With so many restaurants opening up here and there, small towns like Historic Norcross are slowly being forgotten. With dozens of local restaurants, boutiques and a long withstanding history, here are some of my favorite restaurants from this little historic town.
An authentic, English-inspired tavern outside of Atlanta, Iron Horse's fish & chips, Indian flat bread and fried ribs are some of my favorite dishes at this local joint. Don't miss out on trivia/karaoke nights-so much fun!
Located next to a busy railroad track that runs through this little town, Norcross Station Cafe offers an array of American cuisine-my favorites are the buffalo chicken quesadilla, salmon salad and any of their delicious burgers
If you're looking for an family-style Italian dining experience, look no further than Dominick's. With generous portions, great prices and a casual ambience, the garlic bread will make you go gaga, as will the baked ziti and eggplant parmigiana.
If you're looking for authentic Mexican cuisine in Historic Norcross, look no further than Zapata. With great lunch specials and a variety of molcajete stews, be sure to try out the Maya 3 combo and a jalapeno or strawberry margarita while you're there!
An adorable little cafe in the heart of Historic Norcross, 45 South Cafe serves up a tasty breakfast and a hearty selection of fresh coffees, wines and beers. Plus, it makes for a great studying environment.
Whenever I'm in a Cuban food kick, Mojito's satisfies my cravings-order the paella, cuban sandwich and the oxtail entree. Authentic & affordable, what more could you ask for?
The pizza, chicken/eggplant parmesan and pepperoni calzone can't be missed at Paizanos! Delicious and consistent Italian cuisine & some of the tastiest cannoli in the area!