Atlanta Restaurant Reviews
I’d been hearing rumors around the office about Rumi’s Kitchen for months now. When I mentioned this casually to my friend and Atlanta foodie Twitter celebrity @sashaeats at our dinner at The Mercury in February, he confirmed that I had to check it out. We decided to go together, but
The restaurant business is where the American dream thrives. Through a lot of hard work, dedication to the craft, and a consistent attitude of excellence; chefs like Mikiel Arnold of The Freakin Incan find success. Trust me when I tell you, this guy is going places. Literally. Because The Freakin Incan
Every once in awhile, I find myself shaking my head. Why, oh why, has it taken me so long to try a restaurant so close? I can tell you, graft: is a farm-to-table restaurant that I enjoy being nearby, but I would drive any distance to dine there. It’s that
If you’re looking for a great place for your Cinco de Mayo celebration, you might want to check out Red Pepper Taqueria. We had lunch there and it was a blast! I hear they are going to have a real party with live music and they’re pulling out all the
Sweet Auburn Barbecue fits like a glove from the moment you walk in. There’s a really cool vibe of a neighborhood restaurant that’s coupled with a rocking beat of hipster music providing a contrast that hits home with us. For early on a Sunday evening, we were surprised at the crowd.
I had an errand to run during lunch, so Angel and I ended up near Sandy Springs. We decided to pop into Cibo e Beve for lunch. Chef Linda Harrell is the Executive Chef for Cibo e Beve and she’s got an impressive back story. She received her culinary training working