam, the octopus and pork lettuce wraps are a must try
This restaurant takes the place of Silk and has been completely changed from a sleek modern look to a vintage European style. Servers are quick to share their favorites and it's a good idea to get a mix of pasta & pizza to share.