Dopest Restaurants In Atlanta
In honor of this year’s star-studded Big Game in
Atlanta Adlanna, we compiled an ESSENTIAL list of the city’s most delicious, non-touristy and life-changing food spots to guide you through a week filled with next-level flexin, never-ending traffic, twerking in Waffle House parking lots, extravagant lacefronts and good ‘ole southern hospitality.
Hit the flip for our must-see Atlanta restaurant Bible to guide you during Super Bowl week.
Fred’s Meat & Bread – Listen. This Krog St. Market gem is incredible. The burger stack, cheesesteak and garlic fries will change your life.
Milk & Honey – the food here is slap-yo-meemaw amazing. The deep fried salmon hash will make you speak in tongues at the table.
BeetleCat – They have a real-life delicious “Luther.” No, seriously, it’s lit. And their Korean wings and lobster roll are A1.
Home Grown – Everything is amazing but the biscuits & gravy thooo–whew chil-lay. 1 of their planet-sized pancakes could feed a small village
Slutty Vegan – Quite possibly the BEST vegan burger you’ll EVER eat (EVER). It’s the Beyoncé of vegan burgers. No cap.
Heirloom Market BBQ – BEST new-age BBQ spot in Atlanta
JR Crickets – order the wettest lemon pepper wings possible. LEGENDARY.
Octopus Bar – BEST lobster roll in Atlanta. Period.
Ann’s Snack Bar – No questions. Just order the burger.
The Juicy Crab – A bag full of seafood deliciousness awaits you. Get the Juicy Special seasoning and add sausage if you’re feeling spicy.
Mr. Everything – Order the rice bowl. You’re welcome.
Bon Ton – they have applewood smoked snow crab. Yes, you read that right. And several other delectable dishes.
Spondivits – OK, so this is kinda tourist-y–cool, whatever–but you can’t deny the deliciousness in dem buckets.
Joy Cafe – Top 5 Brunch in Atlanta with breathtaking customer service. The Steak & Egg tacos (and literally everything else) are woo.
Richards’ Southern Fried – Another Krog St. gem. The chicken sandwich and collard green pho are delightful.
Houston’s – The Hawaiian Ribeye is magnificent. A true bad bish.
Gio’s Chicken – Man, look. Their signature lemon chicken is flaaaames.
Thumbs Up – Atlanta’s most consistent go-to spot. The food is heavenly.
Le Petit Marché – Black-owned with beautiful (and tasty) food.
Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit –
Poor Calvin’s – Their menu is a bit extra but YES. All YES EVERYTHING.
Muss & Turner’s – Looking for a great speakeasy with great food? Boom.
Three Dollar Cafe – Order the Buffalo Bleu Chicken sandwich. The end.
Canoe – one of the sexiest $200 date spots in ATL with a captivating menu.
Takorea – The sesame fries, KFC takos and fried rice are sooooo good. So, so good.
The Beautiful – You see the pic. FIRE.
Fat Matt’s Rib Shack – RIBS. GET THE RIBS.
Delia’s Chicken Stand – the most clutch late-night spot in the city
Nuevo Laredo Cantina – Craving Mexican? Pull up here. They have LOBSTER enchiladas.
Dat Fire Jerk Chicken – Top 5 most underrated Jamaican spot in the city
Jeni’s Ice Cream – Yes, it’s as good as it looks