AriaAria

490 E Paces Ferry Road Northeast Atlanta, GA 30305
404.233.7673

website: www.aria-atl.com

Atlanta Dining: A seductively dark bar leads to the expansive dining room, where a hip mix of yesteryear architecture and droll postmodern art combines with ornate wall moldings and bejeweled canine sculptures for a fantastic atmosphere at Aria.

Equal parts dinner and a show, Aria has a menu that is the product of years of culinary preparation and performance. The food can be classified as American, but Chef Klaskala gets inspiration from cultures all over the world.

canoeCanoe

4199 Paces Ferry Road, NW Atlanta, GA 30339
770.432.2663

website: www.canoeatl.com
email: info@canoeatl.com

Atlanta Dining: Tucked away along the peaceful banks of the Chattahoochee River, yet conveniently located in the Atlanta community of Vinings lies one of the country’s most acclaimed restaurants. Balanced by both culinary expertise and natural aesthetics, Canoe offers a rich, flavorful experience for all the senses.

Canoe serves brunch, lunch, dinner, dessert and wine, with an overall theme that pays homage to Southern soul food and local ingredients.

EccoECCO

40 7th Street NE Atlanta, GA 30308
404.347.9555

website: www.ecco-atlanta.com
email: ecco@fifthgroup.com

Atlanta Dining: Located in the heart of midtown, Ecco features seasonally inspired cuisine with European influences. The atmosphere is welcoming, much like a neighborhood classic, imbued with a sophisticated yet casual elegance that has put this restaurant on the map.

With its soaring glass entrance and honed marble floors, its stunning over-sized bar, exhibition kitchen and wood-burning oven, Ecco embraces its classic roots while delivering an unmistakably modern, fresh and original dining experience whether guests sit inside or out on the patio.

Fogo De ChaoFogo De Chao

3101 Piedmont Rd Atlanta, GA 30305
404.266.9988

website: www.fogodechao.com

Atlanta Dining: Fogo de Chao (say “fo-go dèe shoun”) is an authentic Brazilian steakhouse that has spread to many locations across America from their South American home. Continuous tableside service in the traditional gaucho style is found here in Atlanta.

Fifteen cuts of meat are seared and served on swords, alongside a savory selection of side dishes like fried yucca, black beans, garlic mashed potatoes, or cheese bread.

Rathbun'sRathbun’s

112 Krog Street, Ste R Atlanta, GA 30307
404.524.8280

website: www.rathbunsrestaurant.com
email: info@rathbunsrestaurant.com

Atlanta Dining: The Rathbun complex down on Krog Street is home to three distinct spaces. Rathbun’s is the flagship, with the chef displaying a fresh take on modern American cuisine. Kevin Rathbun Steak is just up the street in a remodeled cotton warehouse, and Krog Bar inside the flagship is a Mediterranean wine bar that serves tapas as well.

All three can be relied upon to please your palate on any given night, just choose which one suits your particular mood and make sure you show up at the right door!