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Where to Eat When You're on the BeltLine

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Now that warm weather is finally here, you can find everyone from speed walkers and serious cyclists to parents teaching their children how to ride bikes on the BeltLine's Eastside Trail. That's the 2.25-mile stretch of greenspace from Piedmont Park to Irwin Street Market, and exploring it may just be the season's unofficial rite of passage. On the trail and need to cool down with a frozen treat or take a break with some al fresco dining? Eater's here for you with this map of ten places to eat right off of the BeltLine. Have another favorite? Leave it in the comments or visit the tipline.
—Alexa Lampasona


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Park Tavern

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To replace all that sodium you’ll lose from sweating, try the salt block experience with Sashimi grade tuna and Wagyu beef seared on a Himalayan sea salt block.

Yoforia

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Start your BeltLine walk off right with a cup of this premium non-fat frozen yogurt. Thanks to the rotating flavors, there’s bound to be a summer fruit like mango, honeydew, or pineapple on the menu.

Mediterranean Grill

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Need a hummus kick? Or how about a fresh Greek salad with cucumbers, tomatoes and feta? Mediterranean Grille is the place for those as well as slightly less healthy options like gyros, kabobs, and one of the best baklavas in town.

Arden's Garden

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Get the most out of nutrients thanks to the cloth-filtered hydraulic press at Arden's Garden. The Yoga 1 is a powerhouse of energy with kale, apple, pineapple, spinach, lemon and ginger. Not into green? Try the Sunrise, with summer fruits like oranges, peaches, mangos, and strawberries.

Two Urban Licks

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Start your Sunday off right with a New Orleans-inspired brunch menu featuring live blues and menu items like brioche beignets and pimento cheese BLTs. Snag a chair on the BeltLine-facing patio and take in the runners.

Park's Edge

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Located where the Freedom Park Trail and this stretch of the BeltLine meet, Park’s Edge boasts a pretty fantastic patio. It’s also only around for a little while longer before Victory Sandwich Bar takes over the space this fall, so stop in for bottomless mimosas while you still can.

King Of Pops

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It’s not quite on the BeltLine, but the King of Pops HQ is just a short walk away. Grab a perennial favorite like chocolate sea salt or a summer seasonal like the jalapeno-laden Southwestern Strawberry. KOP’s usually got a cart directly on the ‘line at Paris on Ponce as well.

Parish Foods & Goods

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In the basement of Parish is a casual cafe with salads, soups, sandwiches, and pastries. Enjoy lunch on the secluded patio or make it a picnic at the tables right on the BeltLine.

Kevin Rathbun Steak

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For a true steakhouse experience, plan ahead with a change of clothes and a reservation at this Atlanta favorite. Kevin Rathbun Steak offers everything from dry-aged steaks to Maine lobster, so take your pick and indulge. After the two-mile BeltLine journey, you deserve it.

Irwin Street Market

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Right next to the end of the trail, Irwin Street Market is home to brunch spot Hilda’s, Jake’s Ice Cream, and Bell Street Burritos. Celebrate the end of your run with the popular pork and green chile burrito, or grab a double-scoop cone and start your walk back up the Eastside trail.

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Park Tavern

To replace all that sodium you’ll lose from sweating, try the salt block experience with Sashimi grade tuna and Wagyu beef seared on a Himalayan sea salt block.

Yoforia

Start your BeltLine walk off right with a cup of this premium non-fat frozen yogurt. Thanks to the rotating flavors, there’s bound to be a summer fruit like mango, honeydew, or pineapple on the menu.

Mediterranean Grill

Need a hummus kick? Or how about a fresh Greek salad with cucumbers, tomatoes and feta? Mediterranean Grille is the place for those as well as slightly less healthy options like gyros, kabobs, and one of the best baklavas in town.

Arden's Garden

Get the most out of nutrients thanks to the cloth-filtered hydraulic press at Arden's Garden. The Yoga 1 is a powerhouse of energy with kale, apple, pineapple, spinach, lemon and ginger. Not into green? Try the Sunrise, with summer fruits like oranges, peaches, mangos, and strawberries.

Two Urban Licks

Start your Sunday off right with a New Orleans-inspired brunch menu featuring live blues and menu items like brioche beignets and pimento cheese BLTs. Snag a chair on the BeltLine-facing patio and take in the runners.

Park's Edge

Located where the Freedom Park Trail and this stretch of the BeltLine meet, Park’s Edge boasts a pretty fantastic patio. It’s also only around for a little while longer before Victory Sandwich Bar takes over the space this fall, so stop in for bottomless mimosas while you still can.

King Of Pops

It’s not quite on the BeltLine, but the King of Pops HQ is just a short walk away. Grab a perennial favorite like chocolate sea salt or a summer seasonal like the jalapeno-laden Southwestern Strawberry. KOP’s usually got a cart directly on the ‘line at Paris on Ponce as well.

Parish Foods & Goods

In the basement of Parish is a casual cafe with salads, soups, sandwiches, and pastries. Enjoy lunch on the secluded patio or make it a picnic at the tables right on the BeltLine.

Kevin Rathbun Steak

For a true steakhouse experience, plan ahead with a change of clothes and a reservation at this Atlanta favorite. Kevin Rathbun Steak offers everything from dry-aged steaks to Maine lobster, so take your pick and indulge. After the two-mile BeltLine journey, you deserve it.

Irwin Street Market

Right next to the end of the trail, Irwin Street Market is home to brunch spot Hilda’s, Jake’s Ice Cream, and Bell Street Burritos. Celebrate the end of your run with the popular pork and green chile burrito, or grab a double-scoop cone and start your walk back up the Eastside trail.

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