Think beyond the steakhouse and take your Dad out on the town at some of Atlanta's finest restaurants for a manly meal
Check out the onsite river bar for local brews, fine wines & cocktails on the banks of the Chattahoochee
There's no need to make the trek intown as all of the favorites, including the fried green tomatoes, buttermilk fried chicken and shrimp & grits of the original are available a stone's throw outside the perimeter
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.
Chef EJ Hodgkinson has infused new life into JCT Kitchen with fresh flavors, a frequently updated menu and a fun take on seasonal ingredients
Chef Todd Richards made be new in the kitchen but he's made waves in Atlanta for years, even gracing the pages of Esquire magazine. His dishes are elegant and the vibe is relaxed in this neighborhood restaurant. Don't hesitate to ask for wine suggestions.
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
Local Three's acclaimed brunch welcomes patrons inside the kitchen for a smorgasboard of hearty breakfast and lunch items. Don't miss their list of fine whiskeys on the drink menu
Table & Main has received national acclaim for its southern dishes & laid back atmosphere. The expansive patio and porch seating make you feel at home
Parking is free but tricky to fine. Swing behind the building to Peachtree Center Avenue and ring the buzzer after hours.
The Optimist is hot, with national acclaim and a chef that keeps adding onto his empire. The menu changes often and although seafood is definitely the main draw, beef, pork & chicken make regular appearances on the menu. Don't miss Chef Taria's creative desserts & the stellar cocktails.