by Darrell C. on
I've only been there once, but FLIP really left an impression. I love the burger-joint revolution that's been going on for the past couple of years in this country, and this place is at the forefront. Really nice execution on all the food we tried. I suggest anything with bacon. They (like several other topnotch joints around the country) use Benton's country bacon - truly the pinnacle of piggy. After tasting it at FLIP I'm convinced I'll never use another type of bacon at home. It speaks to the attention to detail they apply to sourcing their ingredients. I also highly recommend the Nutella milkshake, which was ridiculously good. The next time I'm driving within a hundred miles of Atlanta, I'll be making a detour for FLIP.
by Harmony Gulley on
Although MJQ can be hit or miss, when it 'hits' it's hands down the best time out in Atlanta. It caters to an extremely diverse crowd and reminds me of clubs I've been to in Berlin, London and New York. There's three rooms (MJQ1 and 2 and The Drunken Unicorn) and every night of the week each plays different types of music. I gave up trying to figure out what played when a long time ago because it's usually fun regardless. I've been going there since high school and it's never let me down. I've also had some pretty crazy nights there. If those walls could talk.
by Kristina R. on
The rateclub event that was held here was a ton of fun, and it fit in perfectly with Roe. The space was big and comfy, with lots of seating and a long bar. I can't imagine this place being a restaurant with the way the room was cleared, but it's a nice open room with a clean, modern feel. There were even chain curtain-like things hanging from the high ceiling that looked like something out of the Cher Medieval Collection. I'm curious about the restaurant, and would love to visit on another night when it's not packed to the gills with a million inebriated rateclubers...although that WAS pretty entertaining.