APT 4B describes itself as a “savvy, eclectic, intimate, and funky restaurant in the heart of Buckhead Atlanta.” It also boasts the city’s largest collection of vinyl, as well as some of its best and most innovative cuisine. Chef Dayana Joseph crafts a menu grounded in her Haitian background and enlivened by her global citizenship. A mix of local ingredients and island imports showcase Chef Joseph’s concern for quality and authenticity. Stand-out dishes like oxtail hummus and snapper ceviche speak to the creativity and fire behind APT 4B. A modern space designed to welcome you in, the walls are lined with the work of local artists like Antonio McILwaine and Hype Williams. All that vinyl, alongside a killer drinks menu, keeps the vibe fresh. Both brunch and dinner can be luxurious, five-course affairs, although you’re free to order as much or as little as you want. Happy hour keeps things more affordable with $10 cocktails and similarly-priced small plates. As the seasons change, APT 4B is opening additional rooms designed for more lounging than eating, positioning the eatery as a true Caribbean social hub.