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Where to eat in Midtown Atlanta

Paige Minds The Gap

Midtown Atlanta is the city’s vibrant arts hub. Peachtree Street is the local hotspot for delicious food options ranging from street food to fine dining. Midtown Atlanta has tons of great local restaurants that you’ll want to add to your must-try list. Check out these top places to eat in Midtown Atlanta for your next day out on the town.

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Mary Mac’s Tearoom

Mary Mac’s Tearoom has been an Atlanta staple since it opened its doors in the 1940s. This restaurant serves up classic Southern dishes that will make your mouth water. You can typically expect long lines at this popular spot, but the food is well worth the wait.

The Vortex Bar & Grill

The Vortex Bar & Grill is an edgy bar for the 21 and over crowd that is known for its pretty crazy menu items. You can put your arteries to the test with their Coronary Bypass Burgers, complete with bacon grilled cheese sandwiches as the “buns”, a sirloin patty, tons of cheese and bacon, a fried egg, and plenty of mayonnaise. If that’s not enough food, you can go for their Double, Triple, or Quadruple Coronary Bypass Burgers that not only up the up the patties but the toppings and sides as well.

Tuk Tuk Thai Food Loft

Tuk Tuk Thai Food Loft offers an authentic taste of Thailand right in Midtown Atlanta. Here, you can dine on gourmet Thai street food with an incredible skyline view of Atlanta. The recipes at this delicious spot come from the owner’s grandmother, who was an original street food vendor in Bangkok. You can order entrees or a variety of small plates done in a tapas style.

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South City Kitchen

South City Kitchen opened their original Midtown location in 1993. This restaurant serves up Southern classics with a sophisticated spin, from their famous fried chicken to their pan fried chicken livers. Their food is so good, they have since opened four stylish locations throughout Atlanta.

The Establishment

The Establishment, in Midtown’s Colony Square, is one of the best cocktail lounges in the city. And they have great food, too! The restaurant celebrates the city’s history with its décor of reclaimed 1800s wood and art created by local Atlanta artisans. Dine on the patio overlooking Piedmont Park on a menu of Southern favorites with a twist like smoked fried chicken and duck and waffles.

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