Four Seasons Food Truck (information gathered 10/2014)
75 14th St NW #2100
Atlanta, GA 30309
Four Seasons Food Truck Tour
Oct 20 – 24 Mon – Fri 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Parking valet at Four Seasons
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Decided it would be best to explore Virginia Highlands a bit before I start my travels again. It’s frankly a part of town I rarely seem to be drawn to despite having a solid array of restaurants and bars; a charming part of Atlanta that I do hope to check out more. Chose two places that evening: Honey Bubble for their macaroon selection and Rosebud for some dinner. The better dishes in my mind were the Kobe burger and the crab cake on sweet potato hash. Really enjoyed the Gourmet Magazine art work on the wall (posted a photo on my instagram if you’re interested).
Thanks for coming by! 🙂
Rosebud (information gathered 2/2013)
1397 N Highland Ave NE
Mon – Fri 11:30AM – 2:30PM
Sat 10:00AM – 3:00PM
Sun 10:00AM – 4:00PM
Side street parking near and around the neighborhood.
Been wanting to come here for a while actually. It was one of the first places that caught my eyes while using the Chefs Feed app.But a really fun atmosphere with a sophisticated touch; great date place! That night I went with a small group and originally had a reservation for 9:30 on a Thursday, but decided to try our luck to get an earlier table. Was told that for busier nights it’s required to check-in with the bartender and check-in we did! Were able to snag a row of three stools around 8:45 and commenced our gastro-tour through some wonderful dishes. Favorite dish would definitely have to be Clam Chowder! Had some good bowls of the stuff, but this place’s chowder was wonderful! The biscuit was freaking impressive as well! Flaky as if it were rolled of filo dough and that little bit of honey was a nice touch. Besides the amazing decor, the service there was the best I’ve had in a while. Constant changing of utensils after each course, never had an empty water glass and the bartender Andrew was super friendly and helpful; learned a fun fact that the Wild Balon are unable to be farmed but must be harvested in the wild instead. A great time!
Island Creek Oyster Bar (information gathered 9/2012)
500 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
Mon – Sat 4:00pm – 1:00am
Sun 11:00am – 12:00am
Street parking or valet were the only things available. At the time of driving there, street parking was near impossible to find; valet is $16.