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Explore the many food stalls and produce vendors at the Municipal Market (Sweet Auburn Curb Market) on Edgewood Avenue.
Explore the many restaurant stalls and produce vendors at the Municipal Market (Sweet Auburn Curb Market) on the border of downtown Atlanta.
Ryan Fleisher

Where to Eat and Drink in Downtown Atlanta

From coffee and cocktails to hot chicken, shawarma, and fancy dinners with a skyline view

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Explore the many restaurant stalls and produce vendors at the Municipal Market (Sweet Auburn Curb Market) on the border of downtown Atlanta.
| Ryan Fleisher

Downtown Atlanta is home to the city’s biggest tourist attractions like the CNN Center, Center for Civil and Human Rights, College Football Hall of Fame, and the Georgia Aquarium. Not to mention Mercedes-Benz stadium, home to NFL football team the Atlanta Falcons and soccer team Atlanta United, and State Farm Arena, home to Atlanta Hawks basketball.

Thanks to the efforts of institutions like Georgia State University and a variety of local urban planning and preservation organizations, downtown Atlanta has been experiencing revitalization over the last decade in hopes of preserving and repurposing unused and historic structures. Many buildings have been transformed into student housing, restaurants, locally owned coffee shops, hotels, apartments, and creative office spaces. The list below contains mostly local restaurants and bars walkable from the hotels, attractions, and offices in downtown Atlanta.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Der Biergarten

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300 Marietta St NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
(404) 521-2728
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The menu here features traditional German pub foods such as brats, pretzels with mustard, and strudels. German beers are on draft like Weihenstephan, Warsteiner, and Spaten. There may or may not be live music on any given night on the patio.

2. Atlanta Breakfast Club

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249 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
(470) 428-3825
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The Atlanta Breakfast Club has been drawing big crowds since opening its doors on Ivan Allen in 2016. Look for comforting breakfast dishes of chicken and waffles, peach cobbler French toast, and breakfast tacos with smoked bacon and scrambled eggs. Prices hover around $10, which makes a morning meal here that much better. Open for breakfast and brunch.

3. Park Bar

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150 Walton St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 524-0444
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This two-story bar near Centennial Olympic Park is where to head for pre- and post-game eating and drinking or to watch Atlanta United and the Falcons play for those without tickets to games at the Benz. Park Bar’s menu is all about comfort food, so expect burgers, patty melts, chicken tenders, and potato skins here, along with more refined dishes like a New York strip steak and grilled Mahi Mahi. Park Bar takes its very large whiskey and bourbon selection (over 60 bottles) and beer offerings seriously, too.

4. Just Around the Corner

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76 Ted Turner Dr NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 522-5632
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This petite burger joint in the heart of the tourist district in downtown Atlanta is where to head for a quick cheeseburger and onion rings, pastrami sub, a fried whiting basket, wings, or even a gyro and fries. Order at the counter and then head to nearby Centennial Park for a picnic.

5. Baraka Shawarma Mediterranean

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68 Walton St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 230-9232

Located in the Fairlie-Poplar district of downtown Atlanta, Baraka serves up plates of kebabs, gyros, falafel, shawarma, hummus, and tabouli. All food served here is halal.

6. Underground Atlanta

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50 Upper Alabama St
Atlanta, GA 30303

The revitalization of tourist destination Underground Atlanta is underway and includes a rotating array of local food stalls and food carts along Upper and Lower Alabama streets, including Dolo’s Pizza and iScream Ice Cream Rolls.

7. The Food Shoppe

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123 Luckie St NW #108
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 600-8443
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Easily walkable from Centennial Olympic Park and nearby hotels, the Food Shoppe serves Creole dishes like shrimp jambalaya and gumbo, along with shrimp and grits and mac and cheese bowls mixed with barbecue and chicken and grab-and-go foods. Open for breakfast on weekdays.

8. Aamar Indian Cuisine

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100 Luckie St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 257-6959
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This small, counter-service Indian restaurant might be one of downtown Atlanta’s best hidden gems. Head here for vegetable biryani, spicy curries, and comforting saag paneer.

9. Big Dave's Cheesesteaks

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57 Forsyth St NW Suite 63
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 343-0259
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Owned by Atlanta restaurateur Derrick Hayes, Big Dave’s on Forsyth Street serves up messy and meaty cheesesteaks on its menu. Try the Dave’s Way beef or salmon cheesesteak stuffed with three types of cheese, sweet peppers and banana peppers, mushrooms, and onions. Make sure to order the cheesesteak egg rolls here, too.

