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.
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.
Don’t mind the silly spelling! The burgers are very good and the wingz are a whole lot better than any of their competitors at this no-frills place on Whitlock.
We enjoyed two nights’ worth of meals from this carry-out place with four locations around town. Everything was satisfying, but one dish was really amazing.
The secret weapon at this new downtown restaurant is right there in the name. They’ve got two great big smokers from a Texas outfit, which are rarely seen in this market, and a forest of wood to fill them.
This seven year-old Vietnamese restaurant in middle Georgia prepares meals that are every bit as good as what we’ve sampled in Atlanta, with the added bonus of some incredibly adorable children and their playroom.
It’s in pretty bad shape, but we stopped by this former Shrimp Boats in south Georgia anyway to get some pictures of the old place.
This is one of the brightest, happiest, most delightfully oddball places that we’ve visited in our travels, and it’s in the middle of nowhere. So why have at least two actors who’ve played Batman made this trek?
We spent a few days down south for Christmas last year. On the way down, we braved a huge crowd to get some authentic New Jersey-style pizza from an incredibly popular restaurant.
Everybody at this strip mall is dealing with some crazy parking problems. Can’t we all just get along?