End of summer? One can hope, anyway. It's been slow posting for me the last few months. Many reasons for that, being busy this summer with things that don't involve having fun with food and wine is part of it. However, some pics of things from the last few weeks.
The General Muir last week and had another very good meal. The double stack cheeseburger is pretty righteous. It's fast-food-ish, and sloppy, in a good way.
El Rey del Taco on Buford Highway. Best tacos in town? Perhaps. I won't disagree. They are legit and only about $2 each.
Sun in My Belly more often. I live right down the road, the place has a homey-bohemian vibe, and I have had nothing but solid experiences with each visit. $10 corkage fee is a great feature, too. Last week, the salmon on couscous was right on.
Westbrook. The Gose (pronounced Go-suh) is made in the style of a sour German wheat beer. It's salty and sour and acidic. I didn't love it. Too much like a sour cider for my palate. I hear that people who like sour beer love it. To each their own, I suppose.
Jean-Francois Merieau. This Sauvignon Blanc did not disappoint. At $16 around town, it is a nice buy.