CityGuide - 8 places to eat and run near the Beltline
Where to refuel when you're on the go
Photo credit: Eric Cash
By Stephanie DazeyFriday July 3, 2015 04:00 am EDT
OK, so you’re on the Beltline — dodging dog walkers, rollerbladers, little kids on scooters, etc. — and all of sudden, hunger strikes. You’re miles from home, but you need to eat or drink immediately. Here are eight Beltline-convenient spots to refuel with the quickness and then be on your merry way.
Suburbanites weary of schlepping to Midtown for a little scenester action can now trot over to their very own hot spot. The concise menu is a close fusion of Mexican tradition and American inclination: hone in on the guac, the queso fundido with chorizo, the beef cheek tacos and ceviche.
Through her newest venture, the Indian-inspired bakery/cafe Spice to Table, chef/owner Asha Gomez invites guests to expand their knowledge of Indian food (an ancient, geographically vast, and incredibly diverse cuisine) beyond buffet tikka masala. The cafe serves lunchtime offerings that change dail...
Ford Fry's intown Tex-Mex eatery serves Austin, Texas-influenced fare cooked partly on wood-burning grills. Superica offers an indoor/outdoor patio with a bar and stage for live music. Expect to see tamales, enchiladas, tacos, and margaritas on the menu.
Our favorite hometown honky bitch, author Hollis Gillespie, came up with "The 5 Absolute Worst Thanksgiving Day Dishes" for her Shocking Real Life Writing Academy newsletter. Now we all have our own weird little food quirks, but very few sound as unappetizing as Thanksgiving sushi. Thanksgiving sushi? Really? That's just gross.
1. Bacon Mug: This is a giant mug made of fried bacon and filled...
While the Hawaiian alphabet only has 12 letters, five vowels and seven consonants, dishes with Hawaiian flair can leave you scratching your head. Yet the Hawaiians are on to something when it comes to BBQ, creating the most tender and moist pork using to the islands’ traditional kālua (KA-lua) baking method.