Mrs. Winner's Chicken & Biscuits nourishes hungry bellies with down-home comfort fare, such as juicy fried chicken, buttery biscuits, and hearty sides. Families and superhero alliances flock to Mrs. Winner's to divvy up heaping piles of fresh-fried golden chicken and wings doused in buffalo, barbecue, or lemon-pepper sauce. The chefs long for every guest to leave stuffed and satisfied, so they dish up ample portions of homestyle sides from baked beans to fried okra. Sips of Mrs. Winner's lauded sweet tea wash down breakfast-biscuit combos.
Quiznos is the original toasted sub. We have great tasting chef-inspired sandwiches and incredibly delicious and flavorful farmers market salads. Once you try a Quiznos sub, you will be hooked! Owner of the store liked Quiznos so much he bought not one, but 2 locations! Join us for lunch or dinner Mon-Sun
Sensual Rhythms Cafe’s name pays homage to the local bands that take the eatery’s stage as often as possible. While live music creates a lively atmosphere, the kitchen whips up tapas, seafood, soul fare, and burgers to keep the sound of growling stomachs from drowning out the music.
AJ's menu is brimming with turkey-based burgers, burritos, salads, and sandwiches. Load up on lean protein with the turkey philly, supplemented with green peppers, onions, mayo, and southwestern mustard ($4.95), or float fangs atop the turkey BBQ sandwich ($4.95)—which piles pulled turkey on a Texas toast, white, or wheat bun—to awaken mouth muscles tired from shouting into a megaphone. Customers can confuse taste buds with turkey tacos (2 for $2.95) or an unorthodox burger, available in regular, cajun, volcano, and veggie variants ($4.95). Turkey-free sides such as sweet-potato fries ($1.95) and green beans ($1.59) complement entrees as nicely as Tango does Cash.
With churrasco steaks, grilled red-snapper fillets, and shredded flank steaks rubbed with Cuban spices, it's hard to tell which dish earned Papi's Cuban & Caribbean Grill the tile of Best Cuban fare in 2010 and 2011 from the readers of Creative Loafing Atlanta. It could have been owner Rey Regalado’s recipe for pork marinade passed on from his father. Brought to America in a harrowing tale of escape from oppression, the signature sauce now trickles beneath layers of smoked pork, ham, swiss cheese, and dill pickles on the cuban sandwich or traditional masitas de puerco made with tender cubed pork. Selecting from a stash of family recipes, chefs fill plates with bold flavors and cap meals with such sweet treats as coconut flan and rice pudding. As the sun falls out of the sky on Fridays and Saturdays, live salsa music populates the dining room with toe-tapping beats and digestion-aiding rhythms.
Bench Warmers lures revelers with a sports-centric bar and anchors them in their seats with a mouthwatering menu stocked full of wings, burgers, sandwiches, salads, steaks, and pastas. Under the luminous glow of neon lights and big-game-beaming televisions, patrons can coronate their meal with an order of 10 chicken wings, cloaked in homemade blue-cheese or ranch dressing ($7.99), or accentuate an argument about John Wayne's given name with an appetizer of southwestern egg rolls ($7.99). Corned beef and grilled sauerkraut rest on palanquins of swiss cheese-topped rye bread to form palate-pleasing grilled reuben sandwiches ($7.99), and the lightly seasoned bench steak ($12.99) goes on the offense for a heavy, hunger-hitting lineup of gourmet entrees.