Atlanta's booming food scene -- Inspired by classic New York Jewish delis, The General Muir chef Todd Ginsberg and his partners offer seasonal cuisine and the all-important Reuben sandwich, bagels and lox and more. Click through the gallery to see more delicious Atlanta food options.
The General Muir's Reuben sandwich, made of corned beef, sauerkraut, Russian dressing, gruyere and buttered rye, is a thing of beauty.
Brush Sushi Izakaya -- Chef Jason Liang's version of a Japanese gastropub has been open six months.
Brush Sushi Izakaya's omacase menu gives control of the menu to chef Liang, who prepares a menu from his favorite fish of the day.
Staplehouse -- Bon Appetit magazine rated Staplehouse as the United States' best new restaurant of 2016.
Staplehouse chef Ryan Smith cooks seasonal, nose-to-tail cuisine, and reservations are often sold out as soon as they open mid-month for the following month.
Miller Union -- Chef Steven Satterfield cooks southern, seasonal cuisine with inspiration from the multicultural city in which he lives.
Satterfield's current menu includes this duck breast with sweet potato, savoy cabbage, farro spaetzle and maple gastrique. It's cooked with ginger and a little cardamom.
Bacchanalia -- Veteran chef Anne Quatrano's high-end restaurant, which is moving to new digs in the spring, specializes in farm-to-table cuisine.
Since moving to Atlanta and opening Bacchanalia in 1993, Chef Anne Quatrano has inspired legions of cooks with her seasonal, southern cooking.
Ponce City Market -- Ponce City Market's food hall features smaller offerings from many of the city's best chefs, including Guy Wong's Ton Ton, Hector Santiago's El Super Pan, Anne Quatrano's W.H. Stiles Fish Camp and Linton Hopkins' H&F Burger and Hop's Chicken.
Bellina Alimentari -- The 4,000-square-foot Italian restaurant and market at Ponce City Market offers imported Italian wine and food, while cranking out fresh pasta daily.
Bellina Alimentari's Italian meat and cheese plate is enough for lunch or dinner.
Spiller Park Coffee -- Ponce City Market's prime coffee spots is a collaboration between Dale Donchey (left) and noted Empire State South chef Hugh Acheson (right), who also has three other restaurants in Georgia (two in Athens and one in Savannah).