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Rumi’s Kitchen Reviewed

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] I travel OTP (outside the perimeter) about as often as I drink vodka, which only happens when somebody tricks me into it.  That happened recently when my father tricked me into going OTP for my brother’s birthday dinner at Rumi’s Kitchen on Roswell Road.  This go-to restaurant for Atlanta’s

Better Half Restaurant Review

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Since readers of this Blog are attuned to the comings and goings of our local chefs, I won’t bore you with the history of this restaurant. Located in a storefront at the intersection of 14th and State Streets in the Georgia Tech area, it is in the same building

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Fontaine’s Oyster Bar

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Fontaine’s Oyster Bar Atmosphere I’ve always liked the atmosphere inside Fontaine’s Oyster Bar as it reminds me of an old-timey beach bar where sailors might hang out. Of course sailors don’t hang out there, as far as I am aware, but they do serve up some delicious seafood, and

Two Urban Licks Calamari
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Two Urban Licks

Two Urban Licks Atmosphere: Two Urban Licks is my go to “fancy” restaurant for many reasons. For starters, half the kitchen is in the middle of the restaurant where all sorts of delicious meats are being roasted over the fire.  The smell of cooking meat over the open fire, combined

la parilla beef tacos
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La Parilla

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] La Parilla Atmosphere: La Parilla is the Mexican destination for the Toco Hills area near Decatur.  The other top Mexican spot near Toco Hills is Los Loros, but I haven’t been there for a while since they were renovating.  Eating Mexican food while people do construction around you is

Pulled Pork Sandwich with Fries from Wrecking Bar
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The Wrecking Bar

Background: The Wrecking Bar is located on the outskirts of little five points, right before the Edgewood Shopping Center, in a white house.  The building was abandoned for years, and I always thought it would be a great place to put a night club, but the Wrecking Bar has done

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Community Q BBQ

I’ve been hearing some major things about Community Q BBQ so when my friend asked which BBQ place I wanted to go to I suggested we try Community Q BBQ.  It’s always hard to pass up Fox Bros BBQ but I figure as a food blogger its my responsibility to

Home Grown Comfy Chicken Biscuit
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Home Grown

Background: Although Home Grown may have the worst website ever created, they have some of the best breakfast items in Atlanta.  I really couldn’t find much information on the restaurant, so what I am about to say is mostly hearsay.  With that said, Home Grown has quickly become one of

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Thumbs Up Diner

Background: I’ve lived in Atlanta for the better part of 26 years, and Thumbs Up Diner was never a “go-to” spot for me until recently.  I had actually never been to Thumbs Up Diner until about two months ago. The fact that they are cash only may have had something

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Harry and Sons

Background: Harry and Sons is located right near Atkins Park in Virginia Highlands.  Harry and Sons not only serves great Thai Food, but delicious sushi as well. Whether you sit at the bar to enjoy the full martini menu, or the sushi bar to watch the Master Chef’s at work,

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Sobban – Korean Southern Diner Review

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] My friend Lew and I decided to try Sobban, Korean Southern Diner, since it has been getting rave reviews.  This sibling to the fabulous Heirloom Market BBQ, is crammed into the old, abandoned Arby’s on Clairmont Road, just north of the VA Hospital. From the start, the experience was

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Folk Art

Atmosphere: As you may or may not know, Wisteria is one of my favorite restaurants in Atlanta.  When I heard that the owner and chef Jason Hill had opened Folk Art just a couple doors down, I knew I had to go.  I heard mixed reviews, which cultivated my anticipation