Waffle House

4852 Old National Hwy
College Park, 30337
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(404) 767-4116

Diners, Breakfast & Brunch, American (Traditional)

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Bole Ethiopian Restaurant

1650 Virginia Ave
College Park, 30337
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I haven't eaten Ethiopian food very often, this place was awesome! Had the combo platter with the spicy lamb :) Ps don't eat the green little hot peppers (my boyfriend says eat the peppers)
I give this restaurant a one, hostess didn't really explain nothing, food way over priced, some of my food was cold, don't know if the eat food like this in their culture, menu needs to be updated with more real pictures so customers can see before ordering
This was a really good place. The Assa Dullet and the injera was perfectly cooked and super flavorful. It seems to be set up for parties and takeout, but it was warm and welcoming and run by native peoples, and you can't beat that. Will definitely be returning!

(404) 549-9111

Ethiopian

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The Pecan

3725 Main St
College Park, 30337
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Visiting Atlanta and must return to this restaurant before I head back home. We started with one of the best Lemon Drop cocktails I've ever had. The Blackened shrimp and pepper jack grits were nothing less then wonderful- a culinary internal hug. I'll be back before I leave ATL!
I am a self proclaimed food critic soooo here goes. I really enjoyed the atmosphere. Our server Broc was fabulous great smile and very attentive. We sampled a couple appetizers the pecan shrimp and a seafood filled wonton. The wonton was great! The shrimp lacked the same attention to flavor. For our entrees we had surf and turf and added in the blacked shrimp. Again the shrimp just failed to achieve that umm umm good expectation. The absolute highlight of the meal was in the preparation of the steak. It was prepared in an amazing basalmic reduction that brought joy to my taste buds. And then topped off the meal with with the oh so good sweet potato and pecan pie. Both were tasty. Over all portion sizes were good sides were standard. Could have kicked up the "haricot verts" if your going to use the proper term for green beans they need to be a little bit better. Annnnd the crab cake was big but needed some more attention to flavor, also BUT overall good experience and would go back.
My wife and I just arrived from Arizona and walked 2 miles from our hotel to have a meal here based on the reviews. My wife had the prawns and I had the pecan chicken, both were excellent! Service by far exceeded my expectations and our young waiter Sedgwick was awesome. We finished off our dining experience with pecan pie and peach cobbler. Both were excellent.

(404) 762-8444

American (New)

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1900 Grill

1900 Sullivan Rd
College Park, 30337
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Let's be honest. Unless you're a guest of this hotel (maybe you're a corporate road warrior, maybe you're an airline professional, maybe you're a Frolicon attendee...). Unless you're one of these things, you're not likely to ever grab a meal at this place. I mean really, given the location of this hotel, 1900 Grill will likely never be much of a dining destination. The food is good. Even if the prices are clearly geared to an audience with corporate expense accounts (I'm talking like 100% markup over other establishments for the same meal). But as I was saying, the food is good. I had a bleu-cheese burger for lunch that was very nicely done. Medium, just the way I wanted it. Someone in the kitchen is clearly really good at what they do. All sorts of lunch and dinner meals that are prepared and presented very nicely. The breakfast buffet is sort-of average--exactly the sort of thing that you'd expect from a hotel--but if you want eggs, sausage, a biscuit or two, and maybe some bacon and potatoes, you could do worse. Plus, someone here is making home-made gravy. But this last paragraph is the most important thing I have to say about 1900 Grill: I have to give these people some serious credit for providing real attention to service. They work hard to make their guests happy. Staff took very good care of us. Professionals, every last one of them. I know a few restaurants that could take lessons from these people.

(770) 997-1100

American (Traditional)

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Club E Cafe

3707 Main St
College Park, 30337
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(404) 647-2233

Cafes, Coffee & Tea

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Allstarz Sportsbar

4847 Old National Hwy
College Park, 30337
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After wandering around the Southside looking for a place to eat after 10pm on a Monday, this good ol' faithful Yelp led me to AllStarz. And I'm glad. The menu is quite extensive. Too extensive for my hungry belly to absorb. So, after sitting at the bar, I quickly chose the Turkey Burger and the guy got the Chicken Quesadilla. As we waited, I noticed they had Peach punch [y'know, the amazing, sugary kind you find at American Deli.], so the bartender made me a "Georgia Peach." It included a few liquors and the peach punch. Was it bomb? Uh, yea. When our food came out, I had to request that the guy taste my burger, because there was no way that big ol' thing was turkey. But, sure enough. It was. Looked like a whole pound of meat. Was it bomb? Uh, yea. He says his quesadilla was good, but I was too stuffed to attempt to take a bite. Anyway, I said all that to say yes to AllStarz. I'll add a star when I try a few more drinks and more on the menu.
WOW! Great FOOD! I had the stuffed Turkey Burger and steamed broccoli, Amazing, and Unexpected. Friendly service, reasonable price. I will be back!
It's bar food but it's pretty good and consistent. The servers are nice and prices are reasonable. The only problem I have is its never many women there besides the staff.

