Atlanta Restaurant Reviews
What’s more American than baseball and BBQ? Next question: what the oldest baseball stadium in the US? If you said Wrigley, you’re wrong. Its actually Rickwood Field in Birmingham, Alabama. A museum the rest of the year, they play one game a year and we had tickets. I touched base
We have to admit, being a food critic is fun. But an evening at Palookaville Fine Foods made us remember just how much fun a simple meal could be. We eat at more than our share of fancy in-town places and Palookaville Fine Foods is just a casual eatery. But,
If you’re a foodie TV junky, you’ve probably seen BBQ Pitmasters and Myron Mixon. I cannot tell you how excited we were to battle Friday night traffic on a holiday weekend to make it to Jack’s Old South BBQ before they ran out of food. Driving like madmen, we finally
It’s no secret that Melanie and I absolutely love great BBQ and nowhere but Atlanta can you find some of the best restaurants for some awesome barbecue. As members of the Kansas City Barbecue Society, we’re used to all varieties of great BBQ and we need to come off the
Nothing is more Southern than brunch in Atlanta and we love to indulge at Atlanta’s MUST EAT dining locations to enjoy a fantastic selection of breakfast items. This list has taken years to cultivate and covers Metro Atlanta and beyond to give you a wide selection of cuisine no matter
I was pretty excited about going to 2 Dog Café. It’d been since 2010 [Read the 2 Dog review from 2010] since we were there last. In six years, not much had changed. When we arrived we were seated right away and they had a good crowd throughout the evening.