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219 10th St NE, Atlanta, GA
Chic neighborhood restaurant offers superb Mediterranean cuisine at moderate prices.
Tips: Sunday brunch runs from 10am-4:30pm. Buffet and a la carte items are available.
Gilbert’s Mediterranean Cafe or email Gilbert’s Mediterranean Cafe
602 N Highland Ave, Atlanta, GA
Home to politicos and plumbers, this friendly half-century-old tavern is an Atlanta institution.
Tips: A special brunch menu is served Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 3pm. Also, there’s a weekly team trivia session every Sunday 7pm-9:30pm.
5486 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Atlanta, GA
Dunwoody wine bar with good eats and better bottles is a ripe pick.
Tips: Visit on Uncorked Mondays for a bottomless glass of wine. For $15, you can taste from all of the bar’s opened bottles.
d’Vine Wine Bar & Shop
817 W Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA
Striking and spacious lounge gives Midtowners a down-tempo scene for stylish cocktails.
Tips: From 5pm to 9pm Monday through Thursday and 5pm to 10pm Friday and Saturday, Halo offers a full menu that has local food critics raving.
Halo or email Halo
56 East Andrews #10, Atlanta, GA
Swanky nightspot attracts the ultra-fashionable to its crowded Buckhead space.
Tips: If you’re craving funkier beats, head to the adjacent sister bar, East Andrews Upstairs. DJs spin Thursday through Saturday starting at midnight.
East Andrews Cafe & Bar or email East Andrews Cafe & Bar
3400 Around Lenox Dr, Atlanta, GA
The sports bar concept is reinvented in upscale digs in Buckhead.
Tips: Fans of “Surf & Turf” will be happy that Dantanna’s has fresh seafood delivered twice daily.
Dantanna’s or email Dantanna’s
273 Buckhead Ave, Atlanta, GA
Buckhead pub does Ireland to the extreme.
Tips: Given its international clientele, Fado makes a great place to watch European football (ahem, soccer) and rugby. It opens as early as 6am on game days
Fado Irish Pub & Restaurant or email Fado Irish Pub & Restaurant
75 5th St. NW, Atlanta, GA
Chic urban canteen in Midtown with bistro fare that won’t break the budget.
Tips: The “quick fix” might be the city’s best deal: a glass of house wine and choice of two small plates for $13.
The Globe Cafe Restaurant & Bar
1104 Crescent Ave NE, Atlanta, GA
A booming Big Easy-style bar scene and a serious Sunday brunch grab headlines on Crescent Avenue.
Tips: Try the Blanche martini. Made with Smirnoff Apple, Stoli Vanil, Apple Pucker, ButterShots and Razzmatazz, it’s sure to bring back your Southern drawl.
Front Page News or email Front Page News
3500 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, GA
Buckhead players talk shop, drink and dine at this see-and-be-seen spot for singles.
Tips: Bartenders are the main attraction. Marvel at their bar tricks and pretend you’re watching Tom Cruise in “Cocktail.”
The Tavern at Phipps
245 N Highland Ave NE Ste 140, Atlanta, GA
Clubby bar offers fine spirits and premium cigars from popular and hard-to-find brands, including private label, hand-rolled stogies.
Tips: The bar specializes in scotches, cognacs, mojitos and martinis.
Highland Cigar Co. or email Highland Cigar Co.
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