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One Star for Inman Park's Folk Art and Other Reviews

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This week, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Jenny Turknett gives Inman Park restaurant Folk Art one star. In the review, behind paywall, Turknett says the newest restaurant by Jason Hill of Wisteria hits some of the criteria necessary for a brunch spot, but not all of it. She recommends such dishes as the new potato skins, craft grilled cheese, and flat-top mac and cheese, then adds: "Where it falters is in unpredictable service and a menu boasting big comfort food that quickly becomes monotonous and lacks the oomph that makes it worth the splurge."

THE ELSEWHERE AND THE BLOGS: Roots in Alpharetta looks into Collet French Pastry Cafe, Creative Loafing has dinner at MetroFresh and visits Himalayan Spice, the AJC talks calamari at One Midtown Kitchen and gives Salt Factory Pub a first look, Eat It, Atlanta checks out Raku Westside, and Marie, Let's Eat tries Northern China Eatery.
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