Nestled in the northwest suburbs of Atlanta, Vinings is a hip neighborhood with a lot going on. Vinings has a diverse offering of restaurants full of international cuisines and fusion flavors. Check out the top places to eat in Vinings here.
Crispina Ristorante & Pizzeria
Owner Raffaele Crispino, a native of Naples, Italy, has brought authentic Neapolitan cuisine to Vinings with Crispina Ristorante & Pizzeria, opened in 2015. Their pizza is made with naturally leavened, never frozen dough and their pastas are made fresh every day. On the menu, you will find an array of classic pasta dishes, Italian entrees, and pizzas cooked in a wood oven. Be sure to save room for dessert for Crispina’s Homemade Tiramisu.
Stockyard Burgers and Bones
Stockyard Burgers and Bones opened in Vinings in 2016 with a menu filled with burgers, house smoked ribs, steak, seafood, and chicken dishes. Try the Dirty South burger, the Angry Clucker sandwich, the Seared Lump Crab Cakes, or the Apple Butter BBQ Glazed Pork Chop. For bourbon lovers, the bar offers over 40 whiskeys and bourbons.
The upscale 101 Steak opened in the heart of Vinings in 2016. Their contemporary chef-driven menu features high-quality steaks, seafood, a raw bar, and more than 100 wines by the glass. At 101 Steak, you can dine on filet mignon, New York strip, or steak Delmonico paired with delicious sides like pimento macaroni and cheese with smoked bacon or crispy Brussels sprouts with ginger soy. From the raw bar, you can choose from jumbo shrimp cocktail, caviar, and Alaskan King Crab legs.
Tucked away along the Chattahoochee River, Canoe is an award-winning and highly rated fine dining restaurant complete with a manicured landscape of colorful gardens and meandering walkways. For a truly romantic date night, you can dine on their outdoor patio with sweeping views of the Chattahoochee River. On the menu at Canoe, you will find upscale cuisine like Australian Lamb Sirloin, Slow Braised Rabbit, or a Duck N’ Beef Burger.
Orient Express is a unique fusion restaurant housed in an old train car and located next to the railroad tracks. Their innovative menu combines the flavors of East and West. They offer three different rooms, one specializing in Chinese cuisines, one specializing in Sushi, and the third specializing in Hibachi. When you visit Orient Express, you are in for a unique dining experience no matter what Asian flavor you are in the mood for.