Eat and Drink

Atlanta's rich culinary scene has only gotten better with age. This past year has brought a slew of new restaurants, stylish spaces, thoughtfully curated menus, and intentional concepts to the Big Peach.

Visitors and locals alike now have a myriad of options when deciding where they should spend their next meal.

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Local food influencers have recently called out the Atlanta food scene, and raised the bar for popular restaurants.

In a Reel posted to Instagram this week, food influencer Kristen Dior Truitt, aka @atlantafoodguy, shared a photo of a chicken biscuit from a local restaurant with the caption, "Absolutely horrible what’s happening to the food scene in Atlanta! A lot of the restaurants don’t give a damn about presentation or quality all they care about is drinks, hookahs and the same ole damn vibe everybody on 🤬"

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Playa Pig, a brand new tropical-themed pop-up bar has opened for the summer in Atlanta's swanky Buckhead neighborhood.

The Bling Pig Parlour Bar has transformed its speakeasy space to become a disco jungle, inspired by Tulum, Mexico.

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The Georgia restaurant industry has been constantly booming.

Atlanta is known for its rich culture, iconic food scene, and celebrity-studded bars and restaurants.

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It's no secret that Chick-Fil-A is a beloved fast-food restaurant in the Southern U.S. If you're one of those Southerners that can't survive without the occasional waffle fries and fried chicken sandwiches, there's a unique Chick-fil-A in Georgia to fill those cravings. This location comes with a twist!

What originally started as The Dwarf Grill in Hapeville, Georgia, later became the very first-ever Chick-fil-A location. Today, this location is known as The Dwarf House.

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Season 14 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta is almost here and we're hungry for more. This long-running Bravo series set in Georgia is a reality television staple.

A lot of the cast own and promote their restaurants on the shows, and local food critics have taken notice.

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Atlanta is a booming metropolis of culture, film, music, and food. It is home to some of the best bars and restaurants in the South.

Famous stars like Gucci Mane, Elton John, Cardi B, and Dwayne the Rock Johnson have all called Atlanta home at one point. Between movie stars staying in town while filming, and artists who have laid down roots here, it is no surprise that spotting a celebrity in the city can be relatively simple.

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This Atlanta ramen shop is expanding its horizons and opening up a new spot in the trendy Buckhead neighborhood. Okiboru Ramen will be joining the list of this year's new Atlanta restaurants. They have leased their newest Peachtree Road location, and plan on opening doors to the public this May.

The hot spot has garnered rave reviews from past locations, and is the only ramen shop in Atlanta to be recognized by Michelin! In 2019, their Los Angeles location was included in the Michelin Bib Gourmand List.

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Rooftop L.O.A. is set to open this spring, making a splash in the Atlanta food scene. The brand new Coastal European-inspired bar and restaurant will feature three different levels, including a 300-seat full-service eatery, an outdoor lounge, and a rooftop pool with skyline views.

Behind the new concept is Slater Hospitality, the same group responsible for Skyline Park and the beer garden on the Ponce City Market rooftop.

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The Vampire Diaries fans have an entire town where they can live out their Mystic Falls fantasies on a whim because the hit TV show TheVampire Diaries actually has Georgian roots.

Covington, Georgia, is a small town on the outskirts of Atlanta, which has served as the primary filming location for the long-running nosferatu series since the very first season.

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Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz opened his new restaurant, Esco Seafood, over the weekend and the food looks incredible. 

The two-story eatery, located in Old Fourth Ward, serves up massive trays & buckets of seafood like lobster, crab, and shrimp.

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The San Francisco Bay area's famous Man vs. Fries is opening a location in midtown Atlanta this month and our mouths are watering.

On December 21, the eatery will make its debut as Atlanta's go-to for french fry-stuffed burritos. 

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