4600 Glenwood Rd.
Decatur, GA 30035
Phone: (404) 289-4940
Fax: (404) 564-0148
Established in 1967 and expanded to boast more than 1000 restaurants across the country, Chick-fil-A is an institution for delicious chicken meals. This Decatur outlet, Chick-fil-A at Wesley Chapel Road, is located to the south of the city, amidst various shopping outlets and hotels. Staying true to the Chick-fil-A brand name, they offer a delightful range of burgers, wraps, sandwiches and salads filled with chicken. Breakfast specials like a chicken burrito, burger stuffed with egg, sausage and cheese and a Chicken Platter are also available.
The name says it all. If you're looking for great barbecue on the east side of Atlanta, "this is it". However, if you're afraid to get your hands dirty, you may as well stay home. The simple dining room is designed for one thing: the systematic devouring of pork. Known for their signature ribs, This Is It! is a favorite of regular patrons for its slide-off-the-bone goodness. Shredded and pulled pork and beef, plus some barbecue chicken items round out the menu. See website for full menu, other locations, and further information.
This late night spot is perfect for anyone looking for a night on the town. A perfect combination of nightclub, bar, and restaurant J's Lounge has something for every occasion. Sit down for dinner, and choose from their wide variety of Tex-Mex meals and snacks, or swing by on one of their special event nights for drinks and dancing.
Pallookaville Fine Foods is the collaboration of Jim Stacy and John Gianoulidis. It started off as Pallookaville Corndog Wagon originally but now is a full-fledged carnival-inspired restaurant with a soda fountain. Set in a Tudor Revival building, it is vibrant with its colorful chairs, wooden and metal tables, and vintage quirky memorabilia plastered on its walls. Savor their famous Corn Dogs such as Corndugula, Corndogski and Cornleone. Other noteworthy dishes include their Pork Burger, Frankfurter Sandwiches and, Fries and Spuds. The items served in their soda fountain is made from a local organic dairy. Indulge in their egg creams, milkshakes and sodas. They also serve alcoholic beverages.
Offering comfort food that's a specialty of Atlanta, The Bishop is a wonderful dining destination, midst a charming, urban-rustic ambiance. Featuring exposed brick walls, contemporary wrought iron light fixtures, The Bishop provides you with just the right environment where you can enjoy a leisurely meal with your loved ones. The food, on the other hand, reflects traditional Southern cooking and includes dishes such as smoked fried chicken, lobster cobb, slow-roasted ribs and such. Made and served with much love, the meals here are hearty and delicious, while the prices are just right and the service reflects the friendly vibe of The Bishop.
This local bakery in Decatur offers breads, doughnuts, cakes and other desserts, but also features a full menu for dining-in and full table service. Duck's Kitchen is housed in a small, quaint building, but the menu is large. Starters include shrimp cakes and an herb and cheese soufflé. Sandwiches range from salmon cured in-house to The James Calvin, a sandwich piled with slow roasted pulled pot roast. Pizza is another house specialty. But, as the Duck's staff will be happy to remind diners, don't forget to save room for one of their homemade desserts!
Arepa Mia is named after Arepa, a flatbread made from flour or ground maize, with spicy fillings. It is a dish eaten daily in Venezuela and this restaurant's owner offers various versions of the Arepa and Empanada (stuffed pastry) that she learned from her mother. The Venezuelan food served here is gluten-free and suited for those with allergies. Savor Arepas stuffed with ingredients like organic black beans, shredded chicken, sliced ham, avocados and sweet plantains, accompanied by cooling lemonade. The menu is sketched on a blackboard and also comes with a glossary of Venezuelan culinary terms and dish names. The dining room decor is whimsical with a red heart logo on the counters and bold red walls plastered with intriguing knick-knacks. Avail of their catering service for your next party if you want food that strikes a balance between home-made and exotic.
Tucked away in Decatur, the Kimball House is a truly beautiful restaurant. Exuding thoughtfulness and graciousness through the vintage wooden decor and cozy booths allows patrons to sit, unwind and relax with good company. The highlight of this humble eatery is the raw bar, with fresh oysters and caviar flown in daily from around the world. Paired with the handcrafted cocktails made by expert mixologists makes this establishment a home-run for date night.
This Decatur pool hall offers a welcome contrast to the smoky, tough rooms of bygone years. Enjoy a game with friends or just stop by for a couple of beers. The bar selection is pretty diverse with the well-crafted ales brewed in-house. Sample some of the typical bar fare or try one of the more uncommon choices such as the vegetarian hamburger. Whether you're hungry or just looking to shoot some pool, the hip crowd at Twain's will make your visit an enjoyable experience.
This neighborhood bar and eatery is quite popular among locals. From an eclectic range of drinks to a casual menu of the regular American fare, you have a lot to choose from. Feast on salads, appetizers, sandwiches, quesadillas, burgers and chicken. Also watch out for their weekly specials. The patio at Universal Joint is the main highlight of the place, you can enjoy a meal here under the shade of an umbrella.
The epitome of a neighborhood pizza joint, Mojo Pizza is located in Decatur's historic and laid-back Oakhurst Village neighborhood. Local delivery and take-out is available, or diners can slide into a booth to take advantage of the beer and wine selections for the adults, and the arcade room for the kids (or the young at heart). Mojo Pizza's menu includes a long list of toppings, so anyone who craves a hard-boiled egg on top of their pie can indulge here. Pizza-lovers with adventurous appetites can try the Mardi Gras pizza, which includes shrimp, bacon, hot sausage, peppers and onion. Don't worry: traditional toppings are also available for pizzas and calzones.
Oakhurst Village’s Saba is located right on the neighborhood’s central green space. Enjoy handmade pastas inside the eatery's spacious interior or dine on the patio, which overlooks the charming Oakhurst Square. The menu is inspired by Italian cuisine, but options range far beyond the typical spaghetti and meatballs. Saba offers five varieties of ravioli alone, including the pumpkin variety. Fans of classic spaghetti will be appeased, but more adventurous diners can try Thai chicken spaghetti or the Indian-inspired vegan vindaloo spaghetti. There is also a huge bar area for more casual dining and drinking.