Traditional Greek Flavors for East Cobb

A hallmark of Greek cuisine is Kouzina Christos boneless lamb leg, seasoned with traditional herbs and roasted and sliced to order for gyros. Pair it with their fluffy pita bread topped with fresh tzatziki, vine-ripe tomatoes and feta. Details: 1453 Terrell Mill Rd.,

Go Nuts for Doughnuts

Stop by Duck Donuts inside Merchant’s Walk Shopping Center for delectable made-to-order doughnuts. Customers go crazy for the iced-out maple bacon confection with chopped meat atop. Not to mention, one bite of the s’mores doughnut with chocolate icing covered in graham cracker crumbs and marshmallow drizzle will transport you to a campfire with friends. Details: 1281 Johnson Ferry Rd.,

Barbecue Lovers’ Paradise

Barbecue lovers, rejoice! Jim ’N Nick’s Bar-B-Q recently opened its 10th Georgia location at Sandy Plains Marketplace in East Cobb. Gather ’round the table and enjoy the smoky goodness of baby back ribs, pulled pork, beef brisket, barbecue chicken, turkey breast and more at this Southern institution. Details: 20 Sandy Plains Rd., Ste. 100.,

A Nod to Southern Cooking

A true nod to Southern cooking, The Mill Kitchen and Bar in Roswell tickles taste buds with all kinds of culinary delights, including the Pimento Cheese Fritters. A customer favorite, the dish’s house-made pimento cheese is hand-breaded with panko crumbs and drizzled with “Comeback Sauce” and bacon marmalade. Details: 590 Mimosa Blvd.,

Bringing Mofongo to Marietta

Miami has nothing on Marietta, now that Jimmy’z Kitchen has brought its mouthwatering mofongo (a Puerto Rican fried plantain dish) to town. Acclaimed for the contemporary fusion fare of founding chef Jimmy Carey (who has now teamed up with Atlanta chef Bobby Holley), the new eatery features a fresh, seasonal menu of seafood and steak dishes with a Latin flair. Details: 2468 Windy Hill […]