Buckhead Diner in Atlanta presents the ambiance and retro style you’d expect for an American diner, but when you add the upscale atmosphere and inventive menu this iconic diner becomes a favorite among the places to eat in Atlanta.
Buckhead Diner Menu
The Buckhead Diner serves brunch (on Sundays), lunch and dinner with a culinary flair most patrons rave about. Burgers are made with certified Angus beef which is ground fresh every day, and for those who want to steer clear of red meat, there are plenty of choices including an open-faced Grilled Atlantic Salmon B.L.T. or Grilled Chicken Breast Pretzel Club.
If you’re not in the mood for a sandwich, you can always order one of several big salads or choose from the large selection of entrees, including standard diner fare like chicken pot pie or grilled cheese. If you’re not too stuffed from eating your meal, they also have a display case filled with scrumptious dessert selections.
With its reputation for good food and friendly service, the Buckhead Diner is a busy place. While they don’t take reservations, they do offer priority seating.
If you call ahead to let them know you’re coming, you will get seated sooner than those who don’t make the call. It’s not really a reservation, but once you arrive they will seat you as soon as they can.
While the Buckhead Diner is considered a trendy culinary destination, it also offers a touch of nostalgia. They’ve been in business since 1987 and the key to their success is good service and a knack for combining modern American cuisine with creative novel selections of “diner food.”
If you’re in the Atlanta area, you’ll find the Buckhead Diner located at 3073 Piedmont Road. You can call ahead for priority seating at (404) 262-3336.