To be honest, this international chain has hit one or two stumbles as they’ve entered the North American market. But, invited to give them a try, we left very impressed with one of their pizzas.
We were invited to try the new limited time offer flavor at this very large chain of chicken wing restaurants. They don’t have very many stores in Georgia, and I’d never heard of them before this year, but we left very impressed with the service at the location serving the nearby college.
A short menu and a stunningly efficient kitchen means that there isn’t a long wait for food at this really popular place next door to Antico. We risked the Saturday evening parking crunch to give it a try.
Here’s a post for anybody who enjoys restaurant architecture and the art of fast food conversions. This crumbling Cobb County corridor is a step back in time to businesses that are not there anymore.
Heck, all that I wanted in downtown Atlanta was a burger and fries. Then I made the mistake of telling Marie that we could get crepes at a new place in the city’s old municipal market.
Here’s a restaurant that has barely changed since high school. We met up with Spatialdrift for some deep menu comfort food at a place that’s been a destination for people curious about Japan for three decades.
I intended to visit a restaurant that opened two years ago, pick up Marie’s mother, and come home quickly. Good thing that I brought three books and Hapeville has more than one place to eat.
This “southern tavern” was not our intended destination, but a long line someplace else brought us here for some of the best fried chicken in the city. Wow.
Two visits to this celebrated restaurant: the first one good enough to bring us back seven days later, the second an utter calamity. What in the world…?
Spoiled for choice on Buford Highway and indecisive, I visit a sandwich shop. We’re very familiar with the other location, on our side of town. How does this one compare?
Heaven only knows how many people have Guthrie’s sauce indelibly stamped all over their memories of Athens. If you want to enjoy it again, however, you have to come all the way back to Atlanta for some.
We got to take a road we’d never taken before in order to visit this newer restaurant north of town. The chicken mull here was the day’s highest point for me.
We were taking the toddler to an excellent play fort, and made quite a huge detour in order to try a new bakery in town. It was absolutely worth the extra miles.
A change of pace in today’s chapter, in which I share some musical history at length in order to set up a story about a wonderful happy memory from my college days.