Mary Mac’s is a necessary pit stop if you’re looking for traditional Southern food. Known as “Atlanta’s Dining Room,” this restaurant first opened in 1945 and is beloved by many, from locals to tourists, from plumbers to congressmen and everyone in between. Continue reading
At this point, you’ve no doubt seen the pictures and videos on social media of cream being frozen and manipulated into rolled ice cream before your very eyes. The question is, is the hype real? Continue reading
Lee’s Bakery on Buford Highway serves some of the best bánh mì sandwiches I’ve had in my life. This bakery/restaurant offers authentic and speedy Vietnamese food for a serious bargain. Continue reading
Many believe chicken & waffles to be a Southern thing, but actually, the modern concept of the dish started in Harlem, New York in the 1930’s. The delightful combination of arguably the two best breakfast and dinner foods eventually grew popular and spread around the country, reaching Los Angeles in the 1970’s.
But it’s the 2010’s now, and Atlanta is doing chicken & waffles exceptionally well at Gladys Knight & Ron’s Chicken & Waffles. Continue reading
Another Broken Egg, a chain of restaurants based on the original Broken Egg Café in Louisiana, boasts Southern-New Orleans brunch fusion. Not only are their ingredients “fresh and creative,” their website claims, they’re also very Instagram-worthy.
While I agree that the pop of colors from ingredients like green onions and red peppers against bright ceramic serving vessels yields a picture-perfect photo opp, this restaurant chain offers very little else, falling short in terms of both taste and cost.
The mediocre, poorly executed meals don’t justify the bill, and that’s why Another Broken Egg simply is not worth a visit. Continue reading
For NaanStop’s Buckhead location, being situated just across the street from the Atlanta Tech Village means just one thing: young, inspired individuals looking to grab a quick bite for lunch will inevitably stop in to try their food. Continue reading