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Best of Atlanta 2018 Oral Pleasures

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Oral Pleasures

In a time where mobile technology reigns supreme, it is common to see humans glued to their phones at the dinner table. But imagine a simpler time, when the dinner table was a chance for conversation and community. In this year’s Oral Pleasures, we hope to carry on and expand those traditions – not just to offer our readers a chance to sample the diversity of ATL’s restaurants, but to bring people together from all cultures to break bread and share food. If there’s one thing that we know, it’s that food is essential to survival. So why not eat something delicious?

— Lauren Leathers, Events Editor



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2018 Critics Pick: Best Korean BOA Award Winner

Gaja korean
It's not just the best Korean restaurant in Atlanta - Gaja is just one of the coolest, best service, all around awesome places to eat and drink and enjoy life. You're going to want to get everything on the menu. I suggest bringing a crew and doing exactly that.

2018 Critics Pick: Best Local Brewery BOA Award Winner

Scofflaw Brewing Company

2018 Critics Pick: Best Local Buy BOA Award Winner

Treehouse Nut Milk

2018 Critics Pick: Best Malaysian BOA Award Winner

Mamak
The casual Buford Highway eatery is one of the very few places you can find authentic Malay flavors in Atlanta. If you like spicy, ask for the curry fish filet with steamed rice and pair it with fresh young coconut water. The portions are enormous for the price, which explains why Mamak is always packed.more...
The casual Buford Highway eatery is one of the very few places you can find authentic Malay flavors in Atlanta. If you like spicy, ask for the curry fish filet with steamed rice and pair it with fresh young coconut water. The portions are enormous for the price, which explains why Mamak is always packed. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Margarita BOA Award Winner

Superica

2018 Critics Pick: Best Martini BOA Award Winner

Golden Eagle

2018 Critics Pick: Best Mexican BOA Award Winner

Nuevo Laredo Cantina
Among the sea of Mexican restaurants to choose from - most with overcooked Spanish rice, runny refried beans, and chefs who can't pronounce 'quesadilla,' Nuevo Laredo Cantina is the needle in a haystack. Their authentic specialties, including chicken mole, chile relleno, and pork tender brisket, willmore...
Among the sea of Mexican restaurants to choose from - most with overcooked Spanish rice, runny refried beans, and chefs who can't pronounce 'quesadilla,' Nuevo Laredo Cantina is the needle in a haystack. Their authentic specialties, including chicken mole, chile relleno, and pork tender brisket, will transport you to the Mexican campo, minus the cost of a plane ticket. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Middle Eastern BOA Award Winner

Jerusalem Bakery
The family-owned Palestine bakery and cafe has some of the best falafel and shawarma this side of Al Quds. The newly-opened, expanded location in Marietta has plenty of seating and a bustling lunch crowd with lines through the door. There's an adjacent Middle Eastern market selling a large variety ofmore...
The family-owned Palestine bakery and cafe has some of the best falafel and shawarma this side of Al Quds. The newly-opened, expanded location in Marietta has plenty of seating and a bustling lunch crowd with lines through the door. There's an adjacent Middle Eastern market selling a large variety of freshly made pita bread, spinach pies, different kinds of baklava and Palestinian sweets, and colorful lokum (Turkish delight) that you shouldn?t leave without. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Nachos BOA Award Winner

Atkins Park

2018 Critics Pick: Best Neighborhood Restaurant BOA Award Winner

Carroll Street Cafe

2018 Critics Pick: Best New Restaurant BOA Award Winner

The Watchman
The mignonette at The Watchman is life-changing. I always have to keep myself from drinking it straight out of the bottle.

2018 Critics Pick: Best Onion Rings BOA Award Winner

The Varsity

2018 Critics Pick: Best oral pleasures nonprofit BOA Award Winner

The Giving Kitchen

2018 Critics Pick: Best OTP Restaurant BOA Award Winner

Porch Light Latin Kitchen
The little Smyrna restaurant that could, keeps going. Two years after opening Porch Light?s doors, chef Andre Gomez is still whipping up flavorful Latin food. The menu may change often but thankfully the pork chop can-can is a staple.

