Located in heart of Buckhead. A great selection of fresh seafood. We have a standard of 18 to 36 hours ocean to table, when it comes to our seafood.We have a 15 minute grace period. Please call us if you are running later than 15 minutes after your reservation time. Due to high volume, reservations that are 15 minutes late cannot be guaranteed. This is a courtesy to all guests being seated on time. Your reservation will only be guaranteed for the size of the party confirmed. We ask that all party members are present before seating.Strict Dress Code Enforced:NOT ALLOWED• Tank Tops for Men• Undershirt Type T-Shirts • Clothing with Inappropriate Graphics.• Midriff Tops• Shorts that are To Short • Clothing that is Overly ExposingNOT ALLOWED: Speaker Phones, Balloons & Sparklers
The Big Ketch Buckhead is a beach getaway in the heart of the city. With fresh seafood delivered daily, we create signature dishes that bring the southern coast to you. So sit back and relax at your neighborhood beach house with hand-crafted cocktails and coastal inspired fare. No SPF required.
This lively steakhouse in the center of Buckhead has been voted “Best Steakhouse” 13 years, by Jezebel Magazine readers’. New York Prime has been a sought after hot spot for any night out, thanks to the lively bar and USDA prime-only menu. From barrel cut filets to top-of-the-line cooking techniques, every detail counts at this powerhouse, old-school steak joint, but what sets them apart further is their courtyard dining space and private room. We'll cheers to that! Restaurant and Bar Non-Smoking | Upscale casual dress code | Located in Monarch Tower with complimentary valet parking. Directions: Lenox Road upper ramp between The Whitley hotel and Phipps Plaza; Recommended driving directions: Google Maps or Waze. *Please note, high chairs are not available.
Bistro Niko is a nod to Paris, right in the heart of Buckhead. The modern French fare is authentic & simple, while the affordably priced wine list, exciting cocktails and extensive craft beer list ensure that everyone finds something to suit their tastes. Grand ceilings, art from Paris and a patio that overlooks Peachtree make Bistro Niko at once a destination and a neighborhood restaurant.
Yebo Beach Haus is a trendy beach bungalow restaurant that provides a fresh take on New American Coastal Cuisine. Situated in the heart of Buckhead, the restaurant derives decor inspiration from various beach locations around the world, where diners often comment on feeling as though they have escaped to places like Los Angeles, Miami and Cape Town upon entry. Popular dishes like the Tuna Tataki, Red Butter Curry Halibut and Ostrich Bolognese showcase Yebo's unique and boldly flavorful twist on global dishes. The space includes a serene courtyard patio, large private dining room and plentiful indoor and outdoor bar seating. To enhance the dining experience for all of our guests, we ask that you respect our elegant dining dress code. We encourage that sweatpants, athletic attire, flip flops, shorts and cropped tops not be worn.Baseball hats are not permitted.
A top-notch charcuterie. A full decanting service with an impressive wine list. A bourbon collection you wouldn’t believe. The newest edition to Buckhead, Little Alley Steak, rivals the greatest of steakhouses including Peter Luger’s in New York or Bern’s in Tampa. Creators of top OTP hotspots, Hicham Azhari and Fikret Kovac are digging into the past to create a relaxed, late 1800′s-inspired space.
Clark and Schwenk, friends over the years, discussed starting a place of their own and traded ideas over what the menu would be like. Finally, at the beginning of 2007, they felt ready to strike out on their own and made that vision happen. “I looked around Atlanta and saw a need for a really good old-school restaurant,” Clark says. That restaurant would become C&S Oyster Bar, specializing in classic New York and Paris brasserie-style cuisine. Clark possesses a passion for French cuisine and claims that it comes from the French’s appreciation for balance. Their focus on vegetables, fish, and meat as the primary vehicles of flavor allow for emphasis to be placed on the freshness of the ingredients. Proper attire required. The following are not allowed: Beach flip flops, slides tank tops for men undershirt type t-shirts sweat pants and jogging pants athletic shorts clothing with inappropriate graphics clothing that is overly exposing midriff tops shorts that are too short.
Featuring raw oysters and fresh seafood with international influences from executive chef Eddie Barrett, BeetleCat is a trendy restaurant and bar in Atlanta’s Inman Park neighborhood. The menu transports you to the New England coast at the upstairs dining room and oyster bar, while the downstairs Den lends itself to a 70s surf shack. Enjoy fresh air on one of the two patios, both upstairs and downstairs. BeetleCat is open nightly for dinner and offers brunch in the Den on Saturdays and Sundays.