For a special occasion, try their extravagant Siberian Sturgeon Caviar, served with potato chips, capers, clabber, and chives. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and has an awesome dessert menu to boot. No making out at the table, please. Wisteria's menu reflects these relationships, utilizing sustainable and organic ingredients whenever possible, from Atlanta's Turnip Truck and its harvest of organic vegetables to the goat cheese at Coles Lake Dairy in Carrollton, Ga. Get the Elk or Veal and have your server recommend a lovely red to pair with it.
Sip on a colorful cocktail as you nuzzle up to your sweetie in the comfy booths. Ecco is known for blending exotic flavors of Europe with unique dishes such as fried goat cheese drizzled with honey. This restaurant, housed in a historical brick building with exposed ductwork is sophisticated yet trendy at the same time. Price need not be a concern as there are romantic restaurants featured on this list to accommodate nearly any budget. Warm lights, and old-world brick and stucco walls highlight an oversized wood bar featuring 100 types of Tequila. Served on chips of four pieces, it really is perfect for two to share.
James Beard award-winning chef Hugh Acheson's first Atlanta restaurant offers an alternative take on Southern cuisine. Sebrina Bush is a freelance writer in Atlanta. Steps away from the Atlanta Beltline, dinner at Kevin Rathbun Steak is truly a five-star dining experience. Small plates include classics like Free Range New Zealand Lamb Lollipops or Signature Applewood Smoked Cheddar Grilled Cheese Sandwich with Heirloom Tomato Bisque. The swanky atmosphere is perfect for a romantic birthday dinner. Favorite entrees include the slow roasted Carolina rabbit with Swiss chard and bacon ravioli and the trout with smoked salmon tortellini. A great view goes a long way toward accomplishing that second goal, and these seven Atlanta eateries offer some of the best sights in the city.
Ideal selections take care of the details, make you feel welcome, ply you with wonderful dishes and send you on your way with an experience you won't soon forget. The restaurants décor adds to the romance and is equally suitable for business as well as group celebration. The restaurant offers one of the most beautiful views of Atlanta which automatically makes it romantic enough. Go here, and splurge on yourself. For a more private dinner, cozy up in their wine cellar, where you can play your own music. Chef Robert Gerstenecker takes great care to serve creative American cuisine in a luxurious setting.
To further imbue romance on your night try one of the various creative oyster shooters, which combine the aphrodisiac power of the oyster with inhibition releasing power of various alcoholic libations. All you have to do is manage your romantic impulses. Cozy by the candlelight and order an award-winning margarita. The Atlanta restaurant scene offers myriad restaurant options with impeccable eats, but some special events call for an ambiance to match. Don't see your favorite restaurant with a view? In addition, please read our , which has also been updated and became effective May 23rd, 2018.
Served with a penthouse view of the town, the menu is filled with steaks dry-aged in-house and fresh seafood while the wine cellar is stocked with more than 400 vintages. Floataway café This amazing French inspired restaurant is located in the warehouse district of Atlanta. Housed on the 30th floor of the Hilton Atlanta hotel, floor-to-ceiling windows surround the lush booths and tables decked in white tablecloths. It regularly gains props for the great menu, which includes zesty favorites like diablo crawfish pasta, chile-seared jumbo diver sea scallops and New Mexican rack of lamb. Buckhead Ask for a look into the insane vino cellar in this converted Buckhead house if you need help picking a bottle to go with the octopus, pork belly, and short ribs, etc. Polaris The Blue Dome dessert at the Polaris is a must. We also offer catering services, and can provide everything needed for a successful event in the space of your choice.
Midtown Crafted by Chef Jamie Adams -- who spends a lot of time in Italia learning how to make the best pasta, seafood, and a ridiculous coniglio that will set a new standard for how amazing meat can be -- the ambiance of the shining white-tiled decor and charcuterie station will set fire in your heart, and that of your fellow meat-lover. It is easily accessible for Roswell, Alpharetta and East Cobb residents. Classic French cuisine set in a Parisian-cafe atmosphere will have you dreaming of the Avenue des Champs-Élysées. With a 75-bottle wine list and a menu focusing on fresh, seasonal ingredients, One Midtown Kitchen is the place to go in for your nest dinner date. To find out more or to opt-out, please read our. Bistro Niko Part of the Buckhead Life Restaurant Group, Bistro Niko has a lovely patio as well as a beautiful interior, both perfect for a romantic dinner.
Regis hotel in Buckhead, Atlas is uber romantic and diners are surrounded by a superb collection of fine art from Van Gogh, Picasso and many other famous painters. Aria Set in a converted house in Buckhead, Aria is the perfect place for a memorable evening. Spend a relaxing evening taking in the moonlight at one of the many Atlanta rooftop dining restaurants that feature breathtaking natural backdrops. Part restaurant, part lounge and part live music venue, you are destined for romance at Three Sheets in Sandy Springs. She has a love for all things culinary and enjoys writing about Southern food culture on her blog, Dash and Dine Atlanta. In a city where a dozen chefs made it on the in 2015, you know the restaurants are going to be.
The menu contains a nice selection of traditional American foods but also has some more daring items for foodies. The exotic menu fuses together French, Portuguese, Dutch, German and Malaysian tastes in dishes like chicken curry with traditional South African spices and herbs and giant prawns butterflied and grilled in the shells and bathed in lemon butter sauce. Canoe has been pleasing guests with its upscale southern cuisine for decades. The ostrich is a good entrée choice as are any of the fish options. Don't miss the exceptional rooftop patio.