Food & Drink in Atlanta

$17 for $35 Worth of Drinks — The Hookah Hideaway

The Hookah Hideaway

Atlanta

$35 $17

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$7.50 for $15 Worth of Malaysian Cuisine at Malaya Restaurant

Malaya Restaurant

West Midtown

$15 $7.50

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Menu features more than 100 Malaysian dishes, including fish with black beans and sweet-and-sour chicken

Two Dozen Assorted Mini Cupcakes at Just Dessertz by Erika (42% Off)

Just Dessertz By Erika

Union City

$36 $21

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Grilled Fish and Chicken for Two or Four at Boneheads (Up to 50% Off)

Boneheads

Atlanta

$20 $12

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Fresh local ingredients mix with seafood entrees and chicken smothered in piri-piri pepper sauce

Admission and Two Drinks for One, or VIP Package with Drinks for 8, 15, or 20 at Opera Nightclub (Up to 73% Off)

Opera Atlanta Nightclub

Midtown

$70 $19

Deemed best local dance club by Citysearch, the nightclub offers admission and drinks for one or a VIP group

$119 for Six Hours of Hero Package Mobile Bartending from Alcohol Heroes ($300 Value)

Alcohol Heroes

Redeem from Home

$300 $119

Professional bartenders provide up to six hours of entertainment, hosting, and drink-crafting for private parties

Comedy Show for Two or Four with Optional VIP Seating at Uptown Comedy Corner (Up to 60% Off) 

Uptown Comedy Corner

Uptown Comedy Corner

$30 $20

Intimate comedy venue has landed such acts as Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle

Stand Up Comedy at Atlanta Improv Comedy Club & Dinner Theatre and a $20 Credit for Cellar 56 (Up to 50% Off)

The Atlanta Improv Comedy Club & Dinner Theatre

Atlanta

$70.40 $35

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Atlanta outpost of storied comedy-club chain hosts nationally touring comedians seen on sitcoms and late-night television

Caribbean and International Food at Chef Rob's Caribbean Cafe (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

Chef Rob's Caribbean Café & Upscale Lounge

Sandy Springs

$40 $25

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Caribbean selections include braised beef oxtails and curry goat; international choices include North Atlantic salmon

Brewery Tour and Tasting with Souvenirs for Two or Four at Red Brick Brewing Company (Up to 60% Off)

Red Brick Brewing Company

Atlanta

$58 $24.25

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Guests sample four craft brews while touring a centuries-old brewery

$33 for Two Soups and Two Entrees with Two Drinks at Grand China Restaurant ($60 Value)

Grand China Restaurant

Garden Hills

$60 $33

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Restaurant serves variety of Asian cuisine, from Chinese meals to Japanese and Thai dishes

One or Three Lunch Vouchers or American Cuisine for Dinner at J.R. Crickets Lounge (Up to 55% Off)

J.R. Crickets Lounge

Cascade Heights

$20 $9

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Chicken tenders, battered fish 'n' chips, and wings in 7 flavors including mild, medium, & hot buffalo, barbecue, lemon pepper, & teriyaki

Dinner for Two or Four at Eclectic Bistro and Bar (Up to 51% Off)

Eclectic Bistro and Bar

Atlanta

$71 $39

Guests share apps and desserts, and pick entrees from a menu of modern international fare like pasta carbonara or salmon au beurre blanc

Mediterranean Dinner for Two or Four at Couscous (Up to 41% Off)

Couscous

Atlanta

$49 $28.99

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Modern takes on Mediterranean specialties such as braised lamb sandwiches, Tunisian seafood pasta, and couscous with local vegetables

Bar Bites and Drinks at Epic Lounge & Bistro (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Epic Lounge & Bistro

Atlanta

$20 $12

Share small plates, smoke an array of hookah flavors, and sip fine cognac, martinis, or margaritas as live music provides the soundtrack

$10 for $20 Worth of Nepali and Indian Cuisine at Himalayan Spice

Himalayan Spice

Atlanta-Decatur

$20 $10

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Steamed momo dumplings, noodles, and other specialties of the Himalayas at a spot named one of 2013's best new restaurants by Atlanta

$10 for a Southern BBQ Ribs Combo Meal with Sides and a Soft Drink at Anna's BBQ ($15.64 Value)

Anna's BBQ

Kirkwood

$15.64 $10

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Cooks pack ribs alongside chicken or pulled pork in a to-go box filled with two down-home sides such as potato salad or baked beans

$12.99 for $24 Worth of Gastropub Dinner and Drinks at G's Midtown

G's Midtown

Piedmont Park

$24 $12.99

New neighborhood eatery features fish tacos, jalapeno mac and cheese fritters, braised short rib sandwich, and blackened mahi-mahi

Nigerian-Caribbean-European Fusion Dinner for Two or Four, or Sunday Brunch at Metro Fuxon (Up to 50% Off)

Metro Fuxon

Downtown

$74 $39

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Lauded chef Sammy Davis prepares crafts unique dishes including jerk chicken quesadillas and African fish pepper soup

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While growing up in Taiwan, Grand China Restaurant co-owners K.C. Chang and Tse-Chih Chang watched their mothers??the best cooks in the world??prepare fresh, delicious meals. While she tinkered with the balance of herbs and vegetables in her secret recipes, Tse-Chih?s mother dreamed of owning her own restaurant. As the mother of eight, she never had the time, but her daughter did. After Tse-Chih moved to the United States for graduate school, she opened a Chinese restaurant with her husband.

