Georgia

15 Restaurants

Enjoy deliciously good comfort food in the heart of Atlanta, Georgia at Bomb Biscuit Restaurant.

Bomb Biscuit Restaurant

Atlanta

Bomb Biscuit started off doing pop-up dinners in the greater Atlanta area in 2016. But the success of their fried chicken biscuits, country ham, pimento cheese, and beignets carried them into a full-service brick-and-mortar restaurant in the heart of the city’s historic Old Fourth Ward. Within a few blocks of Ebenezer Baptist Church, Bomb Biscuit hopes to continue the neighborhood’s tradition of being at the forefront of racial equity by bringing people together over delicious, soulful food.

Enjoy a fast casual atmosphere combined with grandma's comfort food at Dottie's Market in Savannah, Georgia.

Dottie's Market

Savannah

Coming soon to Downtown Savannah, GA, Dottie’s Market will be a fast-casual restaurant and market that honors Dottie, the owner’s great-grandmother and family matriarch. The menu will evoke the comfort and nostalgia that can come only from a grandma’s cooking. Taking a page from Dottie’s love of food, family, and sharing, Dottie’s Market welcomes everyone, and no one leaves hungry.

Experience scrumptious, small batch, handmade ice cream at Elise Organic Ice Cream in Atlanta, Georgia.

Elise Organic Ice Cream

Atlanta

Elise Organic Ice Cream is the first Black woman–owned and operated organic ice cream shop in Georgia. Their small batch, certified organic ice creams are rich, creamy, delicious, and contain only ingredients you can pronounce.

Savor the taste of American food with worldly infusions at Forks & Flavours restaurant in Kenneshaw, Georgia.

Forks & Flavors

Kennesaw

Forks & Flavors, located on the campus of Kennesaw State University, serves up modern infused cuisine, using special spices and sauces to create their unique dishes. They started out as a catering business but became a brick-and-mortar restaurant during the pandemic. And they have the largest selection of Black-owned liquor brands in the world.

Experience coffee culture reimagined at Gilly Brewing Co. in Stone Mountain, Georgia, dubbed Georgia’s best coffee spot.

Gilly Brew Bar

Stone Mountain

Gilly Brewing Co is not a coffee shop. In fact, its whole mission is to reimagine coffee culture and help others reimagine coffee culture, too. They use their “shop” as a microcosm of the world, experimenting with how they might disrupt norms and build stronger communities by embracing their two locations as genuine ways to revitalize and reinvest in their communities. Situated in Stone Mountain, GA, and recently dubbed Georgia’s best coffee spot, this is one experience not to be missed.

Serving home-cooked meals in Americus, Georgia, Gladys' Kitchen fuses a variety of southern cuisines that keep customers coming back.

Gladys' Kitchen

Americus

Gladys’ started in Americus, Georgia, in 1994, out of a convenience store where they’d serve community members a hot homemade meal during their lunch breaks. They quickly outgrew their location and expanded into a stand-alone restaurant two years later. When they hit hard times during the pandemic, they were one of the first in their area to pivot to a drive-thru option, making sure to continue to provide for their community – a table and a meal that bring people together, they believe, is what every family needs.

For delightful fine dining with a classically cool vibe, visit Kitchen Kraves in Cuthbert, Georgia.

Kitchen Kraves

Cuthbert

Providing an upscale Southern cuisine dining experience and a classically cool vibe to Cuthbert, Georgia, since 2014.

Local Green Atlanta brings fresh, healthy food, including vegan, vegetarian, and pescatarian dishes, to underserved neighborhoods in Atlanta, Georgia.

Local Green Atlanta

Atlanta

Founded in 2018 and built around the goals of expanding access to fresh food and improving health outcomes within Atlanta’s underserved neighborhoods, Local Green is redefining what it means to eat well, bringing a twist to “traditional” vegan, vegetarian, and pescatarian dishes. They recently opened a location in Orlando to become Walt Disney World Resort’s first Black-owned food truck.

From burgers to rice bowls, fill your belly with scrumptious dishes at Mr. Everything’s in Atlanta, Georgia.

Mr. Everything Super Deli

Atlanta

If you know anything about Atlanta, you know about Mr. Everything. They've got it all – gyros, burgers, their famous rice bowls – everything. Founded in 1993, this institution has been a word-of-mouth kind of place ever since. They don't need to advertise because their food, those aromas, the atmosphere, and the customers do all the talking.

Specialty coffee roaster and café in Atlanta, Georgia, Portrait Coffee focuses on fusing flavor and storytelling, making coffee appreciation accessible to all.

Portrait Coffee

Atlanta

Portrait Coffee is an award-winning, Atlanta-based coffee roaster and café. Black-owned, with a strong storytelling throughline, their goal is to change the portrait of what comes to mind when one thinks of specialty coffee. In a few years, when you think of Blue Bottle, or Stumptown, or La Colombe, they want you to think of Portrait, too.

In Thomasville, Georgia, call up Receptions For You for your event planning, event space rental and catering service needs.

Receptions for You

Thomasville

Receptions For You is a catering and event-planning company based in Thomasville, Georgia. This family-run business has been bringing their clients’ dream events to life for nearly 50 years. They’re also dedicated to providing for their community in other ways, employing high-schoolers and funding scholarships for college students through their associated Arrington Foundation.

Explore international cuisine at The Consulate in Atlanta, Georgia, with a menu that changes every 90 days.

The Consulate Restaurant

Atlanta

Located in Atlanta, The Consulate is an upscale restaurant and cocktail bar that features a rotating focus on international cuisine. Their innovative menu changes every 90 days, when a lucky guest is selected to spin the globe and drop their finger on it, and the country it lands on serves as the inspiration for the cuisine and specialty cocktails for the next 90 days.

Experience sensational seafood in Savannah, Georgia at The Famous Shabazz Seafood Restaurant.

The Famous Shabazz Seafood Restaurant

Savannah

What began out of the back of a Ford Cargo Wagon at a festival in Pittsview, Alabama, is now one of Savannah’s most popular seafood restaurants. Since 1989, they’ve been serving millions of customers their signature dishes like the Fish Supreme Sandwich Combo and the Shabazz Seafood Platter washed down with some Malika Shabazz Juice.

Have BBQ cooked fresh daily catered at your next event, or enjoy delicious takeout at Tricks Barbecue in Savanna, Georgia.

Tricks Barbecue

Savannah

Tricks Barbecue family-owned restaurant has been specializing in large catering orders and BBQ takeout in Savannah and the surrounding area for over 20 years. Everything is cooked fresh daily and the hours are until they run out. And they always do. You will never eat leftovers from Tricks Barbecue.

A full-service food establishment in Atlanta, Georgia, Woofs Sports Bar welcomes the LGBTQ community and hosts many community events.

Woofs Sports Bar

Atlanta

Since 2002, Woofs Sports Bar in Atlanta has been one of the nation’s leading full-service sports bars serving the LGBTQ community. While serving up delicious spins on classic pub dishes, they also sponsor several local gay sports teams and organizations and also support a variety of nonprofit organizations and programs.