Check out my articles in this week’s issue of Creative Loafing

posted on May 14, 2008 at 8:42 am

Given the South’s love affair with any meat kissed by fire, Atlanta’s abundance of Korean barbecue restaurants is no surprise. Until recently, our Korean ‘cue options were limited to the grate suspended over charcoal or gas flames. Honey Pig (3473 Old Norcross Road, Duluth, 770-476-9292), however, has introduced our fair city to samgyeopsal jip, a pork-belly barbecue house where your meal is cooked on a cast-iron lid resembling an inverted wok. Read the rest here…

No trip to the U.K. is complete without feasting on the quintessential takeaway specialty of fish and chips. Trips to Europe are expensive these days, but that doesn’t mean you have to go wanting. While you won’t be eating them out of a newspaper wrapper — most governments have banned that practice due to health reasons, anyway — these local spots serve up solid versions minus the hassle of airport security. Read the rest here…

A staple in East Atlanta Village for 10 years, the Gravity Pub seems like your typical dive bar, but it lacks that “you’re not cool enough to be here” hipster vibe. This is a friendly neighborhood joint, kind of like the tattooed version of “Cheers.” When it comes to drinks, PBR and Jägermeister rule, but there are some decent draft beers such as Brooklyn Lager and Blue Moon. Read the rest here…

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