When it comes to places that offer a diverse range of eating out options, Atlanta, Georgia, is a great city in which to live or to visit. There is a good selection of restaurants serving local and American dishes alongside eateries serving cuisines from all four corners of the globe. Atlanta has options for every budget, occasion, and style preference. One type of restaurant you may enjoy eating out in is a steakhouse. If this is your preferred style of restaurant, then you will be pleased to learn that there are some amazing steakhouse in this city. Here are five of the best steakhouses in Atlanta, Georgia.
5. Little Alley Steak
This upscale steakhouse is located on Lenox Road NE and it is open from 4 pm to 10 pm daily, except Friday and Saturday when it stays open until 11 pm. Little Alley Steak is famous for its prime cuts, its local charcuterie, and its extensive wines and spirits lists. The restaurant has a vibrant retro-chic feel to it that makes diners feel relaxed. The high-quality food on offer includes a good selection of steaks and other meats with unique options for side orders, such as wedge salad and truffle fries. Reviews from customers suggest that this restaurant also delivers an excellent standard of customer service.
4. Pampas Steakhouse
Pampas Steakhouse is a mid-priced steak restaurant that offers an Argentinian-style menu. It has a classic steakhouse look with wood-paneled walls and a relaxed atmosphere. The main feature of the menu is the Argentinian steaks, but there are plenty of other options available. This restaurant also offers an extensive wine list for you to select one of your favorite wines to enjoy with your meal. In addition to the excellent quality of the food served, diners have praised the service and the atmosphere of this restaurant. You will find Pampas Steakhouse on State Bridge Road and is open for lunch on Sundays and dinner every day.
Marcel offers a different steakhouse experience as while the food is what you would expect from a traditional steakhouse, the décor is different and features fancy chandeliers and custom china. Although this steakhouse is a little more pricey than many other steakhouse options in Georgia, it is worth the extra cost for the choice and quality of the food. The owners pride themselves on the quality of the steaks that are served in a traditional manner and there are plenty of other options on the menu for those who steak is not their first option. This restaurant also has a good wine list and the customer service is warm and welcoming. Marcel is located on Howell Mill Road in the Westside Provisions District of Atlanta and is open from 5 pm daily until 10 pm Sundays to Thursdays and until 1.30 am on Fridays and Saturdays.
2. Bones Restaurant
As the name suggests, this restaurant is a meat lover’s dream. Although this is a traditional steakhouse, the menu is just as much about the grilled seafood as it is about the prime cuts of steak. That means there is something on the menu to suit everyone in your party. As it is one of the more expensive options in Atlanta, it is a restaurant that most people visit on a special occasion. The interior décor is similar to club rooms and there is a fantastic ambiance. Diners who have eaten here describe the experience as a real treat and have said that the servers are very attentive. Bones Restaurant is located on Piedmont Road NE. It is open for lunch and dinner on weekdays and for dinner only at weekends.
1. Chama Gaúcha Brazilian Steakhouse
Of all the steakhouses in Atlanta, this one is widely regarded as the best and it is popular with locals and tourists alike. This elegant restaurant specializes in serving skewered, grilled meats, including both steaks and poultry. There are also other options on the menu and a delicious salad bar. This mid-priced restaurant has also been praised by former customers for the atmosphere, the speed of the food’s arrival, the general quality of the food, and the attentive service. You will find Chama Gaúcha Brazilian Steakhouse on Piedmont Road NE and it is open for lunch and dinner daily except Saturday when it is open for dinner only.
Written by Garrett Parker
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