So much to eat, So little time Edit
Few cities can boast of having the volume and variety of restaurants that Atlanta can. Most people have heard of the Buckhead district, and for good reason. With fine steakhouses such as Bones, excellent seafood dining at the Atlanta Fish Market, fun and delicious tapas at Eclipse Di Luna, and many others, Buckhead offers many culinary delights and is a place to be seen. But complementing the more famous Buckhead and giving Atlanta a seemingly endless collection of dining choices is the corridor along Ponce de Leon Avenue. Ponce de Leon joins Midtown, Virginia Highlands, Inman Park/Little Five Points, Candler Park, and Decatur, and together these neighborhoods provide numerous restaurants with diverse menus, atmosphere, and pricing to satisfy any epicurean.