Saturday, September 15, 2012

Of late

The Atlanta Food Truck Park. Where else can one find "The Blaxican" Mexican Soulfood stationed next to Gladys Knight's famous Chicken n' Waffles? This spot is hoppin' with good food and fun people and is the perfect place to spend an evening celebrating this cooler weather (with an even cooler beer, of course). 

Charming Decatur, how I love thee. Add this neighborhood hang-out with a stellar craft beer menu (it was voted one of America's 100 best beer bars) and authentic Irish eats to the mix and I'm happy as clam. 
Another Decatur gem, this exposed-brick semblance of a French bakery serves healthful lunch in addition to unique pastries and breakfast treats. Salt and pepper cookies, anyone?

Nestled in Virginia-Highlands, Paolo's gelato flavors are as yummy as its neighborhood is cute. Paolo is an Italy native and veterinarian surgeon turned professional gelato maker (and not to mention a creative genius). Atlanta thanks you, Paolo.


Dark Chocolate Pecan Pie

Turkey-Veggie Pot Pies

Pumpkin Dark Chocolate Cookies

English Muffins
~ Bar Antico gelateria and caffe...opening this Fall! (and just when we thought Antico Pizza couldn't get any better)

~ Batdorf & Bronson Roastery tour.

~ Roswell Provisions. I've already done my damage in Westside's Star Provisions, so now it's time to hit up this downtown Roswell market.

" about ten times more magnanimous than you believe yourself capable of being. Your life will be a hundred times better for it...You will learn a lot about yourself if you stretch in the direction of goodness, of bigness, of kindness, of forgiveness, of emotional bravery. Be a warrior for love." - Cheryl Strayed in "tiny beautiful things; Advice on love and life from Dear Sugar"

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