Shocking news, Caped Crusaders! Those arch-fiends behind some of the city’s most popular restaurants have established a new edifice of evil on Peachtree! It will take a brave and the bold team-up of two bloggers to infiltrate their empire and uncover their nasty schemes!
Here’s a short chapter about one of the city’s best-kept secrets, an interstate-friendly traditional taqueria that has some of the best salsas of any restaurant in town.
We set out to stumble across a Chinese restaurant, and we did exactly that. That sort of counts as spontaneous, right?
After we visited the really fun INK in Gainesville, we stopped by a fairly new place in town, where the barbecue is very good, but the chili and one of the desserts are even better.
Sometimes, a little customer service means the difference between a pretty good lunch and a very memorable little experience.
At last, we’ve been introduced to Ethiopian food. Our friends from Spatialdrift helped us navigate the menu and enjoy digging in to some very interesting family-style cooking.
We have found one of my favorite places on Buford Highway, and not just because the hot dogs are so darn strange, either.
On our way back from west Georgia, we stopped at a place that I had heard about quite some time ago but never got around to visiting. (Yeah, I know, so many places to see, so little time…)
I took a little road trip with some friends to the home of the University of West Georgia and spotted quite a few previously unknown-to-me barbecue joints. The furthest away is this place that opened in 1997 in what had been a fast food place, serving very good hickory-smoked meat.
One of our favorite chains invited us to try their latest rotation of the menu. Marie writes about how, once again, she ordered something more awesome than I did.
Sometimes, meals are less memorable for the food, and more for what a difficult spectacle it is to take a baby out to eat when, for some fool reason, there’s no bib packed in the diaper bag.
This quiet little neighborhood spot surprised us simply by being young and new. It feels for all the world like it’s been in business for decades.
A change of pace in today’s entry, in which I say goodbye to the great writer Roger Ebert in a fashion that I hope does him justice.