Alpharetta Restaurants Featured on Atlanta Eats
Hosted by Steak Shapiro & Mara Davis, Atlanta Eats is a TV show featuring Atlanta’s best restaurants! Episodes air on Peachtree TV on Saturdays at 7:00 p.m. & Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
Below is a list of Alpharetta restaurants featured on Atlanta Eats. Click here to view a complete list of Alpharetta restaurants featured on Atlanta Eats.
Saving the world. One Gluten-Free dessert at a time.
Since 1986, we’ve used only the freshest ingredients for a frozen custard experience you can’t get anywhere else.
Barleygarden is a beer-centered fast casual upscale pub, with 90 craft taps and two bars meeting all of your sudsy dreams. The menu features locally sourced products, including local delicacies from the butcher The Spotted Trotter.
A Grand steakhouse reminiscent of the classic steakhouses and watering holes of New York.
Serving coastal cuisine and elevated beach food n a casual atmosphere.
Serving California cuisine with Southern heart and soul.
Expressive American Cuisine Built For Common Purpose.
Homemade REAL food, prepared with fresh ingredients. 100% GMO free.
JINYA Ramen Bar features authentic, award-winning Tonkotsu Ramen that has bold flavors and a wide variety of customizable options available.
Explore our amazing farm-to-table dishes that take food and your palette to new heights.
Enjoy BBQ made from scratch daily with only the freshest ingredients.
Full service European Bistro located in downtown Alpharetta, serving up fresh food in a casual and welcoming environment.
Serving up “pancakes as you like them!” since 1953. Everything is made from scratch and to order, using locally sourced ingredients.
The Ultimate in Golf, Games, Food and Fun. The premier entertainment and event venue in Alpharetta with fun point-scoring golf games for all skill levels, upscale bar food and drinks, music and more! The premier entertainment and event venue in Alpharetta with fun point-scoring golf games for all skill levels, upscale bar food and drinks, music and more!
Chef Michael Field takes a sophisticated approach to the art of sandwich making – and he might be an even better baker.