Double Zero Napoletana tempts you with a menu full of delicious fare from Southern Italy's Campania region. Open only for dinner, this restaurant specializes in authentic Neapolitan pizza, but also has a number of other Southern Italian delicacies in store for you. The signature pizza, the Double Zero Napoletana is delightful, as are the Margherita, Garden Pesto and Anatra. If you can get yourself away from the pizzas, you should definitely try the pastas like the chicken carbonara and lobster pappardelle. At the bar than can accommodate 30, you will find some fantastic cocktails to complement your meal.
Fuego Cantina & Grill introduces Mexican joie de vivre to Buford. Head to the lively joint in Mall of Georgia and let Chef Shah fix you with delicious authentic fare. His signature dishes include Tequila Fajitas del Mar, Cielito Lindo Queso Dip and Homemade Flan. The Fuego Cantina Burrito is arguably the largest in town. Gorge regional staples with classic Margaritas at the California-style taverna. The unrefined brick walls and aesthetically-appealing accents exude Latin flair at its charming best.
This quaint and charming steakhouse is one of Atlanta's greatest hidden gems. Located in College Park, near the airport, Simon's Steakhouse and Seafood offers scrumptious hand-cut Angus steaks and fresh seafood. Lighter fare such as salads, soups, and sandwiches are also available. The outside decor is unassuming and rather simple, however once you step inside and taste the cuisine, you're sure to be impressed. Simon's Steak and Seafood provides services for catering and private celebration. Check website for details.
Noodle, located in College Park, is an elevated Pan Asian restaurant which is run by three siblings. Not just your typical noodle house, this restaurant serves an array of popular Asian cuisine including, miso soup, chicken satay, spring rolls, lettuce wraps, fried rice, pho, Mongolian beef, Thai peanut noodles, udon and much more. The retro decor with a 1950s theme adds to the charm of this welcoming restaurant.
The Manchester Arms offers a casual yet sophisticated dining experience that is still perfect for the whole family. The restaurant is full of unique and historic decor, including a naval Union Jack flag that's over a hundred years old and a bar top made from reclaimed box-car wood. The Manchester Arms serves contemporary British Gastro Pub dishes, such as a cold smoked salmon sandwich. Save room for dessert with tempting options such as sticky toffee pudding. You'll also find an impressive selection of British beers and ales.
Located in a historic building, this wonderful restaurant was originally a feed store called J.D. Smith Grain. The restaurant stays true to its roots with upscale southern barn decor along with contemporary furniture. The Feed Store serves modern twists on traditional southern dishes like Coca-Cola Baked Beans and the BBQ Quail Deviled Eggs. The seasonal menu means that your favorite summer dishes may not be there if you return in winter, but no matter what you order you can guarantee it will be delicious.
Nine Street Kitchen in Historic Roswell puts an emphasis on fresh ingredients, making all the sauces, rubs, dressings, and marinades from scratch every day. Many locals come to sample the small plates, like the homemade bleu cheese and celery, or the Pizzadilla, which is pepperoni, tomato, and cheese, wrapped in a tortilla. One of the menu features is Marina del Mer, which is linguini topped with crab, shrimp, and marinara. Weekends and some nights find the patio filled, with patrons bobbing heads to the sounds of live music.
Table and Main was inspired by a song by The Band, which begs its listeners to "take a load off." The inviting atmosphere of this rustic, old-fashioned restaurant invites exactly that. Go all out with the Preservation Platter, a serving of cured meats, cheese, pickled vegetables, Vidalia bacon jam, and thick country bread. For dinner, feast on grilled lamb chops, savor shrimp and grits, or indulge in country fried veal with pickled onions. End on a sweet note with the pie of the day. Complement your meal with a choice from the surprisingly healthy wine and beer list.
In a converted Victorian House, located in downtown Roswell, lies a charming restaurant called the Fickle Pickle. The southern kitchen makes all kinds of pickles from scratch every day, and some are lucky enough to be included in the local favorite dish of Fried Cajun Pickles. The lunch rush usually has a majority of patrons asking for the fresh Cuban sandwich or a sandwich of fried green tomatoes. The Fickle Pickle even has a decent wine and beer list. The walls are lined with the art of local residents, which is all for sale and frequently rotated. For large parties and events, a barn is available in the backyard for rent.
Salt Factory in Historic Roswell has an inviting and relaxing atmosphere. The focus is the extensive beer list, which includes a draft menu with many staples like Guinness, Stella Artois, and Blue Moon. The cocktail list is just as interesting, with a "Strong Island" Iced Tea with Grey Goose vodka, and the Self Starter Cocktail with absinthe. The food menu centers around organic and local, classic comfort foods with a haute-cuisine twist. Before your entree, have a selection of cut meats from the Butcher's Block, like the sweet cappicola (black pepper and herb crusted pork shoulder) or the prosciutto di Parma (aged Italian farmhouse ham). Top it off with a Shepherd's Pie with minced lamb.
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