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23 Date Night Destinations Around Atlanta

Romantic restaurants, dimly lit cocktail lounges, buzzy game bars, and low-key establishments

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Whether it’s an intimate, candlelit dinner for two or simply a weekly night out on the town with that special someone, Atlanta offers plenty of great date night destinations. This list contains everything from romantic restaurants with gorgeous wine lists and dimly lit cocktail lounges to a buzzy game bar and low-key establishments serving brunch, lunch, and tapas.

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1. The Farmhouse

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10950 Hutchesons Ferry Rd
Chatt Hills, GA 30268
(770) 463-2622
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Escape the hustle and bustle of Atlanta and book a room at the Inn at Serenbe for a romantic weekend getaway. Dine on Southern dishes throughout lunch and dinner paired with wine and cocktails in the quaint dining room at the Farmhouse restaurant. Think pimento cheese, Chilean sea bass with shishito and asparagus succotash and fennel slaw, buttermilk fried chicken, and black forest cake for dessert. Reservations required.

2. Spring Restaurant

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36 Mill St
Marietta, GA 30060
(678) 540-2777
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The tight menu of dishes at chef Brian So’s restaurant showcases each season and changes frequently. Spring’s carefully selected list of wines are meant for pairing with So’s beautifully composed food. While the grape varietals may lean toward the familiar, many wines are organic, biodynamic, or simply hard to find retail. The small dining room here is cozy, warm, and intimate, so reservations are necessary. Reservations required.

3. Bacchanalia

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1460 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd NW Suite 1
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 365-0410
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Bacchanalia and its epic tasting menu continue to be date night institutions in Atlanta. The menu still includes the popular crab fritter, Maine lobster with caviar and brioche, and a rotating array of in-season entrees and desserts. Located next to market and cafe Star Provisions on Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard, reservations are necessary for a table here. Don’t have reservations? Head to the bar for cocktails, a glass of wine, and the a la carte menu. Reservations required.

4. The Painted Duck

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976 Brady Ave NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 352-0048
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For a fun date night out, consider the Painted Duck on Brady Avenue. The old school gaming parlour offers 16 lanes of duckpin bowling, Belgian feather bowling, horseshoe pits, knuckleball, and shuffleboard. A large and opulent crystal chandelier hangs overhead at the entrance to the bowling lanes to make it feel fancy, and there’s plenty of seating in the lounge and at the bar for dining on dishes like Peking duck, while sipping classic cocktails between games.

5. Aziza

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1170 Howel Mill rd Suite P10b
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 968-9437
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This intimate restaurant, located beneath Marcel at Westside Provisions District, serves a menu filled with dishes inspired by owner Tal Baum’s childhood in Israel. Aziza feels like stepping inside a New York City neighborhood restaurant, with its low ceilings, muted brown and green tones, and exposed brick walls. It’s a cozy spot to grab dinner paired with great cocktails and wine. Reservations encouraged. Covered patio seating.

6. Volare Wine & Bistro

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603 N Central Ave
Hapeville, GA 30354
(404) 503-6730
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Volare Bistro mixes elegance in an understated location overlooking the train tracks in historic Hapeville. This juxtaposition is also reflected in the dishes, which leans Southern-French fancy with dishes like the Cajun pastas, parmesan-encrusted cordon bleu, grilled Australian lamb chops in Grand Marnier gastrique, and mountain trout. Reservations encouraged.

7. Parlor

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249-A Peters St SW
Atlanta, GA 30313
(678) 515-3423
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This inviting petite cocktail den in historic Castleberry Hill is named for and fashioned after the room found in most 19th-century homes, where people gather following dinner for intimate conversation over drinks and light bites.

8. THE CHASTAIN - New American Bistro

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4320 Powers Ferry Rd NW
Atlanta, GA 30342
(404) 257-6416
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In 2020, former Atlas chef Christopher Grossman opened his all-day neighborhood restaurant the Chastain in the former Horseradish Grill. It’s become a dining destination for friends and families gathering for a meal and couples seeking a romantic night out. Open for counter-service biscuits and pastries at breakfast and lunch and table service in the evenings, some of the ingredients for the 20 or so dishes served on Grossman’s dinner menu are sourced from the restaurant’s garden. The outdoor seating arrangements at this restaurant are hard to beat, and offer everything from a casual conversation area by the stone fire pit to seating in the garden under an old oak tree. Reservations highly encouraged. Outdoor seating available.

