Only 40 minutes outside of Atlanta, Kirby G’s 1950s-themed diner epitomizes the Warm and Cozy city of McDonough. From the moment you drive into town, you’ll be in a nostalgic state of mind. And when you enter Kirby G’s, it’s like you’re time traveling through the past. Whether it is glancing at the classic pictures on the walls or the kitschy menu item names that reference old TV shows, Kirby […]
If you’re a smoked meat, whisky & craft cocktails fan, you’re gonna want to make a reservation here ASAP.
Nestled in Duluth, K BBQ Factory is both a delicious and entertaining dining experience.
An old mansion converted into a restaurant & bar is just one of the many awesome things about this Buckhead hot spot.
There is no better pairing than food and music. Upgrade the experience to live bands and a modern take on comfort cuisine, and you’ve got a combination that can’t be beat! Stationside opened summer 2013 at Terminal West at King Plow and has become a pre-concert staple. You may have some preconceived notions that venue-food […]
It’s one of the Atlanta restaurant scene’s worst-kept secrets that Holeman and Finch’s infamous 10 o’clock burger, featured on The Layover: Atlanta, is going to be hitting it out of the park at Turner Field, from opening day of the 2013 season (April 1st).
Sinking your teeth into a juicy burger on a bun can be a little tricky when you are on a gluten-free diet. Most places with burgers, don’t offer gluten-free buns as part of the menu
Both Yeah! Burger locations, Howell Mill and Virginia Highlands have a retro modern decor painted lively shades of orange and blue. Definitely not your typical burger joint, and neither are the prices. But the food is all natural….their motto is “keeping the food real”. It feels wholesome, and it tastes wholesome too.
I worked a beer stand at Battle of the Burgers in the Highlands back in August and tried There’s bison burger. It was good, I thought, but so were the offerings from Googie Burger, Grindhouse Killer Burgers, and a bunch of other places. Trouble was, the tiny tasting burgers don’t really give you a good idea of what the full-sized burger is like.
Whether it’s the Superbowl or just a sunny Saturday afternoon, let’s make sure your burgers don’t include a visit to the doc the next day.
Three years ago, when Farm Burger opened its doors in Decatur, it was something altogether different to other burger places. Farm burger doesn’t care if its your favorite place to eat, though that would be nice. It doesn’t want to bring you a burger for a dollar.