They’re living fast and eating well in the Classic City. One of our favorite Atlanta burger joints has opened its third store here.
I got to enjoy a little picnic from a carry-out-only joint whose building has a long history, and whose stew is a little unlike anybody else’s.
Our blog has changed a lot since I wrote our first story about this terrific place in Oglethorpe County, but this restaurant remains one of our favorites.
We’ve heard that this nice place to get crêpes and to drink your way though a hundred-bottle beer list will be opening a location in Atlanta, so we visited the original store. That and Marie really likes crêpes, that, too.
Marie and I crave different things from this simple college fast food joint, but when the mood strikes, it’s darn near impossible to ignore it.
Graduate Hotels has opened a nice, new facility in the Classic City, and, in the lobby, there’s a place to get pastries and some of the best hot chocolate in town.
It’s been nearly six years since my favorite restaurant in the world went away. Here’s a eulogy for this wonderful Athens landmark that was written when this very special place closed its doors in early 2009.
On a recent trip to Athens, Marie was surprised to find a new restaurant chain based in Charleston occupying the space previously home to a different chain based in Charleston.
It’s possible that many musicians have opened restaurants and bars in the Classic City, but we doubt that any of them have a sandwich as good as the chicken-and-waffle concoction here.
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.
This restaurant is an icon, y’all. Sometimes the prices seem a little high, and sometimes Dexter’s in a grouchy mood, but everybody on the planet should have lunch here at least once.
I had hoped to sample one new barbecue place on our trip, but we had to wait until we were back in the Peach State to try one. Here’s a recently-opened joint that serves one of our favorite northeast Georgia specialties, and, unlike many places we wanted to stop on this trip, is open for sensible Saturday dinner hours.