A haven of hospitality, Rock Bottom treats sports fans and their fun-loving friends to warm meals, spirit-lifting spirits, and a spiriting stint of darts, pool, and video games. The inviting atmosphere is upstaged only by the tempting menu of burgers ($6.95+), wings ($7.95+), and steaks ($8.95+). Touches of Southern flare can also be found in dishes such as southern fried pickles ($7.75), cajun chicken alfredo ($13.95), and yankee fries ($8.25). Beyond its bounty of tongue-tickling eats, Rock Bottom offers outdoor patio seating, live music on Friday and Saturday nights, and free casual yet confident chest-bumps daily.
Located in the historic Cloverdale Village, Roux recently opened its modern, art-filled space to serve traditional Southern comfort dishes and New Orleans–inspired seafood for lunch, dinner, and brunch. Prince Edward Island mussels ($19.50) crowned with Pernod sauce rub crustacean elbows with roasted new potatoes and braised leeks with saffron and fresh thyme. The Gulf shrimp po boy ($10) smuggles cornmeal-crusted gulf shrimp between french bread pieces under the cover of homemade coleslaw and a rémoulade sauce, and the Prime Roux burger ($12) combines grilled Meyer ranch beef with smoked onion jam, house-cured bacon, and a choice of cheeses without the use of nuclear fusion. Sunday brunch pleases with eggs benedict ($10.50) dressed up in an avocado purée and hollandaise sauce accompanied by smoked bacon. Cap a feast with a bite of bananas foster ($5.50) or sweet-potato-pecan pie ($5.50).
Deli fare, comfort food, and fresh seafood dishes coexist harmoniously inside Ruddles Pub and Grill's four-walled menu. Pub mainstays such as buffalo wings ($8.95), burgers ($9), and fried shrimp po’ boys ($9.50) tingle flavor receptors, while an eclectic mix of house specialties, including shrimp and grits ($18) and pecan chicken slathered with a creamy mushroom and artichoke sauce ($16) put shame in the game of Southern-fried knockoffs. Meanwhile, maritime munchers can wrap fins around a variety of fresh gulf seafood dishes, such as sautéed tilapia ($17) and crab cakes with a remolade sauce ($15). Groupon-holders can also take advantage of daily drink specials such as $2 Miller Lite drafts and $2 martinis on Wednesdays, wetting throats during heated arguments over where babies come from.
Family owned Las Salsas serves authentic Mexican fare to pacify protein and complex carbohydrate-craving souls. The substantial menu features soups, salads, seafood, vegetarian specials, and more crafted from fresh ingredients. Pop in for dinner and mollycoddle your belly with a plate of crispy flautas ($8.95), corn tortillas stuffed with meat, deep fried, and finished with a dollop of guacmole and sour cream or Milanesa ($10.50), a breaded steak accompanied by avocado and pico de gallo. Kids can nibble on simplified Mexican dishes ($4.25) instead of the neighbor’s ankles and adults can water their bean-filled stomachs with fan favorite House Margaritas ($3.95 – $5.95). The broad and bright dining area is dotted with Mexican flair for a jocular, laidback meal with family, friends or the peckish ghost of Pancho Villa.
Five Insider Pagers give Flip's Atlanta Highway location an average of four stars, and 77% of Urbanspooners like it. Three more Insider Pagers give the restaurant's Vaughn Road location a perfect five-star average, and 79% of Urbanspooners like it as well.