Gaja Korean Bar
Gaja Korean Bar may be SE Atlanta’s most unconventional “hole in the wall” eatery. The hidden gem takes a bold American spin on Korean culture and cuisine. Fill your bento box with anything from fried chicken thighs – savory garlic glazed or with tofu ranch– to brussel sprouts served with pork belly and Gochujang honey. Food is affordable, so you’ll have money left over for addictive appetizers like house kimchi and blistered shishito peppers with anchovy crisps. Banners written in Hangal (Korea’s traditional lettering) and Korean pop art adorn the industrial interior, while the patio offers an American traditional bar and cocktail-hour atmosphere.