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1. Top Spice Thai & Malaysian Cuisine

A favorite of the Emory crowd, Top Spice serves both Thai and Malaysian food. It has since expanded due to an additional location, but the original is still the best. Calamari appetizer and Roti Canai are both quite tasty and make for hearty appetizers. Curries are fantastic here especially the Red Curry and Masaman curry. Don't forget to order a Thai Iced Tea to compliment your meal. If you are visiting at dinner order a Lychee-tini.


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2. Ray's In the City

Upscale setting for seafood, prime cuts & an extensive wine list, plus live jazz Thursday-Saturday.

3. Bone's

This established Buckhead eatery hangs its reputation on the fine food, handsome environs and impeccable service to match. A modern classic, Bone's still delivers excellent steaks and seafood with aplomb. Favorite entrees include the 20-ounce bone-in rib eye and the 24-ounce porterhouse. Add on to the decadence with toppers like foie gras or Maine lobster tail. You'll want to order a side of the mushrooms, sauteed spinach or the truffle mashed potatoes. If you are entertaining a large group, the seafood platter is a must.

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4. The Sun Dial

The Sun Dial makes its home in the Westin Peachtree Plaza downtown. With an elevation of almost 1,000 feet, this lounge truly takes nightlife and romantic dining in Atlanta to new heights. Patrons enjoy unparalleled views of downtown Atlanta as a jazz trio ensures an upbeat ambiance for martini-sippers and cosmopolitan connoisseurs. The bar is a must around dusk, at which time the city lights up and the view is spectacular. The bar revolves ensuring each guest has a terrific view of the skyline. After seeing the sights, retire to the restaurant for an exceptional meal of American plates.

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5. Top Spice Truluck’s

Sleek restaurant & bar serves Thai-Malaysian fare in a dimly lit dining room & on a covered patio.

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6. Polaris

This blue-domed rotating restaurant and bar sits perched atop the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. The first rooftop restaurant in the city, it originally opened in 1967, then closed for a decade in the early 2000s. Recently reopened in summer 2014, the space now boasts a re-envisioned interior that's sleek and handsome. Full of large windows, you'll scope out breathtaking views of the city below. The menu is full of shareable small plates inspired by local, seasonal ingredients (including several grown on the restaurant's rooftop).

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7. 57th Fighter Group

Eatery with WWII-themed decor & view of the runway serving beer cheese soup & other American dishes.

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8. Livingston Restaurant & Bar

This sparkling American restaurant inside The Georgian Terrace hotel in Midtown is a gleaming space for dining on contemporary cuisine. If you are looking for a nice place to eat dinner, take a seat and enjoy! The Bar portion of Livingston Restaurant + Bar is adjacent to the restaurant and is a cozy place to gather with a cocktail or glass of wine after dinner and pre-stage show. Grab a specialty drink or go with a classic. Seating is comfortable and matches the restaurant's modern, polished ambiance.

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9. Paschal's Restaurant

The signature fried chicken stars at this popular, brick-walled spot for Southern specialties. .

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10. Top Spice Thai & Malaysian Cuisine

Thai & Malaysian cuisine, with some spicy options, served in a lush red & yellow space.

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