Dine on Italian chicken, pasta, paninis, authentic Neapolitan pizza and sip a glass of limoncello, all in Atlanta’s Little Italy.
Atlanta may not have several distinct ethnic neighborhoods, but it does have this section of town that the owner called Little Italy for his Italian restaurants clustered there.
Giovanni Di Palma, a native of Naples, opened Antico Pizza in 2009 in an old building on Atlanta’s Westside. It quickly became a favorite for A-listers filming in town. Antico was followed by Gio’s Chicken, Bar Amalfi (open seasonally) and Caffe Antico, all housed within a few feet of each other.
– Jan Schroder, Editor in chief