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Top restaurants in Inman Park

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Founded in 1890, Inman Park is considered to be Atlanta’s first suburb. The neighborhood has always been a popular place to live, and in recent years its restaurant scene has grown considerably. Now, Inman Park has one of the hottest restaurant scenes in Atlanta. Check out the top restaurants in Inman Park below.
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Bread & Butterfly

Owned by Chef Billy Allin, Bread & Butterfly is an all-day French restaurant that will keep you satisfied from breakfast through dinner. Bread & Butterfly is inspired by the cafes of Paris, offering French bistro fare, a simple wine list, an airy sunroom, and a cozy patio. Dine on a selection of sandwiches, salads, cheeses and charcuteries, baked goods, and coffees.


BoccaLupo is a bustling neighborhood Italian restaurant specializing in handmade and extruded pasta dishes made with seasonal ingredients. Local favorites include the black spaghetti and the 20-yolk tagliatelle. For those who do not know what to choose or are feeling adventurous, Chef Bruce Logue offers a pasta tasting menu.

Victory Sandwich Bar

Located in Inman Park just steps off the Freedom Park Trail, which connects to the Eastside Beltline, Victory Sandwich Bar can provide a delicious meal that is easy on the wallet. They serve small sandwiches all under $5, delicious snacks and sides, and crave-worthy cocktails and spiked sodas all under $10. Try their world famous Whiskey Coke Slushie and be sure to check out their After 10 p.m. Specials.
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Char Korean Bar & Grill

Char Korean Bar & Grill is located in the Inman Quarter development. If you are looking for some delicious Korean barbecue and small plates in Inman Park, this is the place to be. The concept, created by Chef Richard Tang, also offers lunch specials and a brunch menu with unique creations like fried chicken and matcha waffles or a pork belly has with eggs, potatoes, and kimchi collards. Char is also a great spot to enjoy soju and Japanese whiskey cocktails in the evenings.

Kevin Rathbun Steak

If you are looking for something more upscale in Inman Park, then Kevin Rathbun Steak is the perfect spot to make a reservation. This pricey steakhouse has a Beltline-facing patio and offers menu items like dry-aged steaks, Maine lobster, and Japanese BBQ Wagyu short ribs. You can enjoy a selection from their extensive wine and cocktail list to sip on the Beltline patio with comfy seating and an open fireplace. Since opening in 2007, Kevin Rathbun Steak has been one of the top steakhouses in Atlanta.

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