Named for the well-known Atlanta restaurant and bar, The Tree on Peachtree Pub & Grill welcomes guests with a diverse menu of comfortable classics. Feast on the animal kingdom's slowest student with an escargot appetizer (six for $6.95), or choose from a quintet of wing options, including lemon pepper, garlic parmesan, and buffalo (10 for $6.95). The tuna-salad sub ($6.95) partners albacore tuna with lettuce and tomato.
Armed with an education from Derma Clinic Academy for Estheticians, Jeff Davis uses his skincare skill-set to make complexions look their best with modern med spa techniques. From classic cleansing facials to microdermabrasion and dermaplaning, his treatments begin with a thorough skin analysis to match each face with the right regimen. Eyelash and eyebrow tinting reduce the need for messy mascaras and a controlling interest in a permanent marker factory, while waxing treatments sculpt brows and whisk away peach fuzz.
Divan Restaurant & Hookah Lounge serves Persian-influenced Mediterranean feasts amid exotic artwork, plush pillows, and flowing curtains. Hooded lanterns cast a warm glow on murals depicting a sultan's court, colorful modern canvases, and tucked-away corners where diners share mezzes amid crimson cushions or chairs wrapped in silver cloth. As they dine upon dishes such as duck confit with black-currant relish and grilled lamb with pomegranate-mint demi-glace, guests enjoy the comforts of the hookah⎯a traditional water pipe that relaxes users with smoke that combines a touch of tobacco, sweet notes from fruit molasses, and a dash of wispy ghost.
As wispy tendrils of hookah haze dissipate overhead, diners clink glasses filled with drinks such as fruit-flavored martinis and sup on plates of blackened salmon, garlic-butter grilled shrimp, and molten chocolate cakes with hints of tarragon and raspberry sauce.
Illuminated by scores of flat-screen TVs, Buckhead Saloon roars with high-energy crowds hungry for burgers, brews, and music. Amid its spacious, wood-planked interior and sprawling outdoor patio, Buckhead revelers tip back beers while sampling an assortment of scrumptious menu items. Nosh on tasty taco varieties that include chicken ($9), beef ($10), and grilled or blackened tilapia tacos ($11), all adorned in warm flour tortillas and served with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and pico de gallo. The rockin' BBQ burger topped with barbecue sauce, cheddar cheese, and onion rings is perfect for snacking on during a sweaty one-handed drum solo ($9). Buckhead's weekend showcases of live music regularly spark impromptu dance parties, just like a dentist’s waiting room with a newly installed disco ball.
When Bill Leanos opened the first of four Olde Towne eateries in 1996, he was following a century-old family tradition—which might explain the success of his sports-themed, family-friendly bar and grills. His restaurant-industry knowhow extends to the extensive menu at each location, as each menu is packed with American-pub favorites, such as Cajun-chicken nachos, black-and-blue burgers, and jumbo-sized fried chicken wings. Specialty pizzas, plus wood-fire grilled steaks, chicken, and seafood add more variety for guests to pair with draft beers and specialty cocktails. These eats and libations can sate any guest, whether the guest comes in just for a bite, to watch a game on one of the dozens of LED TVs, or to brave open-mic night. Each of the four locations showcases an upscale sports-bar aesthetic from exposed brick, wood accents, streetlamp-flecked walls, and cushioned booths as big as Sylvester Stallone’s three weight rooms combined.