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    Interior of Jason Hill's Wisteria


471 N Highland Ave
Atlanta, GA 30307

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Phone: 404-525-3363

Mon-Thu 5:30pm-10pm; Fri-Sat 5:30pm-11pm; Sun 5pm-9pm
American, Local Specialty, Southern
Dining Options:
Bar / Lounge, Bar Dining, Disabled Accessible, Non-Smoking, Parties / Private Rooms

10BEST Says

Restaurants with Gluten-Free Menus: Nestled along lush North Highland in Atlanta's historic Inman Park, Wisteria is a charming resto for grabbing an intimate dinner of ingredient-driven fare. Situated within a historic building, there's an abundance of rich dark woods and exposed brick--lending the space a distinct coziness. Touting new American food with a Southern twist, the spot offers an immense gluten-free menu scattered with a range of entrees, appetizers, salads and sides. A few of the highlights include the pan-seared pork belly appetizer with poached pear, dried cherries and candied walnuts; and the Georgia coastal shrimp and grits with sauteed peppers and a spicy shrimp broth.

Southern: Wisteria, located in a freestanding building with exposed brick and dark lighting it is extremely romantic, but also a fantastic choice to take an out of town guest. Wisteria can be described as upscale Southern. Don't miss The Patrice, a signature drink made with tequila and champagne is the perfect start to a relaxing evening. The huge wine list is an oenophile dream. The Black-Eyed Pea Hummus served up with home-made sweet potato chips had just the right amount of garlic and lemon juice. The scallops are another hit in the appetizer department. This is a twist on bacon-wrapped scallops using pork belly instead. The mussels, garlicky and served up with tomatoes are quite delicious. By far the most popular dish on the menu is the Molasses rubbed pork tenderloin. It brings guests back time and time again.

Romantic Dining: Wisteria is one of the most charming and romantic restaurants in the city. Housed in a historic building, there's lots of rich dark wood and the exposed brick walls have been left intact. The dishes are not nicely executed but the presentation is gorgeous. Wisteria opened in 2001 just after 9/11. Even though this was a very difficult time to open, they have persevered and become very successful even a neighborhood favorite. Wisteria has been featured in Bon Appetit, Wine Spectator and Citysearch. They are also rated on Zagat. Menu highlights include molasses-rubbed pork, pan-seared skate wing with stone-ground grits and lemon brown butter, and iron skillet chicken over bacon braised collard greens.

Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Restaurants with Gluten-Free Menus: "The restaurant is only open for dinner. If you're looking for brunch nearby, go to Parish instead."

Best for Restaurants with Gluten-Free Menus Because: Wisteria has one of the more extensive gluten-free menus in the city.

Local Expert Says:

Southern: "The wine list is tremendous. Let the staff help you pick something out."

Romantic Dining: "Take advantage of the terrific wine list available."

Best for Southern Because: The building is steeped in history, yet they have an interesting take on southern classics.

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