It’s no secret that Atlanta’s culinary scene is bursting at the seams, bringing endless delicious dining options for local foodies to enjoy. Whether you’re looking to wine and dine, grab something on the go, or day drink on a patio, Grant Park has it all. Today, we’re exploring a few favorite restaurants in the neighborhood.
Ziba’s Restaurant and Wine Bar
If you’re looking for cool neighborhood vibes and homemade cooking, look no further than one of Grant Park’s best kept secrets. Just steps away from Burnett Grant Park, Ziba’s “home away from home” atmosphere and excellent service has kept patrons flocking since 2010.
This award-winning, eclectic eatery is run by Atlanta’s culinary sweetheart, Kevin Gillespie, recently named a James Beard Award semifinalist. With no set menu, Gunshow’s dishes are presented on rolling carts and trays, allowing diners to decide whether or not they’d like to partake. It was also recently named one of the top 50 restaurants in Atlanta by Atlanta Magazine.
Mediterranea Restaurant and Bakery
For a healthy take on date night, head to this gluten-free safe haven, serving up fresh Mediterranean fare that never disappoints. Built on an old trolley station, Mediterranea offers diners a cozy and romantic ambiance. Complete with a rooftop space and plenty of string lights, this is an incredible addition to the neighborhood.
Bennett’s Market and Deli
This neighborhood staple offers weekly dinners to go, groceries, organic meats, charcuterie, and wine while also serving up sandwiches, salads, and soups. Word on the street is that their turkey club and roast beef sandwich will change your world.
Grant Central Pizza and Pasta
This neighborhood pizza joint is perfect place to grab a slice on the go. Offering daily and seasonal specials, there is more than just pizza to drool over. Take a seat at the bar with a beer or get your food to go so you can Netflix and chill with a fresh za by your side.
Grant Park Market
Recently named one of the hottest restaurants in Atlanta right now, Grant Park Market is a newer neighborhood gem. Located just across from the Oakland Cemetery, the market offers a specialty grocery store, wine, beer, and local eatery at the GATHER cafe. Enjoy tapas or hot meals on-the-go or with your friends in the airy gathering space.
Whether you’re looking for breakfast, brunch, or lunch, Ria’s Bluebird has you covered. Serving up southern favorites with a hippie twist, vegans and meat-lovers alike can come together to enjoy a meal on the open-air patio. Be forewarned, you’ll need to arrive early on the weekends to avoid the crowds.
This french southern restaurant offers a welcome respite in the middle of the city. Their outside patio and garden area is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a meal after a hard week’s work. Using locally sourced, free range eggs and fresh local produce, Petit Chou’s brunch may be the freshest, most affordable option in the neighborhood.
If you’re looking for brunch with a Mexican twist, this family owned and operated eatery is a must try. Located on the northern end of the historic Grant Park, Dakota Blue is known for its build-your-own burgers, fish tacos, and neighborhood feel. Enjoy a homemade margarita on the open-air patio if you’re feeling adventurous.
Grant Park is home to some of the city’s best restaurants, all within walking distance of Burnett Grant Park. If you’re interested in learning more about living (and eating) in Grant Park, stop by any time. We’d love to show you around. Or give us a call today to schedule a tour.