GA Voice - - Food & Mixology -

Nes­tled among the but­toned-up steak­houses and fine-din­ing con­cepts that flood the Buck­head restau­rant scene is the charm­ing Joy Cafe, where you can taste the love and at­ten­tion given to each made­from-scratch dish. The fam­ily-owned soup and sand­wich shop roasts all its meats in­house and com­bines ru­ral Euro­pean recipes with tra­di­tional Southern fla­vors to open a new world of de­li­cious­ness.

Eclipse di Luna

Some restau­rants ben­e­fit from their lo­ca­tion, but Eclipse di Luna is one that thrives de­spite its round­about ad­dress. Tucked be­hind Sid­ney Mar­cus Boule­vard on a hide­away street called Miami Cir­cle, the tapas bar has been a mag­net for din­ers with its eclec­tic of­fer­ings and elec­tric am­biance. It’s ironic that Eclipse di Luna is such a pop­u­lar spot for first dates, given how hard it is to com­mit to any of its com­bi­na­tions of share­able plates.

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West Egg Cafe

There’s no bet­ter way to wake up than with the fla­vors served at West Egg Cafe, which epit­o­mizes the taste-making growth of the West Mid­town area. The name draws de­served at­ten­tion to the restau­rant’s break­fast spe­cial­ties, in­clud­ing an eggs Bene­dict on salmon cakes or pulled pork, a fried green tomato wrap and an eggs-and-pota­toes plate lov­ingly known as the West Side Pileup. But the Southern fla­vor seeps into the af­ter­noon menu as well, in items such as the spot’s sig­na­ture peanut but­ter and jelly sand­wich and a dou­ble burger topped with pi­mento cheese, ba­con and tomato jam.



Restau­rants come and go quicker than the sea­sons in At­lanta, but for more than two decades Bac­cha­na­lia has stood out as a mod­ern At­lanta institution. It is one of the most el­e­vated din­ing ex­pe­ri­ences the South has to of­fer (from caviar and foie gras to its five-course ser­vice), and is

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