Toscano & Sons: Atlanta’s Westside Italian Market

Toscano & Sons Italian Market sits unassumingly in Westside quietly providing Atlantans with some of the city’s most consistent panini.  For the better part of the past five years, the tiny emporium and Italian deli … Read more →

Supermercado Chicago Taqueria Review – Doraville, GA [First Impressions]

Atlanta’s outskirts, particularly around Buford Highway, are covered by Mexican grocery markets that double as quick hit taquerias.  I’ve visited a number of them and little excites me as much as a walk through an … Read more →

Carniceria Ramirez Taqueria Review – Smyrna, Atlanta, GA [Food Finds]

So while I curse the gods at the disappearing act my post pulled at 2am last night, you can read my feeble attempt at recapturing my literary glory.  Go head, I’ll just be hitting golf … Read more →

La Carreta Taqueria Restaurant Review – Marietta, GA [Food Finds]

These days, if you mention Latin food to Atlantans, I wouldn’t be surprised if food trucks, or carts as they are often known, enter the conversation early and often.  In that respect, it’s kind of … Read more →

Desta Ethiopian Kitchen Restaurant Review – Druid Hills, Atlanta, GA [First Impressions]

It’s amazing to me just how many of my favorite meals are the consequence of haphazard circumstance.  Such is the case with my recent trip to Desta, a popular Ethiopian restaurant located near the intersection … Read more →

Holeman And Finch Baked Goods Are At Savor Specialty Foods

Ah… last night was a good night.  Amongst the many jewels of information that were passed around, I found out that a complete lineup of goods from Holeman & Finch Bakery are served up at … Read more →

Sawicki’s In Decatur: Atlanta Sub & Sandwich Tour #9

Well, sorry that it’s so late in the day.  I had a lot going on … but, I wanted to get this up today.  We are fast approaching the half-way point in the Atlanta Sub … Read more →

Specialty Food Shops In Atlanta Get A Boost! The Mercantile Rejoices!

Owners of those specialty food shops in the city of Atlanta got some good news late yesterday.  Currently, city law prevents small establishments from selling liquor under particular circumstances (namely: proximity to another business that … Read more →

La Quercia Prosciutto: Top Notch Iowa Prosciutto, Apparently It Does Exist

While I, like many others, have not had, let alone heard, about American cured prosciutto, a family business out of Iowa has been taking things to a new level since 2005. La Quercia, pronounced Kwair-cha, … Read more →

Rooibos, the Champagne of tea, gets some love! Get it in Atlanta, GA!

I am a huge fan of tea. Anyone who knows me knows it is my beverage of choice. Unfortunately, I rarely make it at home (though I have boxes of tea bags lying around). I … Read more →

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