I've been twice for dinner and enjoyed it both times. The space is bright and inviting and I love being able to get delicious matzoh ball soup all the time (its freshness is a treat--unlike my box variety or the taste of the soup at other local places). Even better, I get a version of my old Bocado burger for dinner! My husband loved the pastrami and the reuben. Looking forward to trying it for brunch. I also enjoy watching the glassed in kitchen from the vantage point of the bar. I'm already planning on taking out of town guests to enjoy as well.
Las Brasas told me they get their chicken from Your Dekalb Farmer's Market so it should be Bell & Evans--thus, hormone-free.
Enjoy eating at Kiri--I get the "make your own" bibimbap. I fill it with fresh healthy veggies (sauteed spinach, lightly steamed broccoli, marinated cukes) and I have found the chicken to be lean and tasty. I don't even add the sauces provided. It may not be authentic (I wouldn't know), but it is an inexpensive fresh and healthy meal--something I find hard to come by in Atlanta. Miso soup comes with the bibimpap for now. Pair with their green tea for a nice warming winter meal.
The pie factory near Dekalb Ave!
Just picked some up at Decatur Farmer's Market--gonna grill 'em tonight!
Radial Cafe has been making red velvet pancakes for years (most recently a vegan version). They are a rotating special. . . .
Love the idea of gifting a casserole. Like bringing food to families needing support but with my cooking, didn't want to make them sicker!
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