Buckhead spot Gypsy Kitchen is patio dining at its best. Their patio is a wonderful place to share a smooch with your loved one, with plenty of heaters to keep you both cozy in the fall and winter time. Barcelona Wine Bar. Ruby Chow's.
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It also seems like the rest of Atlanta is just as impressed, as both their West Midtown and Inman Park locations are always bustling. The hottest cocktail bar in town, a new Italian spot in West Midtown, and a brand new brunch spot in Sandy Springs are all things to look forward to visiting this month. Settle into one of their soft, buttery leather recliners, and order up an old-fashioned.
Bistro Niko. The octopus is to die for, their blue corn tortillas are handmade and cooked the traditional way, and all of their mezcal drinks are super tasty.
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Le Bilboquet is a total experience. This gorgeous restaurant right at The Battery has all the speakeasy vibes. Your date will delight in their tapas, sangria, and wine offerings, and they often have live music for dinner and a show! We think not, and we love all the varieties available, from cheesy Tex-mex goodness, to authentic street tacos on corn tortillas, to authentic birria.
Buckhead mainstay Aria is consistently named of the top restaurants in Atlanta, and we invite you to come SEE why for yourself! So take a look at our list and let the drinking be GIN! A dumpling is some truly magical foodstuff, found throughout all different cultures around the world.
Ecco Buckhead. Summer in Atlanta means leisurely walks on the Beltline and more importantly, amazing food and drinks on the Beltline! Linger over dessert and enjoy their gorgeous interiors, renovated recently in and a sight to behold. A lot! Le Colonial. Take your sweetie to enjoy classic French fare at this Buckhead staple.
While we are not going to be confused with New York or for that matter Boston or Chicago we do have a lot to be proud of and keep getting better which is why compiling this list was not easy but it is indeed what I am paid to do…. Split a carafe of sangria with your date, share some patatas bravas and albondigas, and have a fabulous time with this Spanish spot.
A mano has us coming back and back again for their classic pasta dishes. Restaurants listed below in no particular order. Think sexy, 70s vibes with an unfancy and affordable homegrown diner menu. When you think date night, you think Italian, you think French, but how does a bit of Russian flare sound? NAM Kitchen also boasts an elegant and modern interior that really elevate the whole experience, and you can even catch a show or concert afterwards. NAM Kitchen. The Springs Cinema and Tap House.
You can even make a whole evening out of it with a meander around the Shops of Buckhead! For the ultimate wow factor, order up their 36oz Porterhouse and a flaming Baked Alaska for dessert. With new restaurants in Atlanta popping up every day, we still find ourselves coming back again and again to Barcelona… for brunchfor birthdaysand for date night.
Enjoy delicious Southern and New American food with a Georgia with your boo at classic Canoe. Their pastries are to die for. Another Chef Ford Fry spot, St. Cecilia is a great date rican spot for freshly made pasta. It really is one of the most romantic Atlanta in Atlanta.
Gluten-free options are also available. We love their brunch offerings, like the toad in the hole. Their curry pie and hanger steak are some of the best things on the menu! For a main course, their scallops are always perfectly seared. Their menu is an eclectic mix of pan-Asian tapas, with baos and pork belly and very interesting soy sauce egg dish called S hoyu Tomago. Here are some of our favorites that you must try! Their risotto is perfectly savory, and their bruschetta is a great way to start your meal. For fabulous food and even more fabulous views, seek a fantastic meal and head to higher ground at these Atlanta rooftops.
There are some serious Mad Men vibes inside at their cigar bar, where you can enjoy a smoke with your meal. Chinese food, ahh how much do we all love it? With new restaurants in Atlanta popping up every day, we still find ourselves coming back again and again to Barcelona… for brunch, for birthdays, and for date night.
Arnette's Chop Shop. But now, quite a few have popped up around town, serving up the flavors and flair of the Philippines. To start dating your meal, enjoy their lobster appetizer consisting of soft, buttery lobster and smooth, creamy truffle potatoes. The menu is ever-changing with the seasons woman they source their ingredients from local purveyors, but you can expect only the best from this award-winning Atlanta institution. The interiors are luxe and there is some heated outdoor seating as well if you prefer to dine outside. Is there any food as beloved in America as Mexican food?
The Garden Room. Set against the Chattahoochee just west of Northside Drive, Rays brings a fine-dining touch to a tranquil corner of the city.
Enjoy top tier French cuisine in their light and airy dining room. We love a great, cheap eat just as much as anyone but there are also Atlanta restaurants that are absolutely worth the splurge.
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Cabernet Steakhouse is a date night spot that the guys will love just as much as the ladies. Enjoy handmade pasta right in the heart of Inman Park at Boccalupo! Their bar and patio are a blast in the summertime. Plan ahead and book your reservation in advance as they get filled up, and be sure to come back to try their brunch!
We love their intimate and sexy atmosphere with vintage inspired decor that nods to the past. The Atlanta dining scene is heating up with these new additions to the city! A part of the new Sandy Springs City Springs development, The Select has been making a name for itself in the community with rave reviews from diners and food critics alike.
Gypsy Kitchen. The energy somehow simultaneously both lively and cozy, leading to a date that will earn you tons of brownie points. I love it for a business lunch, I love it on Buford Highway when celebrating a birthday, I love it when folks are in from out of town and I am wanting to show off the culinary diversity of our city. In the Shapiro home it has always been a Sunday night tradition but it goes way deeper than that. The pastries are also of note, from Young Gun Claudia Martinez. Nestled along the Chattahoochee River, Canoe has been delighting Atlanta diners for years and truly is one of the most romantic restaurants in Atlanta.
The Buckhead crowd knows newcomer Le Colonial is the real deal. The Select is also now open for brunch! Chai Yo Modern Thai. Is it just us or is the dining scene in Sandy Springs like, really heating up? Their carbonara always hits the spot, and their cacio e pepe has just the right amount of creaminess and pepper to satisfy. This sexy, upscale Buckhead spot is serving Thai cuisine that truly impresses. A truly special place in the heart of the Atlanta Dairies complex, make this place your next date night go-to.
Casi Cielo. Nikolai's Roof. The Optimist. Tiny Lou's. How does Atlanta stack up as a pizza city? Please order the sauteed filet mignon! Your date will delight in their tapas, sangria, and wine offerings. And did we also mention that the pasta is fantastic? After your dinner, you can enjoy some more rooftop fun with all the other rooftop happenings that always are going on at PCM. We love their gumbo, crave their lobster rolls on the reg, and can always find room to slurp down some of their fresh oysters.
Yebo is the perfect date night option for so many different reasons. Call us biased, but we think ATL is one of the most romantic and delicious cities in the U. And we can prove it with these restaurants that truly deliver both gourmet cuisine and romance. You decide! Casi Cielo is one of the the newest additions to the neighborhood serving upscale Oaxacan fare. You and your date will love this elegant Italian option!