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
Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar is certainly of the most anticipated new restaurants openings of the year, and for good reason. When Chefs Brandon Keenan and Doug Turbush, of Seed [Read our review of Seed, Jan 15 2016], announced their intention to open another restaurant in fashionable East Cobb,
We’re working hard trying to visit restaurants on our list of 20 Best Atlanta Restaurants to Visit in 2016 and our regular readers know how much Melanie and I enjoy Sunday Brunch. Well, we’d been hearing that Seed Kitchen & Bar does an awesome brunch so we headed up Riverside Drive just north of I-285.
It was a rainy, drizzly Saturday night when we arrived at Common Quarter in East Cobb, Marietta. We were referred to this restaurant by Jason Dominy, one of our new foodie friends whom I met first at the #ACFBTweetUp and then we saw again at Taste of Atlanta’s Bucket List