Morelli’s Gourmet Ice Cream & Desserts

4515 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
Dunwoody, 30338
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(770) 454-2207

Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt, Desserts

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Goodfriends Grill

5342 Tilly Mill Rd
Dunwoody, 30338
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(678) 812-3989

Kosher

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E. 48th Street Market

2462 Jett Ferry
Dunwoody, 30338
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This was the first place we ate at with our pups in Atlanta, and were very pleased with the patio seating (it was enclosed) and how they were very accommodating to our yorkies. I got a chicken parmesan sub and it was bland but that was my fault for assuming the chicken would be breaded (it was grilled). I should've embraced the deli like my husband did - he got a beef sandwich that had a side of au jus sauce and he was in love! I give 5 stars for the service and for accommodating our puppies!
E. 48th Street Market is a one-stop shop for Italian food and wine. It's a small, family owned and operated, New York-style neighborhood market that opened in 1986. It's located in the Williamsburg at Dunwoody shopping center on the northern side of Dunwoody. This place seems to have a little of bit of everything: Italian wine, Italian groceries, a bakery and deli, and they do catering too. They've managed to tuck so much stuff into a small space. If it's your first time, the selection can be almost overwhelming. The wines they carry meet strict Italian quality standards. You can enjoy them by the glass at lunchtime. The grocery's shelves are stocked to the brim with assorted unique imported (and domestic) Italian packaged foods and goods. There's cheese, pasta, and a freezer filled with various meats (steak, sausage, braised beef, meatloaf, etc.) and seafood (clams, mussels, calamari). Beverages include Italian soda, espresso, cappuccino, and more. Behind the ordering counter is a set of shelves with about a dozen varieties of freshly baked breads made in-house daily. Sweets include cakes, such as cheesecake and Italian rum cake, cookies, and other Italian treats like cannoli and tiramisu. The deli has meats aplenty, several of which are imported. The food menu consists of nearly 30 different types of authentic hero sandwiches, pasta dishes, traditional pizzas made with 00 flour, soups, salads, and daily specials. The meatballs and cannoli are huge. The olive oil is imported from a small olive grove in Umbria, Italy. You can bring your own bottles to the market and fill up on their high quality olive oil. The market has somewhat limited hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-7pm; Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, closed. This can make a visit for the Monday-Friday "9 to 5" working crowd challenging, especially if one does not live or work relatively close-by. This market is popular and a neighborhood favorite. Soups include pasta fagioli (pasta and beans), chicken noodle, and Italian chili. I've tried the pasta fagioli. It's a rich and hearty soup. Great for cold days. Salads and sandwiches run about $7 per. Pizzas are $2 a slice (toppings additional). 16-inch square pizzas run about $15-20 each. Sandwiches that have been recommended to me by both staff and regulars include the #7 Stoffato and the #26 Italian beef. The Stoffato comes with three types of cured pork: salami, mortadella, and capicollo. It also comes with provolone cheese, lettuce, and a "special sauce" by default. I was told by staff to substitute oil and vinegar in lieu of the special sauce for a more original experience. I heard the Italian beef is one (of many) things E. 48th Street Market is known for. It comes with a side of au jus and giardinera, which is a spicy assortment of pickled vegetables (onions, celery, zucchini, carrots, cauliflower). You can get the giardinera mild or spicy. The breads and rolls here are the real deal - fresh, and nice and chewy. Combined with the excellent quality meats and ingredients, these make for some truly delicious sandwiches. They're simple, yet tasty, filling and very satisfying. I enjoy every bite. The sandwiches are ideal for both dining in or on-the-go. Either way, they're neatly wrapped in paper. Try a cannolo. The stacks of cannoli sitting inside the glass display case can be hard to resist. They are big, sweet, creamy, and crispy. Service is good. If you have any questions, the staff is willing to help. Plenty of parking is available at the shopping center. If dining on-site, seating options are limited. On busy days, the enclosed outdoor patio may be your best bet.
I am loving all these little tasty cafe's in the Jett Ferry -Mt. Vernon area. A long timer by comparison the E. 48th Street Market set the standard. It does feel a bit out of place to see something that is more authentic Italian in the area. My readers know this is at the bottom of my list of favored cuisines but there are some redeeming qualities. Rumors of the fantastic breads trumped my aversion and allowed me to enter with an open, and hopeful, mind. There is a charming covered eating area before you enter the market itself. It is sunroom style, white and bright. There is a bit more inside dining area that takes up about half of the retail area. In there you will find a wine dispensary as well as full bottle for sale. The breads used to be baked on site but now they are baked at the other location in Doraville and brought over daily. There is a gluten free menu along with subs, hot food, entrees and salads. Cakes and pastries when you have a sweet tooth and a chill chest of ravioli and cheese as well as some frozen items to take home and serve from your own kitchen. I got a salami and provolone sandwich on the bread I've been hearing about and sure enough, it did not disappoint. Thin outer crisp crust and pillowy interior with just enough chew but not so much your jaw hurts by the 4th bite. The open faced calzones look more like a personal pan pizza with ricotta but tastes much better. 4 to chose from, including a vegetarian option. For the love of god, heat it in the oven and step away from the microwave! The final crust you get is worth it. The market is full of italian dry goods like canned tomatoes, pasta flours and ready made pasta (fresh and dried), oils, seasonings, pizza peels and more. The eclair I had was damn impressive. Nice hefty size, generously covered with ganache. The cream filing wasn't overly thick and clumpy or runny. It was goldilocks just right. Well done! What a neat place that made even a non Italian lover like me very happy!

