Atlanta Restaurant Reviews
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
I can’t even say Revolution Doughnuts without hearing The Beatles playing Revolution in my head. But, Revolution Doughnuts is changing the world, one doughnut at a time. For starters, the doughnuts are handmade using fresh ingredients. Their website says that you’ll never find “buckets of artificial goop in our kitchen”.
Every once in awhile, we reach into our treasure bag and pull out a restaurant to share with our readers. Today we share a restaurant that has grown near and dear to our hearts, Peachtree Café. We first began a few years ago, eating brunch here after church. Since then
A few weeks ago we reviewed a new restaurant opening, Morningside Kitchen. I told Melanie that this restaurant was from the same team that owned Murphy’s in Virginia-Highlands and we resolved it was time for us to return. We’ve been to Murphy’s several times in between, but our last review