This week, Jenny Turknett reviews Roswell's Oak Street Cafe for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and awarded it two stars. The cafe is a classic, a must-have for every neighborhood, and it does staples like grilled cheese and chicken salad sandwiches well. Turknett warns that a few dishes might be under-seasoned or over-cooked, but for the most part, she thinks this cozy, bistro-esque restaurant is a welcome addition to the "SoCa"— which, apparently, stands for South of Canton— neighborhood in Roswell and promises that it's the perfect place to go for both group meetings and dinners with the family.
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Oak Street Cafe. [Photo: Charles Drake/Roswell Patch]