2018 Critics Pick: Best OTP Sandwiches BOA Award Winner

Muss & Turner
Gourmet deli by day and bistro by night, Muss & Turner is worth the drive to Smyrna. The go-to neighborhood sandwich restaurant turns even a simple chicken salad sandwich into a global infusion of flavors with red onions, chili, and cilantro. Ingredients are locally sourced and the menu changes often.more...
Gourmet deli by day and bistro by night, Muss & Turner is worth the drive to Smyrna. The go-to neighborhood sandwich restaurant turns even a simple chicken salad sandwich into a global infusion of flavors with red onions, chili, and cilantro. Ingredients are locally sourced and the menu changes often. You may want to ask for an extra homemade pickle and their award-winning cookie to go along. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Outdoor Dining BOA Award Winner

Muchacho

2018 Critics Pick: Best Oysters BOA Award Winner

Beetlecat
I have seen oyster detesters turn into devotees at Beetlecat, one of Ford Fry's lively creations. The upscale seafood restaurant and cocktail lounge has a cool patio that is great for alfresco dining. And there are 14 varieties oyster to choose from, each one with its own description of creamy, sweet,more...
I have seen oyster detesters turn into devotees at Beetlecat, one of Ford Fry's lively creations. The upscale seafood restaurant and cocktail lounge has a cool patio that is great for alfresco dining. And there are 14 varieties oyster to choose from, each one with its own description of creamy, sweet, light, crips just like fine varieties of wine. Who knew shucking oysters could be this much fun? less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Pancakes BOA Award Winner

Original Pancake House

2018 Critics Pick: Best Patio Dining BOA Award Winner

Muchacho

2018 Critics Pick: Best Peruvian BOA Award Winner

Caille Latina

2018 Critics Pick: Best Pho BOA Award Winner

I Luv Pho

2018 Critics Pick: Best Pizza BOA Award Winner

Rosa's
A weekday lunch on Broad Street is a wonderful reminder that Atlanta is a city. And jumping in the perfectly-managed line at Rosa's for a crispy slice truly tops the urban experience.

2018 Critics Pick: Best Pop Up Food Event BOA Award Winner

Chicomecoalitien

2018 Critics Pick: Best Ramen BOA Award Winner

Wagaya

2018 Critics Pick: Best Restaurant BOA Award Winner

Staplehouse

2018 Critics Pick: Best Restaurant for a First Date BOA Award Winner

Carroll Street Cafe
A good date spot needs to be one where you don't mind being stood up. We've had great dates and bad dates at Carroll Street Cafe, but never a bad meal, glass of wine, or seat. It's cute and cozy and we feel all kinds of go-ahead vibes on some modest PDA. The odds are always in your favor when orderingmore...
A good date spot needs to be one where you don't mind being stood up. We've had great dates and bad dates at Carroll Street Cafe, but never a bad meal, glass of wine, or seat. It's cute and cozy and we feel all kinds of go-ahead vibes on some modest PDA. The odds are always in your favor when ordering dessert, usually two, especially if love isn't in the air. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Restaurant to Take Visitors BOA Award Winner

Trader Vics
It shocks me how many Atlantans haven't been to Trader Vic's. It's a kitschy Pacific Rim gem hidden below the Atlanta Marriott Marquis that dishes out Mai Tais in fish bowls. Because sharing is caring and good for the immune system. Aloha already!

2018 Critics Pick: Best Ribs BOA Award Winner

Fox Brothers

2018 Critics Pick: Best Sandwich BOA Award Winner

The Picnic - Elliot Street Pub
The best, most delicious pressed sandwich is called the Picnic and can be found at Elliot Street Pub in Castleberry Hill. Ham and turkey and Swiss and BAKED POTATO SALAD on multigrain bread! We repeat: it has baked potato salad IN THE SANDWICH! It's like you're at a picnic in heaven.

2018 Critics Pick: Best Seafood BOA Award Winner

Wats Crackin?
Eating seafood inland can be tough for those who grew up on the coast. But there's something special about ordering a box of garlic buttered crab legs in what is essentially someone's living room, then sitting out on the trunk of your car to eat it, as Wats Crackin? provides no indoor eating area. Bringmore...
Eating seafood inland can be tough for those who grew up on the coast. But there's something special about ordering a box of garlic buttered crab legs in what is essentially someone's living room, then sitting out on the trunk of your car to eat it, as Wats Crackin? provides no indoor eating area. Bring wipes and a friend because there is plenty to go around. The best value in town, in our opinion. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Service (Restaurant) BOA Award Winner

El Super Pan

2018 Critics Pick: Best Soul Food BOA Award Winner

Homegrown
Their fried pork chop makes me wanna fight people.

