We really like Bob - I especially like the GuidoBob! Great addition to the neighborhood!
Oh Gorgeous, cooking is such a strong word. The oysters are cajoled to a succulent plumpness as a wonderful creamy earthiness enshrouds them- a caress from the earth to the sea with a salty kiss of Mother love to finish.
Thanks for all the suggestions!
I wish I was a baller - that way I could attend these often overpriced - under delivered food events in Atlanta.
Poll Walker - hahahaha @ the name.
Oysters Rockefeller is one of the better names in the food world.
But the Gorgeous One only has had them raw - doesn't cooking them spoil the whole fun of oysters?
Come back Bell Street!
Best hidden secret in North Atlanta is the Tin Can Fish House and Oyster bar in City Walk shopping center in Sandy Springs. The Oyster Rockefeller order is cheap and delicious, coupled with a $2 beer, you cant lose.
Persians make the best kabobs.
Bernie's Oyster House on Tybee Island has a raw oyster bucket that is hard to beat! I can't wait to hear all about the results on this post! Thanks- and keep them coming! Great article!
Watershed has great fried chicken and There in Brookhaven has EXCELLENT chicken fried chicken (up there with Colonades). They also have oysters rock on the Sunday brunch menu.
Just had a great Oysters Rockefeller at Gun Show, but obviously there's a limited time on that.
The Mill in Roswell for fried chicken. I'm letting out a secret here.
Whether you have reason or not to be rude, bragging about it afterwards is not cool.
Note just any escargot but specifically en croute?
I like Six Feet Under's Oyster's Rockefeller, also Fontaine's.
Cafe Alsace in Decatur has great escargot.
The best fried chicken in town right now is Friday nights at the General Muir. Second Atmosphere as a recommendation for escargot (and as a totally underrated restaurant in town).
I'm not like a gourmand or anything, but 6 Feet Under had a good Oysters Rockefeller.
Fried chicken at Watershed is amazing, and Escargot at Atmosphere is probably the best I've had in Atlanta.
Creative Loafing Atlanta
Powered by Foundation