Category Archives: Atlanta Dining

Review: Pho Dai Loi #2

I wouldn’t know a good pho if it fell out of the sky and landed on my face. My inexperience with “authentic” ethnic food is probably my biggest weakness as a food writer. Or at least, my biggest insecurity. I don’t trust my own opinion, because I don’t think I’ve had enough to really know […]
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Better Breakfast Mini-Review: Einstein’s Open-Face Fried Chicken Scramble

  Einstein’s has been on my Better Breakfast list since the beginning, yet I just now got around to trying it out. Unfortunately, my brunch date wasn’t feeling particularly breakfast-y on this particular Sunday, so I have not been exposed to enough of the brunch menu to render a verdict on their service as a […]
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Review: 4th & Swift

The first time that I left 4th and Swift, I made a decision that I rarely make these days:  I wasn’t writing a word about it until I had returned for a second try. It only seemed fair.  As a hobby-blogger, or whatever you want to call someone that blows all of their own money […]
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Review: The Sheik Burritos n Kabobs

Amidst all of the hoopla of the recent pizza wars and burger-mania, it is easy to forget that, just a few years back, was the burrito-splosion of the mid 2000’s. For a while, it seemed like every strip mall in Atlanta was opening some sort of fast/casual burrito joint, and every young professional in the […]
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