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 …
Is it possible that Atlanta’s actually transitioning from a pork town to a brisket town?
We were invited to try some of the small plates at this popular restaurant in midtown, which opened a little more than two years ago, including their amusing take on chicken and waffles.
Too often, we have the sad duty of reporting that a good place has closed. We really enjoy it when we get to report that a good place has reopened.
The ladies were planning to enjoy burgers and milkshakes for lunch, but I decided to go against type somewhat and enjoy a nice vegetarian lunch. I should probably do this a lot more often.
This small chain has opened the first Georgia location, on Baxter Street across from the Athens-Clarke County Public Library.
This sixty year-old walk-up window takes “something for everybody” seriously, with three different kinds of fries and a long list of milkshake flavors.
It’s been a neighborhood favorite for more than two decades, and the Caesar Burger at this restaurant has been getting quite a lot of praise and hype lately. The owners invited us in to see what we think about it.
Technically, Nick Poulos retired a few months ago, but he’s said to be working the counter at his family’s restaurant more often than not, and his reputation as a harsh disciplinarian still keeps everybody here on his or her best behavior.
Many of the barbecue restaurants in central Georgia have a traditional and particular style that defines the region. Then along comes this place from south Georgia, with as many seats as every other barbecue joint for thirty miles combined, which does things its own way.
We put off visiting this place on US-17 for far too long. For some of the very best and most affordable shrimp anywhere on Georgia’s coast, this restaurant is a must-visit.
This wasn’t the first place we’ve been to where the staff had a period look, but it was certainly the first place where the customers did as well… or maybe we were just seeing things.