Some recent food and drink ramblings. The pollo perfecto from Superica in Krog Street Market. This chicken leg, with super crispy skin and rich, cinnamon-laden mole is probably the best thing I've had at Superica. I'd order it again tomorrow.
From a prior lunch visit to Superica, very solid barbacoa tacos. I like Superica, perhaps more with each subsequent visit. It appears that most of the east side of Atlanta likes Superica, too, judging from the size of the crowds on my last two visits.I hadn't been to The General Muir in about six month and had forgotten how much I love that place. We did all veggies dishes for dinner, a standout being the black lentils with charred cauliflower and yogurt above.
Bern's Steak House. What? Who flies to Tampa for two dinners at an old steak house? Thing is, Bern's is no ordinary steak house; they happen to have one of the largest and oldest wine cellars of any restaurant in North America. Think hundreds of thousands of bottles, with many bottles dating back to the early 20th century. It's a wine lover's dream. Like Disney World, for adults.