2018 Critics Pick: Best Spanish/Tapas BOA Award Winner

Iberian Pig

2018 Critics Pick: Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Little Alley

2018 Critics Pick: Best Tacos BOA Award Winner

El Progreso
The regulars refer to El Progreso tacos as 'prison tacos,' as this joint is right next to the federal pen, but their tacos are as classic as they can be without a passport. Inside might feel a little south of the border, with lost cell service and rows of authentic Mexican products lining the adjacentmore...
The regulars refer to El Progreso tacos as 'prison tacos,' as this joint is right next to the federal pen, but their tacos are as classic as they can be without a passport. Inside might feel a little south of the border, with lost cell service and rows of authentic Mexican products lining the adjacent market, but guess what? You're actually in taco nirvana. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Tequila Bar BOA Award Winner

Escorpion

2018 Critics Pick: Best Tex-Mex BOA Award Winner

Nueva Laredo cantina

2018 Critics Pick: Best Thai BOA Award Winner

Panita Thai Kitchen
Authentic as the Thai humidity is heavy, the dishes at Panita are served in carved fruits and look and tastes like vacation. The owner is a sake bomb pusher, but cares?

2018 Critics Pick: Best Tiki Bar BOA Award Winner

Book House

2018 Critics Pick: Best Vegan Bakery BOA Award Winner

Dulce Vegan Bakery and Cafe

2018 Critics Pick: Best Vegetarian/Vegan BOA Award Winner

Cafe Sunflower
Cafe Sunflower proves that being vegan doesn't mean you can't enjoy fine dining. It opened over 20 years ago, when vegan/vegetarian options were rather limited, and has been serving delectable entrees like cauliflower steak, 'meat'loaf, sesame 'chicken', and 'crab' cakes ever since. The Sunday brunchmore...
Cafe Sunflower proves that being vegan doesn't mean you can't enjoy fine dining. It opened over 20 years ago, when vegan/vegetarian options were rather limited, and has been serving delectable entrees like cauliflower steak, 'meat'loaf, sesame 'chicken', and 'crab' cakes ever since. The Sunday brunch buffet is one of our favorites in town. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Veggie Burger BOA Award Winner

Cafe Sunflower

2018 Critics Pick: Best Vietnamese BOA Award Winner

Nam Phuong
Nam Phuong is a choice spot for delicious authentic Vietnamese food, standing proudly among other Asian eateries on Buford Highway. You'll want to try one of their Vietnamese noodle and rice dishes in family-style sharable portions, as well as the pho, spring rolls, and Atlanta's favorite crispy chickenmore...
Nam Phuong is a choice spot for delicious authentic Vietnamese food, standing proudly among other Asian eateries on Buford Highway. You'll want to try one of their Vietnamese noodle and rice dishes in family-style sharable portions, as well as the pho, spring rolls, and Atlanta's favorite crispy chicken wings with sweet-and-spicy fish sauce. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Wine List BOA Award Winner

City Winery

2018 Critics Pick: Best Wings BOA Award Winner

The Graveyard Tavern
Impossible to get to-go, as I'm not even sure Graveyard has a phone. If they do, they don't answer. It's always worth throwing on my overalls and rolling in rough to fill that void inside with zombie wings.
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2018 Readers Pick: Best Onion Rings BOA Award Winner

