Alma Cocina, Cafe 458, Der Biergarten, No Mas Cantina, Poor Calvin’s, Twenty-Two Storys.

downtown_atlanta_restaurant_week_150_newThose are six of the 33 eateries taking part in the 14th annual Downtown Atlanta Restaurant Week. The nine-day culinary tour —  July 23-31 — offers gourmet prix-fixe menus at $15, $25 or $35 per person for brunch, lunch and dinner. Alcohol, tax and tip are extra. The lineup follows. Pace yourself.


  • Twin Smokers BBQ.


  • Fire of Brazil Churrascaria.


  • Cafe 458.

 Fine dining

  • JP Atlanta (octopus, pork loin, lamb, trout, scallops) in the Hotel Indigo.
  • Polaris (rotating bar/restaurant, signature cocktails) in the Hyatt Regency Atlanta.
  • Prime Meridian in the Omni Hotel.


  • Der Biergarten.

 Mediterranean fusion

  • Truva Turkish Kitchen.


  • Alma Cocina.
  • Jalapeno Charlie’s (Latin-Mexican).
  • No Mas Cantina.


  • Max’s Coal-Oven Pizzaria.


  • Glenn’s Kitchen in the Glenn Hotel.
  • Soul Bar at Pals Lounge (bar food, soul food).
  • Sway in the Hyatt Regency Atlanta (award-winning fried chicken and pie).
  • Terrace Bistro in the Ellis Hotel.
  • White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails.

Seafood / Steak

  • Cuts Steakhouse.
  • Legal Sea Foods in the Hilton Garden Inn.
  • McCormick & Schmick’s.
  • Morton’s the Steakhouse.
  • Steak in the W Atlanta Downtown.
  • Ray’s in the City (seafood, mostly).
  • Trader Vic’s in the Hilton Atlanta Hotel.

Sports / game bars

  • STATS.
  • Twenty-Two Storys in the Hyatt Regency Atlanta (Georgia brews and a beer-inspired menu).
  • Braves All-Star Grill.
  • Game X.


  • Poor Calvin’s (Thai-Southern fusion).

Upscale casual / casual

  • Thrive (salads, soups, sandwiches, sushi, steak and speciality cocktails).
  • Hard Rock Cafe.
  • Hudson Grille.
  • Max Lager’s Wood-Fired Grill & Brewery.