Eat exquisitely. Situated in the heart of midtown, Bacchanalia lives up to its name by offering a dining experience fit for Mt. Olympus itself. Lauded as the jewel of Atlanta fine dining since 1993, Bacchanalia stays unique by curating an extravagant experience while fostering a sense of community. As patrons note, the experience is sumptuous but not self-important. The four course, prix fixe menu offers an abundance of seasonal New American plates, including maine lobster with hominy and corn chorizo, foie gras served alongside peach and rhubarb shortbread, and red cow parmigiano paired with date and black garlic. Floor-to-ceiling windows show off the lush Georgia landscape, while modern decor creates a luxe-rustic atmosphere inside the restaurant. At $110 per person, Bacchanalia is expensive but not unachievable, and we think the investment is more than worth it. Ingredients are locally sourced, flavors and plates are impressive, and the wine pairings are delightful. Reservations are required.