(404) 765-9222

Sports Bars, American (New)

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Barbecue Kitchen

1437 Virginia Ave
College Park, 30337
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The brisket was the best I have ever had. The beans were savory and delicious. The corn muffins melted in my mouth. Just such delicious barbecue. You can't go wrong with eating here.
Classic Southern meat and three! Biscuits and corn muffins were amazing, just like grandma used to make. Country fried steak was fork tender, mashed potatoes were made from actual potatoes and the fried okra was fresh and delicious. Don't get me started on the peach cobbler. Portion sizes are extremely generous. Service was everything you'd expect from this style of restaurant, courteous and warm.
Loved this place. Southern charm, great food, fast service. It's like having a home cooked meal. I had the meat, 2 vegetables , and cobbler meal. For the size, should have been twice the price. The brisket I had was well smoked with a great smoke ring, but was not dried out. The squash and onions were excellent and the sweet potato souffle was sweet perfection. While I really enjoyed the peach cobbler, it had a strong nutmeg flavor. It was very good, but a little different than I was anticipating. If you are looking for a good southern meal, this place certainly needs to be on your list

(404) 766-9906

Barbeque, Breakfast & Brunch

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This Is It! BBQ & Seafood

6045 Old National Hwy
College Park, 30349
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(678) 827-8500

Barbeque, Seafood, Soul Food

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Happy Buddha Restaurant

1457 Virginia Ave
College Park, 30337
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(404) 762-0412

Chinese

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Crab Pot

2678 Godby Rd
College Park, 30349
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Generally on my birthday, my mother and I have lunch someplace and this years birthday lunch took place at the College Park Crab Pot. We went with the $12 crab leg special, which comes with a cluster of crab legs, red potatoes, shrimp and a boiled egg. We added two additional clusters, added two pineapple lemonades ($2 each) and our $24 lunch jumped in price to $47. They have their own garlic seasoning they use on the food and I found the crab legs and shrimp to be really tasty. The potatoes were overcooked but still had lots of flavor, the boiled egg threw me off and I asked a lady behind the counter what was the deal with the boiled egg and she replied, we're from the south and that's how we do it. Now, I'm from the south too, so that made me ask, so its suppose to be like a deviled egg and she said No, its just the way we do it. I decided not to inquire further, because that tells me she doesn't know the purpose of the boiled egg either. Business was very brisk for a Thursday afternoon during lunch time. Their voice-mail does include the operating time, but it also states they can close early if they run out of food. I mention that because I returned on Saturday, and as I made my way to the counter, the gentleman in front of me in line, turned around and said, they are out of crab legs. It was 2:30 in the afternoon. Thankfully, I wasn't there for crab legs. I returned on Saturday because they have garlic pig feet on the menu board, but when we were there on Thursday, the man behind the counter said they offer that dish on Saturday and my mom was insisting that she try those. Saturday, I called ahead and was told they did have the pigs feet, and they were not taking any phone orders. Once I arrived, I could understand why, the line was out the door, no exaggeration. There were at least 20 people inside waiting for food, and six people standing around outside waiting for their orders to be ready. They have four or five tables, so if its slow enough you can eat here, but if its busy as it was on Saturday, then eating in would be a bother for me, because I wouldn't won't people standing over me while I'm trying to eat everybody on their cell phones, sneezing etc.....in addition, people are sitting at the tables waiting on their food, and they aren't likely to move because you want to sit down and eat. Please note this spot is in the hood, and it has a hood attributes to it.....to name a few ....It was hot as heck in here. Not sure if the A/C was turned up high, or just with all the people and food cooking it heats the place up, but both days the place felt incredibly warm to me and I asked several times, why is it so hot in here?? Secondly, both time the TV was turned to MTVRaps and there was no way I was about to ask anyone to turn the TV down or change the channel, you don't go in and get the feeling that any extra accommodations to the guest will be taken into consideration, and no one else seemed bothered by rap music blasting out at them, so I rocked to the songs and knew and kept eating. They also have blue crabs and I think the menu board says you can get them fried. Either way, I plan to return because I want to try those garlic blue crabs. Like another poster said...you can tell its good because of the number of people waiting to get their food.
Good food...but GHETTO! I had the shrimp po boy and wanted a coke to wash it down but they were out. Ok I'll take a Sprite nope no sprite either. The cashier walked down the sidewalk & came back with a pineapple soda. Aaaah no maam no thank you. I've gone there again and stood in line 30 minutes to receive my call in order. Definitely need more people with some organization skills to keep the line moving and in an orderly fashion.
I have been watching this place post some of the best looking seafood on their Instagram page @iamthecrabman_ Let me tell you it did not disappoint. I took a Lyft ride over to Old National to check this place out. It sits on the right side of the Flea Market on Godby Road. I got there Bout 1:15. People were waiting for their food and also eating at the picnic tables. Their was a group of older ladies in there swooning over their crab legs and taking pics. I asked one lady hiw was it. She was smacking so hard and locking her fingers she answered without having to tell me. She said it was seasoned very well. Just what I wanted to hear. You order your food at the register to the left if the counter. I stood in the pickup line for a few minutes before I realized this. I was absorbed with folks asking for the lemonade. I got two. Real good and a sugar over load. I ordered my food with the owner. He was a little distracted but I understood because he was keeping everything flowing. I ordered the $12.99 crab pot. This includes two snow crab clusters, shrimp, potatoes, corn and boiled eggs. I also ordered the Fried Conch with potatoes which was $10. The young man with the pretty smile got me my food and made some small talk about how much I will like their food. He wasn't wrong. I had to taste the conch before I left the place. So good. Yes the previous reviews are correct. It's cook to order, it's a hood spot, you have wait but so what. You wait for good things and I love hood spots that are not chains. The food was good, plentiful and most of all at a good price. In Philly that platter was $20 and that was years ago. I just wish they had dungeness crab. Then I really would be in heaven. Loved this spot.

(404) 761-6777

Seafood

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