Interested in trying some new American spots in Atlanta? You're in luck: We've found the freshest businesses to fill the bill. Here are the newest places to check out the next time you're in the mood for American food.
Red's Beer Garden
1328 Blvd. SE, Benteen Park
If you're after hot dogs, look no further than this new business. The newcomer is called Red's Beer Garden.
This spot's signature hot dogs include up to four toppings. There's also a vegan hot dog available. You'll find an extensive list of beers to complement the menu. Take a gander at all of the offerings here.
Red's Beer Garden has already attracted fans thus far, with a five-star rating out of five reviews on Yelp.
Wendi D. wrote, "This is a super relaxed place with a large selection of beer and delicious hot dogs. Red's has a few beers on tap and a comprehensive collection of bottles and cans in the cases."
668 Highland Ave., Old Fourth Ward
Field Day is a bar and New American spot.
Check out the steak frites among the many offerings here. You'll also find a grilled cheese sandwich, burgers and more. Take a gander at the full menu here.
Field Day's current Yelp rating of 4.5 stars out of five reviews indicates positive attention from users.
Yelper Michelle H., who reviewed Field Day on December 29, wrote, "I loved the Big Day burger! The patty was juicy and meaty, but what was really amazing was the topping: bacon dulce with a runny yolk."
Frost Bistro & Bar
281 Peters St. SW, Castleberry Hill
Frost Bistro & Bar is a New American spot.
The New Zealand lamb lollipops and Glo Jo's lobster tail head the list of entrees here. Starters include shrimp street tacos and crispy calamari. Take a peek at the entire menu here.
With a 2.5-star Yelp rating out of 83 reviews on Yelp, Frost Bistro & Bar is still finding its way, but it's still in the early days.
Yelper Tari O. noted, "The food was generally ok. Nothing special, but they were attentive and the music/atmosphere was fun."