MARY MAC’S TEA ROOM | ATLANTA If you live in Atlanta, there’s a good chance that you’ve visited Mary Mac’s Tea Room and know all about the legendary restaurant’s colorful history, including its accolades for supporting the Civil Rights Movement.
Hard Rock Cafe | Atlanta The Hard Rock Cafe has always been a place to hear good live music, swap stories about that one time you might’ve spotted Prince at the mall (you didn’t) and ogle cool memorabilia like the
Jaleo | Washington, D.C. One glance at the extensive tapas and wine list, and you’ll be clear on why Jaleo has remained one of the District’s social hot spots for two decades. Nestled in burgeoning Penn Quarter in a roomy
Creperie La Saint-Georges | Rennes, France George Clooney is even tastier than I’d hoped. Unlike George Michael, here in a blend of ham, cheese, crème fraiche and mushrooms, my Clooney comes with tangy goat cheese, spinach, cucumber sorbet and basil.
Stir It Up | Atlanta The always-popular Atlanta fixture makes its new home in midtown and continues to serve beloved upscale Jamaican fare, which includes oxtails, ackee and saltfish, curry entrees, jerk chicken and other dishes with touches of Asian,
Chick-a-Biddy | Atlanta Located in the city’s popular Atlantic Station center, next to boutiques, bars and a deluxe movie theater, Chick-a-Biddy occupies a prime corner space, ideal for people watching as you chow down with friends— and chow down you