Tired of the same old restaurants? Is the usual rotation of OK Cafe, Willy’s and Goldberg’s getting old? Do you want something new and fresh with a fun atmosphere that is reasonably priced? Check out the Atlanta Food Truck Park. Housed just a few minutes up the road from PaceContinue Reading

In the south, it’s Jalisco, located in the Peachtree Battle Shopping Center; in the north, it’s Taxco, located on Roswell Rd. near Chastain Park. A rivalry as epic as they come, the division it has created compares to nothing else. Jalisco has held the title of “Best in Buckhead” for manyContinue Reading

After a long day of learning at the Academy, many Pace students like to celebrate with a snack from one of the various restaurants surrounding West Paces Ferry Rd. With so many choices, though, it is hard to decide which one to go to, or which restaurant has the healthiestContinue Reading

Giovanni Di Palma’s plan of creating a “Little Italy” is coming together with his new restaurant, Gio’s Chicken Amalfitano. Mr. Di Palma opened Gio’s back in November after his burgeoning success with Antico Pizza. Although the menus are different, Gio’s vibrant, authentic atmosphere is comparable to Antico’s. Like Antico, hungryContinue Reading

Let’s be honest, Pace Academy. Even Willy’s delicious burritos, after eating there for the 584th time, can get old. Looking for something new? Try Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint, recently opened on the corner of Roswell Rd. and Powers Ferry. Uncle Maddio’s is a make-your-own pizza place with a set-up similarContinue Reading

Nestled among the tattoo parlors and gentlemen’s clubs sprinkled around Cheshire Bridge Rd. lies a hidden gem: Taverna Plaka. Although the flickering neon sign out front doesn’t look like much, I heard from numerous friends and family that the Greek restaurant was a must-go, guaranteed fun time. So I grabbedContinue Reading

If you are a pizza lover, then I have the place for you! Antico Pizza is a family-run Italian restaurant only 15 minutes away from Pace Academy on Hemphill Ave. near Georgia Tech. Everything about this restaurant is unique. It has no separate seating, only communal, family-style picnic tables. ItContinue Reading

First it was fro-yo, then it was cupcakes, and now…doughnuts? The novelty doughnut shop trend is beginning to take Atlanta by storm. One place in particular has customers swarming: Sublime Doughnuts in Midtown. Intrigued and hungry, I decided to investigate. Hidden in a shopping center near Georgia Tech between aContinue Reading

Named after the 13th century poet Jelaluddin Rumi, Rumi’s Kitchen at 6152 Roswell Rd. in Sandy Springs offers Atlanta’s greatest Persian food in an environment worthy of a king. Walk in the door and you are immediately struck with the ornate decorations on the walls and the subtle but soothingContinue Reading

Before the door even opens to Dante’s Down the Hatch and the crocodile graves out front come into focus, it becomes obvious that Dante’s is a different kind of restaurant. This quirky fondue restaurant is overflowing with memorabilia and random items that Dante Stephenson, creator and owner of the restaurant,Continue Reading

“Confession: my favorite part of the holiday season is the food,” laughs senior Sara Kaplan. A lot of Pace students would agree that food is central to holiday celebrations. It’s not necessarily the amount of food, but rather the excellent quality, the tradition associated with holiday meals, and the peopleContinue Reading

Atlanta is filled with many five-star eateries and it can be hard for restaurants to stand out as exciting and different. The World Peace, however, has managed to do just that. Located in Sandy Springs, World Peace Café can be considered one of the most unique restaurants in the AtlantaContinue Reading