Category Latin American

Takorea – Dunwoody, GA

Here’s a report from a recent visit to the Dunwoody location of Takorea, which is located in the middle of the Kroger parking lot at Chamblee-Tucker and 285.  I’ve eaten there several times over the last two years, most recently when our daughter had her daughter at Northside – and we’d come to visit, with […]

Garbo’s Grill – Key West, FL

On our day of food in Key West, we shopped and ate our way down DuVal Street.   We had our first lunch, of a wonderful lobster roll at DJs Clam Shack, and about two hours later we had arrived for second lunch.   Garbo’s Grill is another Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives find, housed in […]

Nueva San Salvador Bakery – Hiram, GA

Even with it having been open for over a year (they opened in November 2016), I had no idea that we had a Salvadoran restaurant in Hiram.  But, on Saturday, when I ran to Office Max to pick something up, there was Nueva San Salvador Bakery, in the same strip mall.  I got so excited, […]

Cuban Delights 

Months back, I saw a sign, on the side of truck, parked on the side of the road, as I was heading up 278 from Dallas saying “Cuban Food”.  My immediate thought was “where?”  Then, several months later I decided to  turn down the road and look for it and there it was, on the […]

The Stand – Phoenix, AZ

Coming into Arizona from the east coast during the 8 months or so when they’re on Pacific time, always makes eating a challenge.  By the time we landed, got a car and were on the road, it was both time for dinner (6:30 locally) and time for bed (9:30 at home).  I made the executive […]

Casa Grande – Austell, GA

For the last several months, I had noticed Casa Grande Bar and Grill in front of the theatre at the intersection of East-West Connector and Powder Springs Road.  It always seemed to be busy, but I figured it was just another Mexican restaurant.  On this Sunday afternoon, we decided to give it a try.  The […]

Sabor Inka – Norcross, GA

Heading out for lunch on lone wolf Thursday, I was looking for something new. I headed down Pleasant Hill Road towards 29, a stretch of road on which I usually don’t drive.  Then I saw the sign above, with a banner underneath it that said that they were now open seven days a week, and […]