Episode Guide: Burgers

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Our episode Eat It and Like It “Burgers” believe it or not was our first time airing something from Atlanta.  Certainly not the last time you will see something from the unofficial “Capital of the South” but we love Eating and Liking our way around that city whenever business or pleasure (or both) take us there.

If you missed our episode, here’s a breakdown of where we were.  Some you know, others you may not.

The Vortex – Two locations in Atlanta.  Midtown and Little Five Points.    The Vortex is not for the faint of heart.  The menu is aggressive, intimidating and most importantly -delicious.  It really is.  No kids under 18 due to Georgia smoking laws.

Universal Joint – Decatur.   The “U joint” as the locals call it a fantastic neighborhood spot in Decatur.  Sit outside when the weather agrees and enjoys a great afternoon/evening of good bites.  Including their Sliders with Jalapeno aioli.

Keller’s Flea Market – Savannah.   Keller’s Flea Market just outside of Savannah city limits is a treasure chest of all the kinds of things you’ll find at a flea market.  Including some good ‘greasy spoon’ type food.  Including burgers.  They’ll even put chicken fingers on your burger for you if you want.  I think I may need to try that some time.

 

 

Green Truck Pub – Savannah.   Green Truck Pub is a Savannah institution.  45 minute waits aren’t uncommon on the weekends.  They are pretty creative with their toppings, but the star of the show is Hunter Cattle grass fed beef.

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Eat It and Like It launched in Savannah, Georgia with television personality Jesse Blanco as the host. His passion for food and travel has made Eat It and Like It a two-time EMMY nominated program about contemporary and traditional Southern food.

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Eat It and Like It launched in Savannah, Georgia with television personality Jesse Blanco as the host. His passion for food and travel has made Eat It and Like It a two-time EMMY nominated program about contemporary and traditional Southern food.

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