What can I say, I love the Big Apple Inn! I can’t get enough of the smokes (for lunch) and the egg, cheese and sausage sandwiches (for breakfast). I tried the ears a few times, but the consistency got me the last time. And somehow I always manage to forget about the tamales. I need to order more tamales!
Acknowledged as soon as I came in. The guy at the register was great, explained the menu in detail. He explained how I can save. I got the Shack Tastic platter, and it was off the hook**** Made to order. shrimp was cooked a little too much but either way it was great. I got it spicy and it was really nice and hot like I like it.
Every few months, I find myself at King Plow for labs and such, and with only an hour for lunch, I have to go somewhere nearby. By noon, my belly is usually full of lots and lots of good coffee, my metabolism is through the roof, I’m jittery, and desperate for food. I usually default to Yeah Burger, because it’s delicious and close (though a little pricey for a quick lunch), but a friend recommended Curly’s, so I decided to check it out.
I always like to nibble on a little something when drinking my boozey martinis and think their small plates are perfect—especially the ‘in jars’!! the bartenders are knowledgeable and always provide great recommendations for dranks!
Went here while visiting a friend, he said it was the place to go for ribs and he was definitley right! We went on a friday night around 8pm, it was busy on the inside. All the tables were full and there was live music. I ordered a half rack of ribs with mac & cheese and baked beans. I also decided I had to try the pecan pie.
I actually get their regular “Frank” with nothing more than ketchup, mustard and onion and it is incredible! I can’t resist their corn dogs either, they’re the best I’ve ever had. Their waffle fries are good and served with a sauce I’ve been told is phenomenal although I’m not much for sauce on my fries.
THE BURGER!!!! That’s all you need to know about Holeman & Finch. My friends and I showed up on a cold Sunday for brunch after a night of partying. One of my friends raved about the food here. So I had to of course come here and see for myself.
Do yourself a favor and pick up some pastries at one of the Farmer’s Markets where The Little Tart is a regular vendor, or visit their bricks-n-mortar location in Grant Park.
Came here for the first time for dinner with a big group from work. It wasn’t crowded when we got there but it was pretty full by the end of the night, especially for a Tuesday. The bar is located right by the front door so you really can’t help but order a drink. I got the holiday punch but the bartenders are very knowledgeable and will make you anything you ask. It was a little heavy on the ginger, but grew on me.
They DO have an english menu, and had many dishes written in Chinese on the walls. I would be interested in knowing whether everything on the walls is in the English menu.
I was quite impressed with Octopus bar, partly because the environment is a little bit high class and the menu always has something interesting to try.
Welcome to The Porter Beer Bar, Atlanta’s premier beer bar located in the heart of Little 5 Points. With an extensive menu of over 800 beers, there is ample reason for beer lovers to keep coming back! Voted Best Bar Food by Creative Loafing, The Porter Beer Bar offers a variety of excellent beers, and excellent food as well. Rated highly by BeerAdvocate, Draft Magazine, The Porter Beer Bar has earned recognition among beer enthusiasts nationwide.
If your looking for a nice quiet place with beautiful decor this place is not for you…If you’re looking for an unpretentious place to drink and listen to a juke box,this is the place just for you.
This place is perfect at 330PM sunny weekday. It’s pretty awesome even at dusk when the wind kicks up and the sun dips below Twin Peaks. Dress in layers to protect from the elements and to protect from any perceived rudeness. I’ve never had a problem here. It’s perfect to meet up with a group of pals before dinner.
Enrique and Alicia Ramirez first opened the original Senor Fish in 1988 in Highland Park. Senor Fish was the originator of the Mexican fish taco sensation that occurred in the early 1990s strongly due to the numerous food critics that heralded Senor Fish and their menu. It was Enrique’s trips to the Puerto Vallarta beaches where he drew inspiration in creating the fish taco. During these trips, he would witness people grilling fish and seafood on the beach, pair it with tortilla and salsa, and…
Swan Oyster Depot is a food landmark in the city and it’s a surprise that it has taken me this long to try. I liken it to visiting Alcatraz. Tourists from all over line up to try it, but locals tend to stay away. The major hurdle for me has been the line. It took nearly an hour to get three stools at the very end of the long bar.
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I was in town for a friend’s birthday and knew I had to get doughnuts from this joint as her treat. She has tried to go so many times, but keeps missing it. They sell out fast! …or she goes to work late. ;)
Girl & the Goat has been serving fun foods, craft beers, and making wine in a rustic and bad ass environment since summer 2010. The restaurant opens at 4:30 every day, and stays open until 11pm on weeknights and until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays (until those last late night eaters scrape their fork across the plate for the last time, or finish licking their plates until they’re shiny and clean). The Goat’s menu is divided into three categories: Vegetable, Fish, and of…
I was here this past Fall and after a few days of hitting it hard at the bars, we wanted something a little more easy going.