Bite-Sized Tweets and Eats: Good Things in Small Packages

Now that Citysearch Atlanta has an official Twitter account--and seeing how each "tweet" can only be 140 characters--we've been thinking a lot about how impactful small things can be. So, we Tweeted our 10 favorite baby bites around town and compiled 'em for quick read. Follow us on Twitter @CitysearchATL for real-time insider Atlanta knowledge.

Updated: July 10, 2009

Tweets of Atlanta Eats


Kyma Atlanta

3085 Piedmont Rd, Atlanta, GA 30305

Thankfully, Kyma didn't get the memo that octopus is supposed to be chewy. Grilled, it's tender and smoky. Unbelievable. Like magic.


Spoon

768 Marietta St Ste A, Atlanta, GA 30318

Who the hell steams AND fries potstickers? Spoon, that's who. Get your shovel ready friends, 'cause these vege-friendly pockets are inhalable.


Rathbun's

112 Krog St NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

If I was on death row and had one last meal, Rathbun's crab tart would be my app choice. It's creamy, crabby, crusty, mustardy-perfection.


Limerick Junction

822 N Highland Ave, Atlanta, GA 30306

Skip the trendy, fancy sliders around town and get the greasy roly-poly edition at Limerick. Who cares if it's an Irish pub. They bring it.


Sushi House Hayakawa

5079 Buford Hwy, Atlanta, GA 30340

We aren't sure how gently blow-torching red snapper nigiri makes it go down like butter but, frankly, we don't care.


Alon's

1394 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306

Holy itty-bitty custard-filled goodness! Um, the only thing bad about this decadent treat is the temptation to order about four more.


Zaya Mediterranean Restaurant

240 North Highland Ave., Atlanta, GA 30307

Is it just me, or are the baba ghanoush and sent-from-the-clouds pita triangles at Zaya just better than anywhere else?


Pozole

1044 Greenwood Ave, Atlanta, GA 30306

The only thing better than the pound-able brisket tacos at Pozole is eating them at 1am after hours of marathon drinking in VaHi.


Fritti

309 N. Highland Ave., Atlanta, GA 30307

Like hushpuppies stuffed with creamy Sicilian risotto and Italian sausage--we encourage you to eat them all in one sitting.