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DINNERS ON A DIME: Neighborhood Eats

DINNERS ON A DIME: Neighborhood Eats

ATLANTA, Ga. – This week, Dinners on a Dime features favorite affordable, neighborhoods eats. Every Tuesday Where U Live will choose four favorite eats in your area for you to take your family and friends for a fabulous meal, under $20.

Agave, the southwestern eatery and tequila bar in the historic Cotton Mill general store offers a two for one appetizer special for bar patrons from 5:00 until 7:00 p.m. every Sunday-Thursday. This neighborhood hub boasts an impressive roster of signature items that keep the crowds coming. Menu items are moderately priced and for $20, guests can enjoy a drink and an entrée. Agave is located at 242 Boulevard Southeast in Atlanta.

Dining Out for Life

Dining Out for Life

If you ever wanted an excuse to eat out, it would be to support the efforts of Dining Out for Life, an annual community fundraising event involving the generous support and participation of corporate sponsors, restaurant communities nationwide, dedicated community volunteers, and the thousands of citizens that will dine out on Wednesday April 27, 2011 at participating restaurants. 

The 19th Annual Dining Out for Life in Atlanta will benefit Open Hand a non-profit organization that helps to deliver over 5,400 nutritious meals daily to men, women and children who are living below the federal poverty level and strives to empower our neighbors to live healthy, independent lives.

Doc Chey's unviel new weekly special

Doc Chey's unviel new weekly special

ATLANTA – As they do, every week, Doc Chey’s has announced their weekly special. This week, for $9, visitors can enjoy their Shrimp Tacos which include panko crusted shrimp, Vietnamese slaw and sesame chili aioli.

Also, for $9, guests can try the DanDan Special, which is composed of egg noodles, peanuts, sprouts, pork, onions and black bean sauce.

Every Shrimp Taco order comes with three tacos.

Doc Chey’s is located 563 Memorial Drive across from Oakland Cemetery.

Please help support Vox Teen Communications by eating out tonight at Doc Chey's

Please help support Vox Teen Communications by eating out tonight at Doc Chey's

Please help support Vox Teen Communications by eating out tonight at Doc Chey's in Grant park from 5pm to 10pm.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to VOX.

For those, who are not familiar with the organization, check out what VOX does:

http://www.voxrox.org/blog/about-us/about-us/

VOX Teen Communications is a non-profit youth-development organization located indowntown Atlanta, GA, dedicated to giving teens the skills and resources to raise their voices about issues that most matter.

FOOD REVIEW: West Egg Café, West Midtown, Atlanta GA

FOOD REVIEW: West Egg Café, West Midtown, Atlanta GA

Brunch, as you may have surmised, has become one of our favorite meals and West Egg Café does brunch right! These omelet were cooked to perfection, the ingredients were fresh and the presentation was very good. Melanie said the grits reminded her of the Creamy Dreamy Grits from Flying Biscuit Café. My skillet potatoes were like none other!

Atlanta BeltLine hosts volunteer kick-off at Front Page News

Atlanta BeltLine hosts volunteer kick-off at Front Page News

ATLANTA -- (submitted by Atlanta Beltline) The Atlanta BeltLine has a huge presence at neighborhood festivals around the city each year. With the help of our wonderful volunteers we were able to provide Atlanta BeltLine information at over 14 festivals last year. Do you want to be a part of the excitement? Join us as at our Volunteer Kick-off event and learn more about upcoming volunteer opportunities and how you can be involved.
 
Already a volunteer? Come to get/refresh your Atlanta BeltLine 101 training, sign-up for festivals and mix and mingle with staff and other volunteers.

Please RSVP to Sharron Sylvain, sharron@atlbeltlinepartnership.org
When:
Tuesday, March 22, 2011 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Where:
Front Page News, 351 Moreland Ave, Atlanta, 30307


FOOD REVIEW: Ria’s Bluebird, Grant Park, Atlanta GA

FOOD REVIEW: Ria’s Bluebird, Grant Park, Atlanta GA

We were down this way not long ago on a visit to Oakland Cemetery and I promised myself we’d come back to try Ria’s Bluebird. Every time we’ve gone past Ria’s Bluebird it’s been packed and this day was no exception. We waited about 20 minutes and we were seated with coffee right away.

The atmosphere is warm and inviting and the staff could not have been nicer. We both ordered omelettes and they arrived much more quickly than we had expected.