Atlanta's West Midtown neighborhood features restored 19th-century industrial buildings converted into modern lofts with an eclectic mix of galleries, retailers, entertainment venues, office spaces and, most importantly, restaurants. Whether you're looking for farm-to-table freshness, elegant dining or just a quick bite, West Midtown hosts some of Atlanta's top-rated restaurants. Atlanta is nothing if not Southern, and in West Midtown, you can discover soul food like fried green tomatoes, barbecue and southern fried chicken. This area also provides some south-of-the-border food and drink options, including cold margaritas and tequila tasting. For coffee, tea or other light refreshments, there are many cafes in this area, and several of them offer guests free Wi-Fi. You'll also find a variety of Asian fare, including Malaysian cuisine and sushi.