9. The Consulate

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10 10th St NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 254-5760
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Every few weeks, the Consulate in Midtown brings the dishes, wine, and cocktails of countries from around the world to life on its menu. This sleek and stylish restaurant has a retro vibe, and includes plush leather and velvet half-moon booths, tables for two, an intimate bar, and tucked away corners for more private dining experiences. Reservations encouraged.

10. El Viñedo Local

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730 Peachtree St NE #100
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 596-8239
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For a casual date night (or afternoon) in Midtown, South American coffee, wine, and tapas bar El Viñedo Local is the spot for that. Owner Robert Kaster tapped Uruguayan native chef Bruno Vergara to create Latin dishes for the menu here to pair with his South American wine list, including arepas and perfectly baked empanadas and guava pastries, as well as a selection of ceviches, sandwiches, like a choripan, and plates of fried plantains, rice, and beans. Patio seating.

11. The Garden Room

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88 West Paces Ferry Rd NW
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 600-6471
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This small plates restaurant and bar part of Atlas at the St. Regis Hotel in Buckhead serves dinner and drinks within a lush, romantic garden setting. The menu includes dishes like a yellowtail and citrus salad, a lobster roll, a wagyu coulotte, and desserts such as Madeleines and daily sorbet paired with wine and cocktails. Dress code.

12. Lucian Books and Wine

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3005 Peachtree Rd NE Suite 300
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 549-2655
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New to the Atlanta dining scene, Lucian Books and Wine has become a popular spot for people seeking good books, good food, and good wine under one roof. Located at Modera Buckhead, Lucian specializes in titles centered around art, design, food, and culture and carries nearly 250 wines by the bottle and 15 wines by the glass. Chef Brian Hendrickson approaches the food served at Lucian with the same thoughtfulness and care as owners Katie Barringer does with books and Jordan Smelt does with wine. Nothing is an afterthought, including the sauces, which Hendrickson says can take up to three days to make for each dish on the menu. Reservations required for tables and for the bar. Read more about Lucian here.

13. Storico Fresco Alimentari e Ristorante

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3167 Peachtree Rd NE Suite S
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 500-2181
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Storico Fresco in Buckhead is likely one of the best places in Atlanta to buy and consume fresh pasta. Portions here are easily shared. Order a couple of pastas for the table, like the cacio e pepe, squid ink ravioli with salmon belly, or lasagna alla bolognese. The wine list at Storico is carefully curated for the menu it serves, including plenty of Italian reds, whites, and sparkling wines. For a more intimate experience, grab a seat at the small bar or at one of the nearby tables in the corner. Reservations encouraged. Outdoor seating.

14. Aria

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490 East Paces Ferry Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 233-7673
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Aria continues to be one of Buckhead’s top date night destinations. After years of serving as a white tablecloth fine dining establishment, chef Gerry Klaskala remodeled the restaurant to appeal to a younger generation of diners. Now it’s a bit more relaxed and casual — there’s a bar and lounge for drinks and snacks for an impromptu night out. The kitchen consistently cranks out Aria favorites, like butter braised lobster, slow braised pork, and lump crab cakes. Aria continues to carry one of Atlanta’s most comprehensive wine lists, too. Reservations required. Outdoor seating available.

15. BoccaLupo

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753 Edgewood Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 577-2332
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Inman Park restaurant BoccaLupo quickly became both a neighborhood favorite and a date night destination restaurant when it opened in 2013. Head in for the fresh, handmade pasta (the black spaghetti and the 20-yolk tagliatelle are now Atlanta classics,) stay for the wine and cocktails. Chef Bruce Logue also offers a four-course pasta tasting menu each night. Reservations encouraged. Bar open for walk-ins. Covered patio seating.

