Since there are so many amazing Atlanta restaurants, it’s usually difficult for visitors to choose where to dine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. If you are staying in a particular area of the city, like Buckhead or Midtown, you might want to first see what local options you have nearby.
If you’re from a different region of the country or of the world, you might want to start by experiencing Atlanta’s version of true Southern-style cooking. Since Atlanta is an international city, there are plenty of ethnic food options available to choose from as well.
One great place to start narrowing down your options is Atlanta Magazine, which features the 50 Best Restaurants at any given time. If you’re handy with a smartphone, Yelp and Urbanspoon have mobile apps that can help you make a decision while out and about.