Son of A Gun: Man Overboard In LA

At face value, Son of A Gun in Los Angeles serves as the antithesis to its sister restaurant, the highly regarded though disappointing to me Animal.  Animal is simply dressed, whereas Son of A Gun … Read more →

Seared Salmon with Sweet Curry Couscous [Recipe]

Recently, a friend tasked me to find her a grilled salmon recipe that used something sweet to accent the fish.  A little googling turned up a Salmon of the Americas cooking contest from a few … Read more →

Marea: A Pasta Gold Mine

A masterful dining experience is the consequence of a tapestry of constituents woven together to elicit an inspirational reaction.  That’s the type of grandiose impression a meal at New York City’s Marea can leave.  Quietly … Read more →

Seafood Watch And Project FishMap for iPhone/Android [Technology]

Earlier today (technically yesterday by the time you read this), I spent some time reading an article on sustainability and seafood, which prompted me to write this little bit on an associated topic: the Monterey … Read more →

Billy Jack’s BBQ And Shrimp Co. Hits Westside Atlanta [Openings]

Hot on the heels of a new hibachi restaurant (the just opened Sakura Stix), a new barbecue joint is set to open in Westside.  The Bunyan-esc Billy Jack’s BBQ and Shrimp Co. is currently in … Read more →

Goin’ Coastal Restaurant Review – Virginia Highlands, Atlanta, GA [First Impressions]

Just last week, Zach Kell and Seth Hendricks brought their Goin’ Coastal concept from Canton, GA all the way down I-75 and into Virginia Highlands.  As the name suggests, Goin’ Coastal is all about the … Read more →

Coast Seafood & Raw Bar Restaurant Review – Buckhead, Atlanta, GA [First Impressions]

The corner of E. Andrews and W. Paces Ferry in Buckhead is choke full of Atlanta’s forgotten culinary greatness.  Yes, the converted home that housed one of Atlanta’s most notable restaurants (Seeger’s) has gradually morphed … Read more →

Capt. Shrimp Seafood House Restaurant Review – Fort Lauderdale, FL [Out Of Town]

The drive up the Eastern seaboard of the United States is daunting to say the least.  Considering the trek from Miami to Atlanta, there is just something wrong about the idea of driving for 12-hours … Read more →

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