In business since 1978, Grand China Restaurant dishes sizzling plates of Chinese fare crafted with family recipes. As food trends evolved and customers grew more adventurous, the Changs have expanded their menu to add pan-Asian cuisine, including Vietnamese and Malay appetizers and Japanese and Thai entrees. The new menu earned Grand China the Best of Citysearch award for Best Chinese food every year from 2007 to 2010. Haute Living also called it one of the top five Chinese restaurants in Atlanta, recommending the scorpion or zombie cocktails. Like the food, the cocktails are made from scratch, using fruits, flavored rums, and top-shelf liquors rather than juices or mixes.

2975 Peachtree Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Belly dancers wend sinuously through Imperial Fez?s dimly lit main dining room. On Wednesday, the belly dancers give over the floor to the searing showmanship of fire dancers. Diners gaze at the spectacle through burbles of sweetly scented smoke from table-top hookahs on the patio and in the Casablanca Lounge, which they can order in a flavor of their choice to compliment meals. Two live shows at the patio and lounge are held at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

While nightly entertainment draws diners? attentions, the main attraction at Imperial Fez is chef Rafih Benjelloun?s native Moroccan cuisine, which guests devour by the fingerful. Benjelloun seals the flavors of cumin and cilantro into baked legs of lamb and infuses mountains of couscous with the flavors of apricot, raisin, and sweet onions. Embroidered cushions for seating complete the authenticity of guests? Moroccan dining experience, preventing them from having to build an indoor campfire to justify sitting on the floor.

2285 Peachtree Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

La Fourchette has earned plaudits as one of the most romantic restaurants in the city by Gayot, and the eatery received a nod from critic John Kessler for elegant profiteroles. Its intimate interior is home to a menu melded from traditional French, Italian, and Spanish cuisines. Behind the scenes, French-trained chef Jeffrey Wall helms the kitchen to produce plates of foie gras, fig-balsamic hangar steak with frites, and tender, briny steamed mussels. He also oversees the preparation of dynamic Sunday brunches from a rotating weekly menu. This culinary syllabus presents sweets and savories such as brioche french toast and duck confit joined by soft scrambled eggs. A wine list, thoughtfully curated by sommelier Perrine Prieur, features sip-worthy complements to meals and spill-worthy complements to boring white shirts in need of a festive blot or a corporate logo.

3133 Piedmont Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Atlanta is a burger town, but one of the tastiest competitors for the hamburger crown is Grindhouse Killer Burgers. Located on Edgewood Avenue near Ansley Mall, the spot is short on parking but worth the trip. It makes a great stop after visiting the nearby Atlanta Botanical Garden, as one can offset the gooey, greasy burgers with a long walk through the greenery. Grindhouse has a kitschy atmosphere complete with robot art and televisions usually showing cartoons from the 1980s. There is seating inside, outside and at the bar, so diners won’t usually have to suffer a wait. One uniquely Southern touch is the “cheesy poofs,” which are fried balls of pimento cheese fit for sharing. Grindhouse has several standard burgers, or the customer can create their own masterpiece. Beverage choices include self-described “cheap” or “classy” wines, but the real stars of the show are the boozy milkshakes.

209 Edgewood Ave SE
Atlanta,
GA
US

For 15 years, Baby Tommy's Taste of New York has been serving up authentic New York-style pies topped with everything from traditional pepperoni, to artichokes, feta, or breaded chicken. Atlanta magazine recommends the lasagna pizza, which piles the chewy thin crust with meatballs, ricotta cheese, and meat sauce, while those with a taste for travel may want to explore the cheesesteak pizza, which pairs steak and caramelized onions atop a creamy white sauce.

Of course, Baby Tommy's New York-style eats don't stop with just pizza. The menu also includes a medley of sandwiches named for the state, including the New Yorker, a combination of corned beef, pastrami, and Swiss cheese, or the Manhattan, a salty stack of ham, Genoa salami, and Provolone.

365 14th St NW
Atlanta,
GA
US

“A man hath no better thing under the sun than to eat, and to drink, and to be merry.” A quote pulled from the pages of Ecclesiastes never seemed so befitting of a restaurant, but the friendly staff at BrickTop’s helps their guests fulfill this lofty goal. The chefs cook up gourmet flatbreads, ahi-tuna steaks, and slow-roasted prime rib. On the weekends, friendly servers bestow tables with brunch selections such as decadent housemade donuts, crab benedict, and chicken with waffles. Within BrickTop’s upscale corner of the modern Terminus building, guests are welcome to indulge in bloody marys, mimosas, and cocktails carefully crafted at the bar. BrickTop’s treats all of its guests to complimentary valet or validated parking to ease the stress of finding a spot for a hijacked parade float.

3280 Peachtree Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

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