Soup Restaurant Deals in Atlanta
Feel warm island breezes waft over you, a kiss from the Caribbean right here in downtown Atlanta, when you visit Mangos Caribbean Restaurant. Bask in the glow of this offer and receive great service and authentic Caribbean dishes from the local eatery. Located in the very heart of downtown Atlanta, Mangos Caribbean Restaurant is the perfect mix of ambience, great service, and excellent Caribbean food. With delicious offers like Curry, Jerk, or Brown Stew Chicken; Red Snapper, Tilapia, and Kingfish; Curry Goat and Oxtails; plus scrumptious sides like Fried Plantains and Kalallo Pattie; you’ll be pleasantly befuddled, confused by the clearly Caribbean-flavored messages from your tongue contradicting your absolutely Atlanta locale.
Truth: a good neighborhood Thai joint is hard to come by. And the quest to single out that one charming little diamond-in-the-strip-mall-rough is no easy task. But when the search ends with a cozy spot that whips up a mean pad-see-ew, is beloved for its creamy coconut cake, and was recently bestowed with an award of excellence from the Thai Ministry of Commerce for serving up truly authentic grub? To the victor go the spoils, we say. Devout Thai lovers of Sandy Springs sniffed out Little Thai nearly a decade ago, leading them to an intimate spot hidden just behind the hubbub of Roswell Road. And thanks to the Thai cook, who's spent three decades perfecting the art of the cuisine, Little Thai's steamy, spicy fare has elicited all kinds of adoration from fans both big (see aforementioned Thai Select Premium Award) and small. No, really! Just ask owner Rick to show you the restaurant's love letter penned by a loyal eight-year-old fan, who really loves the Tom Kha soup (and who surely has a future in food writing). But Little Thai's mad skills don't stop with the curry list. While the basil eggplant duck is definitely worth indulging in, the new specials are leaps and bounds beyond typical Thai fare. The light, refreshing avocado mango rolls are a good example. Of course, we learned we'll want to save a tiny little sliver of our appetite for dessert, specifically, for a slice of Little Thai's famous coconut cake. Pro-tip: the kitchen only makes two cakes each day, and it almost always sells out of slices before the night's end, so it's best to act swiftly. That bad boy deserves an award all by itself. Menu Highlights: Avocado Mango Rolls (Fried or Steamed), $9.50 Shrimp in Blanket, $7.95 Tom Kha Gai Soup, $4 Pad-See-Ew, $12 - $14 Masaman Curry, $13 - $15 Cashew Nut Stir Fry, $13 - $15 Hours: LUNCH: Monday - Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. DINNER: Monday - Thursday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday & Saturday, 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Sunday, 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
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Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Valid for lunch or dinner • Entire value must be used in a single visit
With this deal, you can sit down to a creative entrée like the Mexican Soup -- shrimp, tilapia, and calamari in a homemade broth served with rice and avocado slices: • $10 for $20 to spend on food and drink • Menu features steak fajitas, taco and beer platters, chorizo dip, and more • Woodstock spot hosts live music on Thursday and karaoke on Saturday Tacos & Beer Mexican Restaurant's Website | Facebook
Work toward advancing your career by enrolling in a professional-development program from Restaurant and Bar Industry Training on Auburn Avenue: $150 ($300 value) for a bartending or bar-and-restaurant-management training course $225 ($450 value) for a management training course Certification granted to students who pass the final examThe bartending training course includes 40 hours of training on basic chef and kitchen management training, code enforcement, inventory tracking, and more. The bar-and-restaurant-management training course includes 40 hours of training on waiting tables, bartending, hospitality, code enforcement, cleanliness, and more. The management training course covers the content of both the Front of the House and Back of the House programs.
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Vouchers can be redeemed Monday, June 17, through Dec. 17, 2013. Reservations are required. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. Gratuity and tax, if applicable, are not included. See Terms and Conditions for full details.
A "noble Southern treat" in College Park, The Pecan serves hearty homemade cooking Gayot calls "lovely" and "delightful." For $49, regularly $94, receive a three-course dinner for two. The restaurant takes its name from chef Tony Morrow's love of Southern cooking (his mother baked pecan treats for him in college). Try his menu at Pecan with a soup or salad each, two main courses (up to $30 each) and a shared dessert. Some of our favorite dishes include the oven-roasted buttermilk pecan chicken and fried catfish with pepper jack grits. Also receive 20% off any bottle of wine ordered with dinner. Or for $95, receive this same meal for four people -- a Southern-style dinner for less than $25 per person. Note: The excluded entrees can be purchased by paying the difference between the regular price of the dish and the $30 entree value (paid directly to the restaurant). Photos: Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn Terms and Conditions Vouchers can be redeemed Monday, June 17, through Dec. 17, 2013. Reservations are required and subject to availability. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. Valid for dine-in only. Seasonal items subject to change. Gratuity and tax, if applicable, are not included. Must be of legal drinking age to consume alcohol. This deal cannot be combined with any other offer. Must be used in 1 visit. Valid during merchant's operating hours.
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