2019 Restaurants

Enjoyed the tastings you’ve sampled while on the Tour? Try these neighborhood eateries who are gracious sponsors of the Virginia-Highland Tour of Homes.

Alon's BakeryAlon’s Bakery – Known for its high-quality, made-from-scratch collection of gourmet offerings, freshly prepared foods, artisan cheeses, desserts and fine wine, Alon’s Bakery & Market is an iconic European-style eatery celebrating 25 years in Atlanta’s Morningside neighborhood.
1394 North Highland Avenue, 404-872-6000

 

Atkins ParkAtkins Park – Enjoys a colorful history as Atlanta’s oldest continuously licensed tavern. Whether you’re looking for a great place to eat with the kids, weekend brunch, or a late night drink, Atkins Park has something to offer everybody.
794 North Highland Avenue, 404-876-7249

 

bar.bacoabar.bacoa – Tacos, tapas, mixologist cocktails and authentically prepared barbacoa in the heart of VaHi. An eclectic-chic, Spanish vibe accented with warm copper and rich textiles, mood lighting and local artwork, plus a comfortable covered patio make bar.bacoa the perfect date night, girl’s night, celebratory night, or post-work happy hour spot.
1000 Virginia Ave NE, 404-815-9155

 

dba-barbecueDBA Barbecue – Just like the variations in spelling, region influences the flavors of this favorite backyard classic. It takes a lot of time, patience and creativity to make a great barbecue. Over our past ten years in VaHi, we’ve refined our hickory-smoked barbecue to be tender, moist and flavorful–everything a good Southern barbecue should be.
1190 North Highland Ave, 404-249-5000

 

El TacoEl Taco – Your favorite taqueria serves up Tex-Mex with a twist in a fun and vibrant atmosphere. Enjoy an ice-cold beverage on the patio or dip into our signature queso royale in the dining room at this family-friendly joint filled with Virginia-Highland charm. El Taco brings the best weekday dinner, weekend lunch and brunch, and private dining events to the neighborhood.
1186 North Highland Avenue, 404-873-4656

 

 

 

The General MuirThe General Muir – A modern restaurant inspired by a classic New York Jewish deli that serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. It offers an espresso bar serving locally-roasted coffee, as well as a full bar of wine, beer, spirits, and cocktails. Bagels, sandwiches, salads, pastries and coffee are served throughout the day at a counter service area.
1540 Avenue Place B-230, 678-927-9131

 

Marlow's TavernMarlow’s Tavern – A modern atmosphere that features American tavern fare. The menu offers a diverse combination of classic dishes that are updated and elevated to a gourmet level. A warm yet contemporary feel is the perfect complement to the modern tavern menu. Marlow’s is a meeting place for all seasons with spacious patios that are open year round.
1520 Avenue Place, Building B, Suite 120. 404-343-3282 (Emory Point)

 

Murphy'sMurphy’s – Located in the heart of Virginia-Highland, Murphy’s is one of Atlanta’s beloved restaurants and has been for more than 30 years. Tom Murphy’s acclaimed restaurant brings in the crowds with the perfect combination of upscale comfort food, gracious service, a cozy setting and excellent value.
997 Virginia Avenue, 404-872-0904

 

New Realm Brewing CompanyNew Realm Brewing Company – Our culinary team pulls inspiration from Brewmaster Mitch Steele’s world-class beers, the regional food scenes and local farms to create menus rooted in tradition. We blend global flavors and local fare to pair with our beers. From the premium meat in our burgers, hand-cut fries and house-made desserts, the menu has something for all.
550 Somerset Terrace NE #101, 404-968-2777

 

San Francisco CoffeeSan Francisco Coffee Roasting Company – San Francisco opened more than twenty years ago to create a unique coffee community in Atlanta, a city thirsty for specialty coffee roasting. Today, San Francisco Coffee Roasting Company serves the in-town Atlanta communities with three stores offering the best quality, fresh roasted coffee, served by a friendly, eclectic staff in a vibrant coffee house experience — fertile grounds for a meeting of the minds, where conversation and ideas flow.
1192 North Highland Avenue, 404-876-8816

 

 

Treehouse MilkTreehouse Milk – Founded in 2015, Treehouse Milk was the first to bring fresh, pure nut milks to Atlanta. You can find their tasty plant-based milks – without all the additives you find in commercial brands – at farmers markets around town. Perhaps best known for their Georgia pecan milk, this woman-owned company values sustainability, delivering milk in re-used glass jars and sourcing ingredients locally.

 

Varuni NapoliVaruni Napoli – An authentic Neapolitan pizzeria from veteran maestro pizzaiolo Luca Varuni with two nearby locations. The eatery serves southern Italian pizzas, desserts and antipasti as well as a selection of Italian, beers and Italian-inspired cocktails. The open kitchen allows guests to enjoy the pizza-making experience.
Midtown – 1540 Monroe Drive, 404-709-2690
Krog Street Market – 99 Krog Street, 404-500-5550

 

 

 

Whiskey BirdWhiskey Bird Club – The name pays homage to Whiskey, which is highlighted in our cocktails. Bird references Yakitori–Japanese for grilled chicken. We created a style of Yakitori that blends Asian flavors with the diversity of American tastes. Enjoy small plates that include Yakitori, Hong Kong Sliders and Tacos, along with entrée size portions and a vegetables section.
1409 N Highland Avenue, 404-600-5797

 

Xocoatl ChocolateXocoatl Chocolate – Xocolatl (chock-oh-lah-tul) Chocolate is a bean-to-bar, craft chocolate company based in Atlanta. We source raw cacao beans from small-holder farms and farmer cooperatives in South and Central America and East Africa. We roast, crack, and stone grind our cacao into dark chocolate, all at our micro-factory in Krog Street Market.
99 Krog Street, 404-604-9642