Deep South Biscuit Co.
Yumbii is known for combining Mexican and Asian cuisines. They offer tacos, rice bowls and crazy-sounding nachos with cucumber kimchi. I ordered two stir-fried tofu tacos. All tacos are seasoned with “red Asian BBQ” sauce. It has just the right amount of spice for a wannabe like myself. If only I hadn’t had to fight through so much lettuce to reach my tofu. (thepickleatl.com)
The Pickle’s menu is a jumble of comfort foods. They have cajun beans and rice, quesadillas, crab cake sandwiches and even barbecue. I was drawn to the paper sign for
They’re styled as rock’n’roll gourmet burgers. I order a Santa Fe: black bean burger with pico de gallo, cheese, ancho mayo and avocado puree. It may look sloppy, but this burger was just right. You could see the actual ingredients in the patty instead of a pureed mass. The outside of the burger also
Deep South Biscuit Co. might be the best post-bar snack. They serve cathead biscuits with delicious sweet-salty flavor combos. I tried the Southern Buddha biscuit. This has two fried green tomatoes plus goat cheese, homemade pimento cheese, peach-pepper jam and aioli. It’s impossible to fit into one bite. When you do though, it’s worth your while. The fried green tomatoes had a great crunch and the biscuit crumbled in the best way.