Milk and honey atlanta

Milk and honey atlanta

Milk and honey atlanta

The city is broken up into five very different districts: Downtown, Midtown, Buckhead, The Westside and The Southside. Though the city is emerging from its troubled 20th century experience, it’s not a city for the faint of heart. Atlanta is still one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world.


At Milk and Honey, our goal is to create an atmosphere that makes you feel at home. While you gather around the table with loved ones, let our hospitality whisk you away as we prepare southern favorites and mind blowing dishes like our Award Winning Shrimp and Grits. While we do keep brunch traditions alive, we aren't afraid to put our own twist on southern staples. Our crab hash will shatter your expectations of hash browns, as we serve them with Jumbo Lump Crab, Tomatoes, and Cajun Cream Sauce over Cheesy Hash Browns. Some of our other signature dishes includes our delicious Rotisserie Chicken (which can be served in a number of different flavors), and our Turkey Meatloaf topped with a cream sauce that will leave your mouth craving for more. These dishes are served with two sides, which include but not limited to, garlic mashed potatoes, smoked gouda jalapeno creamed corn, wilted kale, gourmet mac and cheese, creamed spinach and more. So whether you're coming in on a lunch break during the week to experience our Top Ten Brunch Menu at a discounted price, bringing the family for dinner or simply going out to enjoy a Saturday or Sunday brunch, we promise to keep your taste buds guessing and send you home full. Sit back and relax, leave the cooking to us today.The Real Milk & Honey references Atlanta’s blingy music and fashion scene. CONTRIBUTED BY WENDELL BThere’s a gilded sheen to the Real Milk & Honey Cafe in College Park. You notice it the minute you walk through the door and spy the shiny gold faux-leather Chesterfield sofa with the instructions not to sit on it; the gold mannequin with a wig and sunglasses; the white mannequin with the golden bowler; and the references to Atlanta’s blingy pop-music industry. If a modern-day King Tut strutted in, he’d feel right at home, probably order himself a chicken and waffle. (Source:Always loaded, always over the top, the rich brunch food here mirrors the glam setting: catfish fried to a golden-brown crisp and served with creamy grits; waffles topped with a deeply burnished jerk chicken quarter and accompanied by Crown Royal-spiked peach compote; fluffy cathead biscuits drizzled with honey butter so vivid and silken it looks almost like lemon curd.

These are some of the offerings you'll find at the restaurant from executive chef Sammy Davis and his partner, Monique Rose, who with four Milk & Honey restaurants in the Maryland-D.C. area and Georgia (and two more in the works) seem to have something of a Midas touch when it comes to breakfast crowd-pleasers. (Source: www.ajc.com Southern fried fish and grits are among the solid options on the brunch-all-day menu at the Real Milk & Honey in College Park. CONTRIBUTED BY WENDELL BROCK (Source:www.ajc.com wAfter working together in Atlanta, the duo opened their first Milk & Honey in Maryland in 2016; followed up the next year with a Cascade Road location with which they are no longer affiliated; then returned to Georgia in July. Their second local endeavor, which they call the Real Milk & Honey to distinguish it from the still-extant Milk & Honey Restaurant at Cascade, is the third in a lively trio of black-owned restaurants that have sprung up on College Park's Main Street in the past year-and-a-half. (The other two are chef Darius Williams' Soul Crab and Virgil's Gullah Kitchen & Bar, from the husband-and-husband team of Gee and Juan Smalls.) (Source:ww.ajc.com)))

On Wednesday nights, the Real Milk & Honey serves “breakfast for dinner” until 11 p.m., and the crowds eat it up. CONTRIBUTED BY WENDELL BROCK (Source: www.ajc.com)


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