Buckhead is a very popular neighborhood to open a barbecue restaurant these days! This is where the second location of this popular joint has set up shop. Something about one of the sides aggravated me, but I otherwise had a great meal here and look forward to coming back.
After four decades, this small chain’s reputation as the best place in town to get a New York bagel is as solid as it gets, but they’re still experimenting and looking for new menu items, We joined several fellow bloggers at their flagship store to try some classics and specials and see how they make their bagels.
Smyrna’s oldest still-active restaurant opened in 1968 and is a family favorite, but what’s this? There’s been a change on the menu that my late father would not have appreciated at all. Things get a little silly in today’s chapter, friends, but that’s the way we are sometimes.
One thousand chapters! That’s worth spending a few dollars more than our usual skinflint budget on a nice farm-to-table meal, isn’t it? To celebrate, we had a really nice dinner at this very good restaurant on the square downtown.
This locally-based chain has a new look, new attitude, and a great new special. We stopped by their latest location on its opening day to give the refurbished menu a try.
It’s possible that many musicians have opened restaurants and bars in the Classic City, but we doubt that any of them have a sandwich as good as the chicken-and-waffle concoction here.
We stumbled upon a no-frills carry-out place in a crumbling shopping center that keeps very busy with carry-out orders in the evening. Marie, who enjoys Jamaican cooking more than I do, left very pleased with the find.
Happy anniversary to us! For the last of our celebrations, we visited one of Marietta’s best-kept secrets, a tiny French restaurant that a reader recommended.
It’s a very silly store with a very serious mission, and this combination tea shop and used bookstore is helping improve some lives half a world away.
We celebrated the fifth year of gettin’ hitched by visiting three new-to-us restaurants. First up, lunch in Decatur at a place that welcomes omnivores and vegans alike and serves some pretty good barbecue.
When Marie’s mother was last in town, she marveled at how we’ll drive as far for supper as we’ll sometimes do. But this place is the best example of destination dining around. It’s Atlanta’s best pizza.
Once, this Buckhead joint was a sister restaurant to Marietta’s Rib Ranch. These days, they’re more like distant cousins. We visited with friends for what turned out to be a superb meal.
Gary Lin has opened a second location of this neat concept, which attempts to mix Chinese flavors with sustainability and healthy portions without the many decades of expectations for Chinese food in America.
We were invited to visit this locally-based chain to sample their “Red, White, and Brews” menu as they’re celebrating their tenth anniversary, and found some really tasty things from both the specials and the regular menu.