10. Reuben's Deli

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57 Broad St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 589-9800
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This New York-style deli is where to head in downtown Atlanta for a classic Reuben, a hot pastrami, and even a liverwurst sandwich. Open for breakfast.

11. Sun Dial

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210 Peachtree St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 659-1400
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A truly unique experience in Atlanta, the iconic Sun Dial restaurant atop the Westin Peachtree Plaza gives diners a birds-eye view of the city skyline from 723 feet above the street. Begin with a classic Caesar salad or fried green tomato and lobster salad. Next, order the mussels mariniere with grilled sourdough bread for dipping or a juicy New York strip steak, before indulging in a slice of lemon cream cake or creme brulee for dessert. Reservations required.

12. By George

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127 Peachtree St
Atlanta, GA 30303
(470) 851-2752
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Owned by chef Hugh Acheson, By George debuted in October 2019 at the Candler Hotel on Peachtree. Located on the first floor of the circa 1906 building, By George serves what’s described as an “American contemporary” menu with dishes like heirloom tomato salad, steamed mussels, wild mushroom ragout pappardelle, and a grilled Berkshire pork chop. Make sure to order wine and cocktails here. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Reservations highly encouraged.

13. Meehan's Public House Downtown

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200 Peachtree St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 214-9821
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Soccer fans often find themselves here on Saturday mornings to watch international matches, cheer on their team, and sip beer. The Irish pub is located in the old Macy’s department store building on Peachtree Street and is an ideal place to grab a pint and bite to eat, like the classic fish and chips or shepherd’s pie.

14. White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails

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270 Peachtree St NW, 100
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 524-7200
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Located on the corner of Peachtree and Baker streets, White Oak Kitchen is casual fine dining serving contemporary spins on Southern comfort foods like seared duck breast with turnip and bok choy or catfish with butternut squash. Expect a solid list of whiskey cocktails as well as reasonably-priced, by-the-glass and bottles of wine. Open for lunch and dinner. Reservations encouraged.

15. Saito - Sushi, Steak & Cocktails

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19 Andrew Young International Blvd NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

Red Phone Booth and Amalfi Pizza owners Stephen de Haan and Greg Grant, along with master sushi chef Saito Saito, opened this long-awaited downtown Atlanta restaurant in 2021. The restaurant resides in the lobby of the century-old Regenstein’s department store building on Andrew Young International Boulevard. Saito Sushi includes an outdoor terrace and features a menu of sushi using fish flown in daily from Japan as well as omakase options and steaks. Some cocktails incorporate rare Japanese whiskeys and sakes served over double-reverse osmosis ice pressed into a sphere using a Taisin ice mold. Reservations encouraged.

16. Red Phone Booth and Amalfi Pizza

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17 Andrew Young International Blvd NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 228-7528
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Located in the old Dailey’s building, those wanting to gain entrance to Red Phone Booth will first need to dial a secret code. This speakeasy serves up classic cocktails like the sazerac and old fashioned and offers a cigar program with a walk-in humidor featuring over 100 cigar options. Amalfi Pizza resides just upstairs in a rustic yet chic setting, where it serves Neapolitan pies and pastas and cannolis for dessert paired with beer and wine.

17. Alma Cocina Downtown

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191 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 968-9662
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After closing in March 2020 due to the pandemic, Latin American restaurant Alma Cocina returns to Peachtree Tower in downtown Atlanta on April 30. Expect tacos, tamales, and roast chicken mole here, along with fresh crudo with burnt nori-avocado puree and Anaheim peppers, a guajillo grilled octopus with ancho carrots, and pork belly served with charro beans and fresh tortilla. Pair a meal with one of Alma’s tequila or mezcal cocktails. Open for lunch and dinner. Reservations encouraged.

18. Aviva by Kameel

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225 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 698-3600
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This downtown food gem is deceptively hidden in the mall at Peachtree Center. While more of a food court than a mall, make a beeline to this Mediterranean food stall filled with dishes served by the delightful chef Kameel. Aviva by Kameel also has a location in Midtown at the Collective at Coda. Open for lunch.

19. Hsu's Gourmet

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192 Peachtree Center Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 659-2788
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This family-owned and operated Chinese restaurant has been a downtown Atlanta staple since 1989. Located in Peachtree Center, Hsu’s is easily walkable from several area hotels and can accommodate large groups. The menu offers everything from lo mein and pan-fried noodles to spicy basil chicken and salt and pepper shrimp. Folks should head here for the three-course Peking duck feast served with soup, Chinese crepes, and the meal’s star attraction, the crispy roast duck in a sweetly salted honey soy sauce. It feeds two. Open for lunch and dinner. Reservations encouraged.

