Food & Drink

5 new Atlanta Summer menu items you should try right now

Published On 06/05/2014 Published On 06/05/2014
Cibo e Beve
Don Antonio by Starita
Alexa Lampasona
Cook Hall
Sebastian Davis
Hard Rock Cafe
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1. Don Antonio by Starita 102 E Paces Ferry Rd NE , Atlanta, GA 30305 (Buckhead)

Antonio Starita is using Atlanta as the only expansion city for his wildly popular New York pizza masterpiece. 60 insane varieties of pie will make you swear off the greasy stuff in the cardboard box for good.

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2. Cibo E Beve 4969 Roswell Rd, Atlanta, GA 30350 (Sandy Springs)

From the culinary mind of next-door Food 101's Chef Linda Harrell, Cibo E Beve ("food & drinks" in Italian) is an upscale trattoria with hardwood floors, an Italian marble antipasti table next to a central shelf stacked with logs for the open kitchen's wood-burning pizza oven, and a hand-crafted zinc bar, also one of the biggest disasters in candy history, right after NutRageous.

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3. Cook Hall 3377 Peachtree Rd NE, Buckhead, GA 30326 (Buckhead)

A global gastropub based in the W Atlanta-Buckehead, CH dishes out comfort food in a bar-centric environment where they even give you your own DIY kit to mix 'tails.

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4. The Big Ketch 3279 Roswell Rd, Atlanta, GA 30305 (Buckhead)

Ketch is a half-brick-/half-wood-walled, seafood-serving cabin adorned with buoys and shoreline paintings, and boasting an 84-seat patio. Start with East Coast oysters w/ Ceviche mignonette from the shell bar, then get sammies like blackened/grilled/fried chicken.

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5. Hard Rock Cafe Atlanta 215 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30303 (Downtown)

The Downtown Atlanta outpost of the Hard Rock boasts all the rock n' roll fervor of its Vegas parent, with a down-home Southern feel.