how to do atlanta - where to eat lunch

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I've got a confession to make. I've been holding out on you. I assure you however, there was no malicious intent. I'm just... lazy. You see, I've been having some pretty fabulous (and some just alright) dining experiences around Atlanta lately, and I've just been too lazy to write about them. But the good news is, I haven't slacked off on taking some pretty fabulous (and some just alright) pictures of these dining experiences. So here's what I figured. Instead of stockpiling all these tasty little visual tidbits and pretending like I'm actually going to do each one justice with a proper review, I'll just show you the goods.

Since when has porn been about dialogue, anwyay?

 


This week's food porn features pics from some of  my favorite atlanta lunch spots.

Urban Pl8

stir fry @ urban pl8

Look at the separation on that brown rice. Yeah, you like that, dontcha?

beet salad @ urban pl8

 The Original El Taco

lunch @ the orginal el taco

 

el burger @ the orginal el taco

 

Only thing sad about this lunch is that El Taco only serves lunch on the weekends. Que lastima.

 

5 Seasons Brewery - Westside

alligator egg rolls @ 5 seasons brewery, westside

 New Paradise (Buford Highway)

salt and pepper fish @ new paradise (buford highway)

 

garlic green beans @ new paradise (buford highway)

 

Sufi's

chicken koobideh wrap and salad @ sufi's

 

sabzi @ sufi's

 

The sabzi is an assortment of greens, herbs, and other accompaniments to be enjoyed with flatbread. Sufi's sabzi: mint leaves, basil leaves, cucumber slices, butter, feta, olives, and walnuts.

 

yogurt and beets @ sufi's

 

Bocado

fried chicken sandwich @ bocado

 

burger stack @ bocado

Bocado's burger stack is what the Big Mac dreams about being when it grows up.

 

 Marlow's Tavern

fish tacos & fried okra @ marlow's tavern

Seriously, is there ever a bad time for fried okra? Methinks not.

 

cheers,

 

k