Buford Highway Week concludes with a welcome return to a business that originally opened almost forty years ago.
Buford Highway Week continues with a meal at one of our favorite restaurants that sparks a memory of a meal that I had twenty years ago at a long-closed Chinese restaurant in another city.
Buford Highway Week continues with the city’s first Bangladeshi restaurant. I visited twice and found it disappointingly mild and bland, but it certainly has fans and supporters.
Buford Highway Week continues with another trip to one of our city’s most popular Vietnamese restaurants, one that we’ve visited several times and always enjoyed.
It’s Buford Highway Week at Marie, Let’s Eat!, with five chapters looking at some fun restaurants to visit on Atlanta dining’s most celebrated corridor.
Grab a two-liter bottle of Inca Kola and join the crowds of families at this popular Saturday night spot on Buford Highway for some really good roasted chicken.
Long ago, we established that Marie doesn’t care for Indian food. Is it possible that Bangladeshi food is different enough for her?
I met friends for lunch at this newly-opened Indian restaurant for a lunch buffet that’s surely one of the best deals in the city right now. It’s very good food for a delightfully low $5.99, and right next door to one of the Atlanta area’s best grocery stores.
Among the newer restaurants to open on Buford Highway, this place has received lots more hype and foodie attention than many on this corridor. We met some friends here for a long wait and a pretty good meal.
I met some old friends for lunch on the northern end of Buford Highway, enjoying some good chopped pork while surrounded by playful, religious-themed folk art.
Thrillist believes that this is one of Atlanta’s best, ahem, “shackstraunts.” On weekend afternoons, it’s a good place to enjoy a big bowl of menudo or ice cream and watch the soccer results show… if you can find a seat.
We visited seven restaurants over Labor Day weekend, visiting with friends from out of town at one festival and giving out brochures and shaking hands at another. Here’s the whole weekend in one chapter.
Here I go with another very silly complaint. You ever have one of those meals when you get some friends together because you want to try a dish you’ve heard about, and it turns out that yours is the least appealing of all that are ordered?
Time travel all through the history of Buford Highway in this story about a great little family restaurant, in which I also remember a local chain with a presence on this street that failed and vanished before we began blogging.