Atlanta Restaurant Reviews
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.
Ever since Angel joined the Atlanta Food Critic team, he’s been talking about Versace’s Dominican Restaurant. Although Angel is from Puerto Rico, his wife is Dominican and the Caribbean islands have much in common culturally when it comes to food. Angel tells me that Versace’s is as close to home
It’s that time of year when Atlantans crave a restaurant where they can get a great meal outside, enjoying this beautiful weather before summer drive us all indoors seeking relief from the heat and humidity. Melanie and I have gone through our reviews from the past year to share with our readers
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