14 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in Atlanta.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
The General Muir in Toco Hills is an all day spot serving Jewish deli classics like latkes, pastrami, and bagels and lox.
There are lots of biscuits in Atlanta, but Callie’s in the Highlands has some of our favorites, with 7 different flavors and sandwich options.
There are a lot of restaurants serving Southern food in Atlanta, but no place is more classic than Mary Mac’s Tea Room in Midtown.
El Tesoro is bringing breakfast tacos to Atlanta in a small, colorful spot in Edgewood.
The New York-style bagels at this East Atlanta Village spot are some of our favorites in the city.
Buckhead’s Buttermilk Kitchen is a great spot for a Southern breakfast and to continue your search for the best fried chicken biscuit.
Rising Son, Avondale Estates’ restaurant, serves dishes made with seasonal produce from local farms in a fun and quirky space.
Nina and Rafi is an Old Fourth Ward pizza spot with a menu of inventive specialty pies alongside the classics.
Taqueria Del Sol has a few locations in Atlanta, and is known for it’s Southern-meets-Mexican cuisine, great margaritas, and super affordable prices.
Rozina Bakehouse and Coffeeshop in Downtown serves a Mediterranean-leaning menu, and is a great place to post up with coffee and a pastry.
With vintage signs on the walls and a huge menu, Folk Art in Inman Park is a great place for a casual weeknight meal or weekend brunch.
Home Grown is a throwback diner in Reynoldstown serving Southern classics like pimiento cheese sandwiches and vegetables grown on site.
There’s always a wait at Ria’s Bluebird in Grant Park, but they have something for everyone and make the best pancakes in the city.