Little Azio is a good alternative to traditional full-service restaurants. Their goal is to offer their patrons generous portions of modern Italian food at affordable prices in a fast, yet casual and friendly atmosphere. Stop by and enjoy a crisp, green salad, or match your favorite pasta with a ‘made-from-scratch’ sauce. Bring your friends and family to build a pizza with all of their favorite toppings on Little Azio’s thin and crispy crust, baked in a real brick oven. You won’t want to leave without trying a grilled sandwich on freshly baked focaccia bread. Check out their dessert menu for sweet treats.
Address & telephone number: 749 Moreland Ave., Atlanta, GA, USA +1 404-624-0440
Octopus Bar prides itself on using seasonal, market-driven ingredients, sourced locally or bought from Asian and European markets. Octopus Bar provides a whole new dining experience. Here, they represent the intersection between a local eatery and punk rock fine dining.
Address & telephone number: 560 Gresham Ave SE, Atlanta, GA, USA +1 404-627-9911
At Gunshow, Brazilian churrascaria-style dining and Chinese dim sum come together to create a unique dining experience. Chef Kevin Gillespie combines the two cuisines creating fun and delicious dishes which are presented on rolling carts and trays to diners at their tables.
Address & telephone number: 924 Garrett St, Atlanta, GA, USA +1 404-380-1886
Tomatillos serves an extensive choice of Mexican food. For the ultimate dining experience try the chicken crack empanada plate or the quesadilla burger. If you bring the family, the little ones will enjoy the kids menu.
Address & telephone number: 1242 Glenwood Ave, Atlanta, GA, USA +1 404-622-9448