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Check out my latest in this week’s Creative Loafing

posted on September 17, 2008 at 5:14 am
Cheap Eats: Phnom Pehn
Walking into an unknown, empty restaurant is unsettling. You never know if you’ve stumbled onto a gem, or if you’re about to discover exactly why it’s empty. That’s how I felt on my first visit to Phnom Penh (4059 Lawrenceville Highway, Tucker; 770-493-3598), a hole-in-the-wall serving Cambodian (or Khmer) and Southeast Asian food. Click here to read the rest…


Mouthful: Ice cream drinks

CHAPMAN DRUG CO.: In this modern age of convenience and drive-thrus, there’s something comforting — and kitschy — about finding an authentic soda fountain inside an old-school, family-owned drugstore. Click here to read the rest…

Liquid Diet: Elliot Street Deli & Pub

AS REAL AS IT GETS: Ask any regular and he’ll tell you the brothers Jakob are the friendliest, most laid-back bar owners in town. The tiny bar — which used to be a crack house before its transformation into a bar/residence — is an intimate neighborhood pub where you don’t have to pretend you’re cooler than you actually are (photo courtesy of Elliot Street). Click here to read the rest…

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  • Re: Check out my latest in this week’s Creative Loafing
    posted by: Nicholas · September 17, 2008  2:09 PM

    Oh Elliot Street, how I Love you! This is my favorite hangover spot, you could go in there wearing a trash bag and snag some hair of the dog and nobody would think twice… and the sandwiches are WONDERFUL. Love how they serve them on butcher paper with no frills.

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