A restaurant and lounge, Article 14 is sleekly designed with an old-school finish. Named for its 14 items that rotate daily on its menu, pairing its indulgent dishes with a large glass of wine makes for a fine evening.
Located in Atlanta's historic Old 4th Ward district, 4th & Swift serves up a seasonally changing menu, with options (sometimes) including pan-roasted snapper, veal chops, and spinach tortellini. You know it'll be fresh: Chef Jay Swift and his culinary team source ingredients from their on-site garden, nearby micro-farms, and several local and regional food purveyors.
This “barcade” is wild with its tonics. Joystick co-owner Brandon Ley has meticulously put together a top-notch program that takes fortified wines as seriously as it takes random cosplay parties and the hosting of weird local podcasts, plus sexy liquid inventions like the Donkey Punch.
Andy Minchow graduated from Holeman & Finch into his own spacious place on Arizona Ave. Seasonally-based Southern fare includes everything from duck salad to a “fried bologna cup”. They aim to balance their comfort good with fresh veggie juices and homemade sodas, so use that to counteract your fried pork chop with mayo.