All 45 Atlanta restaurants recognized in the city's first Michelin Guide

(Left to Right) Lael Fredsell/Southern Belle, Andrew Thomas Lee/Lazy Betty, Lemon Brands/The Busy Bee, Banshee, Ben Johnson/Fred’s Meat and Bread, Andrew Thomas Lee/Talat Market, Andy Lee/Homegrown, Brian Manley/Georgia Boy, Andrew Thomas Lee/Kimball House, Julius Mayo Jr/Kamayan ATL, Morgan Wagoner/The Deer and The Dove, Bailey Garrot/Fishmonger, Heirloom Market, Andrew Thomas Lee/Bomb Biscuit Co., Jack Sorokin/Chai Pani

Michelin announced back in July that their anonymous inspectors would be descending on Atlanta for the city’s inaugural Michelin Guide. Here are the 45 restaurants recognized in the guide, including winners of the prestigious One Star, Green Star and Bib Gourmand awards.

Atlas – One Star

Hayakawa – One Star

Lazy Betty – One Star

Mujō – One Star

Bacchanalia – One Star/Green Star

The Chastain – Green Star

The Chastain’s Juan Fernando Cortés also won the MICHELIN Guide Atlanta 2023 Sommelier of the Year Award.

Arepa Mia – Bib Gourmand

Banshee – Bib Gourmand

Bomb Biscuit Co. – Bib Gourmand

Estrellita – Bib Gourmand

Fishmonger – Bib Gourmand

Fred’s Meat & Bread – Bib Gourmand

Heirloom Market BBQ – Bib Gourmand

Little Bear – Bib Gourmand

Jarrett Stieber, chef at Little Bear also won the 2023 MICHELIN Guide Atlanta Young Chef Award.

The Busy Bee – Bib Gourmand

Antico Pizza Napoletano – Bib Gourmand

Talat Market

Ticonderoga Club


Jason Furst and the bar team at BoccaLupo also won the 2023 MICHELIN Guide Atlanta Exceptional Cocktail Award.

Lyla Lila



Home Grown

Xi’an Gourmet House

Tiny Lou’s

Miller Union

Neal McCarthy, general manager and co-owner of Miller Union also won the 2023 MICHELIN Guide Atlanta Service Award.

Georgia Boy

Southern Belle


Twisted Soul Cookhouse & Pours

Poor Hendrix

The General Muir

Chai Pani

The White Bull

The Deer and the Dove

Kimball House

Storico Fresco Alimentari


Nam Phuong

The Alden

Food Terminal

Kamayan ATL

LanZhou Ramen

Han Il Kwan

Snackboxe Bistro