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?
They’re living fast and eating well in the Classic City. One of our favorite Atlanta burger joints has opened its third store here.
I got to enjoy a little picnic from a carry-out-only joint whose building has a long history, and whose stew is a little unlike anybody else’s.
Our blog has changed a lot since I wrote our first story about this terrific place in Oglethorpe County, but this restaurant remains one of our favorites.
Perhaps this small restaurant isn’t going to knock out guests with anything too odd or unusual, but that’s okay. Sometimes, it’s nice to enjoy some comfort food.
This chain from North Carolina opened three locations in the area last month. We came before the crowds, because the parking situation at this store is eye-poppingly bad.
We were invited to check out the latest menu at this slowly growing chain and learned that they don’t have a simple A- and B-menu. Every winter is a little different here.
This celebrated chain opened its first Atlanta location. My family took me here for a birthday treat.
We’ve heard that this nice place to get crêpes and to drink your way though a hundred-bottle beer list will be opening a location in Atlanta, so we visited the original store. That and Marie really likes crêpes, that, too.
Marie and I crave different things from this simple college fast food joint, but when the mood strikes, it’s darn near impossible to ignore it.
Graduate Hotels has opened a nice, new facility in the Classic City, and, in the lobby, there’s a place to get pastries and some of the best hot chocolate in town.
One of our favorite food trucks now has a storefront location! If you live in north Fulton, you’ve just got to check out this place.
I’m not as wild about this place as I was in its heyday, but it’s still pretty good. If I were boating on Lake Lanier, I’d probably eat here all the time.