An Eater’s Guide to Atlanta in 2020
Atlanta’s first streetcar suburb has been home to some quality dining options for quite some time, but the neighborhood has exploded with development in recent years. Krog Street Market, with its food stalls and craft beer bar, is almost always packed at peak hours. With a roster of veteran Atlanta dining talent, Ticonderoga Club, serving a mix of Asian, Southern, and New England fare to go with creative cocktails and a fun atmosphere, is the best bet in the food hall. Elsewhere, BoccaLupo turns out Atlanta’s best pasta, and Sotto Sotto is a go-to for multi-course Italian feasts. Kevin Rathbun Steak offers huge cuts of beef and steakhouse sides. Bread & Butterfly has quickly become a destination for French bistro fare and great wines by the glass. More than a few Atlantans point to One Eared Stag when recommending their favorite burger in the city. Diners will forget about Chipotle forever after one bite at Bell Street Burritos, which also has locations in Buckhead and Downtown’s Sweet Auburn Curb Market. And, tucked away on Lake Avenue is a quaint breakfast and lunch spot named Julianna’s serving Hungarian-style crepes made from an old family recipe. Here’s a handy guide to dining in the neighborhood, which includes Little Five Points.