2017 Restaurants

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

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 N Highland Avenue, 404-876-7249

 

apres-diemApres Diem – Located in the heart of Midtown beside Landmark Arts Cinema, we are a relaxed yet sophisticated take on the European style of dining, easily accessible from the eastside Beltline trail behind Trader Joe’s. Join us for daily specials, dinner & a movie, late night coffees & pastries, cocktails & wine, the patio or music. Apres Diem has been an Atlanta staple for 16 years.
931 Monroe Drive, 404-872-3333

 

CanteenThe Canteen – The Canteen is a micro food hall comprised of three food stalls — TGM Bagel, Fred’s Meat & Bread, and Yalla. Our idea behind The Canteen is to create a casual community hub that can be used by different folks in the neighborhood in different ways. Need some examples? A bagel and coffee on the way to class, a smoothie and pastry while studying, a quick falafel lunch on the plaza with coworkers, a meeting over coffee (or cocktails), a burger and a beer at dinner, a round of drinks with friends, a gathering to watch the big game.
75 5th Street NW

 

Cape DutchCape Dutch – Cape Dutch derives an unforgettable menu and interior design from the influence of South African wine country. The upscale dining destination celebrates the traditional South African braai, with an open-faced grill, a menu featuring prime grilled steaks, seafood and vegetables and a social atmosphere. Executive chef Philippe Haddad delivers international cuisine, complemented by a globally sourced and hand-selected wine list and a lavish, sophisticated cocktail program.
1782 Cheshire Bridge Road, 404-343-0313

 

Fontaine'sFontaine’s Oyster House – This Cajun-inspired restaurant offers plenty of options for diners – belly up to the bar or grab a seat in a cozy booth. Or, grab a spot at the oyster bar and enjoy the freshest oysters in Atlanta. The patio provides covered seating beneath the stars. Whatever your preference, you’re sure to find a spot that fits your needs.
1026 1/2 N. Highland Avenue, 404-872-0869

 

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

 

Highland TapHighland Tap – Located in the heart of Virginia-Highland, Highland Tap has been the only steakhouse in this historic neighborhood since 1989. What began as a popular gathering place for neighbors, the Tap has become a destination restaurant for travelers and local diners as well. Many of our regulars are greeted by the same faces who served them in 1989!
1026 N. Highland Avenue, 404-875-3673

 
 

Marlow's TavernMarlow’s Tavern – Marlow’s Tavern features American tavern fare served in a modern atmosphere. The menu offers a diverse combination of classic dishes that are updated and elevated to a gourmet level. A warm neighborhood yet contemporary feel is the perfect compliment to John Metz’s 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)

 

press-and-grindPress & Grind – When you walk through the door, the familiar aroma of fresh brewed coffee greets you. Besides coffee, we offer freshly prepared juices, house-made elixirs, nut milks, as well as incredible smoothies. You may also gravitate to the displays of fabulous baked goods you’ve come to expect at one of Stacey Eames’ restaurants.
992 N Highland Avenue, 470-447-5651

 

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

 

Saint GermainSaint Germain Bakery – Saint Germain Bakery is located in Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall and offers delicious and tempting specialty breads, artisan pastries, macarons and chocolates, as well as gourmet sandwiches, French inspired deli items and gifts.
Ponce City Market, 675 Ponce de Leon Ave, (470) 823-4141

 

tapa-tapaTapa Tapa – Tapa Tapa, located in the heart of Midtown right across from its sister restaurant Apres Diem, is the newest venture in the Diem Restaurant Group. Tapa Tapa offers a unique blend of Atlanta trends and authentic Spain. Come in and enjoy a variety of authentic Spanish tapas, a handpicked wine list and craft cocktails.
931 Monroe Drive, Suite C-106, 404-481-5226

 

The WarrenThe Warren City Club – The Warren City Club offers a fresh alternative to the typical night out in Atlanta, a beautiful setting for a delicious Sunday Brunch, or the perfect location for your celebrations. This Atlanta favorite for dinner, dancing, brunch and private events, is set high above the bustle of the Virginia-Highland neighborhood, on the top floor of a turn-of-the-century building. The Warren’s stylish interior and 400 square foot garden terrace provide the perfect backdrop for their professionally trained Chef and Staff to deliver an experience to remember.
818 North Highland Avenue, Our Offices: 404-789-3999, The Club: 404-475-1991