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Atlanta, Georgia, renowned for its dynamic dining scene and vibrant cultural mosaic, offers an array of culinary experiences that cater to every palate. Whether indulging in iconic Southern comfort food, exploring exotic international cuisines, or enjoying high-end dining under the city lights, Atlanta turns every meal into a celebration. When planning a memorable evening out, consider how our Restaurant Limo Service in Atlanta can enhance your dining adventure, allowing you to savor every moment without considering transportation.

Dine with Our Atlanta Restaurant Transportation

Our specialized Atlanta Restaurant Transportation ensures your culinary journey is as exquisite as your anticipated meals. Imagine departing from the luxurious Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead and arriving at top dining destinations like Bones Restaurant or Canoe. Each trip with us promises comfort and impeccable service, turning an ordinary outing into an extraordinary experience.

Tailored Transportation for Every Group

Whether you’re planning a romantic evening for two or a lavish celebration with friends, our diverse fleet caters to all your needs:

  • Intimate Gatherings: Perfect for couples or small groups, our Cadillac XTS and Rolls Royce Phantom offer a cozy and elegant ride.
  • Mid-sized Celebrations: Our Lincoln Stretch Limo and GMC Yukon are ideal for medium groups, ensuring everyone enjoys the journey together.
  • Large Party Movement: For larger parties, our Escalade LimoParty Bus, and Black Hummer Limo accommodate up to 25 guests, making sure the celebration starts the moment you step aboard.

Why Choose Our Restaurant Car Service in Atlanta?

Choosing our Atlanta Restaurant Limo Service means you get more than just a ride. You get an integral part of your dining experience. From Buckhead’s vibrant eateries to the heart of downtown Atlanta, our chauffeurs provide professional, timely service so that your focus remains on your evening and not on navigating through traffic or finding parking.

Our commitment to excellence ensures that every detail is taken care of, from the pristine condition of our vehicles to the professional demeanor of our chauffeurs. With us, your next culinary outing in Atlanta will be spectacular.

Book Your Culinary Journey Today

Ready to elevate your dining experience? Contact Backstage Global Limousine today to book our Atlanta limo service. Whether online, at 1-888-811-3299, or via, we ensure your next restaurant outing is memorable and stylish. Book now and discover the ultimate in dining and luxury transportation!

Atlanta Dining Services 


Bones, a classic Buckhead Atlanta restaurant since 1979, is known for its legendary steak, seafood and service. From romantic dinners to business lunches and everything in between, patrons will enjoy a true fine dining experience at Bones. The restaurant is frequently found on various lists of best steak houses in the country.

Dine-in for dinner only.

Where: Buckhead, 312 Piedmont Road. Atlanta, Ga. 30305

Busy Bee Cafe

Busy Bee Cafe was started by Lucy Jackson in 1947. Located in the West End of the city, this Southern diner made its mark with its fried chicken, but its daily plates and Southern specialties such as chitlins and ham hocks keep crowds lining up for more. The Busy Bee Cafe has long served as a local meeting spot and has been a stopover for many politicians and celebrities over the years.

Dine-in, takeout and delivery available.

Where: Downtown, 810 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Atlanta, Ga. 30314

Colonnade Restaurant

Atlantans have been dining at the Colonnade Restaurant, located on Cheshire Bridge Road, for decades. And, if they don’t dine in, they carry out some of their favorite foods, such as fried chicken, cheese squash casserole, and coconut cream pie. The portions are large and so is the hospitality.

Dine-in and curbside pickup available.

Where: Midtown, 1879 Cheshire Bridge Road, Atlanta, Ga. 30324

Majestic Diner

Located in the Poncy-Highland area on Ponce de Leon Avenue, the Majestic Diner has been serving “food that pleases” since 1929. The diner was open 24 hours, making it a big late-night hit. For now, guests will have to make do with Majestic’s very “pleasing” breakfast and lunch menu as the diner closes at 2:30 p.m. each day. You’ll find everything from burgers and sandwiches to omelets, pancakes and waffles.

Dine-in, takeout and delivery available.

Where: Eastside, 1031 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta, Ga. 30306

Manuel’s Tavern

Manuel’s Tavern is as much a political and literati hangout as it is a place to dine. The de facto meeting spot for journalists, politicians (mostly left-leaning), neighborhood folks and the literary crowd, Manuel’s is the place to have a beer, talk politics and watch a Braves game. President Carter, whose Carter Center is around the block, used to be a frequent visitor. President Obama visited in 2016.

Dine-in, takeout and delivery available.

Where: Eastside, 602 North Highland Ave., Atlanta, Ga. 30307

Nikolai’s Roof

Located in the Hilton Atlanta, Nikolai’s Roof was one of the first restaurants to introduce sophisticated European dining to the city. When it opened in 1965, Atlantans, for perhaps the first time, experienced such exotic items as piroshki, borscht and foie gras. Nikolai’s Roof also boasts more than 900 wines. The cuisine is overseen by chef Stephanie Alderete.

Note: Nikolai’s Roof is temporarily closed at this time.

Where: Downtown, 255 Courtland St., Atlanta, Ga. 30303


Paschal’s is known as much for its place in civil rights history as its food. James and Robert Paschal opened a 30-seat luncheonette in 1947, despite not having a stove. The food was cooked at Robert’s home and then taxied to the restaurant each morning. During the 1960s the brothers became active in the civil rights movement, and leaders such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his key strategists as well as the city’s white leadership would meet at Paschal’s to solve the problems of the day. Paschal’s signature, and most popular dish is the fried chicken, but make sure to save room for dessert. The peach cobbler is some of the best in Atlanta.

Dine-in available.

Where: Downtown, 180 Northside Drive, Atlanta, Ga. 30313

Pittypat’s Porch

Located in the heart of Downtown Atlanta, Pittypat’s Porch got its name from a character in “Gone With the Wind.” Book and movie lovers know that that when Scarlett O’Hara visited Atlanta, she stayed with her Aunt Pittypat. Today guests can visit Pittypat’s Porch and enjoy Southern delicacies such as crayfish dip, catfish, and peach cobbler, served in an antebellum atmosphere. Guests can also sip on a mint julep in a rocking chair on the upstairs porch.

Note: Pittypat’s Porch is temporarily closed at this time.

Where: Downtown, 25 Andrew Young International Blvd., Atlanta, Ga. 30303


Polaris, located in the Hyatt Regency Atlanta in downtown, opened its doors in 1967. Atlantans and visitors alike were excited about having a meal in a rotating restaurant. Today, the sentiment remains. The Polaris offers a variety of handcrafted cocktails that celebrate the Golden Age of spirits and libations. It is the only restaurant in Atlanta with its own bee garden where more than 60,000 honeybees buzz about in hives kept under the roof of the Polaris. The honey is used daily in drinks and dishes. The rooftop garden also grows tomatoes, beans, herbs, flowers, and other produce.

Note: Polaris is closed to dining guests at this time. To submit requests for private events, please email the restaurant at

Where: Downtown, 265 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. 30303

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