Downtown Atlanta has a mix of fast food, casual and fine dining restaurants around hotels and event venues. Downtown MARTA stations are listed below in order of most to least restaurant options. Note that the restaurants around the Five Points station are largely fast food.
Midtown Atlanta has three MARTA stations, all of which provide a variety of dining options, many of which have high ratings in a happening part of Atlanta. Explore the restaurants near each station to get started:
A wealthy and high-end part of town, Buckhead has two main MARTA stations: Buckhead and Lenox. The Lindbergh Center MARTA station is also nearby in South Buckhead, though restaurants there are chains and fast food. View the list of dining options in walking distance from each station:
Atlanta’s Perimeter north of the city is another business and retail center, but unlike Midtown or Decatur, most the restaurants in the area are chain restaurants. See the list of eateries below near each Perimeter MARTA station on the red line.
Near the Perimeter on the Northeast side of the city near I-85 are three MARTA stations in three different cities. Nearby restaurants feature food from around the world, from Asian to solid American sports bars. Choose from:
In addition to more than 40 restaurants around the Decatur MARTA station, there are two other MARTA stations in the Decatur area with additional dining options. View the restaurants closest to each station:
On the red and gold line south of downtown Atlanta are several stations in historic neighborhoods that are close to fast food restaurants and unique spots to get a bite to eat. View restaurants near each station below, including plenty of soul food options.