16. Fellows Cafe

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1088 Green St
Roswell, GA 30075
(678) 983-1481
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Not all dates happen during the day. A recent addition to downtown Roswell’s restaurant scene, Fellow’s Cafe resides inside a historic yellow bungalow on Green Street just off of busy Canton Street. Open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch, find a seat on the small front porch or underneath the old oak tree along Green Street or inside at one of the tables in the cozy dining room.

17. Bread & Butterfly

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290 Elizabeth St NE F
Atlanta, GA 30307
(678) 515-4536
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Inspired by the cafes of Paris, this sunny Inman Quarter cafe shines with French bistro fare and a simple, but excellent wine list. Dine on dishes such as a decadent burger with Swiss and caramelized onions, steak frites, crab, crayfish, and penne au gratin, or an ode to New Orleans institution Commander’s Palace with its shrimp remoulade. Grab a seat on the sun porch or inside the quaint dining room or at the five seat bar. Covered patio seating. Open until 4 p.m. Wednesday - Friday and 5 p.m. on weekends.

18. Babette's Cafe

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573 North Highland Avenue Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 523-9121
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Babette’s Cafe is inspired by the Isak Dinesen’s story and the movie “Babette’s Feast”. Located in a former cottage on North Highland, this convivial bistro’s cozy dining room and dishes are inspired by the restaurants and cuisine found in the countrysides of France, Spain, and Italy. Reservations required.

19. Lazy Betty

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1530 DeKalb Ave NE ste f
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 975-3692
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Lazy Betty in Candler Park was built around the tasting menu experience and for great date nights. Here, people choose between two highly curated tasting menus of six to eight courses with optional wine pairings. There’s also champagne and caviar service, which comes served with steamed milk buns and scallion pancakes. Seating is currently available in the dining room and on the covered patio. Reservations required. Vegetarian menu available upon request. Patio seating available.

20. Gato

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1660 McLendon Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 371-0889
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This small and inviting neighborhood restaurant on the corner of McClendon Avenue and Clifton Road in Candler Park serves dinner, Wednesday through Saturday, exploring the regional food roots of southern Mexico and the Yucatán. Head here to enjoy a tight selection of natural and biodynamic wines in the evenings. Every Sunday through Tuesday, the petite Candler Park restaurant transforms into Gigi’s Italian Kitchen. Street-side seating available.

21. Cafe Alsace

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121 E Ponce de Leon Ave
Decatur, GA 30030
(404) 373-5622
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This small cafe offers a quiet, romantic escape from Decatur’s busy dining scene. The menu offers traditional French and Alsatian dishes (northeastern France) such as quiche, spaetzle (egg noodles), choucroute garnie (sauerkraut, sausages, potatoes), and sandwiches like the croque-monsieur or mauricettes made with pretzel bread. The wine list is a lovely mix of both French and Alsatian bottles with affordable price points.

22. Kimball House

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303 E Howard Ave
Decatur, GA 30030
(404) 378-3502
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Kick off date night with Southern and Gulf water oysters and champagne at happy hour, then stay for dinner and continue the evening by sharing local vegetable and fish dishes or a steak dinner for two. The award-winning Decatur restaurant’s wine list is equally impressive, and includes everything from Champagne to big, bold reds. Reservations required. Patio seating available.

23. The Vibrary: Wine & Bookbar

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970 Main St Suite A
Stone Mountain, GA 30083
(770) 680-0672
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Located in historic Stone Mountain Village, this newly opened wine bar and bookshop, owned by local resident Candace Walker, focuses its wine list on mostly organic and biodynamic varietals. It also merges Walker’s love of wine with her lifelong love of books. Grab a seat at the bar or on one of the plush sofas for a relaxed and casual date night exploring the wines served here. Pair wine with a charcuterie and cheese board, too. There’s even a vegan option. Read more about the Vibrary.

