We stopped in the Savannah area twice during our most recent trip to south Georgia. On the way down, we drove out to an open-air patio on one of the islands.
I was invited to try the second Atlanta-area location for this chain from Texas, and learned that it is a very silly and playful restaurant with really good, fresh food.
Recently, I advised a fellow barbecue writer from another town against a meal at this popular and excellent establishment. Was that the right thing to do? It’s complicated.
The portion sizes here are beyond confusing, but if you’re in the mood for a tasty vegetarian meal, this venerable place has some really nice dishes to sample.
This locally-based chain is making plans to grow again. We were invited to sample some of their new menu items at the store in Buckhead that now serves as their test kitchen.
From the fun story of how the couple who own this place met to the last drop of peach lemonade, I thoroughly enjoyed this new, easy-to-miss business on South Cobb Drive.
Time travel all through the history of Buford Highway in this story about a great little family restaurant, in which I also remember a local chain with a presence on this street that failed and vanished before we began blogging.
A place that I thought was quite original turns out to be the only local outpost of a small chain, but it’s still very good, and has a fine little soda selection as well!
The lasagna at this popular midtown restaurant is so good, Marie said, that it will remind you why you keep ordering it all the time, hoping for the best. Apparently, my tendency toward hyperbole is rubbing off on her!
Four our 600th Atlanta restaurant, we visited the oldest continually-operating one in town.
Looking for barbecue on the Fourth of July, I visited a fairly new place on Candler Road and found some excellent Brunswick stew.
Here’s a return visit to one of my favorite taquerias on Buford Highway, and a fine place to watch a World Cup match.
This fast-growing chain from Ohio has opened its first Atlanta-area store, and it’s the only place that I’ve ever heard of that offers a Cincinnati specialty called goetta in this town. What’s goetta, you may ask? Read on!
Here’s a short, and probably overdue, look at the second location for one of my favorite barbecue restaurants in the city. Also: the tragedy of missing out on one of the best appetizers around.