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Food Find: Pissaladiere at Alon’s

posted on February 4, 2007 at 7:00 am


I have been eating these things for a while now. I always get a couple after my Saturday (they are only available on Saturday and run out quickly) morning jaunts to Morningside. The crust is impossibly crispy and flaky. The tomatoes are tangy and sweet even though they are not in season. I suggest you heat them up for about 5 minutes at 300 degrees or just until they are crisp. They also offer onion and potato versions but the tomato is still my fave.

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Address: 1394 N. Highland Ave.
Phone: (404) 872-6000
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3 comments

  • Re: Food Find: Pissaladiere at Alon’s
    posted by: Sudhir · February 16, 2007  6:24 AM

    Where is this? I have never seen this at Alon’s, even when I actively looked for it yesterday.

  • Re: Food Find: Pissaladiere at Alon’s
    posted by: The Blissful Glutton · February 16, 2007  6:32 AM

    They have them on top of the prepared foods case. They def. have them on the weekends-not sure about the weekdays though. Maybe they ran out by the time you got there?

  • Re: Food Find: Pissaladiere at Alon’s
    posted by: MEM · March 19, 2007  2:01 PM

    Ah, Alon’s. It’s nice to see that their expansion hasn’t hurt their quality. It’s also nice to see someone blogging about Atlanta food…nice one!

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