1. The Farmhouse

10950 Hutchesons Ferry Rd, Chatt Hills, GA 30268

Escape the hustle and bustle of Atlanta and book a room at the Inn at Serenbe for a romantic weekend getaway. Dine on Southern dishes throughout lunch and dinner paired with wine and cocktails in the quaint dining room at the Farmhouse restaurant. Think pimento cheese, Chilean sea bass with shishito and asparagus succotash and fennel slaw, buttermilk fried chicken, and black forest cake for dessert. Reservations required.

10950 Hutchesons Ferry Rd
Chatt Hills, GA 30268

2. Spring Restaurant

36 Mill St, Marietta, GA 30060

The tight menu of dishes at chef Brian So’s restaurant showcases each season and changes frequently. Spring’s carefully selected list of wines are meant for pairing with So’s beautifully composed food. While the grape varietals may lean toward the familiar, many wines are organic, biodynamic, or simply hard to find retail. The small dining room here is cozy, warm, and intimate, so reservations are necessary. Reservations required.

36 Mill St
Marietta, GA 30060

3. Bacchanalia

1460 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd NW Suite 1, Atlanta, GA 30318

Bacchanalia and its epic tasting menu continue to be date night institutions in Atlanta. The menu still includes the popular crab fritter, Maine lobster with caviar and brioche, and a rotating array of in-season entrees and desserts. Located next to market and cafe Star Provisions on Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard, reservations are necessary for a table here. Don’t have reservations? Head to the bar for cocktails, a glass of wine, and the a la carte menu. Reservations required.

1460 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd NW Suite 1
Atlanta, GA 30318

4. The Painted Duck

976 Brady Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

For a fun date night out, consider the Painted Duck on Brady Avenue. The old school gaming parlour offers 16 lanes of duckpin bowling, Belgian feather bowling, horseshoe pits, knuckleball, and shuffleboard. A large and opulent crystal chandelier hangs overhead at the entrance to the bowling lanes to make it feel fancy, and there’s plenty of seating in the lounge and at the bar for dining on dishes like Peking duck, while sipping classic cocktails between games.

976 Brady Ave NW
Atlanta, GA 30318

5. Aziza

1170 Howel Mill rd Suite P10b, Atlanta, GA 30318

This intimate restaurant, located beneath Marcel at Westside Provisions District, serves a menu filled with dishes inspired by owner Tal Baum’s childhood in Israel. Aziza feels like stepping inside a New York City neighborhood restaurant, with its low ceilings, muted brown and green tones, and exposed brick walls. It’s a cozy spot to grab dinner paired with great cocktails and wine. Reservations encouraged. Covered patio seating.

1170 Howel Mill rd Suite P10b
Atlanta, GA 30318

6. Volare Wine & Bistro

603 N Central Ave, Hapeville, GA 30354

Volare Bistro mixes elegance in an understated location overlooking the train tracks in historic Hapeville. This juxtaposition is also reflected in the dishes, which leans Southern-French fancy with dishes like the Cajun pastas, parmesan-encrusted cordon bleu, grilled Australian lamb chops in Grand Marnier gastrique, and mountain trout. Reservations encouraged.

603 N Central Ave
Hapeville, GA 30354

7. Parlor

249-A Peters St SW, Atlanta, GA 30313

This inviting petite cocktail den in historic Castleberry Hill is named for and fashioned after the room found in most 19th-century homes, where people gather following dinner for intimate conversation over drinks and light bites.

249-A Peters St SW
Atlanta, GA 30313

8. THE CHASTAIN - New American Bistro

4320 Powers Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30342

In 2020, former Atlas chef Christopher Grossman opened his all-day neighborhood restaurant the Chastain in the former Horseradish Grill. It’s become a dining destination for friends and families gathering for a meal and couples seeking a romantic night out. Open for counter-service biscuits and pastries at breakfast and lunch and table service in the evenings, some of the ingredients for the 20 or so dishes served on Grossman’s dinner menu are sourced from the restaurant’s garden. The outdoor seating arrangements at this restaurant are hard to beat, and offer everything from a casual conversation area by the stone fire pit to seating in the garden under an old oak tree. Reservations highly encouraged. Outdoor seating available.