(770) 392-1499

Italian, Ethnic Food, Delis

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Crema Espresso Gourmet

2458 Mt Vernon Rd
Dunwoody, 30338
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Love. This. Place. Phenomenal quiche. Fantastic sandwiches. Excellent coffee. Great place for hanging out and getting some work done and for small groups. Also they serve wine which is a good deal for the price. And there are macaroons which again are phenomenal.
Crema is an absolute boon to the somewhat lackluster range of Dunwoody dining options. Yossi's sandwiches are always fresh, creative, and made with the best ingredients. I don't think I've ever had a smoked salmon sandwich as good as the ones he makes (he does multiple variations on salmon sandwiches). The $10 lunch deal is an absolute steal for a sandwich, premium Mexican or Italian soft drinks, and a nice bag of chips. The dining area in the shop is spacious and airy - never feels crowded or noisy - it's perfect for reading the paper. Definitely the best sandwich shop, or maybe I should say, cafe serving sandwichs in Dunwoody.
LOVE LOVE This place! Some people are so overly picky about every little thing it's crazy. Crema is a breath of fresh air when it comes to quality of food and service. Everything I have had from soup, sandwiches, quiche and sweets was absolutely delicious. The service is friendly and although it's atmosphere is not as cozy as some would like it is clean and inviting.

(678) 731-9020

Coffee & Tea, Cafes, Sandwiches

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Cafe At Pharr

5533 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
Dunwoody, 30338
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(470) 545-6583

Salad, Cafes, Sandwiches

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Eastern China Taste

5586 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
Dunwoody, 30338
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(770) 551-6666

Chinese

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Farm Burger

4514B Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
Dunwoody, 30338
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Great burgers! The GF and I were looking for something good and quick, without to much of hassle. I decided on burgers so we googled top burger joints in Atl. Farm Burger was number 4. The website menu/options and pictures made the decision easy! We started out with the chicken pot pie fritters with a side of sherry-date bbq sauce and some other creamy mayonaise based sauce both were good! The chicken pot pie fritter was interesting..very very rich and tasted exactly like a pot pie, without all the liquid or heavy crust! Totally surprised at how the flavor changed depending on if you decided to dip or not. Great starter. The GF had the BANH MI BURGER which comes with pickled carrots, daikon, jalapeños, housemade pork paté, cilantro, chili mayo $10. She devoured it! To much going on for my taste but glad she enjoyed. I did an ala carte burger with an egg over easy, bacon and chedder. First bite the egg yolk broke apart and surrounded the burger with yummy goodness. Asked for medium and got that! My only complaint was that the burger was warm but not hot, which is what I expected for a burger made to order. We split an order of spicy garlic, herbs, parmesan fries, which were all kinds of good! Feel free to dip into the leftover fitter sauce...lol On the way out the door we stopped by the ice cream counter, I had the salted caramel and the GF had the olive oil and rosemary, both on a sugar cone. Both were rich and the salted caramel was a bit much after such a heavy meal. Next time I'll just stick to the burger!..lol
This is a cool thing to find in a pretty generic strip mall in Dunwoody. I had considered going to the Decatur location on several occasions, but I was too much of a Yeah! Burger loyalist. When I finally tried Farm Burger, I thought for a moment that I was actually going to like it better. Everything was great up to the point where the food came. Fantastic service, great beer selection, lots of interesting stuff on the menu. I can't fault them for any aspect of their presentation. It's just that the meat isn't that great. I ordered medium (their definition of medium is a lot more on the rare side than other burger joints I've been to), but the beef was just kind of tough and tasteless. It's disappointing for a place that seems to be doing everything else right. The butternut squash tots were delicious, though. I think I would go there again to give the veggie burger a shot.
While the menu is a bit complicated to read, and the experience can be chaotic, the food is fantastic at Farm Burger. I would give the restaurant a 5, but it just needs to be more organized.

