Stupidest trend yet.
Am I weird that I see three scallops for $20 and think that's a bargain or is it just because I know what food and labor costs?
What's the matter, Lauren? Is your Google button broken?
What about San Francisco Coffee Roasters, Cool Beans, Rev Coffee Roasters, Batdorf & Bronson's Dancing Goats, Land of 1000 Hills, and Octane Coffee. Pretty sure they all roast their own coffee and have shops in or around the Atlanta area.
Came. Ate. Won't return.
While I love Kevin Rathbun's restaurant, this small plate approach feels like Rip-off City. I don't expect Ruby Tuesday-size dishes, but I do expect the damn entree to be more than three grilled scallops on a veg for nearly $20. (Is that asking too much!?!?)
Also, I would love a simple explanation of what the f- a trenette is. The menu felt like an Italian vocabulary test.
Haven't Java Vino and Java Lords been roasting onsite for years? How would this be Atlanta's first roastery/coffeeshop hybrid?
I love it!!! The plates are small but you can try lots of diffrent things. 👍👍
Bacon wrapped in bacon,batter dipped and deep fried.
Ham is most likely from Benton's. Same as what Restaurant Eugene
uses. You can order that shit (meant in the best way possible) online.
I've been ordering it for years.
And Midtown's Metrofresh of course!!!
And of course, if you are in the Peachtree City area, my Bakery, Magnolia Manor Sweets is a dedicated kitchen, using organic and locally sourced ingredients. We also bake Dairy free, soy free and egg free if needed and custom bake for individual sensitivities. Cakes, wedding cakes, cookies, pies, crackers, granola, italian bread, sandwich bread, Bialy Bread (YES! I am from NYC TOO!!!), mock "rye" bread, pizza and more...
There is also Good Grub Subs in Alpharetta. Not only do we offer regular subs, we offer a Gluten Free Hoagie made on dedicated equipment to minimize any cross contamination. We have over 20 different GF subs made with Boars Head Deli meats. We also have several Gluten Free Desserts (cookies and milkshakes) and most of our soups are Gluten Free.
The Atlanta Gluten & Allergen Free Wellness Event is on May 5 at Gwinnett Center from 11-5 p.m. The event caters to those who avoid multiple allergens, such as gluten, dairy, soy, nuts, grains, etc. There will be an 'Allergen Free Zone' where all products will be free of nuts. Companies with Kosher/gluten-free products will be there as the event is being held on Sunday.
Admission ($10 per adult, children 13 and under free) to the event includes:
• Product sampling and sales from more than 50 companies
• Free lectures from members of the gluten-free community
• Free cooking demonstrations
• A free bag to tote around samples and purchases
Come experience a day where learning is both fun and delicious!
Check out the website to learn more! http://atlantaglutenfreeexpo.blogspot.com/
also buckhead diner has GF options on the menu
Go Eat Give is organizing a Destination Event on April 25th at Himalayan Spice. We will have food, speaker & entertainment for raising awareness of Nepal. You can also learn about traveling there or doing a volunteer vacation. More info on http://destinationnepal.eventbrite.com
Also, if you want to read more about Nepali food, visit blog www.goeatgive.com
Thanks for the list! There is also Mellow Mushroom in Midtown.
Bacon...generally smells better than it tastes.
There's also Bantam + Biddy, with listed GF items on their regular menu
you forgot Good Karma Coffee House, with a full range of gluten- and dairy-free baked goods (plus coconut milk for your latte). Avondale Estates represent! http://www.goodkarmacoffeehouse.com/
El Taco is another very GF-friendly place - even have a GF beer on the menu. I was very impressed by the staff at El Taco's GF menu knowledge.
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