Steakhouses: A gem among Buckhead Life Restaurant Group's high-caliber restaurants, the vibe here is very much upscale and service-oriented. As the name suggests, the restaurant emphasizes its steak and seafood selections. Regularly ranked as one of the top steakhouses in the country, it's a popular spot for a date or for a business dinner. Dark woods accent the restaurant and this place stays busy throughout the week. They take particular pride in their 100-percent USDA Prime-Graded beef, veal and lamb. Given the location next to the St. Regis, you may also spot a few celebs. Go whopper sized or moderately portioned when you order your steak. Don't forget to order sides.
Seafood: Chops, a swanky local favorite, is often frequented by power brokers and features hushed tones and a well-stocked display case. One level of the restaurant is a steak house, hence the name, Chops. The other level, Lobster Bar is predominately seafood. Lobster Bar downstairs, offers the featured crustacean along with many other fish dishes. The seafood platter consists of a south african lobster tail, petite salmon filet, colossal lump crab, diver sea scallops. The wine list is excellent. This is an upscale restaurant with waiters wearing jackets, so you'll want to get a bit dressed up when paying a visit to Lobster Bar. Reservations are a must, ANY day of the week as Lobster bar is popular with the business crowd and for special occasions.
Business Lunch, Business Dinner: Chops, a swanky local favorite, is often frequented by power brokers and features hushed tones and a well-stocked display case. Steaks take center stage, of course, and you can choose from a range of cuts and sizes. Side dishes are also noteworthy, going beyond run-of-the-mill salads and baked potatoes to include creamed spinach and walnut-raisin bread. If you want something lighter, opt for the Lobster Bar downstairs, which offers the featured crustacean along with yellow fin tuna, almond-crusted swordfish and grilled sea scallops. The wine list is excellent.