These two metro Atlanta restaurants made a list of 100 Best Restaurants in America for 2016

Grilled Louisiana andouille sausage with fried chicken, Cajun remoulade, chow-chow, peanuts and celery at Antebellum. (Contributed by Becky Stein)

Grilled Louisiana andouille sausage with fried chicken, Cajun remoulade, chow-chow, peanuts and celery at Antebellum. (Contributed by Becky Stein)

Lots of “best of” restaurant lists are released at the end of every year, leaving food lovers to argue over the worthiness of the restaurants included on the list.

The latest is the “100 Best Restaurants in America for 2016” list released by reservation site OpenTable. The restaurants on the list “are consistently putting out delicious dishes, providing impeccable service, and paying attention to every detail to orchestrate one-of-a-kind dining experiences time and again,” according to a statement on the site.

The eateries were included based on an analysis of 10 million OpenTable user reviews of more 24,000 restaurants across the country.

So what made the cut in Georgia?

Buckhead steakhouse Bones at 3130 Piedmont Rd., was awarded a spot for “providing the finest quality food with an acclaimed wine cellar.” The restaurant also made OpenTable’s list of best steakhouses in the county this year.

Also on the list is Antebellum at 5510 Church St. in Flowery Branch. The spot “a celebration of southern cuisine,” is owned by Nicholas and Alison St.Clair, who recently opened Peyton’s Pie Company in Suwanee.

See the full list here

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