Indian restaurant serving buffet daily, for lunch and dinner. Great selection of desserts.
Formerly known as Club Santa Fe, this Latino nightclub is housed inside the Santa Fe Shopping Center.
You can order chili ($1.49). Chicken wings, too (10 for $4.95). Even a hamburger ($2.75) or a BLT ($1.75). Or the fried catfish specials ($4.99 with two sides). The real surprise: The pork barbecue isn't the best thing here -- the beef barbecue is. Its flavor is deep and dense, with a hauntingly smoky sweetness that lingers in the mouth. A twinge of this quality is present in the Brunswick stew, too, with its chunks of potato and tomato and kernels of corn. The barbecue chicken sandwich is better than any other I've ever had.
A ski lodge in Duluth may seem like the least likely place to find some great dim sum, but appearances are deceiving. With pork siu mai dumplings, silken tofu drizzled with a tangy ginger sauce and somewhere around 170 more exotic offerings, East Pearl will satisfy the dim sum lover every time.
Falling in love again with an old favorite restaurant is a beautiful thing. The spark reignited with uni nigiri topped with a raw quail egg, which melted on the tongue like an oceanic creamsicle. Japanese fried chicken arrives on a staggeringly large platter. Bronzed nuggets of chicken have no trace of oiliness, and the marinade imparts slight undertones of soy. Pristine slices of sashimi were soft, with a touch of resistance, and more protein than water. You can order à la carte, but the assortment platter presents a bounty of surprisingly affordable and beautiful seafood. The decor is minimal, but the space always feels like home.
A thoroughly snazzy little restaurant overlooking the Atlanta Thrashers sheet of practice ice at the IceForum in Duluth. Three-cheese ravioli, grilled salmon, filet mignon, an excellent crab and salmon chowder, and the restaurant's signature dish: crispy sweet and sour calamari, "soy and ginger reduction topped with sesame seeds." This was not hockey-puck cuisine. Even if you haven't the slightest interest in ice -- except in a drink -- you should try this place.
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The Arena at Gwinnett Center stands at the heart of an 80-acre lakefront campus designed to host various events such as concerts, performances, meetings, trade shows, conventions, and more. The 13,000-seat arena has featured everything from NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships, to performances by Lady Gaga, Nine Inch Nails, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Michael Bublé, and others.
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