(770) 454-2201

Burgers

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Wrights Gourmet Sandwich Shoppe

5482 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
Dunwoody, 30338
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This is a good lunch place. I've enjoyed every sandwich I've gotten there, and their lemonade cake is amazing (although it's crazy rich, like it's almost hard to finish a whole piece after a meal). One thing I don't like is their sweet tea though. I usually love all sweet tea (as long as it's sweet enough), but theirs seems to have some wierd aftertaste that I can't stand. Unfortunate. All in all a solid sandwich/salad place though.
The Wright Gourmet is the best sandwich shop in Atlanta. My personal favs are the Blue Max & the lemonade cake.
Great sandwich shop in Dunwoody. If you're looking for something that's a change of pace and not a chain restaurant, this place is a great spot to get a good quality sandwich.

(770) 396-7060

Desserts, Sandwiches, Caterers

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Vino Venue

4478 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
Dunwoody, 30338
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Well, its date night on a Monday night. Me and the wife met up with another couple, friends of ours to try out this place. Overall, great impression from the get go. Walked in and promptly greeted, and quickly joined our party. Nice day out so the deck was perfect, not too hot, not cold at all, and with this crazy Georgia weather we got extremely lucky. First off, this place has a self serve wine bar - Just get a prepaid card and serve up! Great selection of wine, so we all get a glass and get some. I got a Riesling since I knew a cheese plate will be in order, don't remember the name to be exact but it was nice. Got to our table and first thing we ordered, Cheese plate of 4 different cheeses as a starter, all delicious and paired well with our wine. Couple of minutes go by and proceeded to order food, we decided to get 4 different plates to share, so everyone could try all the good food as my pictures explain; Andouille Sausage & Gouda Cheese Grit Cakes, Surf & Turf Flatbread, Trio Of Crispy Pork Belly Chipotle Tacos (my favorite) and Smoky Three Cheese & Beef Lasagna. Overall, the ambiance was on point. Wine was great, and loved the many options and descriptions on each label, as I am definetly not a wine enthusiast. Not too crowded, not loud, just groups of friends gathered to have some conversation over good food. I will be coming back here soon to try more of their dishes. Will update then.
"In vino veritas" -- Tombstone (1993) What a disappointing experience for Dunwoody Restaurant Week. So this was my first time at Vino Venue and I was really looking forward to it - and then I was in a situation that morning where I was not going to be able to drink any wine. But I was determined to enjoy the food anyway! I have been notorious to go to the restaurant week outings and then NOT order from the special menus - so I have changed my strategy and insist on ordering off these menus and get the RW experience. Total failure this time around. A couple of the ladies at the table opted to do the enomatic wine cards (opting for the Yelp deal instead of the RW deal as it was a better offer). The rest of the table went with the $20 bottle deal. From the RW menu, I chose the Green Goddess Salad, the Braised Beef Bistro Filet on Potato Leek Waffles and the Dark Chocolate Orange Pot de Crème. The salad was delicious and probably the best thing I ate all night. It had a very refreshing and herbaceous dressing with a great salt level and a nice crunch from the pepitas. The entree was atrocious. So first, even if you braise a filet, it is a crime to A) cook it to well done and B) cook it without any salt or pepper. Now, they then placed world's smallest piece atop a piece of waffle - that actually had a decent flavor and was one of the only things giving any flavor at all to this dish. Next, it came with a jus that we poured over the top - it gave flavor to the dish, made the waffles soggy, which killed them. Plus, the flavor of the jus was just salt - not in a good way. Thank goodness for a decent dessert - which I almost did not get. Our server brought the desserts to the table - for everyone except me. So I waited and waited, and finally started waving in his direction (he was 15 feet from the table) and he looked up and I motioned at the empty space in front of me. Next thing I know, he is placing the pot de crème in front of me. So this was pretty rich in dark chocolate, with a pretty smooth texture, and a nice orange finish. It was pretty good - not the best I have had, but a good finish after a terrible entree. The entire thing was $20 plus tax - that I wish I could get back. I don't think I would come here again as the food is not worth the money and there are many great places to go for wine in this town.
I'm feeling this new spot in walking distance to me! Love the wine school and the many selections. The staff is educated and the small plates compliment the wine well. You can go to cooking/wine class in a group or sit at the bar or at a table. It may be located in a shopping center but it is nothing short of fascinating!

(770) 668-0435

American (New), Wine Bars

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Dunwoody Bistro

2482 Jett Ferry Rd,Ste 650
Dunwoody, 30338
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(770) 206-5200

Modern European, Sandwiches

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