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Three Stars for New Orleans-Inspired Serpas

Serpas.
Serpas.
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Behind the paywall at the AJC, a re-review of Serpas. Says Jenny Turknett, "In the food that Serpas calls 'approachable with an edge,' you'll see hints of Southwestern flavors from his time at Nava and Asian touches from Sia's." She lists some negatives, like a "teeth-achingly sweet lemon bombe," eggplant hushpuppies that are "somewhat mushy inside," and a crab fritter in which it may be difficult "to locate the crab," but all in all gives the Old Fourth Ward restaurant three out of five stars for its New Orleans-inspired cusine.

THE ELSEWHERE AND THE BLOGS: Georgia Trend looks at Miso Izakaya, Serious Eats's a Hamburger Today calls the burgers at the General Muir "top-tier," Eat It, Atlanta tries new restaurant Saltyard, and Weekend Eats eats tacos at El Taco.

The General Muir

1540 Avenue Place, , GA 30329 (678) 927-9131 Visit Website

Saltyard

1820 Peachtree Road Northwest, , GA 30309 (404) 382-8088 Visit Website

The Original El Taco

1186 North Highland Avenue Northeast, , GA 30306 (404) 873-4656 Visit Website

Miso Izakaya

619 Edgewood Ave SE, , GA 30312 (470) 225-6252

Serpas True Food

659 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30312 404-688-0040 Visit Website

Serpas

659 Auburn Ave NE #501, Atlanta, GA 30312

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