4320 Powers Ferry Rd NW
Atlanta, GA 30342

9. The Consulate

10 10th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30309

Every few weeks, the Consulate in Midtown brings the dishes, wine, and cocktails of countries from around the world to life on its menu. This sleek and stylish restaurant has a retro vibe, and includes plush leather and velvet half-moon booths, tables for two, an intimate bar, and tucked away corners for more private dining experiences. Reservations encouraged.

10 10th St NW
Atlanta, GA 30309

10. El Viñedo Local

730 Peachtree St NE #100, Atlanta, GA 30308

For a casual date night (or afternoon) in Midtown, South American coffee, wine, and tapas bar El Viñedo Local is the spot for that. Owner Robert Kaster tapped Uruguayan native chef Bruno Vergara to create Latin dishes for the menu here to pair with his South American wine list, including arepas and perfectly baked empanadas and guava pastries, as well as a selection of ceviches, sandwiches, like a choripan, and plates of fried plantains, rice, and beans. Patio seating.

730 Peachtree St NE #100
Atlanta, GA 30308

11. The Garden Room

88 West Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30305

This small plates restaurant and bar part of Atlas at the St. Regis Hotel in Buckhead serves dinner and drinks within a lush, romantic garden setting. The menu includes dishes like a yellowtail and citrus salad, a lobster roll, a wagyu coulotte, and desserts such as Madeleines and daily sorbet paired with wine and cocktails. Dress code.

88 West Paces Ferry Rd NW
Atlanta, GA 30305

12. Lucian Books and Wine

3005 Peachtree Rd NE Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30305

New to the Atlanta dining scene, Lucian Books and Wine has become a popular spot for people seeking good books, good food, and good wine under one roof. Located at Modera Buckhead, Lucian specializes in titles centered around art, design, food, and culture and carries nearly 250 wines by the bottle and 15 wines by the glass. Chef Brian Hendrickson approaches the food served at Lucian with the same thoughtfulness and care as owners Katie Barringer does with books and Jordan Smelt does with wine. Nothing is an afterthought, including the sauces, which Hendrickson says can take up to three days to make for each dish on the menu. Reservations required for tables and for the bar. Read more about Lucian here.

3005 Peachtree Rd NE Suite 300
Atlanta, GA 30305

13. Storico Fresco Alimentari e Ristorante

3167 Peachtree Rd NE Suite S, Atlanta, GA 30305

Storico Fresco in Buckhead is likely one of the best places in Atlanta to buy and consume fresh pasta. Portions here are easily shared. Order a couple of pastas for the table, like the cacio e pepe, squid ink ravioli with salmon belly, or lasagna alla bolognese. The wine list at Storico is carefully curated for the menu it serves, including plenty of Italian reds, whites, and sparkling wines. For a more intimate experience, grab a seat at the small bar or at one of the nearby tables in the corner. Reservations encouraged. Outdoor seating.

3167 Peachtree Rd NE Suite S
Atlanta, GA 30305

14. Aria

490 East Paces Ferry Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30305

Aria continues to be one of Buckhead’s top date night destinations. After years of serving as a white tablecloth fine dining establishment, chef Gerry Klaskala remodeled the restaurant to appeal to a younger generation of diners. Now it’s a bit more relaxed and casual — there’s a bar and lounge for drinks and snacks for an impromptu night out. The kitchen consistently cranks out Aria favorites, like butter braised lobster, slow braised pork, and lump crab cakes. Aria continues to carry one of Atlanta’s most comprehensive wine lists, too. Reservations required. Outdoor seating available.

490 East Paces Ferry Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30305

15. BoccaLupo

753 Edgewood Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

Inman Park restaurant BoccaLupo quickly became both a neighborhood favorite and a date night destination restaurant when it opened in 2013. Head in for the fresh, handmade pasta (the black spaghetti and the 20-yolk tagliatelle are now Atlanta classics,) stay for the wine and cocktails. Chef Bruce Logue also offers a four-course pasta tasting menu each night. Reservations encouraged. Bar open for walk-ins. Covered patio seating.

