Some people may believe that tacos should have their own food group, and can you blame them? Whether it be street, Taco Bell, or good ole homemade tacos, they're all pretty darn delicious in their own rights. This bar and restaurant in Atlanta serves authentic Mexican cuisine, and you'll feel like you've been transported to Mexico City when you walk in.
At The Bone Garden Cantina in Atlanta, Georgia, it's been Day of the Dead every single day since 2008 thanks to their uniquely themed space. The owners behind the Mexican Holiday-themed spot, Michael and Kristen Benoit, also own another hip stop in the ATL, The Vortex Bar & Grill.
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The food here is to die for (LOL), almost literally. It's inspired by traditional, home-cooked Mexican food so you know you'll be getting some downright delicious tastes.
Everything is made by scratch every single day too, so no matter what you order it's likely to be fresh and delicious.
You can either dine-in or get a beef brisket quesadilla with Mexican corn on the side to go for a night at home.
If you and tequila aren't friends, you can choose a number of other drinks too like sangria, tropical rum beverages, beer, and wine.
If you've got a sweet tooth, make sure to end your meal with their signature dessert, two banana empanadas with cinnamon sugar.
No matter what you get, you're likely to be dying for more at Bone Garden Cantina.
Bone Garden Cantina
Address: 1425 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd. NW, Atlanta, GA
Why You Need To Go: You can celebrate Dia de Los Muertos every day at this eatery and chow down on authentic Mexican cuisine.