Just from looking at the shabby restaurant, you'd never know that the unattractive building houses some of the best seafood fare in the area. For only $5, "The Feast" offers a heaping helping of the menu's highlights, including mouth-watering fried fish, chicken tenders, hush puppies, coleslaw and more. Chow down on one of the platter dinners or the homemade sweet potato pie, and don't forget to sample the Louisiana hot sauce and mustard.
Jason Hill and his crew have crafted a solid neighborhood gathering spot with a confident menu that includes sharp Southern touches such as beef tenderloin paired with mac-and-cheese flecked with greenc, and skate wing over grits.
From its obscure location on Chattahoochee, Nuevo Laredo offers home-cooked Mexican food that is as sabroso (delicious) as it is sana (healthy). The food on your plate looks fresh, not as if it's sat under a heat lamp for even a second.