Buckhead is known for its super ritzy aesthetic, with celebrity homes nestled in its neighborhoods and lots of high-end dining and shopping to accommodate foodies and fashionistas alike. It's a lively neighborhood with some of the best restaurants in the state, but if you're looking for something truly one-of-a-kind, you have to check out The Garden Room Buckhead because it's seriously a flower-filled fantasy.\nThe Garden Room, which recently opened on Nov. 13, is up the road from The Shops at Buckhead (closer to Atlas) and its name truly speaks for itself. The dreamy space is designed with glass ceilings, whimsical patterned decor, artsy murals and unique plants and greenery walls covering nearly every square inch of the restaurant. *\nYou'll feel like a fairy princess soon as you step foot through the doors; everywhere you turn, you'll be surrounded by flowers and trees embellished with dazzling lights. Even the chandeliers have flowers in them!\nThis enchanting garden bar is (as you probably guessed) a bit pricy but it's totally worth the experience and nothing on the menu exceeds $30. You'll definitely want to jot this down as an idea for your next special occasion.\nView this post on Instagram The most gorgeous new restaurant in Atlanta. Words can’t describe how pretty @thegardenroomatlanta is 🌸🌺🌼 There’s truly nothing else like it in the city! Stop by for colorful cocktails and plenty of photo ops (and make sure to order the black truffle pillows pasta 🤤) • • • #atladventurer #atlantablogger #truetoatlanta #eateratlanta #discoveratl #atl #atlanta #iloveatlanta #atlantaphotographer #yelpatlanta #buckhead #buckheadatlanta A post shared by ATL Adventurer 🍑 (@atladventurer) on Nov 24, 2019 at 6:24am PST\nExplore the mystical forest of gorgeous never-ending brush while you sip on craft cocktails like "Bend and Snap" (Bombay Sapphire Gin, Giffard Frais Des Bois And Litchi-Li Liqueur, Lemon, Rosé Foam) or "Aloe Vieux" (Ketel One Vodka, St-Germain Liqueur, Aloe Vera Juice, Blueberries, Mint, Lemon Bitters, Raventos Cava).\nThe amazing menu is the epitome of "you get what you pay for" because you're going to freak (in a good way) when you try the lemon lobster rolls or the wagyu coulotte with truffled celery root. It's okay to live like a celebrity every once in awhile, right?\nView this post on Instagram thx @lexibump ‘s iphone 11 A post shared by JENNY (@jenny_from__da_block) on Nov 23, 2019 at 2:49pm PST\nAdditional scrumptious selections include black truffle wild mushroom pasta, crispy chicken fritters and yellowtail salad.\nWe hope you're counting down the days to your birthday because this is definitely the best option to celebrate your special day. Also, don't forget to check out the dress code before you go.\nView this post on Instagram Now this is my kind of bar. A post shared by M E L I S S A W E S T (@melissabwest) on Dec 1, 2019 at 4:31pm PST\nIf you're looking to add more dining to your ATL bucket list, check out these brand new eats at the Mercedes-Benz stadium and this sushi spot serving up sushi cakes and trees for the holidays.\nThe Garden Room\nPrice: 💸💸\nAddress: 88 West Paces Ferry Rd. NW., Plaza, Atlanta, GA \nWhy You Need To Go: Live a real-life fairytale dream with a touch of fancy at this three-fold garden, bar and restaurant.\nMenu\n*This article has been updated.