I'm so sad I didn't discover Papi's cuban sandwiches earlier. I've lived in the neighborhood forever but somehow never made it over there until this year. I was missing so much! Not only is the atmosphere fun and welcoming, but the food is really really good and affordable. I don't know how "authentic" the food is to real cuban, but whatever they put on those sandwiches is magic. (I have a feeling it involves a lot of garlic.) Their combination plates offer tons of food, enough to split between 2 people. But don't do that-- you'll want leftovers to take home with you. Highly recommended.
I went to Mardis Gras for a birthday celebration with a few friends. The girls are flirty and nice and very approachable. The drinks are strong and good. I had a few table dances and really had an awesome time. You need to go for the experience. The ladies were beautiful.. there's a variety of ethinicities which keeps it interesting and conversations flowing... there are Poles! No Snooty tramps here. Had a blast.
First things first: they're no longer at 280 Elizabeth. They're now at 913 Bernina Ave. And the long wait for the new location was worth it! Can you say Jack and Coke slushies? Perfect portion affordable sandwiches? Pet friendly! Right on the juncture between the Freedom Park Path and the Beltline. Eat here and then stroll a short distance down Bernina to the King of Pops window for dessert.
Swear the people know me here cause I go all the time. It's a great place to create your own salad or sandwich. Sometimes when you get a salad and they put to much dressing on it that causes the lettuce to get soggy but with creating your own you can tell them how much you want on. My absolute favorite is a chicken Caesar and I add eggs, cranraisins and sesame seeds.
Jack-and-coke slushies, mini sandwiches you can (and should) get multiples of, a friendly game of ping-pong: This is a fantastic place for a casual get together or a celebration. The food is tasty, and 2 sandwiches should be plenty to fill you up. Popcorn of the day is also worth ordering. Oh, and this also makes for a good stop on your Beltline walk.
Great lunches/breakfast's, enthusiastic and well mannered owner. Whatever your craving for lunch or breakfast he will make from scratch and explain each ingredient till you are watering at the mouth. If more people knew this hidden treasure, his line would be out the door. Recommend anything Thai on the menu.
Friendly. Alyssa at the cash register was quick, smart and very friendly. However, the three breakfast sandwiches took a solid 10-15 minutes and they were out of all bagels except cinnamon crunch, cinnamon raisin, chocolate chip and blueberry. Would give a higher review but the food preparation is slooooow.
Panera offers fresh bread, great sandiwches and salads and you would never know they are a chain restaurant. Not homemade, but close as you will get. Their coffee is pretty good too, and they usually have lots of places to sit if you want to read or use your laptop or chat with friends.
If you are looking for good food with a good price and good healthy standards then you should come here. They grill any meat with any vegetable over rice, ruffage, or bread. The sauces are great too. I like any meat with everything with either ranch or creole. It's a must try in atlanta.
I've been meaning to try this place for some time. Many of you who are Top Chef fans will probably remember Hector Santiago from Season 6. He was the fifth chef eliminated, mainly for trying to deep-fry a steak! Um, bad idea Read more at: http://3nosh.com/superpan-atlanta/