10 Best Atlanta Restaurants

  • 870 Inman Village Parkway Northeast Suite 1, Atlanta • Inman Park
    Zoe Gregorace - Amazing Mediterranean cuisine ( & cocktails) in ATL. Love the vibe too!
    Dakota Stern - "Translating to "heart, captured" in Farsi, Delbar is a love letter to the influential dishes that shaped Fares Kargar’s youth and the women in his life who instilled his deep appreciation for Middle Eastern cooking."
    Georgia Dalton - Best place for Mediterranean food with an awesome atmosphere!
  • 1059 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd, Atlanta • West End
    Mark Taylor II - Eating “good” isn’t just a thing when it comes to Tassili’s Raw Reality Cafe. The restaurant is committed to providing nutrious, delicious and expeditious food. My experience over the years has been nothing short of just that.

    I recently took a visit to get a bite of this black-owned business’ bold flavors to satisfy my appetite for something healthful and tasty. While dining in isn’t currently an option to adhere to the pandemic and Covid-19 safety percautions, I drove home fast to dive into my their signature OG Wrap and their new seasonal Smokehouse Chili!

    They customized the wrap to my dietary needs (since Acid Reflux doesn’t agree well with the raw tomatoes that come with it) including a mix of spicy and regular fresh kale, avocado, sun-dried tomatoes, and vegan mayo! For me, the HUGE half-size portion was enough to fill me up along with that warm bowl of Chili that i’d never had before. That hearty mix of pinto beans, beyond meat, celery, bell peppers, onions, jalapenos, potatoes, carrots, tomatoes and cilantro was all I needed for this cold extra-long winter.

    Check them out the next time you want a healthful vegan meal that’ll make your tastebuds worship veggies!

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    recommended by Susan Smith
  • 3393 Peachtree Rd, NE, Atlanta
    Sally Peter - Great place for healthy, whole, flavorful food with an energetic ambiance. They do a great job making really delicious vegan and vegetarian dishes that aren't laden with oil, plus plenty of creative choices for omnivores too.
    Steve P - Love their creative menu
    Tori McGee - This restaurant is very healthy and offers a variety of vegan food options
  • 1542 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW, Atlanta • West End
    Mark Taylor II - Words can’t express the love and lust that I have for the delicious desires on the vegan menu that this restaurant has to offer.

    One of my favorite menu items is the “One Night Stand” (don’t judge me 😅), which features a
    Plant-based patty loaded with vegan bacon, vegan cheese, caramelized onions, lettuce, tomato, and our Slut Sauce on a vegan Hawaiian bun!

    If you only had this for one night, it’d be worth it.

    I last visited their location in Edgewood (an Atlanta metropolitan area) with my cousins when I discovered their Ralph David Abernathy location was closed for remodeling.

    They also have desserts like banana budding and some crafty adult slushies (alcohol infused and non-alcohol flavors available) that are tantalizing to the the tastebuds!
    Jordan Cook - What started as a food truck now has 3 locations... and probably a long line too. BUT their vegan bacon is unmatched so It's worth it!
  • 3086 Briarcliff Rd NE, Atlanta
    Dakota Stern - This is a modern Ethiopian restaurant offering traditional dishes in a cozy, inviting atmosphere.
    Jordan Cook - One of my first eatery experiences in Atlanta, order the Sheeba wine and feel like a queen!
  • 466 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta • Sweet Auburn
    Dakota Stern - Sister Louisa’s is quirky and fun, and the dive bar atmosphere with ping pong tables, religious décor, and cheap drinks really makes this place something special. Go check them out today! On Friday night, you're sure to meet friendly business creatives and industry trailblazers.
    Jordan Cook - Don't go if sacrilegious things offend you, this place is full of them. I myself enjoy the humor and concept of this place. Make a friend, play ping pong, grab a drink and folks to join you in the photo booth.
  • 427 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta • Sweet Auburn
    Dakota Stern - Go here to entertain your kids for a of couple hours while you and your friends catch up over cold beers, all for under $30!
    Jordan Cook - I'm always down for a barcade, plus this one is in the Edgewood area which is noted for its nightlife.
  • 961 Amsterdam Ave NE, Atlanta
    Lynne Tanzer - As far as Thai food goes I'm a complete wimp and my husband likes his face to be on fire. At Ma Li, we can both be satisfied and share fortune cookies afterward. We moved from the East side of town to the Westside, and I'm happy to drive the 20 minutes it takes to go pick up our order because the food never disappoints. The staff is all so lovely, and I can't wait to go on a proper date there once things open up again.
    Naomi Whitaker - The masaman curry here is the best in Atlanta. That’s it. The rest of the food is great too but what sets it apart is the masaman.
  • 541 Main St NE F170, Atlanta • Buckhead
    Dakota Stern - This restaurant is located in a loft-like Lindbergh brownstone. They serve both classic and modernized Thai food, and their cocktails are really unique and creative.
    Kennedy Kirkland - I went there for my anniversary and the service was awesome! I felt safe and they followed all of the precautions. My husband enjoyed the food and he can’t wait to go back! Glad he loved it because their food is so delicious
  • 10. Buteco
    1039 Grant St SE Suite C-10, Atlanta • Grant Park
    Naomi Whitaker - Nice spot for brazilian food. Very delicious. The service was helpful and kind. This place has a great design. Similar to a cafe in Las Vegas I loved.
    recommended by Dakota Stern