What’s Old is New: Revisiting E. 48th Street Market and Broadway Cafe

posted on September 1, 2015 at 11:42 am
Stoffato sandwich at E. 48th Street Market Photo by Jennifer Zyman

Stoffato sandwich at E. 48th Street Market
Photo by Jennifer Zyman

With so much focus on all of the shiny new chef-driven concepts and fancy food halls Atlanta is offering diners, it’s easy to forget about the old spots you have already visited and/or written off. Restaurants are like a living and breathing organism prone to change, which means a place you once loved could no longer be good or a place you never liked, may now be your savior. Follow along as I rediscover oldies and goodies.

After a disappointing cheesesteak at Dave’s Philly’s and Water Ice, I needed what I like to call “a Hobbit lunch.” If you are a Lord of the Rings/The HOBBIT fan, you know what I am talking about. For those of you who don’t know, a “Hobbit lunch” or breakfast or dinner is actually your second meal during that particular meal time. For Hobbits, it is because they have particularly voracious appetites. For me, I use the second meal to erase the memory of the disappointing first meal.

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