Lusca, a brief look at Angus Brown’s new Brookwood Hills restaurant, expounding on the style and successes from Octopus BarRead more "Dining Out: Lusca"
Jaleo, Shake Shack, Nando’s, Scuba, U Street Music Hall – my brief attempt at a solo vacationRead more "DC: Dining, and Disco"
I return to New Orleans, LA for two days to enjoy a lot of food at Parkway Tavern and Superior Seafood, and enjoy a bit of musicRead more "One Night In New Orleans"
Taka Sushi and Passion hosted a sake tasting on March 27, 2013. Photos and information about the food and drinks servedRead more "Sake Tasting – March 2013"
Grilled Octopus Appetizer from Valenza in Atlanta’s Brookhaven retail area on Dresden DrRead more "Grilled Octopus @ Valenza"
The pièce de résistance was undeniably the hotate (scallop) special featured above. Additionally I was surprised by the contrasting flavors in the homemade pickle course, showcasing imported pickle selections from Tsukiji Fish MarketRead more "Dining Out: Twelve Courses with Taka"
People have asked that I post up some food related stuff again so here we go. Here’s a summary of the omakase offering from Taka I had Friday evening.Read more "Dining Out: Omakase @ Taka"
It is probably not much of a secret anymore; I have a favorite food truck, and judging by the lines whenever I am there to get my fix, I am not alone.
Tex’s Tacos has quickly come on the Atlanta Food Truck scene separating itself from Yumbii by offering more traditional southwestern offerings including a wonderful pastor taco and what is the most memorable carne asada I’ve had in years.Read more "Dining Out: Tex's Tacos"
Located 1927 Emery Street between Collier Rd / I-75, Howell Mill Food Park lets visitors sample offerings from various Atlanta Food TrucksRead more "Howell Mill Food Park Opening"
I don’t know why I waited so long to try Korean BBQ, and yes I know it’s but a small subset of Korean cuisine, but there is something primal for me about cooking meat over fire and putting it directly into your mouth. There is definitely no shortage of Korean BBQ options in Atlanta, and fortunately they […]Read more "Dining Out: Chung Dam"
This is a review I probably should have done long ago, and for no real good reason I have not been eating here as much as I used to however… I digress. Let us talk a moment about an under-hyped Buckhead mainstay. Located behind Pharr Road on quiet Grandview Ave. Located in a small house with an extensive covered porch, Anis is a quaint location that serves lunch and dinner from a small neighborhood location. Even when busy, it never seems to loud providing a wonderful outdoor dining experience, weather permitting. As with any place. Anis does not have the city’s most diverse and deep menu however I often find this is the trademark of any serious kitchen. Do a handful of dishes and do them extremely well.Read more "Dining Out: Anis Cafe & Bistro"
Woody’s Famous Philadelphia Cheesesteaks, a popular food destination near Atlanta’s Piedmont Park, reviewedRead more "Dining Out: Woody’s Famous Philadelphia Cheesesteaks"
Looking at the posts from other Atlanta-area food bloggers, I can’t pretend to have found this one on my own however, earlier this week to Suwannee to experience the ramen at Umaido, as it was a rainy respite from the oncoming summer. Let me preface this with stating that I am a relative neophyte to ramen, […]Read more "Dining Out: Umaido Ramen"