As the warmer weather approaches, Atlanta-area restaurants are freshening up their menus with these delightful new spring dishes.

From top-left, clockwise:

In Alpharetta, enjoy a mouthwatering and refreshing mix of crispy fried green heirloom tomatoes with homemade fresh mozzarella and pickled Vidalia spring onion ($11) at Ray’s at Killer Creek

Catch a taste of the sea at Milton's Cuisine & Cocktails in historic Crabapple. Pan-seared arctic char is the spring special with summer squash casserole, baby lettuce, roasted carrot romesco, charred scallion oil and chorizo bread crumbs ($30).

Grab lunch at Atkins Park Virginia-Highland, Atlanta’s oldest continually licensed tavern, for their ahi tuna salad with red onion, cucumber, mixed field greens and honey-lemon cream dressing ($12)

Sail over to Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar at The Avenue East Cobb. Yellowfin tuna poke ($12) is the dish of choice with avocado, spicy radish and plantains



05/20/2016 03:53

Everything looks so well planned, and I think it is going to be a very good dinner. The program outline is even exceptional. I can see the cost of the dinner way under the menu and that is very cute. $48 for all that is good. I can tell the environment will be very cool. I love the coming together of people to share food.

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