Three of Atlanta's Best Restaurants for Business Travelers

Atlanta's neighborhoods all have a different personality. They've got some incredible dining opportunities as well. Wherever you end up, you're sure to find something wonderful to eat. Check out these top picks for restaurants in three of Atlanta's business districts.


Piedmont Park is an Atlanta Treasure. It was designed by the Olmstead Brothers in the early 1900s. Park Tavern offers spectacular views of the park, which makes it a popular place to host weddings and other events. The building has quite a history. It originally housed stables when it was built in 1905. The structure has since housed a golf clubhouse and two restaurants. Park Tavern opened in the space in 1999 and has been there ever since.

The restaurant has a very laid back vibe. There is often live music and the food can't be beat. From burgers to sushi, the Park Tavern offers something for everyone.


If you're looking to impress your colleagues with an upscale and beautiful environment, look no further than Two Urban Licks. It has been recognized on Conde Nast's "hot list" and Bon Appetit's "Hot 50 Tables."

Two Urban Licks is known for its wood-fired grill, and the food is amazing. No wonder Atlantans love to take their out of town guests here. With its floor to ceiling murals, unique wine bar and delicious food,Two Urban Licks never fails to impress.


From the moment it opened its doors in 1979, Bone's has been the steakhouse destination in Atlanta. Bone's been recognized by Atlanta Magazine as the best steakhouse in the city for over 15 years. It also has the honor of achieving Zagat's highest rating for food and service of all the steakhouses in the country.

In addition to its mouth-watering steaks, Bone's offers incredible seafood options. Make sure to leave room for the out of this world desserts as well.

After a long day of business meetings, you owe yourself a wonderful dining experience. Be sure to take advantage of all the delicious food Atlanta's restaurant scene has to offer.

Amy Forman is a writer based in Atlanta. She can often be found enjoying the city's restaurant scene.