Atlanta business is booming all over the metro area. As a major transportation hub for the South and headquarters to some of the world’s most recognized brands, Atlanta is a very business-friendly city. The suburban areas are growing quickly, not only residentially, but for commercial real estate and business headquarters as well.
id8 serves marketing and advertising clients located throughout the metro Atlanta area as well as in neighboring states, and we always look forward to business lunches with clients past and present – and future! Here is our compilation of some top Atlanta business lunch spots to consider if you have a business lunch in “our neck of the woods.”
Best Atlanta business lunch spots (in the ‘burbs!)
Marietta Square has some of the most inviting restaurants in Atlanta. A mere few steps from the id8 offices, these locations are frequently on our list for advertising brainstorms and client meetings:
Taqueria Tsunami – Asian and Latin fusion in a low-key contemporary setting. With so many taco options from Baja to Gringo to Thai, it may be difficult to choose! Don’t forget the fresh guacamole.
Stockyard Burgers and Bones – An energetic evening scene with a laid-back feel during business lunch hours. This is a good spot when you are looking for a casual business lunch with truly feel-good food.
WR Social House – Known for fried green tomatoes and seafood with a southern kick, this restaurant serves only locally grown seasonal vegetables. Recently completed a renovation and it looks great!
Smyrna/Vinings is a popular area to meet for a business lunch, as it is conveniently located near the city of Atlanta and offers many modern business lunch locations.
South City Kitchen – Already a success in Midtown Atlanta, this upscale southern restaurant offers charm and mouth-watering comfort food like buttermilk fried chicken – voted the best-fried chicken in Cobb County last year via Cobb Life Magazine. Save room for some creamy banana pudding for dessert!
Atkins Park – Atlanta’s oldest continuously licensed tavern added the Smyrna location in Market Village several years ago. It is a smart-casual restaurant with a “something for everyone” menu.
In Kennesaw and West Cobb, business associates can meet for a mouth-watering steak or fresh, crisp salad and many tasty restaurant locations.
Trackside Grill – Literally beside the railroad tracks in downtown Kennesaw and a weekend favorite of local suburbanites. Trackside specializes in chef-inspired food with a southern flair. A rooftop patio provides a nice lunch atmosphere when the weather is nice.
Capers Restaurant and Bar – This popular Kennesaw eatery features homemade salads, sandwiches, and seafood on the lunch menu. All of the chef-inspired recipes are unique to Capers.
East Cobb County is a quick ride from the major Atlanta business areas of Perimeter and Buckhead, as well as a convenient location for Roswell-based businesses.
Seed Kitchen and Bar – Boasts seasonal menus and “playful American” cuisine with beautiful presentation. Located in the heart of East Cobb in the Merchant’s Walk shopping center in Marietta.
Atlanta business is hot, and the suburban areas are enjoying business growth throughout. We invite you to join us for a meeting or over lunch to discuss your marketing and advertising needs. Contact us when the time calls for an Atlanta-area advertising agency to bring your next vision to your brand.