Hello! From California on my way to VA. Was just gonna do chicken and waffles but looking for other ideas. Thanks!
Edit: looks like I’m going to homegrown!
Edit 2: So many choices, lol. Thanks all.
I’ll be driving through atlanta in a couple weeks on my way to cloud land canyon to go camping for my birthday. Wanted to stop for lunch in atlanta or somewhere but i will have my dog!!
Looking for the best food and dog friendly!!
I'm in south Chamblee. Where I use to live I knew the perfect place for breakfast taco/burrito with amazing salsa, but it was a local place. Right now I'm aware that you can get breakfast burritos/tacos from:
Where else can you get a breakfast burrito or taco? I'd prefer somewhere:
Hello Atlanta Food-Lovers!
We at ATL by Day are looking for associate and head writers to join our team! We're specifically searching for writers to cover topics like new restaurants, food, and great places to go out in the city. There are also roles in other categories on our site if you're interested.
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No experience is required! We just want people who are passionate about their love for the city and sharing it with others. Writing Yelp reviews, Reddit posts, and even just chatting with friends would all qualify you for working with us. We all view the site as a passion project, and hope you will too! We all have day jobs so your work will mainly be in the evening, at your own pace. Your work will all be your own and you can attribute it however you'd like, so this can be a great resume-builder for writers looking to build a portfolio for a role in the media and communications industry.
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Single American Black Indian Male, Masters Degree, prefer concerts, trying diff food, into educated crowd, Prefer no mind games , mature crowd, date diff women, conversations, and go on dates/hangout/ make friends (with nerds, bankers, executives, marketing directors, IT, vp, professors type of crowd).
I am 38 and prefer to be around an educated crowd.
Have job offer. Need to select city state.My choices are Atlanta, SF, Portland, and Plano Tx.
If you live by yourself, How much do your utilities run?
Nice 1 bedroom apartment?
Cheapest place to rent a car (Will rent a car the first month)?
How much is your monthly grocery bill?
How much do you spend on car gas?
Do you need a car to survive in this city?
How much are gated communities apartment?
What is a good place for single educated crowd in 30s?
Is it a friendly place, cold people like NY, or phony/superficial people like California?
Are African American open to interracial dating or making friends in Atlanta or do they stick with their kind?
This is probably a long shot, but I know there are a good number of DEN natives in ATL, like me. If you remember anything about DEN you remember the savory yummy goodness of a $3.00 Santiago's or Senior Miguel's breakfast burrito. The warm, spicy ooey gooey green chili covered eggs, potatoes and whatever meat of choice was for the day. If you couldn't make it to Miguel's or didn't pass a Santiago's along the way to work, the sweetest ladies would come office to office with their similar style of authentic green chili burritos in the morning.
I NEED IT!
I need authentic green chili breakfast burritos. These burritos are nearly-enough-to-make-me-want-to-move-home good. Please, please help me find an authentic style Mexican restaurant that is open around 6 or 7am anywhere from Acworth to Brookhaven, or a sweet lady to come make a killing in our office.
I love exploring Buford Highway restaurant scene and areas near it. I feel like I’ve run through a lot of the classics, so I’m looking for some new spots.
-fav spots for Asian ribs (could be braised, smoked, whatever) -fav Mexican beyond El Rey del Taco -fav “beyond pho/banh mi Vietnamese -where’s the Thai at? -general spots that should be better known/underrated
Hi All. I'm coming for a short trip on the 17th through the 19th. This will be my first time in Atlanta, and my first time in The South (I'm from Los Angeles.) Whenever I'm in a new city, I always like to try to eat the local food because this is the stuff that won't be available back home. I'm open to anything, but I'd be most interested in food types that Atlanta specializes in, and local restaurants that aren't available in other cities / states. I'll be staying near Lindbergh Station. If there's anything you'd recommend, I'd really appreciate it.
Edit: also saw "(and drinks)" was referenced in the subreddit. I'm also up for checking any local bars. I'm mostly a beer drinker but I'd be up for checking any interesting bars in Atlanta as well.
Hey guys so my boyfriend and I are visiting ATL for the week and we’re looking for some nice local places to eat in ATL. Doesn’t have to be touristy, can be off the beaten path. We just want to experience great food while we’re here. Thanks for any info! :)