Atlanta, Georgia is a Southern gem of a city that draws in many visitors year after year with long lists of places they can’t wait to see, experience, and explore. Whether you’re in the area on a solo adventure, on a romantic escape, or in town with the entire family, Atlanta provides a versatile canvas on which to create a one of a kind journey. From outdoor adventures to city center fun, Atlanta is a destination where you can mix and match your interests and hobbies. No matter how you plan on spending your time, you’ll have to fuel up along the way and fortunately for those with palate-pleasing preferences, Atlanta is also a city of flavor! When you can’t wait to dine in style and find yourself in the Buckhead neighborhood, a stop at The Capital Grille Atlanta is a must.
Savor the Flavor and Style
The Capital Grille is located at 255 East Paces Ferry Road NE in the prestigious Buckhead Village District. This upscale dining establishment is a favorite amongst those that love to indulge in sensational steak and seafood options. The restaurant is open to the dining public Monday through Thursday from 11:30 am until 9:00 pm, Fridays from 11:30 am until 10:00 pm, Saturdays from 4:00 pm until 10:00 pm, and Sundays from 4:00 pm until 9:00 pm. The aesthetic of The Capital Grille is decidedly refined and comes complete with a main dining room dotted with cloth-covered tables, dark wood finish, and innovative lighting fixtures throughout. The service at The Captial Grille is impeccable and the full bar makes it a lovely destination to pair any plate with just the right wine or hand-crafted cocktail.
Menu Favorites to Highlight
Begin a dinner at The Capital Grille by making the most of the appetizer selections. Guests can enjoy anything from oysters on the half shell to crab cakes, shrimp cocktail, or tuna tartare. Moving onto the main course selections, guests are often thrilled by the versatile options which range from bone-in ribeye and lamb chops to filet mignon, Chilean sea bass, or pan-seared glazed salmon. When you’re certain you want to end your evening on a sweet note, The Capital Grille serves up cheesecake, coconut cream pie, and even Crème Brulee for dessert. These delicious menu options make this restaurant one of the most popular steakhouses in Atlanta.
255 E. Paces Ferry Road
Atlanta, GA 30305
Enjoy the Elegance of Buckhead
Before or after your delicious steak at Capital Grille, why not spend some time browsing the upscale shops of Buckhead Village? Capital Grille is surrounded by brands like Christian Dior, Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo, and Hermes. You’ll also find boutique clothing shops and local art galleries, and spots for a delicious bonus dessert, like Georgetown Cupcake Buckhead.
Just across the street, you’ll find the historic Buckhead Theatre, an art-deco gem that originally opened in 1931 and was fully restored and reopened in 2010. It’s a hotspot for a huge variety of performances, from concerts in various musical styles to live comedy and Broadway plays. For an upscale experience at the Buckhead Theatre, consider purchasing premium seating, and receive access to not only the best seats in the house, but also a private bar, lounge, and a dedicated concierge to make your evening just a bit more special.
3110 Roswell Road
Atlanta GA 30305
Step into Atlanta History
One of the most interesting places to visit if you’d like to learn more about the roots of Atlanta is the Atlanta History Center. This 33-acre campus offers award-winning exhibitions, gardens, and historic homes to tour, and is a must-see during your stay.
Though exhibits are always evolving and changing, you can always expect to find offerings documenting the history of Atlanta through various lenses. You may get to learn about Atlanta’s role in hosting the 1996 Olympic Games, learn about the building of railroads, the native cultures of the region, or women’s fight to vote and the 19th amendment.
If you’re interested in history from an architectural perspective, you can tour the historic homes at Atlanta History Center. Check out Swan House, built in the 1920s in a mingling of classical Italian and English styles, as well as Smith Farm, Atlanta’s oldest-surviving farmhouse, which has been painstakingly recreated to be as true to a working 1860s farm as possible. There are also a variety of different gardens on site, so take a walk around, and enjoy a day spent exploring Atlanta History Center!
Atlanta History Center
130 West Paces Ferry Road NW
Atlanta, GA 30305
Book a City Stay Today
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