One could say it’s always a feeding frenzy at Atlanta Eats’ HQ, but to us, it’s just another hard day at work. We’re showcasing the best things we ate last week to give you some food inspiration for the week ahead. Check out AtlantaEatsTV on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for a constant stream of food porn if this post doesn’t quite cure your fix.
Udon Noodles from Nori Nori (Sandy Springs)
Boy oh boy did we have fun at this Japanese buffet! Loaded with both modern & traditional dishes ALL prepared with fresh quality ingredients, this spot has every type of dish a Japanese food lover could ever crave. One of our faves was the incredible selection of Udon Noodles on display. Recommended as a great way to start your meal, you’re likely to find one on the buffet you’ll love since there are several varieties to choose from!
Piatto Antipasto from Vero Pizzeria (Brookhaven)
Opened in December 2015 as the latest concept in the Word of Mouth Restaurant group, Vero is an authentic Napolitano pizzeria off Dresden Road in the heart of Brookhaven. Besides serving 10 incredible types of pies, this spot is also known for its small plates, house-made paninis & salads. Our crew absolutely loves the Piatto Antipasto, which is a beautiful selection of proscuitto di parma, crostini, burrata & marinated vegetables. Definitely a yummy way to start your meal!
Wings from Amici (Covington)
We knew that we’d get some insane pizza from this local favorite in Covington’s downtown square, but man, their wings were equally on point! Award winning, piping hot & extremely flavorful, these beauties are some of the best wings we’ve ever had…and believe us, we’ve had more than most! Follow Amici Covington on Facebook to keep up with their wing nights, where these go for as low as 75 cents each. Such a tasty steal!
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