753 Edgewood Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

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16. Fellows Cafe

1088 Green St, Roswell, GA 30075

Not all dates happen during the day. A recent addition to downtown Roswell’s restaurant scene, Fellow’s Cafe resides inside a historic yellow bungalow on Green Street just off of busy Canton Street. Open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch, find a seat on the small front porch or underneath the old oak tree along Green Street or inside at one of the tables in the cozy dining room.

1088 Green St
Roswell, GA 30075

17. Bread & Butterfly

290 Elizabeth St NE F, Atlanta, GA 30307

Inspired by the cafes of Paris, this sunny Inman Quarter cafe shines with French bistro fare and a simple, but excellent wine list. Dine on dishes such as a decadent burger with Swiss and caramelized onions, steak frites, crab, crayfish, and penne au gratin, or an ode to New Orleans institution Commander’s Palace with its shrimp remoulade. Grab a seat on the sun porch or inside the quaint dining room or at the five seat bar. Covered patio seating. Open until 4 p.m. Wednesday - Friday and 5 p.m. on weekends.

290 Elizabeth St NE F
Atlanta, GA 30307

18. Babette's Cafe

573 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30307

Babette’s Cafe is inspired by the Isak Dinesen’s story and the movie “Babette’s Feast”. Located in a former cottage on North Highland, this convivial bistro’s cozy dining room and dishes are inspired by the restaurants and cuisine found in the countrysides of France, Spain, and Italy. Reservations required.

573 North Highland Avenue Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30307

19. Lazy Betty

1530 DeKalb Ave NE ste f, Atlanta, GA 30307

Lazy Betty in Candler Park was built around the tasting menu experience and for great date nights. Here, people choose between two highly curated tasting menus of six to eight courses with optional wine pairings. There’s also champagne and caviar service, which comes served with steamed milk buns and scallion pancakes. Seating is currently available in the dining room and on the covered patio. Reservations required. Vegetarian menu available upon request. Patio seating available.

1530 DeKalb Ave NE ste f
Atlanta, GA 30307

20. Gato

1660 McLendon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

This small and inviting neighborhood restaurant on the corner of McClendon Avenue and Clifton Road in Candler Park serves dinner, Wednesday through Saturday, exploring the regional food roots of southern Mexico and the Yucatán. Head here to enjoy a tight selection of natural and biodynamic wines in the evenings. Every Sunday through Tuesday, the petite Candler Park restaurant transforms into Gigi’s Italian Kitchen. Street-side seating available.

1660 McLendon Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

21. Cafe Alsace

121 E Ponce de Leon Ave, Decatur, GA 30030

This small cafe offers a quiet, romantic escape from Decatur’s busy dining scene. The menu offers traditional French and Alsatian dishes (northeastern France) such as quiche, spaetzle (egg noodles), choucroute garnie (sauerkraut, sausages, potatoes), and sandwiches like the croque-monsieur or mauricettes made with pretzel bread. The wine list is a lovely mix of both French and Alsatian bottles with affordable price points.

121 E Ponce de Leon Ave
Decatur, GA 30030

22. Kimball House

303 E Howard Ave, Decatur, GA 30030

Kick off date night with Southern and Gulf water oysters and champagne at happy hour, then stay for dinner and continue the evening by sharing local vegetable and fish dishes or a steak dinner for two. The award-winning Decatur restaurant’s wine list is equally impressive, and includes everything from Champagne to big, bold reds. Reservations required. Patio seating available.

303 E Howard Ave
Decatur, GA 30030

23. The Vibrary: Wine & Bookbar

970 Main St Suite A, Stone Mountain, GA 30083

Located in historic Stone Mountain Village, this newly opened wine bar and bookshop, owned by local resident Candace Walker, focuses its wine list on mostly organic and biodynamic varietals. It also merges Walker’s love of wine with her lifelong love of books. Grab a seat at the bar or on one of the plush sofas for a relaxed and casual date night exploring the wines served here. Pair wine with a charcuterie and cheese board, too. There’s even a vegan option. Read more about the Vibrary.

970 Main St Suite A
Stone Mountain, GA 30083

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