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Review: Padriac’s – Vinings,GA


I’m about to break our number one rule and review a restaurant after a single visit.  I know the rule is to always give a place a second chance, but I’m making an exception in this case.  I will preface this by saying, Padriac’s is not bad, it’s just not good enough to eat there again, considering other eateries in Vinings.   I know its harsh, but if you’re just in need of a drink or an appetizer then Padriac’s will suffice, but if your looking for something to feed your “Southern Hunger” then this, over priced pub, is probably not for you.  Here’s what we thought of Padriac’s in Vinings,GA .

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Lunch Plate: Taqueria del Sol

If your the last person in Atlanta to have not experienced lunch at Taqueria del Sol, go ahead right now and get your car running while you read this.  This place has been a locals favorite for 10 years and hopefully many more to come.  The service is always friendly, and the ingredients always taste fresh and delicious.  For the lunch plate I always suggest the Fried Chicken Taco,  Carnita Taco, and a bowl of Shrimp Corn Chowder. The tacos are always seasoned just right with bright flavors, warm soft tortillas and the meat fillings are never dry or tough,  always tender and perfect.

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Season To Taste

I’m a Southerner.  Want to see my qualifications?  This is my cast iron skillet, inherited from my Grandmother, who taught me how to use it.  My grandmother was a true southern woman, who could cook anything.  I spent hours stirring, smelling, tasting, browning, roasting, grilling, sauteing, chopping, peeling, baking, cutting and eating under the education of my NaNa.  She taught me what it means to “Season To Taste”, which describes life in the South.

The Hungry Southerner is all about what happens when a group of people are experiencing Southern culture together.  This is an outlet for Southern Foodie’s to talk about ingredients, restaurants, chef’s, farms, and all things said while eating together.  So put on your seersucker suit, go season your cast iron skillet, and start soaking a pot of red beans welcome to The Hungry Southerner.


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