If you’re starving, this more than fits the bill.
Grilled shrimp on sugar cane skewers and fried sweet plantains top a large square of sweet corn cake. We would have preferred significantly less sauce. It’s a bit too sweet coupled […]
The Neon Boneyard Park
The Duck Greets You
And, Neon Art Follows
We will visit again and again. Not just for the neon art. But, also, for the stories…
Every guide spins their own narrative about […]
Sunflower On A Brick Wall
A pleasant boost to start the meal.
Great, chunky ice for the drinks…
Boylan’s Birch Beer…
…And, Dr Brown’s Cel-Ray
A Valentine’s Day Bargain
I can’t think of a single solitary thing more depressing than eating chain restaurant food on Valentine’s Day. Just don’t do it. There are a thousand and one better things you could do. But, no matter what you do, for God’s sake… BE BETTER […]
We can’t let them go broke.
We’re lucky to live in a city with a diverse group of theaters. But, what if they disappear? A few weeks ago, Creative Loafing’s Curt Holman wrote a tragic piece about the playhouses going broke (or near-broke) all around the city. How […]
Can you see the line to the Dali exhibit?
3 Meat Burger
Sirloin, brisket & hanger…. or was it sirloin, brisket & chuck? We can’t remember. It was a nice flavorful burger topped with a huge hunk of powerful blue cheese. But, after […]
Hazy skies and mild weather made for a pleasant walk around Piedmont Park this weekend. Diverse art, a handful of local musicians, demonstrations and festival food were among the festivities. But, even if you didn’t make it out this weekend, you can still check out many of the artists’ websites.
A list of […]
Taste of Chamblee August 29, 2009 11:00am – 9:00pm
Sample food from 25 area restaurants for $1 – $4 Some of the restaurants participating will be:
Pig n Chik BBQ 57th Fighter Group Restaurant Mojo’s Dog House Wild Ginger Thai Restaurant Galla’s Pizzeria Gilly’s Vintage Pizzeria Wan Lai Connections Cafe Chick-fil-a Maison […]