3140 Moreland Ave.
Conley, GA 30288
Phone: (404) 363-6960
Fax: (404) 363-6961
3140 Moreland Ave., Conley, GA, US, 30288
- Phone: (404) 363-6960
- Fax: (404) 363-6961
Located just off Highway 23, on the Cedar Grove Road, the Southern Comfort welcomes all weary travelers and seekers of a cool drink and Southern hospitality to partake in their splendid offerings. A typical honky-tonk, the bar-cum-restaurant presents country music artists from all over the U.S on a regular basis. Besides the music, Southern Comfort serves up scrumptious delights like the Philly Cheese Steak, a ten-ounce Rib-eye dinner, and hamburgers.
Volare Wine and Bistro is a family-owned restaurant that brings the best of Mediterranean classics to Hapeville. Its vivid scarlet chairs contrast with its deep gray ceiling and bar. Its walls are adorned with shelves of wine bottles, stored in a slanting position to ensure its proper preservation. Sparkling lamps cast a golden glow over its wooden tables and flooring. Guests can savor starters such as Roasted Mixed Olives, a blend of rosemary, thyme, orange zest, roasted pepper and chili. This is followed by mains like Portuguese Style Mussels, Stuffed Salmon and Tuscan Ribeye. Finish your meal with dessert such as cheesecake or a coconut chocolate cake. Wine and beer connoisseurs will be delighted with their eclectic selection, including the Jailhouse Misdemeanor beer, the South African Frog Hill Chenin Blanc and the French Sancere Les Coutes.
Pit Boss is routinely called the best smokehouse in town, but that means a little more coming from barbecue-crazy Atlanta residents. Owners Wade and Tacy McSwain have created a savory sensation that keeps locals flooding through the doors for the delectable dishes that are smoked using a signature blend of oak and pecan wood chips. The menu is fairly basic - chicken, pork, turkey and beef. Also on the offer are the conventional run of soul food favorites like collared greens, mac and cheese and baked beans. The rib tips are one of the favorites here, so order up soon before they run out!
Voted Best Thai Restaurant by a local publication, Spoon features a laid-back dining room and bar without giving up its hipster feel. Local art graces the walls, and a very modern bar offers both drinking and dining. Traditional noodle dishes include Pad Thai and Pad Z U. Rice dishes such as the Ginger Stir Fry, Green Curry and Red Curry are also highlights of the menu. Brave souls can order their food "Thai hot", but it might take a Thai tea to cool off burning taste buds. Spoon also has a location at 768 Marietta Street in Atlanta.
The Midway Pub's menu might sound ordinary—fried chicken sandwiches, Guinness chicken tenders, grilled cheese—but it's all served up with a style befitting a gastro-pub. Unusual dishes such as "vegetarian corn dogs" are worth trying, or opt for traditional wings, sandwiches or burgers. A wide array of beers make the Midway popular with the late-night crowd, and the restaurant's large outdoor patio gets especially busy in the warmer months. Housed in a former auto repair shop, the Midway has ample bar space and great atmosphere to keep diners entertained while they wait for their food.
SO-BA adds Asian flair to the offbeat East Atlanta Village with authentic Vietnamese cuisine. Start the meal off with egg rolls or one of three styles of spring rolls, including one for vegetarians. Traditional Pho which is Vietnamese noodle soup, comes in three sizes and is offered with several cuts of steak, brisket, tripe, chicken or shrimp. As a complement to their popular Pho offerings, SO-BA also features other rice and soup dishes. In addition to beef, pork and shrimp, there are also dishes that utilize tofu for vegetarian diners, such as the Com Chay. Diners new to Vietnamese food need not worry, the knowledgeable servers are more than happy to guide newcomers through the menu to help choose the right dish.
Located across the street from Zoo Atlanta and scenic Grant Park, Grant Park Coffeehouse is the perfect spot for a quick pick-me-up before or after a day spent outdoors. The small space, complete with a cozy couch and several indoor and outdoor tables, offers freshly brewed coffee, espresso drinks, gourmet teas and ice cream. Owner Rahel Belfield happens to be a pastry chef, which means yummy freshly baked goods are always on hand. From scones, muffins and pound cake to giant chocolate chip cookies, you'll find the perfect accompaniment to your cup of Joe. The shop offers free WiFi and a friendly neighborhood vibe - so grab a seat and stay a while if you like.
Housed in an old triangular building that forms the corner of Flat Shoals and Glenwood Avenues, this no-nonsense pub is a throwback to times when a bar was just that: a good place to get a drink. Rustic and proud of it, the Flatiron consists of a single room, which faces the roads that form the intersection at the door. A handsome bar is surrounded by numerous tables, and a generally quiet crowd gathers most evenings. The menu is limited to burgers, sandwiches and salads. Brunch is served on Sunday.
Graveyard Tavern is more than your typical sports bar. Featuring multiple screens to catch all the sports action and a variety of tapas to savor, it has all the things you needs for a comfortable time. Add to this chilled beer and the perfect scene is set. Graveyard sliders, the Gravedigger and the varied Graveyard wings are some of the items guests can't get enough of. The Last Rites features special cakes that are completely indulgent. This place also makes a great spot for casual dinner dates or even a late-night snack. A great spot to catch up and celebrate with locals on game nights.
The Glenwood serves bar fare with a culinary edge late into the night. Located in the newly hip East Atlanta Village, the chef offers a seasonally changing menu studded with uniquely southern delights. A new twist on a traditionally dishes should please sandwich lovers and gastronomes alike. The bar stocks few wines, but the beer list is the real highlight, featuring an extensive list of micro-brews and imported ales.
The neon sign on the corner announces Grant Central with all the subtlety of an old time theater marquee. Inside, you'll find East Atlanta's most complete pizzeria crowded most hours of the day. The enormous single room is open to the kitchen, with booths and tables against rustic exposed brick walls displaying eclectic art. Pizzas like the Cardiac Arrest (featuring pepperoni, spicy sausage, meatballs, ham, and extra cheese) made Grant Central famous, but the menu has expanded over the years. Subs, salads, and a few vegetarian items round out your selections.
Located in hip East Atlanta Village, Holy Taco serves up innovative Latin American-inspired cuisine. While you'll find traditional dishes like paella, enchiladas and fish tacos, chef Robert Phalen likes to mix it up a bit by offering creative new concoctions like tacos filled with buttermilk fried chicken hearts and roasted beef tongue with tomato cucumber salsa. Tortas (Mexican sandwiches) stuffed with grass-fed beef brisket, veggies or chorizo are sure to please. The massive patio is one of Holy Taco's best features. Lush and relaxing, it's the perfect place to sip on an organic margarita or a refreshing mojito.