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Hibachi dining has been popular in America since the 1960s. Part comedy show, part technical display, and part communal meal, people like going to Japanese steakhouses to watch the chefs expertly prepare food in front of them and be entertained by their antics. Most people are familiar with flipping eggs into hats and making onion volcanos. With this popularity, many Japanese and Chinese restaurants are adding hibachi tables to their restaurants to draw in a new kind of crowd, but it's very hard ... More >>
Whether you are a fan of clams or oysters, there is an Atlanta seafood restaurant that will strike your fancy. There are restaurants that range from upscale, with valet parking and a high-class ambiance, to traditional crawfish and fried fish joints. Atlanta may not be a beach town, but that does not stop the restaurants here from having great seafood. 1.Crawfish Shack SeafoodThis Atlanta institution is known for one thing—seafood. With a menu that changes often, they offer a variety of se... More >>
Buckhead's own FLIP Burger Boutique has managed to go far and beyond what you would think of when you think of a burger. In fact, it may change your entire definition. Far from the greasy, carnivorous, and fatty things of the past, FLIP presents all of their customers with a new idea--organic, grass fed meat in their Farmer Burger, and avocado instead of mayo for the more health conscious in their Turkey Burger. Offering new, deliciously unique combinations, the juicy, steak-like meat is perfectl... More >>
Aldo’s Italian Restaurant is located on the busy northwest corner of Abernathy and Roswell Road in Sandy Springs. You’ll see the friendly red and green sign and green awning from the intersection, but the entrance is on the north side of Abernathy just east of Roswell Road in the Sandy Springs Crossing shopping center.Aldo’s is a cornerstone of Sandy Springs neighborhood favorites. I see the friendly Italian owner every time I go. The gracious staff will show you to your ... More >>
Located off of Roswell Road in Sandy Springs, Canton Cooks is a casual, authentic Cantonese-Chinese restaurant that is both inexpensive and delicious. It has been a favorite in my family for many years and hopefully many more to come!
Although Canton Cooks is a very small restaurant in terms of size, they pack tons of people in there! Oftentimes, when I go around dinnertime, there is a small wait. The customer crowd is always very diverse. There are people who are of every ethni... More >>
The Brooklyn Cafe, located on the corner of a busy shopping plaza on Sandy Springs Circle, is a neighborhood style cafe with an upscale, contemporary, friendly atmosphere. The cafe is light and bright with great big windows, a black and white checkerboard floor, glass tabletops, and local artwork (for sale) adorning the walls. Real flowers on each table are a nice touch and reflect the attention to detail that this restaurant is known for. This is not another one of Atlanta’s here today-gone... More >>
Located on the far side of the Whole Foods shopping plaza on the corner of Roswell Rd. and Hammond Dr.Hearth has, for the first time, given me hope for Atlanta’s pizza scene. Yes, Fellini’s and Mellow Mushroom do have really, really good pizza, but Hearth has finally made a home for pizza in Atlanta. This chef, who you can find circulating around the restaurant and even serving pizza, is personable, available to patrons, and really knows how to deliver full flavor.
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Sandy Springs is home to the headquarters of many Fortune 500 companies than anywhere in the State including Atlanta .The city’s largest business district is the Roswell Road corridor and Perimeter Center and above mentioned two places are home to many restaurants that offers fantastic dining options. If you are resident of sandy springs or visiting sandy springs, atlanta-restaurants.org picks the best restaurants to experience the food from many different cuisines. 1. Ray's On the River - To... More >>