Deliteful Events may have the word "lite" in its name, but its menus have plenty of opportunity for indulgence. Bakers decorate and layer cakes for occasions ranging from kids' birthdays to weddings, each with a huge number of flavor, filling, and icing options. Those range from the homey—applesauce cake and cream-cheese frosting, for instance—to intriguing gourmet blends such as white-chocolate banana cake. Served in a cozy cafe and at catered events, the savory side of the menu holds juicy sandwiches, classic salads, and comfort cuisine such as meatloaf.
In ancient times, a man known as the "Tin Drummer" would bring communities together with his titular instrument. Calling people out of their homes as he marched down the street, the Tin Drummer led his followers to the marketplace where they'd tell each other stories, listen to music, and share a meal together. At least, that's the story founder Steven Chan heard as a child in Hong Kong. Regardless of the veracity of the legend, Chan wanted to play a similar, community-building role in his adopted home of Atlanta, even if he couldn't play the tin drum. And so he founded a chain of pan-Asian restaurants known as Tin Drum Asiacaf?.
And by pan-Asian, they really mean they aren't leaving anyone out. Curries from Thailand to India include everything from a creamy panang with coconut sauce to a fiery tikka masala with tomatoes and sauteed chicken. From the street-noodle section, diners can choose from the Singaporean sing chow mein, Cantonese wheat noodles with beef, bean sprouts and spinach, and spicy Japanese spaghetti, made with tomatoes, jalape?os, and yakisoba. And the caf?s aren't afraid to look even further afield. Genre-mashing tacos can be made with teriyaki or hoisin-soaked chicken, or with panko-crusted shrimp; and many of the basic entrees can be requested gluten free.
Sprawling through a series of rooms, 3 Amigos Mexican Bar & Grill is anything but small. Yet, the interior and its ambiance is almost cozy. Stone accents pop up throughout the eatery, complimenting walls in the bright hues of hot peppers, turmeric, and payment invoices from clowns. Dressed colorfully, waitresses and waiters bob and weave through the main dining room's expanse of tables and booths to deliver fresh Mexican entrees, such as shrimp fajitas, quesadillas layered with cheese and shredded chicken, and enchiladas verde. Meanwhile, of-age patrons perch at the bar and sip draft beer and margaritas from jumbo glasses.
In honor of Women?s History Month, Groupon is celebrating an inspiring group of women: business leaders whose companies and brands enrich their communities. Thanks to the dedication and ingenuity of these leaders, local communities across the country are stronger and more diverse.
Shop the Women in Business collection.
Though the cooks at Wings and Burger Haven start with classic hamburger patties and bone-in chicken wings, they still get creative. Twenty-six wing sauces and range of toppings contribute to a menu that satisfies both varied tastes and the last three ingredients on your culinary scavenger hunt. The kitchen crew tosses bone-in or boneless wings in sauces such as classic buffalo?available in mild to flaming-hot?as well as less traditional flavors such as hot lemon pepper, honey garlic, and Cajun hot ranch. Each basket comes with sticks of spice-nullifying carrots and celery, as well as blue cheese and ranch dressings.
On the burger side of the menu, cooks accentuate their half-pound beef patties' juiciness with toppings such as bacon and Swiss or patty-melt fixings all on top of rye bread. Chefs can swap out beef for turkey or vegetarian-friendly Boca Burgers, or even double up patties for towering sandwiches that barely require included sides such as fried okra or potato salad.
Cuisine Type: Caribbean-American fusion, vegetarian
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Alcohol: Beer and wine only
Number of Tables: 11?25
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
?Made to order? or ?prepared daily.? We also make all of our sauces in-house.
Do you use any family recipes at your restaurant? Whose family do they belong to (the chef, the owner, or someone else)?
We use family recipes at our restaurant. The restaurant is family-owned, and the recipes belong to the chef and owner.
The a commitment to quality meat culminated in the creation of Wienerz Factory and Deli, a meat emporium that draws on its founder's European heritage to produce European- and American-style sausages and deli meats. Hardwood-smoked European and American sausages and brats and polish kielbasa emerge from an onsite smokehouse filler-free and primed for nestling into buns or burying under a funny looking tree as a “for later” treat. Also taking cues from this side of the Atlantic, owner Enrico Gamma—a longtime Atlanta resident—churns out hometown favorites such as hormone- and steroid-free spicy chicken sausage and louisiana andouille smoked sausage. Wienerz’s succulent creations fold into sandwiches and paninis made in the shop, or pack into containers and priced by the pound.