Lunching with my daughter is never predictable, but it’s nice to see her discover something better than the dull places that she enjoys.
Buford Highway Week concludes with a welcome return to a business that originally opened almost forty years ago.
Buford Highway Week continues with a meal at one of our favorite restaurants that sparks a memory of a meal that I had twenty years ago at a long-closed Chinese restaurant in another city.
Buford Highway Week continues with the city’s first Bangladeshi restaurant. I visited twice and found it disappointingly mild and bland, but it certainly has fans and supporters.
Buford Highway Week continues with another trip to one of our city’s most popular Vietnamese restaurants, one that we’ve visited several times and always enjoyed.
It’s Buford Highway Week at Marie, Let’s Eat!, with five chapters looking at some fun restaurants to visit on Atlanta dining’s most celebrated corridor.
A forty-year search for a particular dessert came to a satisfactory conclusion this summer. Other good meals were enjoyed on the patio of this very popular French restaurant.
This wasn’t the dinner we planned for, but for a spur-of-the moment choice, the middle eastern fare at this recent arrival to the downtown square pleased everybody.
I’ve had lunch at Ron Eyester’s place in Atlantic Station twice and enjoyed both visits. If classic comfort food’s what you need, it’s not a bad option at all.
We’ve been patiently waiting for many weeks for this place to open. Last month, Marie and a friend spent several hours playing games in what’s likely to be the first of several trips to this unique restaurant.
We recently joined several other writers to check out Parish again, to see how this popular Inman Park restaurant is doing with a new executive chef in charge.
You know that we must have eaten very well on this trip when the best meal of the day came from a place that did not serve barbecue. Now in its second location, this incredibly popular place serves nicely-priced and incredibly flavorful cajun meals.
Columbus and Phenix City, and west and south over to Auburn and Eufaula, make and serve barbecue unlike anyplace else in the country. This restaurant offers a pretty classic version of that flavor.
We were very much overdue for a trip to Columbus, and when our friends from Spatialdrift suggested that we take a road trip somewhere or other, Columbus, the state’s second-largest city, was the idea we eventually settled on. So one day last month, with the temperature in the low nineties and humidity at what felt …