20. Metro Café Diner and Bar

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229 Peachtree St Suite B17
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 577-1420
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Metro Cafe Diner opened in downtown Atlanta’s Peachtree Center in 2006. This is where to head for all-day breakfast fare, wings, classic burgers, and even baby back ribs and platters of spaghetti. There’s also a location in Stone Mountain. Open 24/7.

21. Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken

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231 Peachtree Street Northwest A-05
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 996-2837
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This Memphis favorite opened in downtown Atlanta in 2015, and it’s been a hit ever since with its spicy, extra-crispy fried chicken. Plates come with baked beans, slaw, and white bread. Gus’s has other metro Atlanta locations in Chamblee, Sandy Springs, and Kennesaw.

22. Herban Fix

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565 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 815-8787
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Located on the border between Midtown and Downtown, this vegan establishment bills itself as a restaurant serving “pan-Asian” dishes. Many lunch, brunch, and dinner items are also gluten-free like the glazed, crispy king oyster mushroom. Open for lunch and dinner.

23. Trader Vic's

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255 Courtland St NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 221-6339
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Atlanta is home to one of two Trader Vic’s outposts remaining in the United States, and the only location still associated with Hilton Hotels. This classic Atlanta restaurant offers half-off Mai Tai cocktails and live music on Thursday nights, too. Trader Vic’s is often full of both tourists and Atlanta residents seeking a vintage, Polynesian pop culture infusion paired with extremely strong tiki drinks. Reservations encouraged.

24. Kenley's Catering And Restaurant

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75 Piedmont Ave NE #152
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 217-2455
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Only open on weekdays, Kenley Waller’s eponymous restaurant is a local favorite for downtown residents and Georgia State University students seeking meals filled with comfort foods. Kick off the day bright and early with breakfast featuring everything from biscuits and gravy to omelettes and build-your-own breakfast plates and sandwiches. Lunch and early dinner here offers plenty to choose from, too, including soups of the day, meat-and-three platters, hot wings, fish plates, and hot and cold sandwiches and combos. Open for breakfast, lunch, and early dinner.

25. The Municipal Market aka Sweet Auburn Curb Market

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209 Edgewood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 659-1665
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Founded in 1918 as an open-air market, the Municipal Market (known locally as Sweet Auburn Curb Market) resides on the border between downtown Atlanta and historic Sweet Auburn. The market features dozens of local shops and food stalls offering everything from fresh produce, seafood, and meats to baked goods, sweets, and local restaurants serving Vietnamese, soul food, pizza, and Cajun and Creole cuisine. Restaurant stalls change often here, so it’s best to check online before heading over. Closed Sunday and Monday. Easily accessible via the Atlanta StreetCar

1. Der Biergarten

300 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

The menu here features traditional German pub foods such as brats, pretzels with mustard, and strudels. German beers are on draft like Weihenstephan, Warsteiner, and Spaten. There may or may not be live music on any given night on the patio.

300 Marietta St NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

2. Atlanta Breakfast Club

249 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

The Atlanta Breakfast Club has been drawing big crowds since opening its doors on Ivan Allen in 2016. Look for comforting breakfast dishes of chicken and waffles, peach cobbler French toast, and breakfast tacos with smoked bacon and scrambled eggs. Prices hover around $10, which makes a morning meal here that much better. Open for breakfast and brunch.

249 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

3. Park Bar

150 Walton St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

This two-story bar near Centennial Olympic Park is where to head for pre- and post-game eating and drinking or to watch Atlanta United and the Falcons play for those without tickets to games at the Benz. Park Bar’s menu is all about comfort food, so expect burgers, patty melts, chicken tenders, and potato skins here, along with more refined dishes like a New York strip steak and grilled Mahi Mahi. Park Bar takes its very large whiskey and bourbon selection (over 60 bottles) and beer offerings seriously, too.

150 Walton St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303

4. Just Around the Corner

76 Ted Turner Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

This petite burger joint in the heart of the tourist district in downtown Atlanta is where to head for a quick cheeseburger and onion rings, pastrami sub, a fried whiting basket, wings, or even a gyro and fries. Order at the counter and then head to nearby Centennial Park for a picnic.

76 Ted Turner Dr NW
Atlanta, GA 30303

5. Baraka Shawarma Mediterranean

68 Walton St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

Located in the Fairlie-Poplar district of downtown Atlanta, Baraka serves up plates of kebabs, gyros, falafel, shawarma, hummus, and tabouli. All food served here is halal.

68 Walton St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303

6. Underground Atlanta

50 Upper Alabama St, Atlanta, GA 30303

The revitalization of tourist destination Underground Atlanta is underway and includes a rotating array of local food stalls and food carts along Upper and Lower Alabama streets, including Dolo’s Pizza and iScream Ice Cream Rolls.

