As noted in the previous post for Bleu House Cafe, Christine and I have been trying to hunt down the places in Georgia for macaroons. Since it was around lunch time, we grabbed a bite to eat then proceeded to Bleu House Market on the other side of the road. Much like how Bleu House Cafe specializes in a sit down lunch atmosphere, Bleu House Market allows you to bring that experience home, for Lunch and/or Dinner.
As we entered Bleu House Market, it definitely had that southern charm going for it. The blue walls (I keep wanting to type “bleu”) are just ever so calming and comforting. With our minds set to macaroons, we saw the glass case and were happy to see that they had macaroons! Well, I guess I should say macaroon (non-plural), as they only had their coffee variant left. Bought a few to try.
While paying for the macaroons, I got an impulsive urge to buy dinner home for the family. I had a nice chat with Chef Bryan Wyatt about what they do, his beginnings and what he would recommend taking home for a family of 4. He went on to list out some things, but what caught my attention was the special protein that day, smoked cornish game hen; sounded ever so darn good (tasted good too!). Some solid sides like the coleslaw and eggplant rollatini accompanied the hen and all that was definitely more than enough for a family of big eaters.
Next time you want a home cooked meal to-go, go check out Bleu House Market and let Chef Bryan Wyatt suggest some good eats to take home!
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Bleu House Market (information gathered 2/2013)
62 College St NW
Norcross, GA 30071
Mon – Fri 11:00am – 7:00pm
Sat, Sun Closed
Park at the gravel parking lot behind Bleu House Cafe or there’s some side street parking.
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