The Varsity

2018 Readers Pick: Best OTP Restaurant BOA Award Winner

Porch Light Latin Kitchen

2018 Readers Pick: Best Oysters BOA Award Winner

Kimball House

2018 Readers Pick: Best Pancakes BOA Award Winner

Original Pancake House

2018 Readers Pick: Best Patio Dining BOA Award Winner

Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall

2018 Readers Pick: Best Pho BOA Award Winner

Pho Dai Loi #2

2018 Readers Pick: Best Pizza BOA Award Winner

Antico

2018 Readers Pick: Best Ramen BOA Award Winner

Jinya

2018 Readers Pick: Best Restaurant BOA Award Winner

Staplehouse

2018 Readers Pick: Best Restaurant for a First Date BOA Award Winner

Red Phone Booth

2018 Readers Pick: Best Restaurant to Take Visitors BOA Award Winner

Mary Mac's Tea Room

2018 Readers Pick: Best Sandwich BOA Award Winner

Victory Sandwich Bar

2018 Readers Pick: Best Seafood BOA Award Winner

The Optimist

2018 Readers Pick: Best Service (Restaurant) BOA Award Winner

Kimball House

2018 Readers Pick: Best Soul Food BOA Award Winner

Mary Mac's Tea Room

2018 Readers Pick: Best Spanish/Tapas BOA Award Winner

Iberian Pig

2018 Readers Pick: Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Kevin Rathbun Steak

2018 Readers Pick: Best Tacos BOA Award Winner

Let's Taco Bout it

2018 Readers Pick: Best Tequila Bar BOA Award Winner

Agave

2018 Readers Pick: Best Tex-Mex BOA Award Winner

Superica

2018 Readers Pick: Best Thai BOA Award Winner

Surin of Thailand

2018 Readers Pick: Best Tiki Bar BOA Award Winner

SOS Tiki Bar

2018 Readers Pick: Best Vegetarian/Vegan BOA Award Winner

Cafe Sunflower

2018 Readers Pick: Best Veggie Burger BOA Award Winner

Grindhouse Killer Burgers

2018 Readers Pick: Best Vietnamese BOA Award Winner

Lee's Bakery

2018 Readers Pick: Best Wine List BOA Award Winner

Barcelona Wine Bar

2018 Readers Pick: Best Wings BOA Award Winner

Fox Bros
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2018 Critics Pick: Best Korean BOA Award Winner

Gaja korean
It's not just the best Korean restaurant in Atlanta - Gaja is just one of the coolest, best service, all around awesome places to eat and drink and enjoy life. You're going to want to get everything on the menu. I suggest bringing a crew and doing exactly that.

2018 Critics Pick: Best Local Brewery BOA Award Winner

Scofflaw Brewing Company

2018 Critics Pick: Best Local Buy BOA Award Winner

Treehouse Nut Milk

2018 Critics Pick: Best Malaysian BOA Award Winner

Mamak
The casual Buford Highway eatery is one of the very few places you can find authentic Malay flavors in Atlanta. If you like spicy, ask for the curry fish filet with steamed rice and pair it with fresh young coconut water. The portions are enormous for the price, which explains why Mamak is always packed.more...
The casual Buford Highway eatery is one of the very few places you can find authentic Malay flavors in Atlanta. If you like spicy, ask for the curry fish filet with steamed rice and pair it with fresh young coconut water. The portions are enormous for the price, which explains why Mamak is always packed. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Margarita BOA Award Winner

Superica

2018 Critics Pick: Best Martini BOA Award Winner

Golden Eagle

2018 Critics Pick: Best Mexican BOA Award Winner

Nuevo Laredo Cantina
Among the sea of Mexican restaurants to choose from - most with overcooked Spanish rice, runny refried beans, and chefs who can't pronounce 'quesadilla,' Nuevo Laredo Cantina is the needle in a haystack. Their authentic specialties, including chicken mole, chile relleno, and pork tender brisket, willmore...
Among the sea of Mexican restaurants to choose from - most with overcooked Spanish rice, runny refried beans, and chefs who can't pronounce 'quesadilla,' Nuevo Laredo Cantina is the needle in a haystack. Their authentic specialties, including chicken mole, chile relleno, and pork tender brisket, will transport you to the Mexican campo, minus the cost of a plane ticket. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Middle Eastern BOA Award Winner

Jerusalem Bakery
The family-owned Palestine bakery and cafe has some of the best falafel and shawarma this side of Al Quds. The newly-opened, expanded location in Marietta has plenty of seating and a bustling lunch crowd with lines through the door. There's an adjacent Middle Eastern market selling a large variety ofmore...
The family-owned Palestine bakery and cafe has some of the best falafel and shawarma this side of Al Quds. The newly-opened, expanded location in Marietta has plenty of seating and a bustling lunch crowd with lines through the door. There's an adjacent Middle Eastern market selling a large variety of freshly made pita bread, spinach pies, different kinds of baklava and Palestinian sweets, and colorful lokum (Turkish delight) that you shouldn?t leave without. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Nachos BOA Award Winner

Atkins Park

2018 Critics Pick: Best Neighborhood Restaurant BOA Award Winner

Carroll Street Cafe

2018 Critics Pick: Best New Restaurant BOA Award Winner

The Watchman
The mignonette at The Watchman is life-changing. I always have to keep myself from drinking it straight out of the bottle.

