340 Upper Riverdale Rd
Jonesboro, GA 30236
Phone: (770) 991-0069
Fax: (678) 519-1390
340 Upper Riverdale Rd, Jonesboro, GA, US, 30236
- Phone: (770) 991-0069
- Fax: (678) 519-1390
In the cluster of restaurants in and around Atlanta, Taquería La Oaxaqueña definitely stands out for serving authentic cuisine from the Mexican region, Oaxaca. The decor is kept minimalistic, but the delicious food makes up for this simplicity. The menu comprises tacos, quesadillas, burrtios, soups, tortas and tamales, all made with fresh vegetables and traditional ingredients. Thought the popular favorite, here, remains the tortillas that are best relished with the variety of salsas served at their salsa bar. They also have a kids menu for the little ones, thus making a delightful experience for the entire family.
At Skyboxx Restaurant & Sports Bar good times rock till late into the night. Eat your meal at leisure and if you are a sport fanatic then patch with your gang and revel at the sports bar with your choice brew, pub fare while watching that crucial match on the projector screens or the big TVs. Enjoy the Thursday Karaoke nights and DJs on Friday and Saturday nights. Skyboxx is noteworthy not only for its entertainment but also for its appealing menu which is vast from wings, burgers, fries to Baby Back ribs and fried catfish and much more. There is always something for everyone here. If you want a great time along with fabulous food and drinks when in Morrow, head to Skyboxx for a rocking time.
Bentleys are the reference-point for steaks in the city. Located in The Westin Atlanta Airport, the restaurant serves up delicious versions of USDA Steaks and scrumptious seafood in an fine dining ambiance. Tuck into Silverton Lamb and South Australian Lobster, among other specialties, grilled to your preference. The wine list of over 150 labels have won accolades aplenty. The contemporary setting is punctuated with fine art painting that don the walls and chic accents paint a picture of understated elegance. Signature Georgian hospitality make for a casual yet upscale experience.
This terrific upscale cafe concept is a welcome addition to the Atlanta dining scene. Come for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a tasty pick-me-up. Patrons split themselves just about evenly between sit-down and take-out orders, but the dining area is pleasant, if also somewhat simply decorated. The restaurant offers hot entrees like quiches, pot pies, soups and designer pizzas in addition to delicious breads, pastries and desserts. The lunch soup menu is extensive, and the salads, sandwiches and fruit plates are popular.
Volare Wine and Bistro is a family-owned restaurant that brings the best of Mediterranean classics to Hapeville. Its vivid scarlet chairs contrast with its deep gray ceiling and bar. Its walls are adorned with shelves of wine bottles, stored in a slanting position to ensure its proper preservation. Sparkling lamps cast a golden glow over its wooden tables and flooring. Guests can savor starters such as Roasted Mixed Olives, a blend of rosemary, thyme, orange zest, roasted pepper and chili. This is followed by mains like Portuguese Style Mussels, Stuffed Salmon and Tuscan Ribeye. Finish your meal with dessert such as cheesecake or a coconut chocolate cake. Wine and beer connoisseurs will be delighted with their eclectic selection, including the Jailhouse Misdemeanor beer, the South African Frog Hill Chenin Blanc and the French Sancere Les Coutes.
Pit Boss is routinely called the best smokehouse in town, but that means a little more coming from barbecue-crazy Atlanta residents. Owners Wade and Tacy McSwain have created a savory sensation that keeps locals flooding through the doors for the delectable dishes that are smoked using a signature blend of oak and pecan wood chips. The menu is fairly basic - chicken, pork, turkey and beef. Also on the offer are the conventional run of soul food favorites like collared greens, mac and cheese and baked beans. The rib tips are one of the favorites here, so order up soon before they run out!
Located just off Highway 23, on the Cedar Grove Road, the Southern Comfort welcomes all weary travelers and seekers of a cool drink and Southern hospitality to partake in their splendid offerings. A typical honky-tonk, the bar-cum-restaurant presents country music artists from all over the U.S on a regular basis. Besides the music, Southern Comfort serves up scrumptious delights like the Philly Cheese Steak, a ten-ounce Rib-eye dinner, and hamburgers.
Malone's is a mass-appeal steak and seafood location just around the corner from the Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Hotel. Featuring a lineup of American and Southern standards, the menu can occasionally lose focus in face of the sheer number of dishes available at Malone's, but the definite highlights such as the fried green tomatoes, aged steaks and queso dip keep dedicated patrons coming back. Arguably the most impressive aspect of Malone's is the beer selection, consisting of a line of standard domestic and import bottles as well as a huge selection of 17 micro-brews from across the country. With an airport-adjacent location and plentiful seating for groups and private functions, Malone's is a great spot for a quick casual meal, business or no.
For local tradition, few places in Atlanta can hold a candle to Spondivits. While the food is great, it's the party atmosphere and smiling faces that have set the place apart for the past 20 years. Among its credentials, the menu includes shellfish, gumbo and clam chowder as the people's choice for tastiest in Atlanta. The seafood is tops, while good salads, burgers and beef entrees round out the choices. Full and lively bar service is available.
Zab-E-Lee is Atlanta's best bet for Thai cuisine. Patrons are well-aware that the cooking is fresh, authentic and pretty terrific. Located conveniently near the airport for those wanting to catch a good meal instead of airline food, it works out quite reasonably. Not much in the way of fancy decor here, just unpretentious Asian specialties with oodles of flavor and spice.
Located in a historic building, this wonderful restaurant was originally a feed store called J.D. Smith Grain. The restaurant stays true to its roots with upscale southern barn decor along with contemporary furniture. The Feed Store serves modern twists on traditional southern dishes like Coca-Cola Baked Beans and the BBQ Quail Deviled Eggs. The seasonal menu means that your favorite summer dishes may not be there if you return in winter, but no matter what you order you can guarantee it will be delicious.
Barbecue Kitchen keeps guests coming back with their authentic Southern-style home cooking and friendly service. If you're looking for something fussy and upscale, this smokehouse isn't for you. The interior is sparse, almost institutional, but fill it with locals happily chowing down and chatting away and the spirit of the place comes to life. There are about ten entree options such as roasted chicken, meatloaf and ham hocks, and each entree comes with three vegetable sides. Best of all, Barbecue Kitchen happily provides free "refills" on all their veggies. Be advised, the restaurant is cash only.