Located in Roswell, this cozy, cottage restaurant run by brothers Ryan and Daniel Pernice offers traditional Roman dishes inspired by their travels in Italy. Crispy, thin crust pizzas piled with fresh produce are the main draw: you can also build your own, with toppings such as farm egg, grilled zucchini, bay scallops, or select charcuterie from coppa to bresaola.
Bob is serving up "fun fast food" for lunch and dinner, with larger-than-life creations like The Buffalo Bobm, which' got skewered grilled chicken in buffalo sauce, grape tomatoes, and is topped with homemade ranch.
From the husband and wife due behind PushStark Kitchen comes this supper-club-turned-brick-and-mortar establishment serving up eats like their winter squash cake which's made with sweet curry panna cotta and pumpkin seed praline.
From the barrel-aged whiskeys, to the deconstructed cocktails, to the switchblade bottle openers, Establishment screams "mid 19th century eatery".