Roswell restaurants hold their own when it comes to dining out in Atlanta. And whether you already live outside the perimeter or you're trekking up 400, we've found five Roswell restaurants that are worth the effort. From a fine dining champ to instantly tempting new Southern (Relish's pimento cheese fritters, pictured), here's our guide to the best Roswell restaurants.
Bars in Decatur aren't necessarily thought of as ?hot,? but don't overlook the nightlife in this sleepy mini-metro due east of Atlanta. With a slew of outstanding, visionary bars in or around Decatur Square, and a diverse demographic, Decatur is one of the more colorful and cultured Atlanta neighborhoods in which to drink. From Atlanta's best beer bar to a watering hole that revolves its menu around desserts (Chocolate Bar, pictured), we give you our top Decatur bars.
It's not hard to get from one top-tier Decatur restaurant to the next?you just walk. There is no truer city district in Atlanta than downtown Decatur and the pedestrian-friendly streets that surround its square. The up-and-down hills, parallel avenues and towering courthouse make it feel like a miniature Athens. But it's the ability to venture from a James Beard Award-winner to Atlanta's most popular taqueria to a foodie-focused gastropub makes us love Decatur and Decatur restaurants even more. (Photo: The Iberian Pig)
Be it a milkshake or a classic Coke float, there is no better summer treat than a chilly beverage made with ice cream. However, things really get dangerous when you add alochol to the frosty mix for a boozy milkshake or liquor-spiked float. With Hobnob leading the way with a trio of loaded milkshakes, we've pinpointed the five restaurants and bars in Atlanta where you can get mischievous with childhood favorites. Read on!
The stretch of Peachtree starting at North Avenue and stretching 14 blocks north to 15th Street is called Midtown Mile. And we think this mile-long stretch of our city's most iconic street is perfect for bar crawling. Join in the fun and check out these Midtown Mile bars (and one sushi restaurant disguised as a bar) that all boast a Peachtree Street address.
There is just something magical about fried chicken. And to properly cover (or uncover) Atlanta's best spots for fried chicken, I enlisted the help of Citysearch Dictator and Southern food connoisseur, Adam Johnson, to contribute. From cafeterias in Tucker to Beard-award winners, we dish the scoop on 10 restaurants that will have you licking Atlanta's best fried chicken off your fingers in no time.
The Old Fourth Ward, with its rough-around-the-edges environment and dicey parking, is producing some of the most talked about (and interesting) restaurants in town. From Top Flr's recent second edition to one of the best vegetarian restaurants in the country (Dynamic Dish, pictured), our guide to the virtually undiscovered Old Fourth Ward restaurants.
Because Atlanta's neighborhoods vary so much in style, character and entertainment options, the hotel you choose is going to play an important role in your visiting experience. So whether you want to stay in a traditional five-star hotel across the street from the ritzy Phipps Plaza, a boutique hotel that is within walking distance of Downtown's tourist attractions or an Atlanta classic like the Georgian Terrace (pictured), we've got the top 10 hotels and why you should stay there.
Atlanta may not have iconic tourist attractions like Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco or the Statue of Liberty in New York, but never fear, incoming travelers, we've got five classic options that are not only entertaining, but are also truly unique to the capital of the South. From soaking up MLK history to our most recent splash (the Georgia Aquarium, pictured), here are our top five things tourists should do in Atlanta.
One of Atlanta's most fascinating, undiscovered neighborhoods also has some of its most fascinating, undiscovered bars. Sitting just south of the Georgia Dome, facing railroad tracks that shield Spring Street, Castleberry Hill is the only true industrial loft district in Atlanta and that gritty feel enlivens its bars. So whether you're looking for a nightcap after the neighborhood's massively popular Second Friday Art Stroll or you just want to discover a new Castleberry Hill bar, we've got the neighborhood's best.