Top Atlanta Restaurants Featured On TV - Silver Skillet,Flip burger and Vortex
From cheap eats to fine dining atmospheres, Atlanta offers it’s old world charm and innovative new chefs on the rise to stardom. Whether you consider yourself a top diner among the elite or willing to take on the challenges restaurants bring to the plate, this city is the “it” when it comes to an appetite. These restaurants reached their starlight status for their food and ambiance. To the classic 50’s diner or the elite dining experience, these top Atlanta restaurants featured on T.V. are worth checking out. http://www.tvfoodmaps.com/place367.html
Featured on Guy Fieri’s hit T.V. show, Diner, Drive-ins, and Dives, this iconic diner has been the celebrity hot spot of many years. Clint Eastwood, Val Kilmer, and Dave Chapel are just a few of the celebrities that have dined at this southern-style home cooking diner. The periodic setting of the restaurant has been the set on various other T.V. shows and was one of the featured dining spots for the 2000 Olympics. The food will remind a diner of the ‘good ‘ol days’, where the plates were as hearty as the people who served them.
Big Pie In The Sky
This pizzeria offers the Carnivore Challenge, a 30 inch pizza that weights over 11 pounds. This super -sized pizza challenge reached the hands of Man Vs. Food host, Adam Richman, and his buddy to take on the undefeated task. Watch the video to find out if man does beat his predecessor, food. Big Pie is also known for their selection of fresh ingredients, authentic New York style pizza dough, and awesome friendly owners. They believe in good pizza, great prices, and family style approach to their loyal customers.
Flip Burger Boutique Burger.
Take everything you know about burgers and flip that concept. At Flip Burger Boutique the concept is outrageously eclectic and the chef of the restaurant believes in hand crafting each burger with precision and detail down to the bun placement. Think of Flip Burger as sleek meets geek, with nitrous milkshake to Ahi Tartar burger, this restaurant is flipping the entire burger and fries concept. The restaurant is packed daily with foodies who are seeking the ultimate burger adventure, it is no wonder why this joint has been featured in every food magazine in publication.
Once again Adam ventures to a popular spot in Atlanta to battle it out with The Vortex’s double bypass burger. This heart stopper has fried eggs, loads of cheese, big beefy patty, six bacon slices, which all come together between two grilled cheese sandwiches. The Vortex is not just about burgers, they possibly make the best nachos in Atlanta, and their ambiance is what many come to see. So, does Adam reign in the heart stopping challenge?
Gladys Night and Ron Winans Chicken and Waffles.
Home of the “Midnight Train” the lady of soul created this restaurant in memorandum of classic southern style soul food. The Midnight Train consists of four giant chicken wings fried to perfection with a plate sized waffle. Her son, Shanga, carries on her vision with home-style southern food cooked to perfection. This restaurant has been featured on various T.V. shows, which all showcase the iconic dish. However, the menu offers a diverse selection of tasty innovations like the Sweet Potato Cheesecake.
The Salt Factory Pub.
Located in the historic Roswell district, The Salt Factory Pub, takes classic comfort food to the next level. They take inexpensive cuts of meat then add the flare of local flavors, all the while using old school techniques. Customers will not find the newest gadgets in this comfort-food pub instead they will see the chefs in the back hand grinding their prime-grade meats. Featured on the show, Meat and Potatoes, The Salt Factory Pub, is all about the meat and the awesome brew to match. Why the name? They use specialty salts from the Himalayans, these are packed with an immense flavor, so the actual salt content is less. However, this is the backbone to their unique and divine flavored meats.
Atlanta’s restaurants have made their mark on the culinary map due to the devotions of the chefs and entrepreneurs who truly believe in good food. From the old school to the next innovation, each of these restaurants have make their television debut that embarks the spirit of the state.
This article is written by Jennifer B