50 Upper Alabama St
Atlanta, GA 30303

7. The Food Shoppe

123 Luckie St NW #108, Atlanta, GA 30303

Easily walkable from Centennial Olympic Park and nearby hotels, the Food Shoppe serves Creole dishes like shrimp jambalaya and gumbo, along with shrimp and grits and mac and cheese bowls mixed with barbecue and chicken and grab-and-go foods. Open for breakfast on weekdays.

123 Luckie St NW #108
Atlanta, GA 30303

8. Aamar Indian Cuisine

100 Luckie St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

This small, counter-service Indian restaurant might be one of downtown Atlanta’s best hidden gems. Head here for vegetable biryani, spicy curries, and comforting saag paneer.

100 Luckie St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303

9. Big Dave's Cheesesteaks

57 Forsyth St NW Suite 63, Atlanta, GA 30303

Owned by Atlanta restaurateur Derrick Hayes, Big Dave’s on Forsyth Street serves up messy and meaty cheesesteaks on its menu. Try the Dave’s Way beef or salmon cheesesteak stuffed with three types of cheese, sweet peppers and banana peppers, mushrooms, and onions. Make sure to order the cheesesteak egg rolls here, too.

57 Forsyth St NW Suite 63
Atlanta, GA 30303

10. Reuben's Deli

57 Broad St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

This New York-style deli is where to head in downtown Atlanta for a classic Reuben, a hot pastrami, and even a liverwurst sandwich. Open for breakfast.

57 Broad St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303

11. Sun Dial

210 Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

A truly unique experience in Atlanta, the iconic Sun Dial restaurant atop the Westin Peachtree Plaza gives diners a birds-eye view of the city skyline from 723 feet above the street. Begin with a classic Caesar salad or fried green tomato and lobster salad. Next, order the mussels mariniere with grilled sourdough bread for dipping or a juicy New York strip steak, before indulging in a slice of lemon cream cake or creme brulee for dessert. Reservations required.

210 Peachtree St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303

12. By George

127 Peachtree St, Atlanta, GA 30303

Owned by chef Hugh Acheson, By George debuted in October 2019 at the Candler Hotel on Peachtree. Located on the first floor of the circa 1906 building, By George serves what’s described as an “American contemporary” menu with dishes like heirloom tomato salad, steamed mussels, wild mushroom ragout pappardelle, and a grilled Berkshire pork chop. Make sure to order wine and cocktails here. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Reservations highly encouraged.

127 Peachtree St
Atlanta, GA 30303

13. Meehan's Public House Downtown

200 Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

Soccer fans often find themselves here on Saturday mornings to watch international matches, cheer on their team, and sip beer. The Irish pub is located in the old Macy’s department store building on Peachtree Street and is an ideal place to grab a pint and bite to eat, like the classic fish and chips or shepherd’s pie.

200 Peachtree St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303

14. White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails

270 Peachtree St NW, 100, Atlanta, GA 30303

Located on the corner of Peachtree and Baker streets, White Oak Kitchen is casual fine dining serving contemporary spins on Southern comfort foods like seared duck breast with turnip and bok choy or catfish with butternut squash. Expect a solid list of whiskey cocktails as well as reasonably-priced, by-the-glass and bottles of wine. Open for lunch and dinner. Reservations encouraged.

270 Peachtree St NW, 100
Atlanta, GA 30303

15. Saito - Sushi, Steak & Cocktails

19 Andrew Young International Blvd NE, Atlanta, GA 30303

Red Phone Booth and Amalfi Pizza owners Stephen de Haan and Greg Grant, along with master sushi chef Saito Saito, opened this long-awaited downtown Atlanta restaurant in 2021. The restaurant resides in the lobby of the century-old Regenstein’s department store building on Andrew Young International Boulevard. Saito Sushi includes an outdoor terrace and features a menu of sushi using fish flown in daily from Japan as well as omakase options and steaks. Some cocktails incorporate rare Japanese whiskeys and sakes served over double-reverse osmosis ice pressed into a sphere using a Taisin ice mold. Reservations encouraged.

19 Andrew Young International Blvd NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

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16. Red Phone Booth and Amalfi Pizza

17 Andrew Young International Blvd NE, Atlanta, GA 30303

Located in the old Dailey’s building, those wanting to gain entrance to Red Phone Booth will first need to dial a secret code. This speakeasy serves up classic cocktails like the sazerac and old fashioned and offers a cigar program with a walk-in humidor featuring over 100 cigar options. Amalfi Pizza resides just upstairs in a rustic yet chic setting, where it serves Neapolitan pies and pastas and cannolis for dessert paired with beer and wine.

