In Grazing, Cliff took advantage of Midtown Restaurant Week, visiting Serpas and Ecco.
In Grazing, Cliff takes a first look at Madras Woodlands in the former Madras Chettinaad location. He also gives us a sneak peek at Empire State South, where he ate lunch last week.
In Grazing, Cliff visits 5th Street Cafe, the new venture from Hawks player Zaza Pachulia, in the former Eno location.
This week in reviews:
Besha Rodell visits Panita Thai Kitchen, an adventurous bungalow of a restaurant that "channels another place, another feel, another country entirely." Spicy, flavorful, authentic Thai dishes served in fruit bowls (like in the photo) are unlike anywhere else in the city.
Cliff Bostock is Goin' Coastal over fresh seafood, like stellar oysters on the half shell, from sustainable sources. The restaurant also has an array of Southern side dishes and pecan pie so good you'll want to order it twice.
(Photo by Jennifer Zyman)
This week in reviews:
Besha Rodell compares Atlanta's dining scene to an Australian children's book and visits Rathbun's, finding that it still defines Atlanta's restaurant scene and we should be proud of it for doing so. She recommends the Jonah crab tart, rib-eye steak and other wise choices on an enormous menu.
Cliff Bostock has a first look at Farmstead 303 in "pedestrian-friendly Hooterville" Decatur. His favorite dish is the one pictured above, which is the most expensive one on offer, but he also notes the presence of other, wallet-friendlier items on the menu.
This week, Creative Loafing's much-awaited Music Issue hits the streets. We're all excited to see what will be in it. One thing that will not be in it, though? Food reviews. (The Music Issue takes up the entire issue.) So, reviews will be back next week! Stay tuned (pardon the pun) to Omnivore this week though for the food blogging coverage you crave.
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