Whether he's scouring teeth free of plaque throughout routine cleanings or resurfacing stained facades with a set of veneers, Atlanta Dental Arts’s presiding oral surgeon Dr. Williams goes out of his way to maximize oral health. He bans latex and mercury from his office and employs only digital radiography, which emits less radiation and makes dental x-rays easier to post to online dating profiles. His ongoing dental education regarding new techniques, such as Lumineers and ViziLite oral-lesion detection, allows him to keep smiles pristine with greater comfort and efficiency.
Founded by four native New Yorkers who rolled their bagel wheels southward, Bagel Palace entices Atlantans with the tantalizing aroma of freshly baked bagels, pastries, cakes, and deli fare. Crisp, golden exteriors and dense, spongy centers make Bagel Palace's traditional boiled and baked bullions great for nourishing noshing, providing ample fuel to punch elitist toast-touter arguments full of holes. Keep shmear simple with a bagel and cream cheese ($2.35) or lavish your dough disk with an ample slathering of specialties such as vanilla-walnut-raisin cream cheese ($3.69). Noontime diners can take pleasure in a perfect pairing of lunchtime soups and sandwiches, such as the chicken-noodle matzo-ball soup ($4.50) and a corned-beef reuben ($9.75) or pastrami ($8.65) sandwich. End meals with an assortment of baked goods such as macaroons, danishes, fruit-filled hamentashen, and other sweet-tooth soothing treasures.
TCBY (a.k.a. The Country's Best Yogurt) prepares a menu of low-fat and fat-free yogurt containing benevolent bacterial cultures that assist the body with digestion and nutrient absorption. Fro-yo parlors tout silky probiotic-packed soft-serve in flavors such as golden vanilla and white-chocolate mousse ($2.99 for a small cup or $3.59 for a waffle cone) that customers can sprinkle with strawberries, gummy bears, granola, diced peaches, or a host of other toppings. Celebrate successfully evading a baby rain cloud with one of TCBY's smoothies, which contain real-dairy frozen yogurt blended with bushels of fresh fruit in potent configurations such as strawberry bananza and berrilicious. Prices and selection vary from store to store.
Bhojanic's health-conscious chefs whip up a flavorful Northern Indian menu without the use of heavy creams and starches, winning the Best Indian Food Best of Citysearch award four years in a row. Tapas-style appetizers such as minty ground-turkey seekh kebabs ($6.95) and cheesy marinated paneer tikka ($7.95) skewer bite-sized comestibles in a more date-friendly environment than supermarket-sample tours. Homemade flatbread kathi rolls ($8.50) enfold chicken, turkey, or paneer cheese alongside egg, mint chutney, and veggies. Herbivore-friendly options put an end to garnish-only orders with dishes such as the Shakhahari veggie platter, dolloped with a choice of five daily specials ($7.50 for lunch; $10.95 for dinner), and traditional street food such as samosas, potato-filled pastries topped with chutney, yogurt, and roasted cumin ($6.95).
Open 6am, We make great breakfast, egg and bacon Bagels, Veggie and Sexy Omelette, Great lunch specials such as roast brisket and pulled pork, Monte Christo, Rueben, and Cuban sandwiches. Our coffee and tea is filtered and set at $2 with comfortable artistic setting with local music and poetry meetings.