Welcome to Buckhead
Atlanta’s uptown crown jewel
Buckhead, Georgia: where Southern hospitality meets unparalleled chic. Buckhead is an upscale community in Georgia, with gorgeous residential streets and luxury boutiques. It’s known for its extravagant shopping and dining opportunities, as well as the area’s historic charisma. Founded by local farmer Henry Irby in 1838, the uptown community has maintained a distinguished reputation even when annexed to the city of Atlanta in 1952. Today, you’ll find an array of architecturally diverse million-dollar mansions designed by some of the nation’s most sought-after architects alongside luxurious condominiums with lavish amenities.
What to Love
- Upscale shopping and dining
- Sophisticated neighborhood with affluent amenities
- Stunning stately homesteads
People & Lifestyle
Buckhead is nothing if not elite. The top echelon of society calls this prestigious community home, and it’s an ideal place for young people seeking trends and families seeking contemporary comforts.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Buckhead is in a league of its own when it comes to shopping and dining. Buckhead Village
touts an inclusive collection of luxury retailers, and you won’t have to search far to find somewhere to stop for supper. For some of the finest steak in Georgia, look no further than Hal’s The Steakhouse
or Bone’s Restaurant
. A more casual yet still upscale Italian option is La Gotta. Fine French dining comes in a variety of dishes at Le Bilboquet
, while top-tier sushi at Umi is anything but “regular.” For a quick bite to eat on-the-run, try Henri’s Bakery & Deli
—a window-lined institution with an elevated menu of deli favorites.
Things to Do
Buckhead is home to numerous outstanding academic facilities. Top education opportunities include:
- Sarah Smith Elementary School
- Morris Brandon Elementary School
- Sutton Middle School
- Pace Academy
- The Westminster School
- The Lovett School