ONE. Midtown Kitchen put a hidden spin on Atlanta’s dining scene when it opened in 2002 inside an unsuspecting warehouse. So much so, it has inspired a sequel. TWO Urban Licks, which takes the city’s dining to new heights. Diners literally pull their cars into the former Midtown phone factory to valet park, where they’re met with a massive, stainless-steel wine wall and a 14-foot-tall wood-fired rotisserie. Spicy cocktails (try the Creole vodka infusion with plum and yellow tomato, jalapeño, cilantro, cumin seed, and basil) wash down Southern Louisiana native Scott Serpas’ Cajun-bent American comfort food. Dishes like frog legs with blue cheese, and salmon chips with chipotle cream pack a perfect wallop of heat. With a name inspired by The Rolling Stones’ album Forty Licks, finger lickin’ is not only necessary, but encouraged. (404) 522-4622, — Kevin Raub