A Dining Guide to West Midtown

Dec 19, 2017

A Dining Guide to West Midtown


How People Who Work with Their Minds Relax

When it’s time to connect, socialize, and relax, the professionals of today take a more interesting path than previous generations. While the “local” – which is how the pub of an English village was once referred to – might have been the second-home for a more agrarian society and the cocktail lounge served what the mid-century executive wanted after work, the people who populate the knowledge-based businesses at the core of this hard-working city seek something more articulate today, something more aware.

Now a Crossroads of the World

At the beginning, Atlanta was the crossroads of rail traffic that the region depended on, and the heartbeat of this crossroads continued through every subsequent kind of transport. This role brought with it the cosmopolitan character that seaports share, where ideas and energy and points of view converge to enrich the way the world looks from here.

Thanks to this foundation, the global perspective of today is particularly clear, even from a luxury Atlanta condo, and you can see that in the rich choice of restaurants here.

Continents and Cuisine

Living in the new luxury of West Midtown, such as the condos at Atlantic Station, involves easy access to spots like the Barcelona Wine Bar. Located in the Westside Ironworks, the Barcelona is a lovely place to nibble tapas or enjoy charcuterie as you sample their selection of interesting wines.

And returning all the way back from Catalonia to the Georgia clay, consider the Holler & Dash Biscuit House on Howell Mill Road in the Westside Provisions District. Biscuits are just the starting point here, and that inspiration carries the fare far beyond.

In the heart of Midtown, near the landmark 1010 Midtown office redevelopment, you’ll find The Federal. Named for the nearby Federal Reserve, this restaurant reconciles the far and nearby blending the traditional American steakhouse and French cuisine with their world-travel discoveries all in a bistro-sized spot near the heart of Atlanta commerce.

So Many Choices on Just One Street

If there were just one “restaurant row” at the beck and call of the condos for sale in Midtown Atlanta, it might be Crescent Avenue, just west of Piedmont Park. On and near this great dining street you’ll find seafood at Lure, pub fare and music at Rí Rá Irish Pub, and comforting Italian food at Princi Italia, to name just a few.

Nourishing Greatness

The cuisine and ambience of Atlanta’s many neighborhoods are part of what makes this city great. Atlanta’s forward vision and momentum have stood the test of time, and you can see that demonstrated even in the variety of ways we dine. So we make a point of staying aware of it the way we do with any contributing factor in your success.