Okay technically they are not called fajitas here, so I ordered the pollo asado, grilled chicken. Here’s the deal, this place is packed with Hispanic people and me, good sign. The service is super fast. The chicken is really super tender and must have been marinated. The skin is crispy and so good! The salsa bar is very good. The sides are good too. Oh the salad was really good, iceberg lettuce, which can be yummy. Yes that is cheese dip in the background, also very good but too much food. Oh and the Coke, hecho en Mexico. If you haven’t had one give it a try, very sweet and very good!This place is winner winner chicken dinner!
Oh it is way up Buford Highway, right after Beaver Ruin. The conclusion is I need to try these small great mexican restaurants.
Tomorrow I will let you know somewhere great I discovered!
If I don’t find the BEST soon, I might just be burning myself out on Fajitas. Today it was Tacos & Tequilla. It is a lively place. Cool looking inside. I think they had a little trouble deciding who would be my waiter, but it was just a hiccup. So, I ordered queso and then the chicken fajitas and a lime and some jalepeno slices. I pour the jalepeno slices into the queso, and they were a little spicy, but made it really good! Out came the fajitas…Lots of onions and peppers and although the chicken was grilled and sliced, they were still pretty tender and juicy. This was very good, the best thing about these fajitas was the salsa. This is some great salsa. I am going to continue the quest. The next restaurant will be a hole in the wall. I will report later. Let me know if you have any suggestions.
Oh, they have 3 locations, Buckhead, Midtown and Cumming!
In my quest for the Best, I went to another chain, in East Cobb. It was a treck, but well worth it. I have eaten at Cheeky before, but only tacos and enchiladas. I really like their salsa, and so far their cheese dip is the BEST I have tried. It’s a melted white cheese with a pickled jalepeno puree (that is what put it over the top!)
Now to the main item, the fajitas, they were good, they had the most variety of veggies under the chicken. Zucchini, mushrooms, onions, and peppers were the veggies today. This was a really good fajita, the problem with this and many fajitas that are served in this fashion is that it is grilled and then sliced right afterward, so all the juices run out. They should serve it as one piece or cut it before it is grilled.
All in all it is a good fajita, you should try it. But, everything else I have had here has been very very good! They have 3 locations, East Cobb, Suwanee and Cumming.
The search continues! Give me some new ideas if you have them!
The Atlanta Braves played the San Diego Padres in a 12:10 game. It started out on a sour note. The traffic getting to the game is a atrocious. Is has not gotten any better over the years. But once you get there it is a breeze! The game day staff is welcoming and friendly. It is incredibly easy to go to a kiosk and order a ticket (tickets start at $8.00).
I found our seats, right in center field. They were great seats. My friend Jack Tyson once said, “There are no bad seats at Turner Field”, he is correct. There was a wonderful breeze. The breeze kept wafting the a wonderful aroma of burgers.
Holeman and Finch is a restaurant that at 10:00 each evening 24 hamburgers are prepared. Well they have two stands in the outfield. I had to see if the hype was for real. Okay, believe it, it was awesome, fabulous, out of this world! This cute guy took my order. Cheeseburger and fries, $12.00. Two beef patties with cheese and a great mustard, and pickles, and the buns, lightly toasted. Excellent!
This is a great StayCation activity, that all the kids and adults can enjoy.The crowd wasn’t huge but they really got into the game. Go enjoy and let me know what you think!
This 154 acre preserve lies in the heart of Emory University’s campus. My neighbor Will wanted to take my walking buddies and his pups (remember Catfish and Pumpkin?) to a park, because they had been so good last week.
We finally found it, and where to park, and how to get there. It was absolutely beautiful. At first we drove up to the President’s house. It was a gorgeous Tudor. Originally built by Walter Turner Candler, son of Coca Cola mogul Asa Candler. He purchased the land in 1925, 230 acres and called it Lullwater farms. He loved nature and wanted to preserve the forest part of it. He added in Candler lake, by damning up a stream, South Fork Peachtree Creek.
He had a horse track to run his horses on too, that is now the VA Hospital.
It was a beautiful day and the pups had a great time. You really need to check this one out. We will show some more parks for your “StayCation” this summer!
While the fajitas look great in the photos, sadly they were just okay. The chicken was not seasoned and just kind of bland. I have had them before and they were much better. I did order cheese dip, and that was great. (Have you ever had bad cheese dip?)
The cheese dip is the “glue” in the creation of the fajita. Sure you can try using refried beans but I have found the cheese works better in the taste equation. A touch of sour cream and guacamole really make it tasty too!
I will keep searching and keep reporting.
Give me any suggestions you would like to see. Thanks for reading!
Technically they don’t call them fajitas, but it’s a whole bunch of grilled chicken with tortillas (handmade). They bring you chips and salsa and pico de gallo, so, I just throw the pico into the salsa and it made it all so refreshing!
On this platter, there is chicken, a hotdog cut in half and has cheese melted on it, also, a jalepeno pepper stuffed with cream cheese and wrapped in bacon. You also get charros beans, scrumptious! Next time I will try the steak, it smelled heavenly.
Go and try it, let me know what you think. Muy bueno!