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Atlanta's intown neighborhoods offer an exceptionally diverse range of dining opportunities, from world class restaurants to simple down-home diners and everything in between you can find it here. This section organizes restaurants by area of the city. We have divided the city into sections to make it easier to navigate:

Atlanta Inside the Perimeter - Eating Guide Map


South to I-20, North to Wesley Road, East to the DeKalb county line, and West to Northside Drive (Highway 41). This is the heart of the city and encompasses the neighborhoods of: Downtown, Midtown, Virginia-Highland, Morningside, Little 5 Points, Inman Park, and South Buckhead, as well as Atlantic Station (now under construction).


West to the DeKalb county line; East to I-285; North to Highway 78; and South to I-20. This area includes: Avondale Estates, Candler Park, Kirkwood, Oakhurst Village, and the City of Decatur.


West to the DeKalb county line; East to I-285; South to Highway 78; and North to I-85. This area includes: Emory/Druid Hills, Toco Hills, Oak Grove, and Northlake.


West to Northside Drive (Highway 41); East to I-85; South to Wesley Road; and North to I-285. This area includes: ultra-chic North Buckhead (including "Buckhead Village"); Brookhaven; and the multi-cultural Buford Highway corridor.


West to I-285; East to Northside Drive (Highway 41); South to Bankhead Highway (Highway 78); and North to I-285. This area includes: Vinings and the booming "Westside."


West to I-75; East to I-285; North to I-20; and South to I-285. This area includes East Atlanta Village and Grant Park.

At this time, we are not covering the the South, West, and Southwest sections of Metro Atlanta.

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