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Trip Report Atlanta Restaurants

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Just returned from three days in Atlanta for meetings and wanted to share info about several great places we ate:

Lunch in Rome, GA at Harvest Moon Cafe.
Funky ambiance on the main drag of town. Selected from the "pick a meat and pick your sides" option: catfish, cheese grits, jalapeno cornbread, fried green tomatoes. YUM. Efficient, friendly service!
Honey Moon, their bakery next door, had fantastic fare (highly recommend the s'mores) and elaborate wedding/specialty cakes.
www.myharvestmooncafe.com

Dinner in Buckhead at 52 Seasons.
Seasonally derived, health-focused menu. I realize this is a chain, but we were very pleased with the menu, ambiance and service and thought I'd mention it.
Dark, sophisticated interior. Open kitchen. Recommend for business dinner.
Salmon was excellent.
Servers eager to please providing generous tastings before we selected a wine.
Mini-desserts a great concept and delicious!
www.seasons52.com

Dinner in Buckhead at Horseradish.
Again, great ambiance. Surrounded by trees. outdoor seating available.
Varied menu. Duck was superb.
Excellent, friendly service.
www.horseradishgrill.com

No time for any sightseeing between meetings -- next time!

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