Comfort Inn & Suites at Stone Mountain
5355 Stone Mountain Hwy
Stone Mountain, GA 30087
Phone: (770) 465-1888
Fax: (770) 465-3424
Bars & Cafes
A neighborhood restaurant & bakery, The Village Corner blends a country ambiance with excellent German cuisine to deliver a memorable dining experience. The decor may be elemental but all the value goes on the plate and Executive Chef Carl Friese whips up a fantastic fare of authentic German and Continental specialties like Gruyere Spaetzle, Schwine Haxe (Pork Osso Bucco), Rouladen, Jaeger Schnitzel and Sauerbraten. A good selection of German beers perfectly complements the menu selections. Baked items from their bakery section are also delivered at doorstep and efficient take-out and catering services are also offered. Overall, the experience is definitely worth trying for anyone who wants to sample German cuisine without burning a hole in the pocket.
Unwind yourself from your hectic schedule as you enjoy a few drinks at Hush Sports Bar & Lounge. This bar offers an impressive beverage list and is famous for serving some unique cocktails. The energy of this place never goes down with the pool tables, television for your recreation. The bar has enjoyable events planned for your weekends. Check their website to know more.
Kaets Steakhouse is one of your dining options at the luxurious Atlanta Marriott Gwinnett Place. Open only for dinner, this casual restaurant serves not only succulent steaks, but also many seafood preparations that will have you licking your chops. Delectable confections and many wines to be paired with your meal complete the wonderful dining experience.
Pallookaville Fine Foods is the collaboration of Jim Stacy and John Gianoulidis. It started off as Pallookaville Corndog Wagon originally but now is a full-fledged carnival-inspired restaurant with a soda fountain. Set in a Tudor Revival building, it is vibrant with its colorful chairs, wooden and metal tables, and vintage quirky memorabilia plastered on its walls. Savor their famous Corn Dogs such as Corndugula, Corndogski and Cornleone. Other noteworthy dishes include their Pork Burger, Frankfurter Sandwiches and, Fries and Spuds. The items served in their soda fountain is made from a local organic dairy. Indulge in their egg creams, milkshakes and sodas. They also serve alcoholic beverages.
Barnacles is more than a regular bar. This happening place offers great food and drink with reasonable prices and nightly entertainment. During the day, you can come in for lunch and watch the football game. In the evening, you can join for the happy hour and try the daily specials. After 10p, the place turns into a club scene with a DJ playing almost every night of the week. Join the party and have a great time.
Urban Grounds is a cozy, laid-back coffee shop in Avondale Estates. Like most places in the city, Urban Grounds offers a small-town feel while in the shadow of the Atlanta skyline. The background music is quiet, and the atmosphere lacks the hectic feel of other coffee shops. There are tables scattered around the open seating area, but the overstuffed couches offer an especially relaxing spot to sip a coffee, iced coffee, tea or smoothie. Urban Grounds also serves sandwiches and paninis. When the weather is nice, a spacious outdoor patio offers plenty of seating under the shade of trees.
La Madeleine Country French Café recreates the magic of a Parisian street bistro. It offers a spread of French dishes made as per traditional French recipes to retain their authenticity. Savor the taste of freshly-baked croissants with hog mugs of coffee. There is an option to choose low calorie dishes as well and plenty of soups and salads are offered for the health conscious. The desserts are delicious especially the macaroons and cheesecakes.
This Decatur mainstay serves lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. The dinner menu has a long list of offerings, but diners looking for a sampling can try several of the sliders. The sliders range from meatless-cucumber, black bean to the usual BBQ pork and beef. When it comes to entrées, the BBQ plate is a standout for the pulled pork made in-house. Brunch specialties at The Corner Pub include Southern dishes like shrimp and grits, and Hangover Hash: a dish designed for diners who indulged a little too much the night before.
A meal at Red and Green Brazilian Steakhouse is as close as one can get to an authentic Brazilian churrascaria experience in Atlanta. Head to the salad bar for fresh delights and a wide spread of timeless globe-spanning favorites. Turn the sign from red to green and traditionally-attired Gauchos will present to you freshly grilled skewers of succulent cuts like Rump Steak, Beef Ribs and Bacon Wrapped Filet Mignon. Pair the barbecued specialties with classic cocktails like Tequila Sunrise, Cosmopolitan and the country's very own Caipirinha. The ambiance exudes an earthy appeal and tiled walls and tropical accents give it an upscale touch. End your meal with traditional Brazilian Flan.
Baking is an art and Ratio Bakeshop seems to have mastered it with ease. When you enter this adorable bakery, you are bound to be mesmerized by the assortment of cakes, pies, croissants, cookies and other baked goods that adorn their display. Some of the must-try specials here are: Brown Sugar Caramel Cake, Flourless Chocolate Truffle Torte, Coconut Lime Cake, Honey with Goat Cheese Buttercream Cake and the Bourbon-Glazed Brown Sugar Pecan Pound Cake. Creative cheesecakes are also sold here. In addition, French Macarons, Chocolate Pecan Pie, Seasonal Fruit Tart and all of their breakfast items come highly recommended. Ratio Bakeshop also has delights for your four-legged friends.
Tucked away in Decatur, the Kimball House is a truly beautiful restaurant. Exuding thoughtfulness and graciousness through the vintage wooden decor and cozy booths allows patrons to sit, unwind and relax with good company. The highlight of this humble eatery is the raw bar, with fresh oysters and caviar flown in daily from around the world. Paired with the handcrafted cocktails made by expert mixologists makes this establishment a home-run for date night.
A coffee shop by day and a wine bar by night, Java Monkey is a cozy independent coffee shop with a broad menu of coffee and teas, desserts and pastries. Cozy seating indoors or sunny spots on the patio provide plenty of room for sipping, working, or catching up with friends. Coffee and tea choices range from the simple to the elaborate. Visitors who plan to settle in on a couch, work at a table or hop onto a stool at the bar can order the tasty coffee. The simple cup of Joe is one of the most inexpensive menu items, but it arrives in a giant coffee cup.