Month: January, 2015

Sweet Times at Sweet Potato Cafe

One morning I was out for my daily workout where I soon became hungry. Early that morning I was out walking Stone Mountain Park where I spotted this small cafe while leaving. The cafe was located in Stone Mountain Village across from an Art shop.
Me being who I am I was very curious and thinking with my stomach I convinced myself to give it a try. Before walking in this cafe it looks like a small single standing house, once you walk inside the atmosphere gives the down-home feeling that anyone would enjoy. Since it was my first visit I decided to be on the safe side and order a sweet potato biscuit. This biscuit wasn’t the same frozen jimmy dean breakfast that we all know and love. This biscuit was made out of sweet potatoes and the turkey sausage patty was freshly made with ground turkey. As soon as you take the first bite it’s nothing but heaven on a plate. I truly enjoyed this biscuit along with the fresh raspberries beautifully placed along side the sweet potato biscuit.
During my visit, not only was the food amazing but the staff did their part as well. Before leaving I was able to meet the chef of the cafe. She was very kind and made sure that I enjoyed my experience & wanted me to come again! This was truly a great good experience for me and I plan to go back very soon.

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A Night With Sza

For all my TDE fans, First Lady of TDE Sza will make an appearance here in Atlanta, Ga this Saturday, January 17th. Doors will open at 7, the event will start at 8pm. The concert opens up with KeithCharles Spacebar followed by a DJ set. This is an event that you don’t want to miss! Tickets are on sale online or any store that has a local ticketmaster kiosk.


My New Years at Yardhouse

For my NYE, my boyfriend and I decided to have dinner at Yardhouse which is located at Atlantic Station in Atlanta, Ga. I have visited this restaurant before but it was only for a brief moment and close to closing time. I had the chance to pick something from the menu & enjoy the atmosphere. Before walking in my fear was us having to wait to be seated for a long peril of time because of the holiday. Instead we only waited for 10 minutes and was immediately seated. Prior to this visit, I enjoyed what I saw as far as the selection on the menu & the atmosphere of the restaurant.
As I sat down I took the time to look around the place where I saw the wall Art, flat screen television for entertainment and the also the mood of the whole restaurant. I would say that I enjoyed my meal and my time there. Plus the bill wasn’t a bad price if I may add. I ordered the mushu eggrolls as my appetizer and a roasted turkey club as the main course. As far as the customer service, it was pretty good I would say. There wasn’t a long wait, our server was polite & accomodating, and the food was enjoyable. I plan to revisit & try the jambalaya!!

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