Top Ten Restaurants in Atlanta

Restaurant-booking website Savored, a partner of Away.com, picks ten must-visit restaurants in Atlanta. Try not to drool on your keyboard.
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Spice Market
An outpost of Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s renowned New York restaurant, this Midtown stunner offers a sense of modern authenticity in both ambience and cuisine. With upscale décor reminiscent of old-world China, Spice Market embodies a comfortable, lush sense of elegance. To complement this atmosphere, the menu here showcases Head Chef Mauro Gomez’s culinary expertise with these unique Asian flavors. With a strong proprietary pedigree and mouthwatering fare, Spice Market is a must-see when visiting the Peach State.
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4th & Swift
Sleek and elegantly rustic, 4th & Swift boasts one of the most unique menus in the area. With ambience effects featuring exposed brick, dark wood furniture, and low lighting, this Midtown spot has a one-of-a-kind sense of warmth and a relaxed beauty. Here, acclaimed Chef Jay Swift puts an updated and elevated spin on Southern cuisine, creating dishes such as caramelized local fig and melon salad with prosciutto and arugula and violet mustard vinaigrette, promising a truly memorable dining experience.
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Ruth’s Chris Steak House
As its renowned name suggests, this Sandy Springs steakhouse upholds a standard of old-world grace, balanced by decadent food highlighting some modern culinary techniques. Here, treat your taste buds with staples such as the ‘crabtini,’ made with colossal lump crabmeat served with classic Creole remoulade sauce in a chilled martini glass, and signature cuts of steak sure to satisfy even the biggest appetite. To facilitate your indulgent meal, a knowledgeable and attentive waitstaff will help you navigate each course.

Published: 17 Aug 2012 | Last Updated: 11 Oct 2012
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication
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