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Lee’s Bakery named among "Top Bamh Mi" by New York Times

Lee’s Bakery named among "Top Bamh Mi" by New York Times

ATLANTA -- According to the New York Times, Lee’s Bakery in Atlanta is a front runner in the contest for the best Vietnamese banh mi in America. Lee’s Bakery is located on Buford Highway, the road some Atlantan’s claim to be the “silk road” of Atlanta. While driving this eight mile stretch of road, one will encounter, arguably, some of the best multi-ethnic fare in Atlanta.

Banh mi is known as an embodiment of both “French provincial and Vietnamese” cooking. It starts with a Vietnamese baguette, pickled carrots, cucumbers, cilantro, a fish aioli, pate, mayo and other meats.

FOOD REVIEW: Peter Chang’s, Smyrna GA

FOOD REVIEW: Peter Chang’s, Smyrna GA

The Peter Chang story epitomizes the American Dream. Born and trained in China, served meals to the Chinese President, came to the United States to prepare meals in the Chinese Embassy. Since then he’s been hop-scotching around the South and mid-Atlantic states being a serial restaurateur, each to widespread critical acclaim.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE >> http://atlanta-food-critic.com/2011/02/peter-changs-smyrna-ga/

Moroccan Fare at Imperial Fez

Moroccan Fare at Imperial Fez

When you walk into this place, leave your shoes and inhibitions at the door and get ready for some authentic Moroccan couscous and belly dancers. The restaurant is lined with Persian rugs, long white curtains, low red tables and lots of seating pillows. Its Moorish-style seating provides a very friendly, family-like atmosphere and makes you feel like you’re truly part of the party.

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Tuk Tuk Thai Buckhead

Tuk Tuk Thai Buckhead

Though touted as casual, Tuk Tuk maintains Taurus’s see-and-be-seen vibe, though the decor of the place has changed significantly. A Tuk Tuk (Thai taxi) is on display, Taurus’s reds have been changed to browns, and the hostess wears a traditional Thai silk dress

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The Big Ketch in Buckhead, A Beachy Feel on Roswell Road

The Big Ketch in Buckhead, A Beachy Feel on Roswell Road

This beachy Buckhead spot, which serves a variety of seafood, opened in fall 2010. It is located where the Taco Stand used to be. One of the primary draws of the restaurant is its year-round patio that's heated during colder weather.

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Chick-fil-A Hosts Daddy Daughter Date Night, February 5th

Chick-fil-A Hosts Daddy Daughter Date Night, February 5th

With the introduction of their Spicy Chicken sandwich, this year, Chick-fil-A has, also, decided to put its own spin on the classic Father-Daughter dance. On February 5th, all 119 Chick-fil-A restaurant locations in Greater Atlanta will host a “Date Night” for fathers and daughters from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.

During this special evening, fathers and daughters are encouraged to find some time to spend together, enjoying time in the restaurant and engaging in a variety of activities. Each restaurant will celebrate in their own way, with some providing a red carpet arrival, table service, dancing, live music, photography and limo rides.

Every Daddy-Daughter pair will also receive a trayliner with questions and conversation topics to get the fun going, and a take-home booklet called “Continuing the Conversation” that provides ideas for future dates and conversation topics.

Seating’s are available every hour, and reservations are required.

Souper Jenny's, Levison, To Open Breakfast Nook "Café Jonah and the Magical Attic "

Souper Jenny's, Levison, To Open Breakfast Nook "Café Jonah and the Magical Attic "

Atlanta’s own soup authority, Jennifer Levison, owner of Souper Jenny restaurant and author of Souper Jenny Cooks!, is set to open her second restaurant location, Café Jonah and the Magical Attic, in early February 2011. 

Her new concept restaurant, named after her 7-year-old son, Jonah mirrors the goal of Souper Jenny, in its desire to provide an old-fashioned outlet for busy Atlantans to take time for themselves, restore and find inspiration.  She accepts only cash and limits cell phone use, which is a standard she will take to her new restaurant.   Café Jonah and the Magical Attic’s aim is to blend “a neighborhood coffee house, café and mini spiritual retreat”.

According to Levinson, the Café’s menu will include fresh, local and organic ingredients.