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By: Nichole W.
Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall
Ladybird is one of the most popular spots on the BeltLine. They have a massive camp-style patio that they just redid, with a lot of seating and drinks for purchase outside away from the crowded bar inside. It's difficult to get a table here on the weekends unless you arrive early, and expect to wait for drinks on a nice day. Sometimes a little frustrating, but worth it because the atmosphere is so great. The food is very good and definitely unique - the entire concept is cool and fresh, unlike anything else in Atlanta. Extremely dog friendly!
By: Alexis P.
Atlantis Restaurant & Lounge
I've been here a couple of times for drinks but this time I decided to eat dinner. The dinner was very good and very unexpected actually. I will definitely go back for sure. They have a nice DJ & ambiance. Because it's a lounge as well they have couches seated outside and inside. But it's nice to have dinner outside on the patio. I would definitely recommend this for a pre party date night before heading to your main location. Some of the waitresses seem pretty slow with service and confused when it comes to getting your check closed out.
By: Sanika S.
Atlantis Restaurant & Lounge
This is a great place to meet up with friends and enjoy hookah and some nice cocktails. I had the lamb chops, hot wings and the crab cake. The wings were good . The crab cake wasn't bad it just had to much breading. The lamb chops weren't bad, but I don't know why they added cheese to the risotto. Still this is a very nice lounge and the staff is super friendly.
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By: Kelly C.
Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall
Cool little restaurant right on the Beltline. Great outdoor dining, open, lots of windows and casual with a retro "camp" theme. The menu was a little odd but our food was good--loved the brussel sprouts-- and the wait staff really nice and accommodating. Parking was easy too but will bike over next time for the full experience.
By: Milla W.
Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall
I visited for brunch and got the burger and fries which were great. The bun was soft and buttery and the beef patty was perfectly prepared and seasoned well. We sat in the indoor/outdoor patio overlooking the beltline. I wish parking in the area wasn't such a nightmare I definitely would visit more often.
By: Shanti R.
Marlow's Tavern
Looking for a great place to grab brunch on a Sunday afternoon, this is the place to check out. They have a variety of breakfast and lunch options at the buffet to choose from including a made to order omelet station. But go closer to to noon so that you can enjoy the mimosas too.
By: Henry A.
Bucket Shop Cafe
The Bucket Shop is a great place to go for drinks, bar food and watching sports. We stop by the bucket shop knowing we will get good pub food at a reasonable price. There can be big crowds during college and pro football season. Lots of people, lots of energy and lots of noise.
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By: Kristen H.
Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall
Ladybird is one of my favorite spots on the Beltline! Their brunch is AWESOME and I love being able to wait and drink out in the Grove. They've got a new outdoor bar camper thing - bring your dog and chill out there for a while.
By: lewis526
J And J Burbon Bar And Grill
Interesting new bar in the Virginia-Highlands area...while its technically a bourbon bar it is also a restaurant, a hookah bar, and a dive bar. It may be trying to be too many things at once, but good place to try out.
By: Marisa A.
Tannour Grill
I visited for the first time recently and LOVED this place! Food was super and the service was too. I am craving the babaganoush and can't wait to make it back there soon.

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