Eating here provides a genuine and delicious glimpse into an earlier era in Atlanta— think salmon croquettes, chicken-fried steak, grilled calf's livers, fried or broiled oyster and shrimp platters, and gloriously rich desserts such as coconut icebox pie and hot fudge cake. Thank you for supporting real journalism. These affordable, down-home eateries are best known for breakfast served all daywith treats like eggs with chicken sausage and grits, and smoked-salmon scrambles standing out in particular. LGBT Neighborhoods. A mix of eclectic stores, restaurants, charming houses, duplexes and nightlife options create a vintage vibe in East Atlanta Village, an area known for its alternative sensibilities.
As it's both an Atlanta institution and one of the nearest eateries to the several gay nightspots in this part of town, The Colonnade draws a truly diverse crowd, from little old ladies who lunch to boisterous drag queens to working joes to cruise-y dudes.
If you're looking for lots of nightlife, restaurants, etc. A mix of eclectic stores, restaurants, charming houses, duplexes and nightlife options create a vintage vibe in East Atlanta Village, an area known for its alternative sensibilities. Downtown While the downtown culture is centered around tourism at world-renowned attractions and events at large-scale conference venues and arenas, art galleries thrive in nearby Castleberry Hill. As the name suggests, Heretic Atlanta has long stood out among gay Atlanta bars for its rebellious, downright scandalous attitude.
It's part of Metrotainment Cafeswhich also operates a number of other similarly laid-back hangouts such as Guaco Joe's, Hudson Grille, and Sugar Shack.