1198 Howell Mill Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Vanity: (140) 436-5041
Little Star Provisions
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Deli, Caterers, Family Style, Sandwiches
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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When I visit Star Provisions, it is usually for the sandwich shop. FYI: they are moving everything in the store except for the sandwich shop to another location in West Midtown soon.
-Shrimp Po Boy
-Korean Beef on a SALAD with the Asian vinaigrette
-The Roast Beef Sandwich
-The meat tarte or any of the savory baked goods
I love love love this place. They are surprisingly quick for an artisanal sandwich place, and everyone working there is friendly. They have a wide selection of gourmet chocolate, chips, and sodas. Ditch your Subway one day.
Best little gift shop/general store/sandwich/desert shop and more. They have amazing specialty kitchen items and unique accessories. Easy to get lost browsing in here!
03/29/2010Provided by Citysearch -
This place should be in that ""stuff what white people like"" book. It's yuppy central in this place but I don't think any other location in Atlanta can compete with their sandwiches. Maybe it's because the bread is baked in house, and the meats and cheeses are from down the hall, but after a third consecutive sandwich rocked my face off... I had to get it out there.
The latest mind-blower was their po 'boy. Made with fried shrimp and some sort of cajun mayo, this thing was the real deal. The shrimp were golden and of a good size and the mayo wasn't too much to overload the bread or the filling.
Get a Mexican Coke to wash it down... made with sugar cane (not to mention it's taller) this is a glass bottle from your youth.
03/21/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Star Provisions has all kinds of awesome goodies... rooms dedicated to meats, cheese, and fancy kitchen appliances. In another room there's a deli counter where they dish out fancy sandwiches and gourmet to go. I've never had their fried chicken or their pizza, but their sandwiches are fantastic. If they don't have it on the menu, ask about the bahn mi sandwich, the chocked Vietnamese tradition that stuffs pork and pickled veggies into a french baguette. Heaven. As was the French-Italian inspired prosciutto, sweet butter and parmesan on fresh baked bread. Never had the shrimp po-boy, but I've heard nothing but rave reviews from my foodie friends.
01/30/2009Provided by Citysearch -
If you're looking for Himalayan red salt, foie-gras stuffed hamburgers, boutique olive oil and retro candies, look no further. This gourmet food store-slash-housewares store is Atlanta's best source for specialty foods and ingredients. There's also a large selection of beautiful tabletop items and giftware, all of which are rather expensive, but very special and unique. The meat, cheese and fish counters have a gorgeous selection (again, on the pricey side), and the bakery sells beautiful sweets. There's a tiny alcove in the front where a local farmer sells his produce certain days of the week.
03/29/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This is one of my favorite places.
I've ordered something different every time, and each meal is better than the last. There is limited space to order, but the staff keeps things moving. While waiting for the food to be prepared, you can browse through all the goodies in Star Provisions. The selection of meats, fish, breads, and cheeses makes it easy to be inspired to make a delicious dinner.
The outdoor seating is a perfect escape; if you sit in the front, the parking lot chaos can be quite entertaining- however if you sit on the back balcony, the feeling is of a calm yet industrial courtyard.
Finally, the staff is wonderful. One time, I accidentially left my purse at the table and a staff member noticed and quickly took it inside behind the cash register. Definitely a caring and concious attitude that I appreciate in a good restaurant. I will be back every week!