Two Urban Licks is a well-established modern American restaurant located right on the Atlanta Beltline. It was there before the Beltline ever existed, and I have a feeling it will be there long after. Its success is in huge part due to its talented executive chef, Michael Bertozzi. Bertozzi and his team really know how to infuse flavor into every bite. WHY GO: Because you want a fantastic meal, in a well-designed restaurant, in the hottest neighborhood in Atlanta — without the pretentiousness.
Two Urban Licks
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Affectionately abbreviated as O4W, the neighborhood is steeped in Atlanta's history, most notably because it marks both the birthplace and final resting place of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Today, it is highlighted by some of the most interesting new developments in the city. The neighborhood is a proverbial melting pot of Atlantans with a number of unique offerings designed to suit any lifestyle. O4W helps stitch together the other neighborhoods around it and contains an eclectic mix of both old and new restaurants, shops, and parks. Sure it looks like it's falling down from the outside, but this Atlanta staple hosts some of the best concerts and festivals in the city. Everything about this restaurant is well-crafted: the food, the drinks, the space, the service
Two Urban Licks, Atlanta
That is a long time in this City when it comes to restaurants. It is one of the busiest restaurants in the city and that is pretty much everyday. I would describe the menu as American cooking with touches of Multi-Cultural influences.
This was the third in a row of disappointments with the Concentric Restaurants Group. In the middle of a Saturday night they were out of my first and second beer choices. The wine by the glass selection is poor. What should have been a pork loin was an overdone boneless pork chop.