Category Archives: Athens

Athens Area Resturaunts.

Sakura

Athens officially has real Japanese food now.  Not just acceptable sushi, fusion, or hibachi.  Those are things housed within Japanese cuisine and I use housed loosely… I’m talking to you fusion and hibachi.  At any rate, Celebrate! Sakura is located in … Continue reading

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Sr. Sol

Every once in a while I like to do a truly easy review.  A review, if you will, where everyone already knows about the joint, but it’s just so good you can’t let it go unreviewed.  Sr. Sol is just this … Continue reading

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Yogurt Wars

Froyo places in Athens are becoming like Waffle Houses in the South.  It is totally plausible that you could see three of them at a four-way stop.  Since they all serve virtually the same flavors its hard to differentiate between them.  While … Continue reading

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White Tiger Gourmet

There is only one thing in this blogging life I hate more than writing a bad review.  I hate writing a good reviews about places people, should, but don’t know about.  White Tiger is one of those places. White Tiger is … Continue reading

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Kelly’s

While most of my posts are long-winded, over analyzing ramblings that seem to go on forever, I am trying to keep this one short and sweet.  Kelly’s is a lot of awesome food for very little money.  Kelly cooks and is an … Continue reading

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Big City Bread

I now refer to my first visit to Big City Bread as an exercise in why I should have given it a chance two years earlier.  I had stayed away from this place for quite some time because, in my mind, … Continue reading

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Cali N Titos

Living in Athens,Ga has its perks.  Lots of women, lots of bars, and lots of good BBQ.  However, sometimes its frustrating trying to find non southern, down home, double dawg deep fried cuisine.  That’s where Cali N Tito’s comes in. … Continue reading

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