New Orleans Daiquiri and Bar is a exactly what you think it is! A trendy restaurant that has brought New Orleans cousine to Atlanta. I am social distancing, so I ordered the food to my home 😦 I much rather be there drinking daiquris! Let’s get into it:

  • This would serve no purpose if I didn’t rave about the menu right? Even if you just ate, you will be hungry after reading about their menu and smelling what’s cooking. They serve a variety of great dishes such as their big easy alfredo pasta, overstuffed po-boys, and even FRIED GATOR. Yepp! you read that right, and I have heard it is sensational.
  • I went straight for the carbs and ordered the big easy alfredo pasta! This came packed with smoked sausage, grilled chicken, and shrimp all topped with a cajun alfredo. This was pasta heaven for me, and I love noods. The creamy sauce was perfectly mixed in with the penne. If you really love carbs, please believe that their garlic bread is amazing. This bread was soft and garlicky! I was content and stuff while social distancing at home.

Happy Friday! I hope your day is filed with happiness, gratitude, and food! Thank you to everyone who submitted a photo, because NOW I AM HUNGRY! If you want to be featured on the next Foodie Friday instead of drooling over someone else’s photos, please message me your photos on Instagram @marseatss. #CameraEatsFirst

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    • Daikaya Ramen (Washington, D.C.)
    • Catos Confections (Washington, D.C.)
    • Boqueriea (Washington, D.C.)
    • Magnolia (Vienna, Virginia)
    • Ruth Chris Steakhouse (Multiple Locations)
    • A place to walk to. (Washington D.C)
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Happy Friday! I hope your day is filed with happiness, gratitude, and food! Thank you to everyone who submitted a photo, because NOW I AM HUNGRY! If you want to be featured on the next Foodie Friday instead of drooling over someone else’s photos, please message me your photos on Instagram @marseatss. #CameraEatsFirst

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    • Albi (Washington, D.C.)
    • Walrus Oyster & Ale (Washington, D.C.)
    • Junior’s Restaurant & Cheesecake (Brooklyn, NY)
    • Takahashi Market (San Mateo, California)
    • Fill Bakeshop & Creamery (Costa Mesa, California)
    • City Sweets and Treats (Washington, D.C.)
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Redrocks is an award winning wood oven Napoleon bistro known for their pizzas. Buttttttt I went for brunch, because we brunch on Sundays. Let’s get into it:

  • Despite Redrocks being known for their pizzas, they put together some great sounding brunch dishes and of the best bottomless mimosas you can find. Their menu contains nice options such as a sunrise pizza, brandy-spiked french toast, and seafarer’s seafood scramble! To get drunk off blood orange mimosas, I also love the option to get brandy-spiked french toast. Just have me drunk the whole day I guess.
  • I ate the seafarer scramble and garlic knots. These garlic knots will make you question if you’re actually Italian. They were $6 and I could given them my whole $20. The seafarer scramble was extremely tasty due to the garlic shrimp mixed in the scramble. Their choice of seasoning it with red peppers, parmesan, and basil was perfect. Believe it or not, I put my drink down to actually enjoy all of these flavors. By the end of this bottomless brunch, I was stuffed, happy, and doing strange drunk things like this..

Rosa Mexicano is known for how well they bring you an upscale dining experience while also honoring the Mexican heritage. Seems like a great combo! Let’s get into it:

  • Rosa Mexicano is what you call gorgeous. As you walk inside, you will notice the high ceilings and elaborate lighting. They truly embody an upscale restaurant and serve of the best Mexican cuisine in the land. Their menu is exquisite to say the least. You will find empanadas filled with crab and shrimp, enchiladas filled with crab meat topped with a roasted tomato sauce, and grilled octopus.
  • Did I like what I had? Nah. I loved it. The guacamole was not able to get flicked up, because I chowed it down too quick. Easily the best guac I have eaten! The empanadas were heavenly texture wise. The crab and shrimp was fire! The enchiladas were to die for. The plump crab meat mixed in the roasted tomato sauce was delicious. The meal won my heart, and I am devastated that it is over..

