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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED 1848 House Restaurant Review: Perhaps no other restaurant in Atlanta epitomizes the Southern charm and grandeur that is associated with the areas rich history. This Greek Revival plantation home is surrounded by magnolias and majestic oak trees and filled with period furniture and artwork. Gone With the Wind author Margaret Mitchell might have envisioned Scarlett and Rhett holding hands over a cordial in one of the 10 romantic dining rooms. In the kitchen, chef Thomas McEachern and owner Bill Dunaway have made it their personal goal to advance creative interpretations of Southern cuisine. Look for seasonal variations of mountain trout and rock shrimp cakes, as well as a wide array of game, fish and fowl. Looking for a place to host a truly memorable party? The fully restored original stone kitchen, with its large cooking fireplace and historical utensils, may be the perfect place.