We know Midtown Atlanta has some of the best restaurants around, but living at 1065 Midtown, you can get to some of the absolute best (of the best!) in a short stroll. Check out our picks for the best restaurants you can venture to, in 5 minutes or less, by foot!
Saltwood Charcuterie & Bar | >1 min walk…downstairs!
Located right inside the Loews Hotel, you will not have to venture far to experience one of the city’s best eateries. Named for its emphasis on salted, cured meats and classically rustic presentation on wood blocks, this casual eatery features a charcuterie station that serves as the restaurant’s centerpiece. Diners can pull up bar stools to sample house-made and locally-sourced items and sip on handcrafted cocktails and local microbrews while watching the restaurant’s charcuterie chef hand-carve meats and assemble charcuterie plates. Saltwood celebrates the new Southern hearth, a gathering place where warming spirits and authentic flavor come together
Lure | 1.5 blocks away, 4 min walk
Inspired by classic coastal traditions both American and global, Lure presents Atlanta”s freshest fish and the drinks to match in a converted 1920’s bungalow. Located a short hop away from 1065, on Crescent Avenue, Lure has a sophisticated but casual vibe, fluidly bridging the gap between a weathered seaside fish house and a fine-dining seafood restaurant. Whether you are enjoying a happy hour cocktail, stopping in for refreshments after taking a stroll through Piedmont Park, the vibe is casual, yet elegant. It’s Atlanta’s fish house for the adventurer, the traditionalist, the hedonist, the fish-obsessed.
Don’t miss their delectable Brunch, featuring their Lobster Benedict, topped with a tarragon hollandaise.
Empire State South | 1 block away, 3 min walk
Fans of the show Top Chef might recognize this restaurant’s proprietor and head chef, Hugh Acheson, making a frequent appearance as a judge on the show. Empire State South is Hugh Acheson’s ode to Southern food, and despite its office building locale (and Acheson’s Canadian roots) serves plates authentic enough to be home-cooked. It’s rare to find a restaurant that excels at breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but Empire State South manages to do so. The morning line-up boasts standouts like peanut brittle porridge and smoked catfish on an everything bagel, while lunch forces a corporate crowd to think outside the box with jars of baba ganoush, pimento cheese with bacon marmalade, and catfish mousse. Acheson fuses Southern ingredients to a new level at dinner, where the small plates-heavy menu features out-there dishes like rabbit boudin and grilled octopus on kimchee rice.
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