My mom found this place on her own last month and she’s been back every week. With us in tow. This neighborhood bar is a collaboration among well-known folks. It’s a cozy place with great, inexpensive food, and a semi-extensive beer menu to boot.
Beef Brisket with Saffron Risotto. A must try. The fork-tender, melt-in-your-mouth beef has a sweetish glaze. The risotto is to-die-for: creamy, perfect texture, saffrony taste. The red pepper sauce is a little rich which works perfectly with the beef and risotto.
Spicy Spaghetti. My mom’s favorite. Lots of tender seafood atop al dente pasta in a spicy red pepper sauce. Delicious.
Braised Beef Napoleon. Tender, pulled beef brisket atop ciabatta bread. Housemade savory steak sauce. Crispy fried onion strings. This isn’t your typical sandwich. It was so good.
Fish ‘n Chips. Two large pieces (or more) of beer battered cod. The fish is so clean tasting. Oh, and the seasoned fries are amazing.
Korean Short Rib Taco. Meh. There isn’t anything Korean about this. It is cloyingly sweet. Stick with the sandwiches and entrees instead.
Overall, a great addition to the neighborhood. Large portions, inexpensive food (entrees average $13), great ambiance, and fantastic service.
2836 La Vista Rd
Decatur, GA 30033