Udipi Cafe's traditional Indian ingredients and recipes form the basis of its expansive menu of flavorful vegetarian delights. Serenade taste sensors with appetizers such as a delectable potato-cauliflower duet of aloo gobi ($8.50) or the broad tasting board of the assorted sampler platter ($7.95). Dry and spicy chickpeas swim in a pond of piquant curry sauce in the chana masala curry ($8.50), which pairs pleasantly with a side of paratha bread ($1.95). Indo-Chinese specialties transport diners to the northern climes of the subcontinent with flavor combinations such as vegetable hakka noodles ($7.95), and dinner specials fill traditional platters with offerings such as the royal madras special thali and royal south indian thali ($13.50 each).
Dr. Eichel founded the Children’s Dental Center of Atlanta in 1969 based on the principal that ALL kids, EVERYWHERE, deserve the best dental care available. This belief has led Dr. Eichel and our team to open 5 locations around the Atlanta Metro area, allowing us to provide treatment to children in areas where they might no
Grills and stockpots sizzle as Carniceria El Tio #2's chefs imbue seven types of meat—ranging from familiar grilled chicken to exotic beef tongue—with zesty Mexican spices. Each morsel barely gets a chance to discuss grill politics with its meaty brethren before it slides into a soft corn taco, a hefty burrito, or a towering torta sandwich crowned with cilantro, cheese, and avocado. On weekends, the kitchen begets an array of hard-to-find Mexican specialties, such as pozole brimming with pork and hominy or menudo, a savory tripe soup.
Since 2002 we have been making chocolates by hand in Sandy Springs. We offer a wide variety of truffles, barks and toffees, 1,000's of molded shapes, and chocolate covered strawberries. Custom orders are welcome, so if you can think of it, we can probably make it! Stop by to see, smell, and taste our mouthwatering treats!
Hundreds of exotic and native plants spread across more than 30 acres of growing space at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Under the careful watch of the garden's horticulture team, these species provide a serene backdrop for garden visitors even as they educate them on the wonders of the natural world. The botanical discovery doesn't stop after the sun goes down. At night, visitors can explore the verdant pathways lit by millions of twinkling bulbs for the second annual Garden Lights, Holiday Nights, or decamp to the conservatory for a look at a mammoth collection of species orchids and the chirping poison dart frogs that keep them company. Amid its ever-changing visual display, the Atlanta Botanical Garden hosts frequent events such as concerts, holiday light shows, seasonal festivals, and an annual member-plant dance.
First opened in 1994, Return to Eden neighborhood natural market has been offering the best natural foods and supplements for years. With a friendly staff, great raw food and vegetarian options, and the metro area's largest selection of gluten free foods, don't miss out on this Atlanta original.
Since it opened in 1895, Piedmont Park has played host to numerous historic concerts, exhibitions, and sporting events. The Piedmont Summer Sprint adds yet another chapter to the park's lore, all while raising funds for the Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces in support of the local arts community. Created by the L Movement, which also engineered events such as the SuperCon Fun Run. The Sprint sends participants of all ages jogging or strolling across the iconic grounds for an afternoon of fitness and fun. Piedmont Summer Sprint proudly partners with the Piedmont Arts Festival so that guests can enjoy a day of fun, art, music, food trucks and local merchants following the race.