The heart of the South is known for some down-home cooking, so what do Atlanta’s luxury hotels bring to the table? They bring luxurious dining that complements both their roots here in the South and the innovation many chefs are bringing to the table themselves to this region. Discover innovative fine dining at Atlanta’s luxury hotels while relaxing in lush environments filled with the finest hospitality.
The Ritz-Carlton Buckhead
3434 Peachtree Road N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30326
The Café is an optimal place to dine for any meal in Atlanta, but head there during brunch and you will be very delighted. The early-day extravaganza delights with more than 100 tasty selections including sushi and superb desserts under the direction of Chef Travis Robinson. Put a little sparkle on your day with the bubble bar and have a custom kir, bellini or delightful Champagne cocktail. Any special occasion or ordinary day will turn into a remarkable one after a meal at The Café at The Ritz-Carlton Buckhead. While there, try a wine recommended by the Cafe’s sommelier, Linda Torres Alarcon. The entire year will be very exciting for the hotel as it marks its 30th anniversary with celebratory events.
Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta
75 14th St. N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30309
Chef Gerstenecker of The Four Seasons Atlanta Park 75 restaurant is said to be the best chef in town by many for the taste of his food. Hopefully they know how much care and concern goes into all of the ingredients for his creations, right down to the honey. Take a look out of the 5th floor terrace window and spot the Chef’s bees which produce the honey he uses in the restaurant. It’s not hard to spot. It’s right next to one of the best urban herb gardens in the city. Visit the Park 75 restaurant or lounge for a cocktail or appetizer and then enjoy a coursed meal at Park 75 and be well cared for by the staff.
Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta
3376 Peachtree Road N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30326
At the center of the dining scene in Atlanta is the neighborhood of Buckhead. While there, pop into the Mandarin Oriental’s Café & Bar for a fresh approach to dining. Meals here are designed around organic produce and prepared with finesse. This café’s décor is both sophisticated and contemporary. The plush carpets lead you to stunning comfy leather chairs with views of a traditional garden. Spring will bring some exciting change to this dining location, so please visit the website for all of the updated news.
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Grand Hyatt Atlanta
3300 Peachtree Road N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30305
One can also enjoy views of a garden at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta. The Japanese Zen Garden views are available at the Onyx at the Grand. The Onyx is only a starter to Cassis where food is thoughtfully sourced and carefully served. Freshness and flavor reign supreme here where health is always on the menu. The restaurant’s philosophy has three pillars. It focuses on healthy people, a healthy planet and a healthy community. Children’s menus are not forgotten within these pillars.
The Ritz-Carlton Atlanta
181 Peachtree St. N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30303
When in downtown Atlanta for business or pleasure, be sure to bask in the stylish comfort and warmth of Atlanta Grill whether in one of the cushiony chairs or in the sun out on the outdoor terrace overlooking Peachtree Street. Although famous as a steak restaurant, it also has chops and seafood on its Southern-inspired menu. Impeccable service allows this restaurant to stand out from all others in the area. If weather permits, request to dine by the flickering lanterns on the terrace. If you have a larger group, opt for the “Cheater’s Booth” which holds six in a setting with private drapes for the most intimate dining experience.
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