2018 Critics Pick: Best Onion Rings BOA Award Winner

The Varsity

2018 Critics Pick: Best oral pleasures nonprofit BOA Award Winner

The Giving Kitchen

2018 Critics Pick: Best OTP Restaurant BOA Award Winner

Porch Light Latin Kitchen
The little Smyrna restaurant that could, keeps going. Two years after opening Porch Light?s doors, chef Andre Gomez is still whipping up flavorful Latin food. The menu may change often but thankfully the pork chop can-can is a staple.

2018 Critics Pick: Best OTP Sandwiches BOA Award Winner

Muss & Turner
Gourmet deli by day and bistro by night, Muss & Turner is worth the drive to Smyrna. The go-to neighborhood sandwich restaurant turns even a simple chicken salad sandwich into a global infusion of flavors with red onions, chili, and cilantro. Ingredients are locally sourced and the menu changes often.more...
Gourmet deli by day and bistro by night, Muss & Turner is worth the drive to Smyrna. The go-to neighborhood sandwich restaurant turns even a simple chicken salad sandwich into a global infusion of flavors with red onions, chili, and cilantro. Ingredients are locally sourced and the menu changes often. You may want to ask for an extra homemade pickle and their award-winning cookie to go along. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Outdoor Dining BOA Award Winner

Muchacho

2018 Critics Pick: Best Oysters BOA Award Winner

Beetlecat
I have seen oyster detesters turn into devotees at Beetlecat, one of Ford Fry's lively creations. The upscale seafood restaurant and cocktail lounge has a cool patio that is great for alfresco dining. And there are 14 varieties oyster to choose from, each one with its own description of creamy, sweet,more...
I have seen oyster detesters turn into devotees at Beetlecat, one of Ford Fry's lively creations. The upscale seafood restaurant and cocktail lounge has a cool patio that is great for alfresco dining. And there are 14 varieties oyster to choose from, each one with its own description of creamy, sweet, light, crips just like fine varieties of wine. Who knew shucking oysters could be this much fun? less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Pancakes BOA Award Winner

Original Pancake House

2018 Critics Pick: Best Patio Dining BOA Award Winner

Muchacho

2018 Critics Pick: Best Peruvian BOA Award Winner

Caille Latina

2018 Critics Pick: Best Pho BOA Award Winner

I Luv Pho

2018 Critics Pick: Best Pizza BOA Award Winner

Rosa's
A weekday lunch on Broad Street is a wonderful reminder that Atlanta is a city. And jumping in the perfectly-managed line at Rosa's for a crispy slice truly tops the urban experience.

2018 Critics Pick: Best Pop Up Food Event BOA Award Winner

Chicomecoalitien

2018 Critics Pick: Best Ramen BOA Award Winner

Wagaya

2018 Critics Pick: Best Restaurant BOA Award Winner

Staplehouse

2018 Critics Pick: Best Restaurant for a First Date BOA Award Winner

Carroll Street Cafe
A good date spot needs to be one where you don't mind being stood up. We've had great dates and bad dates at Carroll Street Cafe, but never a bad meal, glass of wine, or seat. It's cute and cozy and we feel all kinds of go-ahead vibes on some modest PDA. The odds are always in your favor when orderingmore...
A good date spot needs to be one where you don't mind being stood up. We've had great dates and bad dates at Carroll Street Cafe, but never a bad meal, glass of wine, or seat. It's cute and cozy and we feel all kinds of go-ahead vibes on some modest PDA. The odds are always in your favor when ordering dessert, usually two, especially if love isn't in the air. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Restaurant to Take Visitors BOA Award Winner

Trader Vics
It shocks me how many Atlantans haven't been to Trader Vic's. It's a kitschy Pacific Rim gem hidden below the Atlanta Marriott Marquis that dishes out Mai Tais in fish bowls. Because sharing is caring and good for the immune system. Aloha already!

2018 Critics Pick: Best Ribs BOA Award Winner

Fox Brothers

2018 Critics Pick: Best Sandwich BOA Award Winner

The Picnic - Elliot Street Pub
The best, most delicious pressed sandwich is called the Picnic and can be found at Elliot Street Pub in Castleberry Hill. Ham and turkey and Swiss and BAKED POTATO SALAD on multigrain bread! We repeat: it has baked potato salad IN THE SANDWICH! It's like you're at a picnic in heaven.