Happy Friday! I hope your day is filed with happiness, gratitude, and food! Thank you to everyone who submitted a photo, because NOW I AM HUNGRY! If you want to be featured on the next Foodie Friday instead of drooling over someone else’s photos, please message me your photos on Instagram @marseatss. #CameraEatsFirst

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    • Mayadan (Washington, D.C.)
    • Lunch or Super (Richmond, VA)
    • Magnolia Table (Waco, Texas)
    • Chef Paola Velez (Washington, D.C.)
    • Chef Paola Velez (Washington, D.C.)
    • ^^ Executive Pastry Chef at Kith & Kin (Washington, D.C.)
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Happy Friday! I hope your day is filed with happiness, gratitude, and food! Thank you to everyone who submitted a photo, because NOW I AM HUNGRY! If you want to be featured on the next Foodie Friday instead of drooling over someone else’s photos, please message me your photos on Instagram @marseatss or email me at marseats1@gmail.com. #CameraEatsFirst

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    • @britneybreaksbread
    • @sambameatstheworld
    • @parphilli
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    • @kinda.hungry
    • @citysweetsandtreats
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Milk & Honey cafe is the perfect fit for brunch with friends or family gatherings. The place was filled with love and passion. Let’s get into it:

  • The menu includes a wide variety of mouth watering dishes. They have put you know that feeling when you are hungry and everything on the menu is calling your name?Items such as lobster, egg, and cheese croissant, fried crab legs and waffles, or hot honey chicken biscuit. Woww. Now i’m hungry again!
  • I ordered the Blackened salmon & grits and smothered chicken & biscuits. The salmon was magnificent. The grits were creamy and mixed with a cajun sauce. Absolutely fire. I couldn’t put my fork down! The smothered chicken was cooked perfectly and laid on top of jumbo biscuits. Eggs scrambled with cheese topped with their cajun sauce. It went together better than ketchup and mustard. I fell in love with with every dish I ate. I try to be happy at other brunch places but deep down I look like this..

Happy Friday! I hope your day is filed with happiness, gratitude, and food! Thank you to everyone who submitted a photo, because NOW I AM HUNGRY! If you want to be featured on the next Foodie Friday instead of drooling over someone else’s photos, please message me your photos on Instagram @marseatss or email me at marseats1@gmail.com. #CameraEatsFirst

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    • Kitseun (Washington, D.C.)
    • Watercourse Foods (Denver, Colorado)
    • City Sweets & Treats (Silver Spring, Maryland)
    • Surreal Creamery (New Brunswick, NJ)
    • Taco Taco (Philadelphia, PA)
    • Whippped Up Bakery (Bethesda, Maryland)
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Poor Calvin’s presents asian fusion with southern influences. I was excited since I love both flavor profiles. Let’s get into it:

  • Poor Calvin’s provides a lovely ambiance with intimate lights and close knit seating. The service was outstanding and was undoubtedly my favorite part of the experience. The servers treat you like family and explain the specials and seasonal options thoroughly.
  • Time to talk food! I indulged in the lobster fried rice, lamb chops, and seafood hushpuppies. This was my best meal while in Atlanta. The seafood hushpuppies were so subtle yet good! They were hushpuppies filled with lumps of crab meat, grilled salmon, and sea bass cover with a creamy house sauce. Delicious! The lobster fried rice was HUGE. It was fried rice mixed with fresh veggies, lobster meat, and topped off with a fat lobster tail. The lobster was seasoned incredibly. I cried after tearing through that lobster tail..
  • Before I talk about the lamb chops, I need you to see the picture one more time. This dish was finger lickin’ good. The chops were extremely juicy and not overly fatty, and the flavors were sensational! They laid on a bed of creamy potatoes along side some tasty asparagus. After devouring this meal, I see why people dance after eating great food because I could not sit still..