The Atlanta restaurant scene can be one of the highlights of a Market trip, but COVID-19 doesn’t have to put a damper on your appetite. Whether you’re looking for a safe dining room experience, or you’re more comfortable with takeout, there are plenty of options in the downtown area and beyond.
The Lowdown on Lunch
There are several socially-distant options for a quick lunch, in building 3 available during Atlanta Apparel Market. You can view a complete list of our on-site food options with hours and locations on our app and by visiting AtlantaApparel.com/dining.
All your favorites across the street at the Hub at Peachtree Center are open weekdays, with a few also open on Saturday. Starbucks in the Building 1 Lobby is also ready to fill your caffeine cravings throughout the day, though you’ll have to enter through the outside entrance on Peachtree Street.
Dinner in Downtown
You don’t have to go far to find a good meal after a long day at Market. Ray’s in the City, Amalfi Pizza, Hard Rock Café, Wahlburgers, Hsu’s and White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails are all within a block of campus. On the other side of Centennial Park you’ll find STATS Brewpub, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Der Biergarten (open Friday – Sunday), Dos Bocas, Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria and more. Many hotel restaurants are still offering service including Catch 12 at the Twelve Hotel, The Sun Dial Restaurant at The Westin Peachtree Plaza, AG at The Ritz-Carlton and Glenn’s Kitchen at The Glenn Hotel.
Explore a list of currently operating restaurants in the Centennial Park District just a few blocks from campus here→
You can find a comprehensive list of currently operating restaurants throughout Atlanta including Midtown, Buckhead and the Westside here→.
Looking for takeout? Atlanta Magazine rounded up 50 of their favorites here→
Please call ahead to confirm each restaurant’s safety measures and any changes to operation.