2018 Critics Pick: Best Seafood BOA Award Winner

Wats Crackin?
Eating seafood inland can be tough for those who grew up on the coast. But there's something special about ordering a box of garlic buttered crab legs in what is essentially someone's living room, then sitting out on the trunk of your car to eat it, as Wats Crackin? provides no indoor eating area. Bringmore...
Eating seafood inland can be tough for those who grew up on the coast. But there's something special about ordering a box of garlic buttered crab legs in what is essentially someone's living room, then sitting out on the trunk of your car to eat it, as Wats Crackin? provides no indoor eating area. Bring wipes and a friend because there is plenty to go around. The best value in town, in our opinion. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Service (Restaurant) BOA Award Winner

El Super Pan

2018 Critics Pick: Best Soul Food BOA Award Winner

Homegrown
Their fried pork chop makes me wanna fight people.

2018 Critics Pick: Best Spanish/Tapas BOA Award Winner

Iberian Pig

2018 Critics Pick: Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Little Alley

2018 Critics Pick: Best Tacos BOA Award Winner

El Progreso
The regulars refer to El Progreso tacos as 'prison tacos,' as this joint is right next to the federal pen, but their tacos are as classic as they can be without a passport. Inside might feel a little south of the border, with lost cell service and rows of authentic Mexican products lining the adjacentmore...
The regulars refer to El Progreso tacos as 'prison tacos,' as this joint is right next to the federal pen, but their tacos are as classic as they can be without a passport. Inside might feel a little south of the border, with lost cell service and rows of authentic Mexican products lining the adjacent market, but guess what? You're actually in taco nirvana. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Tequila Bar BOA Award Winner

Escorpion

2018 Critics Pick: Best Tex-Mex BOA Award Winner

Nueva Laredo cantina

2018 Critics Pick: Best Thai BOA Award Winner

Panita Thai Kitchen
Authentic as the Thai humidity is heavy, the dishes at Panita are served in carved fruits and look and tastes like vacation. The owner is a sake bomb pusher, but cares?

2018 Critics Pick: Best Tiki Bar BOA Award Winner

Book House

2018 Critics Pick: Best Vegan Bakery BOA Award Winner

Dulce Vegan Bakery and Cafe

2018 Critics Pick: Best Vegetarian/Vegan BOA Award Winner

Cafe Sunflower
Cafe Sunflower proves that being vegan doesn't mean you can't enjoy fine dining. It opened over 20 years ago, when vegan/vegetarian options were rather limited, and has been serving delectable entrees like cauliflower steak, 'meat'loaf, sesame 'chicken', and 'crab' cakes ever since. The Sunday brunchmore...
Cafe Sunflower proves that being vegan doesn't mean you can't enjoy fine dining. It opened over 20 years ago, when vegan/vegetarian options were rather limited, and has been serving delectable entrees like cauliflower steak, 'meat'loaf, sesame 'chicken', and 'crab' cakes ever since. The Sunday brunch buffet is one of our favorites in town. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Veggie Burger BOA Award Winner

Cafe Sunflower

2018 Critics Pick: Best Vietnamese BOA Award Winner

Nam Phuong
Nam Phuong is a choice spot for delicious authentic Vietnamese food, standing proudly among other Asian eateries on Buford Highway. You'll want to try one of their Vietnamese noodle and rice dishes in family-style sharable portions, as well as the pho, spring rolls, and Atlanta's favorite crispy chickenmore...
Nam Phuong is a choice spot for delicious authentic Vietnamese food, standing proudly among other Asian eateries on Buford Highway. You'll want to try one of their Vietnamese noodle and rice dishes in family-style sharable portions, as well as the pho, spring rolls, and Atlanta's favorite crispy chicken wings with sweet-and-spicy fish sauce. less...

2018 Critics Pick: Best Wine List BOA Award Winner

City Winery

2018 Critics Pick: Best Wings BOA Award Winner

The Graveyard Tavern
Impossible to get to-go, as I'm not even sure Graveyard has a phone. If they do, they don't answer. It's always worth throwing on my overalls and rolling in rough to fill that void inside with zombie wings.

2018 Readers Pick: Best 24-hour Restaurant BOA Award Winner

Waffle House

2018 Readers Pick: Best Bagel BOA Award Winner

Emerald City Bagels

2018 Readers Pick: Best Bakery BOA Award Winner

Hell Yeah Gluten Free

2018 Readers Pick: Best Bar Food BOA Award Winner

The Wrecking Bar

2018 Readers Pick: Best Bar- Best Bartender/Mixologist BOA Award Winner

Kaitlin Kepfer at The Albert

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