17 Andrew Young International Blvd NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

17. Alma Cocina Downtown

191 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30303

After closing in March 2020 due to the pandemic, Latin American restaurant Alma Cocina returns to Peachtree Tower in downtown Atlanta on April 30. Expect tacos, tamales, and roast chicken mole here, along with fresh crudo with burnt nori-avocado puree and Anaheim peppers, a guajillo grilled octopus with ancho carrots, and pork belly served with charro beans and fresh tortilla. Pair a meal with one of Alma’s tequila or mezcal cocktails. Open for lunch and dinner. Reservations encouraged.

191 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

18. Aviva by Kameel

225 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30303

This downtown food gem is deceptively hidden in the mall at Peachtree Center. While more of a food court than a mall, make a beeline to this Mediterranean food stall filled with dishes served by the delightful chef Kameel. Aviva by Kameel also has a location in Midtown at the Collective at Coda. Open for lunch.

225 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

19. Hsu's Gourmet

192 Peachtree Center Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30303

This family-owned and operated Chinese restaurant has been a downtown Atlanta staple since 1989. Located in Peachtree Center, Hsu’s is easily walkable from several area hotels and can accommodate large groups. The menu offers everything from lo mein and pan-fried noodles to spicy basil chicken and salt and pepper shrimp. Folks should head here for the three-course Peking duck feast served with soup, Chinese crepes, and the meal’s star attraction, the crispy roast duck in a sweetly salted honey soy sauce. It feeds two. Open for lunch and dinner. Reservations encouraged.

192 Peachtree Center Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

20. Metro Café Diner and Bar

229 Peachtree St Suite B17, Atlanta, GA 30303

Metro Cafe Diner opened in downtown Atlanta’s Peachtree Center in 2006. This is where to head for all-day breakfast fare, wings, classic burgers, and even baby back ribs and platters of spaghetti. There’s also a location in Stone Mountain. Open 24/7.

229 Peachtree St Suite B17
Atlanta, GA 30303

21. Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken

231 Peachtree Street Northwest A-05, Atlanta, GA 30303

This Memphis favorite opened in downtown Atlanta in 2015, and it’s been a hit ever since with its spicy, extra-crispy fried chicken. Plates come with baked beans, slaw, and white bread. Gus’s has other metro Atlanta locations in Chamblee, Sandy Springs, and Kennesaw.

231 Peachtree Street Northwest A-05
Atlanta, GA 30303

22. Herban Fix

565 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30308

Located on the border between Midtown and Downtown, this vegan establishment bills itself as a restaurant serving “pan-Asian” dishes. Many lunch, brunch, and dinner items are also gluten-free like the glazed, crispy king oyster mushroom. Open for lunch and dinner.

565 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30308

23. Trader Vic's

255 Courtland St NE, Atlanta, GA 30303

Atlanta is home to one of two Trader Vic’s outposts remaining in the United States, and the only location still associated with Hilton Hotels. This classic Atlanta restaurant offers half-off Mai Tai cocktails and live music on Thursday nights, too. Trader Vic’s is often full of both tourists and Atlanta residents seeking a vintage, Polynesian pop culture infusion paired with extremely strong tiki drinks. Reservations encouraged.

255 Courtland St NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

24. Kenley's Catering And Restaurant

75 Piedmont Ave NE #152, Atlanta, GA 30303

Only open on weekdays, Kenley Waller’s eponymous restaurant is a local favorite for downtown residents and Georgia State University students seeking meals filled with comfort foods. Kick off the day bright and early with breakfast featuring everything from biscuits and gravy to omelettes and build-your-own breakfast plates and sandwiches. Lunch and early dinner here offers plenty to choose from, too, including soups of the day, meat-and-three platters, hot wings, fish plates, and hot and cold sandwiches and combos. Open for breakfast, lunch, and early dinner.

75 Piedmont Ave NE #152
Atlanta, GA 30303

25. The Municipal Market aka Sweet Auburn Curb Market

209 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30303

Founded in 1918 as an open-air market, the Municipal Market (known locally as Sweet Auburn Curb Market) resides on the border between downtown Atlanta and historic Sweet Auburn. The market features dozens of local shops and food stalls offering everything from fresh produce, seafood, and meats to baked goods, sweets, and local restaurants serving Vietnamese, soul food, pizza, and Cajun and Creole cuisine. Restaurant stalls change often here, so it’s best to check online before heading over. Closed Sunday and Monday. Easily accessible via the Atlanta StreetCar

209 Edgewood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30303

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