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Best Late-Night Dining BOA Award Winner

Year » 2003
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Critics
R. Thomas Deluxe Grill
"We offer real food choices for both carnivores and vegetarians alike" is the motto of R. THOMAS' DELUXE GRILL, one of our city's most eccentric dining spots. Open 24 hours, seven days a week (or nearly so), the cafe offers a menu that includes vegan, organic and meat entrees. The healthier food is actuallymore...
"We offer real food choices for both carnivores and vegetarians alike" is the motto of R. THOMAS' DELUXE GRILL, one of our city's most eccentric dining spots. Open 24 hours, seven days a week (or nearly so), the cafe offers a menu that includes vegan, organic and meat entrees. The healthier food is actually an outgrowth of owner R. Thomas' passion for gardening. We still tend to favor the burgers and killer juices but if you like weird raw food, you'll be as happy as a blue jay digging up a worm at daybreak. "1812 Peachtree St., 404-872-2942. www.rthomasdeluxegrill.com" less...

Best Late-Night Dining BOA Award Winner

Hae Woon Dae

Best 24-hour Restaurant BOA Award Winner

Year » 2002
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Readers
Waffle House

Best Restaurant for Late-night Dining BOA Award Winner

Year » 2002
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Readers
Waffle House

Best 24-hour Restaurant BOA Award Winner

R. Thomas Deluxe Grill
1812 Peachtree St. 404-881-0246 Many 'round-the-clock restaurants are simply refuges for insomniacs, night-shift employees and people biding their time until the next pre-dawn party. But the food and environment at R. Thomas make it a dining destination in its own right, no matter what time of day.more...
1812 Peachtree St. 404-881-0246 Many 'round-the-clock restaurants are simply refuges for insomniacs, night-shift employees and people biding their time until the next pre-dawn party. But the food and environment at R. Thomas make it a dining destination in its own right, no matter what time of day. The lush, plant-filled patio proves a cozy haven despite its proximity to Peachtree Street, and the menu features a robust variety of health-conscious salads, pastas, burgers and breakfasts served any time. Maybe the kitschy decor will unnerve some night owls ("Dude, that knight in armor on the roof is freaking me out!), but otherwise R. Thomas is ready whenever you are. less...

Best Hangout for Insomniacs BOA Award Winner

Express Bowling Lanes
1936 Piedmont Circle 404-874-5703 If the Sandman doesn't visit and you're left wide awake and edgy, head to Express Bowling Lanes where perhaps the drone of balls rolling on hardwood will lull you to sleep. If not, you can count bowling pins, drink beer until your eyelids droop or wear yourself outmore...
1936 Piedmont Circle 404-874-5703 If the Sandman doesn't visit and you're left wide awake and edgy, head to Express Bowling Lanes where perhaps the drone of balls rolling on hardwood will lull you to sleep. If not, you can count bowling pins, drink beer until your eyelids droop or wear yourself out perfecting your strike. No matter what you choose to do at Express Lanes, it beats staring at the ceiling, hitting Home Depot or examining your life into the wee hours at the Majestic. Unfortunately food service stops at about 1 a.m. on weekdays and about 3 a.m. on weekends, so go early if you want their tasty fried mushrooms and mozzarella sticks. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. less...

Best Restaurant for Late-Night Dining BOA Award Winner

Hae Woon Dae
5805 Buford Highway 770-458-6999 For an adventurous satiation of your late-night lust for edibles scattered, smothered and covered, hit the highway. Not only is this the best Korean in town, the place serves until 6 a.m. (with the exception of Wednesday, when the restaurant shuts down at midnight).more...
5805 Buford Highway 770-458-6999 For an adventurous satiation of your late-night lust for edibles scattered, smothered and covered, hit the highway. Not only is this the best Korean in town, the place serves until 6 a.m. (with the exception of Wednesday, when the restaurant shuts down at midnight). Forget the Waffle House or the Majestic. Here, chipper waitresses cook marinated meats on your table's own wood-burning grill. Take a lettuce leaf or rice bowl, scatter it with beef, chicken or squid, smother with fresh garlic and jalapenos and cover with kimchi and sesame oil. Hashbrowns are for the birds. less...

Best Late-Night Dining BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Picked By » Critics
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Majestic Diner
Soak up the decadent, hard-luck atmosphere as you soak up your hangover with the best of Atlanta's greasy-spoon fare. For the blind drunk and sensitive of stomach, bland hash browns and a plain egg omelet are always your safest bet. For all you Elvis types, you can get in a good square meal of meat andmore...
Soak up the decadent, hard-luck atmosphere as you soak up your hangover with the best of Atlanta's greasy-spoon fare. For the blind drunk and sensitive of stomach, bland hash browns and a plain egg omelet are always your safest bet. For all you Elvis types, you can get in a good square meal of meat and three, and follow it up with a nice, stiff icebox pie. less...

Best Late-Night Dining BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Picked By » Readers
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Waffle House
Scattered, smothered or covered, no matter how you prefer your taters, Waffle House serves breakfast 24 hours a day with unvarying uniformity — just like its ubiquitous, boxlike restaurant design. And at 3 a.m., that kind of predictability may be a sobering and comforting fact. For the jonesing sweet-toothedmore...
Scattered, smothered or covered, no matter how you prefer your taters, Waffle House serves breakfast 24 hours a day with unvarying uniformity — just like its ubiquitous, boxlike restaurant design. And at 3 a.m., that kind of predictability may be a sobering and comforting fact. For the jonesing sweet-toothed junkie among us, there's nothing quite like the pecan waffle. less...

Best Hangout for Insomniacs BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Picked By » Readers
Type of Award » Cityscape
Waffle House
Sure, folks love Waffle House for the eggs, grits, hash browns and, of course, waffles, but the reason they keep coming back is the atmosphere: the classic decor, the scintillating conversation, the friendly waitstaff and the array of colorful characters sure to be dining at the next booth at any givenmore...
Sure, folks love Waffle House for the eggs, grits, hash browns and, of course, waffles, but the reason they keep coming back is the atmosphere: the classic decor, the scintillating conversation, the friendly waitstaff and the array of colorful characters sure to be dining at the next booth at any given time. If you find these attributes in bloom at 10 a.m., rest assured their effect is exponentially magnified at, say, 4 a.m. It's the only place self-respecting insomniacs would allow themselves to be seen in the wee hours. less...

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