New restaurants to satisfy your cravings
Discover five new places to treat your tongue and tummy.
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Looking for a new restaurant to enjoy during your nights out on the town? Late summer welcomed a slew of eateries by some of the city’s most innovating and daring entrepreneurs and chefs. When you encounter food and atmosphere that is this good, you don’t have to feel guilty about eating out. So bid farewell to your rental for the night and head out for some good eatin’.
Meet F&B Bistro Atlanta, a stylish new place to gather with friends. The atmosphere is ideal for small plates and cocktails but guests will also find a noteworthy dinner menu that offers filling fare. The menu consists of French and Mediterranean-inspired dishes, providing variety for your taste buds. Check it out on Peachtree Rd.
For a more casual dining experience, head over to Highland Ave for Waffold. It’s not your average sandwich shop: thick Belgian waffles are folded to house tasty fillings such as artisan meats and cheeses. It’s an inexpensive way to fill your stomach when you aren’t in the mood for fussy, chic-chic atmosphere.
Cruzado in Midtown dishes up delectable Caribbean and Latin American dishes with an emphasis in Cuban, Puerto Rican and Dominican traditions. Get there early on weekends if you want a spot out on the patio. For a new restaurant, it gets packed pretty fast.
Don’t forget dessert. Sugar Moon Bake Shop beckons all who bear a sweet tooth to come in and be pleased. Cupcakes galore, my friends, in more flavors than you can shake a stick at. There are 18 standard flavors to choose from with seasonal offerings to shake things up a bit. Choose from regular and mini creations.