This place has a great atmosphere (I felt like I was in some hotspot in NYC), plenty of space and fabulous sushi and cocktails! I live a block away and walk over from my place, but there seems to be plenty of parking (complimentary valet) for out-of-towners. It's a short walk from Ecco, another one of my new Midtown favorites. This area really has come around and it only seems to be getting better.
Give Fune a try. It's a great place to meet up with friends and try new things. Picking sushi off a conveyor belt is so much more fun that ordering it off a menu (which you can do as well). I tried several things I probably never would have ordered off the menu and I'm glad I did.
You may not realize that all proceeds from Taste of the Highlands go to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. It's run by volunteers - not paid employees - and is one of the best "tasting events" in the city. The price of admission ($50) gets you all the food and drink you want (no taste tickets needed). There are plenty of neighborhood restaurants participating: Murphy's, Fontaine's, Highland Tap, Atkins Park, Genki, Goin' Coastal, Alon's, DBA Barbecue, Mali, Doc Chey's, Osteria 832, American Roadhouse, Rosebud, Family Dog, Pozole, Woody's and all the Fifth Group restaurants (including VH restaurants La Tavola and El Taco) The vast majority are in "The Highlands", which includes Virginia-Highland and Poncey Highland. I think it's actually a great mix of restaurants.
Sounds neut-ricious! (and I'm done!)
I hate to imagine what was in the sauce...
Wow, that takes balls!
Sarah, Lindsey, Bev (an all chick finale)
You suggested a calzone from Antico Pizza Napoletana? Seriously? They have the best pizza in the city (maybe in the South) and you suggest a calzone... Seriously?
Dale, Carla & Antonia
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