One old favorite and one new one were named as two of the best of the city in Atlanta magazines 'Best Of' winners.
Sunday, December 9, 2012
Friday, December 7, 2012
The annual 'best of' of contest named a Dunwoody favorite eatery and one that just moved in.
Dunwoody's eateries received a couple of mentions in Atlanta magazine's 'Best Of' Atlanta edition.The edition hasn't been released on-line yet, but Patch took a look at the paid, digital edition.
Monday, October 15, 2012
Georgetown's new gourmet burger place might not be white-tablecloth dining, but it hits what it's aiming for - good food and unpretentious, comfortable dining.
The trendy Farm Burger restaurant is aiming to bring hip back to the Georgetown Shopping Center. Don't get me wrong, the shopping center is on the way up anyway. There's the newly refurbished Kroger - completed a few months ago - and that's real nice. Good produce, tile flooring, Boar's Head sandwiches, the works. But grocery stores aren't really entertainment or something to do at night. The new Farm Burger falls more squarely into that category. The franchises in Decatur and Buckhead built a name for the local chain, which focuses on local ingredients and enviro-friendly concepts. Think grass-fed beef, and fryer oil that is recycled into bio-diesel fuel. They use reclaimed building materials as well. The result: the feel is homey and …
Thursday, September 13, 2012
The popular eatery is under construction in the Georgetown shopping center with Kroger.
Farm Burger, the popular eatery that started in Dectaur, is on track to open a store with Morelli's Ice Cream in the Georgetown shopping center with Kroger. "Two maybe two and a half weeks and we are there," according to their blog on the progress of the construction. The restaurant, also located in Buckhead, will make its first venture outside the Perimeter. They specialize in fresh ingredients and local, grass-fed beef. The menu for the restuarants, also on their blog, features the "farm burger" with aged Vermont cheddar and carmelized onions.