Stunned to see that no one has reviewed this place yet -- food is amazing, but might actually be surpassed by the customer service & overall welcoming atmosphere, all spearheaded by Kameel himself. Simply extraordinary.
Atlanta's best biscuit!
Best biscuits in town!
'Cause everthing's better in a sandwich.
My favorite spot for freshly-made, quality food to take home - along with a crusty baguette, and a great bottle of inexpensive, wonderful wine from a small vineyard. The Mercantile is all about local producers - their bread is from H&F, ice cream from High Road Craft, dairy & eggs from Southern Swiss Dairies, lettuce from Podponics/Lettuce Buy Local, and on & on. Plus, the food is all chef prepared and delicious, like something I'd make at home, only better. Fish tacos, house baked salmon, rotisserie chicken (Springer Mountain Farms), quinoa salad, steamed veges, are just a few of my favorite things. And they cater. So you don't have to cook, just relax and eat good food with your family and friends.
Sevananda is the only vegetarian/vegan store in town, but don't be shy if you're not a veggie/vegan, there's lots of good stuff to sample and buy anyway.
I really like the Hot Bar on Thursdays as it's African themed and lately they've been doing a lot of Ethiopian foods.
It's in Little 5 Points, already a funky neighborhood, and always makes me feel welcome (I've even seen guys in suits there!) whenever I am shopping for some grub or some incense or herbal allergy formulas. I am going to try to shop more organic this month (as organic already means GMO-free) and see how it goes.
Love this place. The Indian is my favorite!d
I have been there several times for lunch and the food was usually pretty good. Last time I went however I ordered the Asian Salmon Salad and the salmon was extremely overcooked. I have never been back.
CL is a little behind in covering this fantastic little gem. I live in Little 5, and it's totally worth the drive (lots of free parking, well lit in the back). If I lived in the neighborhood, I would be there every day. Great deli, upscale takeout, all at super reasonable prices. The wine dept. rocks. Saturdays they have free cheese and wine tastings after 4pm. Love it!
A hidden gem in Atlanta for lovers of food and drink. Go there!
everything about this gem is amazing-from the health conscious preparation to the overly-indulgent portions to the punctual service, i have never had a bad experience or meal from HB. i will admit sitting outside it my favorite, but the tables (as mentioned above) do go quickly. great place to take otp's or go for a date with friends, you will pretty much enjoy highland bakery every single time.
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I WANTED TO DROP BY AND TOOT MY HORN, I WOULD LIKE TO SAY I HAVE A PRETTY GOOD IDEA OF WHAT QUALITY MIDDLE EASTERN AND OTHER FOODS ARE AND BELIVE WE HAVE SOME OF THE BEST FOOD IN TOWN,WE HAVE BEEN OPEN FOR 4 YEARS AND HAVE TRIED TO EAT AT OTHER MIDDLE EASTERN RESTAURANTS IN TOWN AND HAVE NOT ENJOYED OURSELVES. WE STRIVE TO SERVE THE FRESHEST FOOD POSSIBLE, AND TREAT OUR CUSTOMERS LIKE FAMILY. PLEASE COME ON DOWN AND GIVE US A SHOT, YOU WONT REGRET IT.
The atmosphere was great. But We were disappointed in our steaks. I got a New York strip and the silver skin was still attached with grizzle. This was not a good cut of meet,tuff and had a difficult time sliceing through the steak. Cooked to perfection. My daughter had the filet mignon and it was cooked to perfection but the steak was burnt not charred and the flavor of the steak was bland and had to use a steak knife to cut through the meat,a butter knife could not go threw it.My girlfriend got the prime rib and said she has had better at a O Charlies chain restaurant. I do not know if it was a bad night but we will never come back. The meat is not what it is cracked up to be.
I don't know what the last guy was talking about. On my visit I met Peter (Michael's brother) and he was SUPER friendly. Every person in our group of 10 ordered a different sandwich and I didn't hear one complaint. I think the deli paper is a nice touch. The atmosphere was terrific and I will def. visit again!
The hours for the restaurant are -
Monday 11am - 3pm
Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 9pm
One of the area's BEST neighborhood-type restaurants. By day, the sandwiches are huge and very satisfying. Many of the meats are cooked on the Big Green Egg, right outside the door of the restaurant (which hooks you immediately upon getting out of the car because the smell is so fantastic!). The fries are addictive. At dinnertime, there is a great menu of small plates. Great spot for girlfriends to enjoy a bowl of mussels, some fries and good wines. Now that they are open on Sunday too, it's a really nice place for late afternoon snacks and drinks to round out the weekend.
I enjoyed a sandwich with pear chutney. .It was SOOO delicious, I can't wait to go back! Others should give it a try.. While waiting for my sandwich I enjoyed a tour, taking in all the unique products The Mercantile has to offer.
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