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Wonderful food, reasonably priced for the quality. Very elegant setting and great service. Highly recommend it! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Love Nahm!!! Never disappoints! Food always excellent. Chef always comes out and visits with guests. Recommend Masaman Curry and Pineapple Chicken. Also the sampler appetizer if great to taste 3 different appetizers. Recommend basil rolls, dumplings and crab appetizer. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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At Noona Steakhouse & Oyster Bar located in Parsons Alley in Historic Downtown Duluth, we showcase classic American steakhouse and oyster bar favorites inspired by the forests and seashores of Korea.
We take pride in sourcing from the Southeast's best farms and purveyors. The restaurant is centered around an open kitchen with a 9 foot wood burning hearth, accompanied by a fresh and varied selection of raw oysters that changes daily.
Our Bar features craft beers, inspired signature and classic prohibition era cocktails and an extensive and interesting wine list.More
South City Kitchen Avalon continues the beloved tradition of elevated Southern cuisine and genuine hospitality with daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner and weekend brunch in Alpharetta’s premier dining and retail destination.
Enjoy our sophisticated Southern food: South City Kitchen signatures are offered in addition to seasonal, chef-driven southern creations exclusive to the Avalon location.
Whether you’re staying at the Hotel at Avalon for business or enjoying Avalon’ s awesome shopping and entertainment, we look forward to introducing our iconic cuisine to a new neighborhood.More
The Focus at Stack Kitchen is its top quality American cuisine that offers a variety of amazing freshly cooked food, combined with an extensive Wine and Beer list , solid Cocktail and top shelf Liquor. A Classy supper ambiance great atmosphere and swift professional service, visit us to see why Stack Kitchen has a different Flare of American Food delicious and mouth savoring. We also offer Sunday Brunch . More
Beer, barbecue, and baseball are staples of the south. Terrapin Beer Company, Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q and the Atlanta Braves deliver them all through a brand-new taproom and microbrewery at The Battery Atlanta, adjacent to SunTrust Park, the new home of the Braves. The Terrapin Taproom is a restaurant operated by Delaware North, offering a rotating tap list that includes many of the signature beers that have elevated and defined Terrapin within the world of craft beer since 2002. Fans of the Athens-based brewery can enjoy classic Terrapin brews such as Hopsecutioner, HI-5, Recreation Ale and Sound Czech Pils. The Taproom also features the world-famous Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q, known for their special blend of Texas heat and southern spice. Terrapin’s ATL Brew Lab is visible from the Terrapin Taproom. The microbrewery has a five-barrel brewhouse, where Terrapin experiments with different styles of beer, including a few baseball-themed brews.More
While Coca-Cola may have put Atlanta on the nation’s culinary map (as the city plays home to its headquarters), Atlanta is known for far more than America’s favorite soda. Once a bit conservative in flavor, the city has recently undergone a creative renaissance with food at the helm, catapulting Southern soul food into new light, with fingerlicking barbecue, collards, and cornbread as its heart. But Southern food isn’t that simple—influence of European immigrants at the turn of the century, as well as the history of enslaved Africans and their descendents, and more recent waves of Asian, Latin American, and Middle Eastern immigration have defined a broader southern culture, which you can now taste all over Atlanta. Whether it’s reinterpreted omakase, nose-to-tail, or a bagel with shmear, local cuisine suggests that Atlanta just may be the South’s new foodie capital.