If anybody were to suggest that anything was worth trying at this small, Japanese-themed chain from Alabama, you wouldn’t expect it to be the burgers and onion rings, but that’s exactly what happened.
To celebrate Chinese New Year, our friends at this growing chain have some new menu items steeped in American-Chinese restaurant tradition, but made to order with much fresher ingredients and lots of care and attention.
I’m definitely going to be eating more vegetables from now on. I’m dropping meat from my diet at certain places and going with either tofu or mixed vegetables. Places like this reaffirm that I’m doing the right thing.
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.
One indecisive Saturday recently, I remembered that a barbecue place opened last year not too far away…
I’ve mentioned Steverino’s in this blog several times over the years. It was a favorite of mine when I lived in Athens, and I knew that it had been reincarnated in Gwinnett County, but I resisted the temptation to visit, fearing it would not be the same. It’s not. The Addams Family pinball game is gone, for starters…
This place on Candler Road seems to be one of the oldest barbecue restaurants in the Atlanta area, and possibly also the one that’s been written about the least.
Marie and I enjoyed a date night at this celebrated joint in Little Five Points. It’s got an eye-poppingly long beer menu with something for everybody, and the food is pretty wonderful, too.
Our initial visit to this successful place on Sandtown Road ended up kickstarting my curiosity about the Shrimp Boats chain. I came back to enjoy more good chicken and take better photos of the place, which has grown and recently added a second location in Lithia Springs.
Long ago, we established that Marie doesn’t care for Indian food. Is it possible that Bangladeshi food is different enough for her?
This chain from Florida has six locations around the Atlanta suburbs. We joined a group of bloggers – and a long line of hungry guests – to try their new breakfast specials.
This fairly new restaurant in Kirkwood had several things on the menu that sounded interesting, but the turkey ribs really caught our eye. And you thought turkeys didn’t have ribs, didn’t you?
I don’t remember who told me that the Sunday brunch at Guston’s Grille was really good, but whomever passed the news along missed out on a rather critical fact: the chili is even better.
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.