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Atlanta's 13 Destination-Worthy Hotel Restaurants

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In a city filled with burgers, pizzas, and cronuts, let's not forget that Atlanta's also home to other notable restaurants, some of which happen to be housed in its notable hotels. Skeptical? Just think about these Atlanta restaurant hotel perks: ingredients from terrace gardens and honey from house-kept bees, ham bars and 12-layer cakes, brunch that goes on for miles, serious steaks, local outposts of global favorites, and rooms with panoramic views (some of them in motion). So, today we offer for your perusal Atlanta's best hotel restaurants—book your staycation now (we hear they all have A/C).


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Park 75 - Four Seasons

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Here, Chef Robert Gerstenecker sources ingredients from the restaurant’s very own terrace garden. Oh, and he keeps honey bees.

Southern Art - InterContinental

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Atlanta’s own concept from celeb chef Art Smith comes in very handy when you need an artisan ham bar, 12-layer red velvet cake, and a tumbler of bourbon. So, it comes in handy a lot.

The Café - the Ritz-Carlton

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You want to splurge here, believe us. Expensive ($59, plus $15 for the unlimited bubbly bar) but worth every penny, brunch includes traditional offerings as well as fresh shellfish, caviar, sushi, salads, carving stations, and stunning desserts.

The Lobby - The Ritz-Carlton Downtown

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A “resident pimentologist” (otherwise known as their chef, Brian Jones) serves free pimiento cheese in the lobby on Tuesdays and Fridays from 5-6:30 p.m. That is all.

The Palm - Westin Buckhead

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Here’s Atlanta’s outpost of this restaurant institution. Get your power-meal on with classic steak, lobster, and Italian spreads.

Sun Dial - Westin Peachtree Plaza

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Its sweeping views are currently getting spiffed up (closed for renovations until August), but check out the revolving restaurant after that—sitting 723 feet above city sidewalks, it made Open Table’s list of the top 100 panoramic restaurants.

Spice Market - W Midtown

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Mega-chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s homage to Southeast Asian street food has locations in NYC, Doha (Qatar), and London. And Atlanta.

BLT Steak - W Downtown

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Chef Cyrille Holota masters the steakhouse-bistro combo at this local outpost of the BLT empire. His background includes competing on the original Iron Chef in Japan and working with Joël Antunes in Atlanta’s best restaurants.

Cassis - Grand Hyatt Buckhead

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Did you know the Hyatt has a Sustainable and Responsible Eating Team? Their chef, Thomas McKeown, is a card-carrying member who also leads farmers’ market tours in his spare time.

Astor Court - The St. Regis

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RIP Paces 88. But why not enjoy a posh afternoon tea in the hotel’s still-functioning dining option, Astor Court. Little sandwiches and pastries will never die. Also, butlers.

SkyLounge - Glenn Hotel

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Rooftop. Drinks. View of our sparkling city.

Livingston/Proof & Provision at the Georgian Terrace

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The local movement meets white tablecloths upstairs and fanciful bar snacks downstairs. Solid cocktails in both realms.

Nikolai's Roof - Hilton Downtown

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Something old: the restaurant’s been on the 30th floor of the Hilton for over 35 years. Something new: this spring, Gayot featured Chef Stephanie Alderete as one of its "Top 5 Rising Chefs in the U.S."

Park 75 - Four Seasons

Here, Chef Robert Gerstenecker sources ingredients from the restaurant’s very own terrace garden. Oh, and he keeps honey bees.

Southern Art - InterContinental

Atlanta’s own concept from celeb chef Art Smith comes in very handy when you need an artisan ham bar, 12-layer red velvet cake, and a tumbler of bourbon. So, it comes in handy a lot.

The Café - the Ritz-Carlton

You want to splurge here, believe us. Expensive ($59, plus $15 for the unlimited bubbly bar) but worth every penny, brunch includes traditional offerings as well as fresh shellfish, caviar, sushi, salads, carving stations, and stunning desserts.

The Lobby - The Ritz-Carlton Downtown

A “resident pimentologist” (otherwise known as their chef, Brian Jones) serves free pimiento cheese in the lobby on Tuesdays and Fridays from 5-6:30 p.m. That is all.

The Palm - Westin Buckhead

Here’s Atlanta’s outpost of this restaurant institution. Get your power-meal on with classic steak, lobster, and Italian spreads.

Sun Dial - Westin Peachtree Plaza

Its sweeping views are currently getting spiffed up (closed for renovations until August), but check out the revolving restaurant after that—sitting 723 feet above city sidewalks, it made Open Table’s list of the top 100 panoramic restaurants.

Spice Market - W Midtown

Mega-chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s homage to Southeast Asian street food has locations in NYC, Doha (Qatar), and London. And Atlanta.

BLT Steak - W Downtown

Chef Cyrille Holota masters the steakhouse-bistro combo at this local outpost of the BLT empire. His background includes competing on the original Iron Chef in Japan and working with Joël Antunes in Atlanta’s best restaurants.

Cassis - Grand Hyatt Buckhead

Did you know the Hyatt has a Sustainable and Responsible Eating Team? Their chef, Thomas McKeown, is a card-carrying member who also leads farmers’ market tours in his spare time.

Astor Court - The St. Regis

RIP Paces 88. But why not enjoy a posh afternoon tea in the hotel’s still-functioning dining option, Astor Court. Little sandwiches and pastries will never die. Also, butlers.

SkyLounge - Glenn Hotel

Rooftop. Drinks. View of our sparkling city.

Livingston/Proof & Provision at the Georgian Terrace

The local movement meets white tablecloths upstairs and fanciful bar snacks downstairs. Solid cocktails in both realms.

Nikolai's Roof - Hilton Downtown

Something old: the restaurant’s been on the 30th floor of the Hilton for over 35 years. Something new: this spring, Gayot featured Chef Stephanie Alderete as one of its "Top 5 Rising Chefs in the U.S."

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