Best American Restaurants in Grant Park

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Best American Restaurants in Grant Park

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Grant Park Restaurants

Mediterranea Restaurant
Mediterranea Restaurant
(126)
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Mediterranean | Grant Park, Atlanta

Amazing food and baked goods... I have literally never had anything taste bad/mediocre, and service is great. GF Cheddar chive biscuit/scone IS UNBELIEVABLE. More

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Full Commission
Full Commission
(19)
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American | Grant Park, Atlanta

Cutest brunch spot with options for everyone! Love the fresh OJ for mimosas and the poptart is to die for. More

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Tin Lizzy's - Grant Park
Tin Lizzy's - Grant Park
(22)
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Tex-Mex | Grant Park, Atlanta

Great tacos and very affordable kids menu. The Thai basil margarita is very very good. More

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Discover Grant Park

Just outside of the city sits Grant Park, one of the most important historic districts in Atlanta. Visit the oldest city park in Atlanta, Grant Park, named after Georgia Railroad civil engineer, Lemuel P. (LP) Grant. After a day in the park, explore the neighborhood's restaurants. The area is famous for delicious Mediterranean food. If you prefer something from the Far East, then try their authentic Vietnamese, Korean, and Asian restaurants. They even offer a great selection of vegetarian and vegan establishments. Of course, classic American fare is widely available, and don't miss out on Southern favorites like fried chicken and peach cobbler.

Discover Grant Park

Just outside of the city sits Grant Park, one of the most important historic districts in Atlanta. Visit the oldest city park in Atlanta, Grant Park, named after Georgia Railroad civil engineer, Lemuel P. (LP) Grant. After a day in the park, explore the neighborhood's restaurants. The area is famous for delicious Mediterranean food. If you prefer something from the Far East, then try their authentic Vietnamese, Korean, and Asian restaurants. They even offer a great selection of vegetarian and vegan establishments. Of course, classic American fare is widely available, and don't miss out on Southern favorites like fried chicken and peach cobbler.