Marie and I enjoyed mull and meatloaf during a “pretend date night” at this great restaurant. You see, we pretended that the children were back home in Atlanta…
One of these days, I’ll try something different on the menu of this favorite place, but the burger is so good that I just can’t stop ordering it.
This established catering company opened its first brick and mortar store in the Classic City last year. We visited and marveled at the number of sauces that we could choose.
Over the last couple of months, I had a pair of lunches at one of the area’s most reliable and popular places for barbecue.
Looking for more information about the very spicy mustard sauce that is seen in many of the restaurants in this region, we went back to this forty-five year-old restaurant, and left with a little more information and a very tasty meal.
We recently enjoyed a day trip in Douglas County and visited two restaurants. One of them has been suggested by readers for many years, so I’m glad we finally took the time to try it.
We were invited to visit the only Georgia location of this small chain, which boasts a double-decker patio and some terrific steak.
Marie was invited to sample some of the new seasonal treats and gluten-free varieties at this area favorite. She even brought home some for the rest of us!
We were invited to take another look at this underrated Spanish-influenced restaurant in Buckhead. If you have dismissed this place, you should also give it another try.
It may be fun, and it’s certainly popular, but I was not really impressed by the latest Atlanta restaurant to present its idea of Indian street food.
Linton Hopkins has a couple of restaurants in Ponce City Market, and he’s serving some fabulous fried chicken from one of them.
My son and I drove to Paulding County to try this fifty year-old restaurant again with fresh eyes, but he was more interested in the soft drinks than their chopped pork.
We wanted to pick someplace special for our 700th Atlanta-area restaurant. There are few more special than this.
Sometimes, I’m sorry to say, we make a return trip to a restaurant that we feel needed a little more focus and attention, and we leave a little underwhelmed. That’s what happened to us earlier this month at this venerable meat-and-three.