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Tuk Tuk Thai Buckhead

Tuk Tuk Thai Buckhead

Though touted as casual, Tuk Tuk maintains Taurus’s see-and-be-seen vibe, though the decor of the place has changed significantly. A Tuk Tuk (Thai taxi) is on display, Taurus’s reds have been changed to browns, and the hostess wears a traditional Thai silk dress

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Why do restaurateurs lease space where previous restaurants failed or closed?

Why do restaurateurs lease space where previous restaurants failed or closed?

Expert discusses pros and cons for taking over a shuttered restaurant space

Restaurants fail for numerous reasons: food quality, atmosphere, service, pricing, high COGS versus percentage of revenue, marketing, and of course location.

Many failed restaurant owners like to point the blame to the location only to be proven wrong when a restaurant succeeds in place of their failure, or to take comfort when another restaurateur joins them on the popular merry-go-round of restaurant failure.

We are all familiar with the properties around Buckhead, Midtown, and Downtown Atlanta where restaurants seem to changeover like the seasons (Glenn Hotel, Chima, Thirsty Dog Tavern, etc.).

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Fire Up Your Lunch With A Free Jalapeño & Cheddar Bk Stuffed Steakhouse Burger

Fire Up Your Lunch With A Free Jalapeño & Cheddar Bk Stuffed Steakhouse Burger

Burger King on Northside Drive is inviting fans in Atlanta to fire up their lunch with a free Jalapeño & Cheddar BK STUFFED STEAKHOUSE™ burger. Flavored from the inside out, this new stuffed sandwich has the taste of jalapeño and cheese in every bite.

Dine-in customers at the BURGER KING restaurant located at 1122 Northside Dr. this Friday, will be offered one free Jalapeño & Cheddar BK STUFFED STEAKHOUSE™ burger between 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. on Friday, January 28th, or while supplies last. In addition to free sandwiches and other giveaways, STAR 94 (WSTR-FM) will also be broadcasting live.

Available for a limited time only, this juicy, flame-broiled burger packs a fiery punch of flavor infused with bits of jalapeño peppers and Cheddar cheese and topped with creamy poblano sauce, ripe tomatoes and crisp lettuce all on a premium bakery bun.

Burger King is located at 1122 Northside Drive in Atlanta.

FOOD REVIEW: OK Café, Atlanta GA

FOOD REVIEW: OK Café, Atlanta GA

We both were a little skittish about even trying OK Café once we learned it was a diner but take heart, dear readers, another jewel has been discovered.

First, be prepared to wait. The good news? There is order – not chaos.

FOOD REVIEW: Gourmandises, Suwanee GA

FOOD REVIEW: Gourmandises, Suwanee GA

Snuggled discreetly at the end of strip mall in Suwanee (ITP folks, please GPS) is a wonderful French bistro known as Gourmandises.

As many Americans, we are unaccustomed to French cooking. I think primarily because of the lack of French restaurants in which we can experience this delight.

FOOD REVIEW: Tin Can Fish House & Oyster Bar, Sandy Springs, GA

FOOD REVIEW: Tin Can Fish House & Oyster Bar, Sandy Springs, GA

We’d been hearing good things about Tin Can Fish House & Oyster Bar for weeks and, being seafood lovers, we were dying to check it out.

Our time came however, at the end of a long day shopping and battling traffic for the last hour. To top it all off, the GPS left us in front of an Animal Clinic wondering how in the world with this type of technology it can still be so wrong? Fortunately, we called and they talked us down. Needless to say neither of us were in the best of moods when we walked in, but Ahmeed changed all of that.

FOOD REVIEW: Local Three Kitchen & Bar, Atlanta, GA

FOOD REVIEW: Local Three Kitchen & Bar, Atlanta, GA

Local Three is located on Northside Drive within a very nice set of office buildings and if not for the breadcrumb-like signs it’s doubtful we would have ever found this gem of a restaurant regardless of being at the address. Fortunately, someone’s utter genius realized that without additional signage we could not have found our way but their signs lead us right to the door and to true culinary bliss.

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