If you’re heading to Atlanta Airport District Restaurant Week, there’s only FOUR days left! May we suggest four spots that we love whenever we’re hanging out near Hartsfield.
During the fifth annual ATL Airport District Restaurant Week, diners can choose from prix fixe menu prices of $9, $19 or $29 signature dishes for 20 percent off. All menu prices will be valid for brunch, lunch or dinner; prices are per person and exclude alcohol, tax and gratuity.
A little taste of N’awlins. A little taste of Atlanta. All coming together in one great restaurant. That’s what you get at the Corner Grille, run by husband and wife duo Julian and Annette, you’ll feel like you’re at home when you try their famous cajun pasta – it’s a customer favorite! A creamy and slightly spicy mixture of shrimp, crawfish, Andouille sausage and penne pasta in Parmesan Cajun cream sauce. You’re allowed to lick the bowl when you’re done.
You’ve probably seen us post about it, but we can’t stop thinking about the Coca Cola BBQ braised brisket. It has deep flavor and earthy sweetness, and it’s served on polenta with beer battered onion rings and blue cheese, topped with some green onion for color and flavor. We also loved the Salmon BLT and the fluffy buckwheat pancakes.
Ronaldo’s Resto Bar
You could spend all day at this address and find something new or interesting every hour you’re there. In the mornings, Ronaldo’s makes freshly brewed coffee and lattes and serves delicious breakfast tacos – one with chorizo and one with veggies. At night, you can head to their back speakeasy, The Duck Club, for delicious wings, skins, sausage and all the bar food a grown Atlantan could want. They also have a spaghetti night on Wednesdays…
Looking for a way to get away without actually going to Hartsfield, walking through security and cramming in a flying tin can? Head to Louisiana Bistreaux and it’ll feel pretty close to the Big Easy. Whether it’s a zydeco band playing the background, the authentic hurricanes (and hurricane glasses) at the bar, or the perfect cajun flavors, you’ll be happy you went. Try the Jambalaya or the Abita-battered coconut shrimp, k cher?