Chefs and servers at Summits Wayside Tavern specialize in pairing pub fare and frothy brews?partnering more than 140 drafts of beer with made-to-order burgers, salads, flatbreads, and sandwiches. Chefs make patties of prime beef, short rib and Kobe among others for made-to-order burgers smothered with add-ons spanning from applewood-smoked bacon to fried calamari. They also prepare fajitas, fish and chips, asian noodle stir fry, traditional ramen, kimchi fries, and buffalo chicken wings. Though the taps may vary from location to location, bartenders have recently poured brews from Pabst, Lagunitas, and Dogfish Head. In addition to their montage of frosty brews, Summits Wayside Tavern pours 20 different wines by the glass and boasts a large collection of spirits.
Alvarado's Mexican Food's menu boasts over 24 combination plates of authentic Mexican fare prepared fresh daily. Pairs or quartets of diners can charter cheese dip and salsa from plate to mouth with an order of chips, then dive fork-first into a pair of stuffed chilies doused in red sauce or a mixed-fajita trio with chicken, beef, and shrimp. Tacos can scarcely contain the wealth of beef, chicken, or fish they envelop, and a pair of burritos hides precious beef from the eyes of hungry tablemates and government satellites. Diners can order through the drive-thru 24 hours a day or sidle up to the dining area to down comestibles with a soft drink and watch TV or enjoy free WiFi.
The galleys at Joe’s to Goes garner gastronomically satisfied grins by housing a menu of handheld hunger stavers. Like a mom-piloted spoon-airplane, two toasted sesame-seed buns shepherd the half pound of ground beef, plus lettuce, tomato, pickle, onion, mayonnaise, mustard, and ketchup cargo, inside Joe's original hamburger ($4.99) to eager cuisine landing zones. There is an additional charge for cheese, bacon, and extra toppings. The low-carb half-pound bacon cheeseburger, meanwhile, flavorfies the palate with gooey cheese melted over crispy bacon ($4.69). A troop of thick-cut steak fries shimmering in special seasonings rallies starving stomachs or buttresses burger-based hunger quenching, and a refreshing soft drink washes away all memories of previous meat deprivation and can be used as drinkable ink for napkin notes written with a fry.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Fresh Mozzarella
Pro Tip: Call in advance, we do not have all of the product available every day!
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
What sets your business apart from your competition?
We are the only business in the Greater Atlanta area that produces fresh mozzarella and Italian-style stretched cheeses, such as burrata and scamorza.
What was the inspiration for starting this business?
We decided on a mozzarella business, as we could not find any good mozzarella in or around Atlanta. So, first was the need. Second, I grew up in the Campania region of Italy and my next door neighbor had a buffalo mozzaralla farm. This reminds me of all the beautiful things of my childhood and the smell of my mom's kitchen.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Our fresh mozzarella is all natural [and contains] no artificial ingredients or preservatives. And it is vegetarian, because it is made with a vegetable rennet (cheese starter).
What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer?
We have customers that buy from us every week of the year, and I think this is the best reaction you can expect.
What?s your favorite part about your job?
Seeing the happy and surprised face of the customers when they first try our cheese.
The specialists at Sushi Gallery deal in edible art: white ceramic plates are the backdrop for pink tuna belly, sea urchin, and piles of bright roe tucked neatly into rolls, dashed with a sweet or spicy reduction or a savory seafood sauce. The menu is lined with the day's freshest catches and the lures used to snag them. The chefs here even invite you to get DIY with your dinner—feel free to design custom rolls or select surf clams or quail eggs for your own unique sashimi platters. The sushi is served alongside Japanese classics such as grilled hibachi dinners and udon noodles.
On the first Monday of every month, the restaurant hosts a sake sampling. The resident sake master pours sixteen varieties of hot and cold brews described as "sprightly and fresh" or carrying "complex notes of smoke and mushroom."
Sushi Gallery's small dining room is decorated to feel intimate. Crimson linens cover the tables, which are topped with pendant lamps. The windows reach from the ceiling almost all the way to the garnet floor, screened by a black, geometrically shaped metal grate.:m]]