Sometimes it seems like the same group of restaurants get all the love. Well, that ends today. If you delve a little deeper into the food scene in Decatur, you’re bound to unearth plenty of hidden hot spots.
Get an omelet. I don't care what type of omelet but get an omelet. The pancakes are delish with bananas inside. Wait a minute, did I say get an omelet? Really everything I've had here is good. -- Tasha W. via Foursquare
Very Pleasantly Surprised, Food was very good & savory! They were not to long in bringing out my apps, but they thought so, so they comp my appetizers. The server William was great, very attentive! -- EMANATED FROM DETROIT Dr. Dre via Foursquare
A purveyor of $4 sandwiches, Jack and Coke slushies, and fine cocktails, sure, but it's also fast become a neighborhood spot. Don't miss the ping pong table or the stellar bar around back. -- Eater via Foursquare
Buttermilk-soaked, deep-fried gulf oysters covered in a crust of creole-seasoned cornmeal served with — wait for it — a monster slice of bacon make the oyster roll one of CL's 100 Best Dishes. -- Creative Loafing Atlanta via Foursquare
Housed in the former Decatur train depot, Kimball House's devotion to the way dining (and drinking) used to be shines through in its craft cocktail menu, oyster offerings, and 3 - course steak dinner. -- Eater via Foursquare
Offering both cake and yeasted varieties and dairy-free options, you can go simple with Vanilla Bean or get crazy with an Almond Joy-Nut. A second location is opening soon in Inman Park. -- Eater via Foursquare