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Superica is known for its Old-West-inspired interiors and delicious Tex-Mex cuisine.
Superica is known for its Old-West-inspired interiors and delicious Tex-Mex cuisine, including classics like tacos, nachos, enchiladas, and tamales, as well as their own spin on dishes prepared with a wood grill and freshly made flour tortillas. With four locations to choose from across Atlanta—including Buckhead, Krog Street Market, the Battery Atlanta, and Avalon—head to Superica for lunch, dinner, late-night margaritas, or brunch on the weekends.
Whitewaller recommends: Sipping on the house margarita, El Frio.
Le Bon Nosh is a food and beverage destination, serving nourishing food and a warm atmosphere.
The Optimist transports visitors from landlocked Atlanta to a coastal destination with dishes of fresh, local seafood.
Ford Fry’s St. Cecilia is centered around dishes from coastal European cities.
BeetleCat is a bar, lounge, and restaurant offering ffresh seafood with an international flair.
An elegant design by Atlanta’s own Todd Murphy sets the mood for the sophisticated flavors at Umi.