Bounce Wright's inflatable castles, bounce houses, and playgrounds keep kids bouncing with joy during birthday celebrations, block parties, and family reunions. Kids can shoot down the multi-playground unit's inflatable slide or leap into the air to dunk a basketball inside a bounce house while parents outside man a rented concession machine full of fluffy cotton candy or buttery popcorn. Bounce Wright also equips parties with tables and chairs.
From a chic, late-night soiree to a lively kids' birthday bash, the planners at Perfect Parties execute events for both adults and children. Adults' parties may include dancing, hors d'oeuvres, and cakes celebrating new babies or finally finding the perfect hairstylist. Kids' parties, on the other hand, exude fun and whimsy. That might mean cupcakes adorned with edible lipstick and eyeshadow palettes or a party table decked out like a car garage.
Celebrations befitting life's milestones often require a great deal of planning. That's where Signature Party Development and Hosting Services swoops in—to not only throw a party, but to make it a memorable one. The party-planners transform get-togethers into legendary bashes with planning services that cover everything from the catering to the valets. It books venues, hires photographers, and even tends to the details, making sure the DJ plays the right music and the piñatas don't wear white pants after Labor Day.
Jason’s Deli may not be much to look at from the outside, but what more could you want from a classic sandwich shop than simple seating, friendly service and basic, easygoing décor? It’s certainly not every day you find a dependable lunch spot in Midtown Atlanta, making this national chain’s cheap eats a popular fit for the area. Sandwiches here are predictably huge – as is the New York deli custom – so most guests plan on packing away the leftovers for another meal down the road. Of course, there are healthier salads and soups to be had as well, each as predictably and consistently good as the deli fare. Despite being a longtime chain operation throughout the South, this Midtown outpost maintains a strong and loyal local following, particularly with families.
Three values form the foundation of Kenley Waller's business: great food, great service, and community. The food service veteran's commitment to these pillars have earned him awards, not only from the restaurants he's managed, but from the Boy Scouts of America (Golden Eagle Award), South DeKalb Rotary Club (Rotarian of the Year), and the Georgia Secretary of State (Outstanding Georgia Citizen).
But for visitors to Kenley's Restaurant, the proof of Kenley's dedication is something they can taste. Breakfast and lunch menus spotlight American comfort food with a bit of a soul food twist. Along with croissant sandwiches, omelets, burgers, and sandwiches, buffets feature fried chicken, fried okra, and biscuits smothered in gravy. Kenley and his team also specialize in catering, and over the years have accrued a client list that includes Macy's, General Mills, and the Red Cross.
Chris Cook found her calling when she was just 10 years old. Alongside her mother and six sisters she prepared a spread for a church fundraiser, and nearly everyone who tried their food pressed them to keep cooking. So Chris did. She cooked her way into the restaurant industry and opened up Soul Food Train with her sister LaVonda to showcase her scratch-made Southern recipes.
No corners are cut at Soul Food Train. Smoked turkey legs flavor the collard greens, five cheeses melt into the macaroni, and Sunday's specialty oxtails cook all day until the meat just falls off the bone. And to keep the recipes from becoming old-hat, Chris and Von switch things up on a regular basis, substituting fried okra with stuffed bell peppers and fried chicken with catfish. Everything is house-made daily using seasonally fresh ingredients to ensure each dish has the maximum amount of flavor possible without stuffing it full of Jelly Bellys.