Review: Home Grown GA

Food

 

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 to gossip and chow down on a delicious, healthy lunch grown in the restaurant’s own garden.  I love everything about eating farm to table.  It’s nearly impossible in our fast food saturated society, but if you look hard enough, gems like Home Grown are just dying to be discovered in your local community.  The restaurant is hidden in dodgy, downtown Atlanta where industrial warehouses and drab office buildings line a narrow street.  Like any treasure, it’s hidden.

Home Grown is literally home-grown.  They have a garden behind their small restaurant that grows herbs and vegetables in neat small rows surrounded by sunflowers and wildflowers that they cut to decorate the tables.  If this whole affair wasn’t quaint enough, there is a thrift store in the back of the restaurant with trinkets and antiques.

Home Grown is open for breakfast and lunch, and I highly recommend the place!  The price of the food for the quality of the food is nothing short of an economic recession miracle.  Five Stars!

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