30 "Small Plates" restaurants in Atlanta.
Staplehouse in the Old Fourth Ward is without a doubt the best restaurant in Atlanta.
Tin Tin, from the same team as AIX next door, is a casual bar and you could come for a glass of wine and small plates or a cocktail and full meal.
Located above Staplehouse, Paper Crane Lounge in Old Fourth Ward is a small bar serving a short menu and great cocktails.
Buteco in Grant Park is an all day spot where you could come for coffee, lunch, drinks on a date, or a late night samba dance party.
With an experimental menu and an upscale space, Banshee is one of East Atlanta’s best new restaurants, and where you should be eating.
Momonoki is a Japanese spot in Midtown serving ramen, katsu, and donburi, and has a cafe attached with matcha and soft-serve.
When you and seven of your friends want to drink cocktails and eat sushi on a big rooftop, head to O-Ku in Buckhead.
This unique spot in Buckhead is a beach house for half the year and a ski house for the other, serving South African-inspired dishes.
Seven Lamps might be technically in the Lenox Mall, but it’s worth braving traffic for the small plates and wine.
Next time you’re in Brookhaven, head to Haven for a Southern-inspired brunch or dinner.
Saltyard in Buckhead is a great group spot, with a menu of unique small plates and larger dishes designed for sharing.
We like the West Midtown location of Barcelona Wine Bar for the sangria, patio, and set-price menu for big groups.
Gypsy Kitchen in Buckhead has one of our favorite rooftops in the city, serves affordable tapas, and always feels a little like a party.
Whether it’s for date night or a meal with your boss, this Westside tapas spot will impress just about anyone.
Part cocktail bar, part cool basement with awesome food, Ticonderoga Club makes no sense - which is exactly why we love it.