There’s a fantastic new eatery in the heart of east Atlanta that I have to put you all onto. 866 Creole Kitchen featuring Quim’s Lounge, located at 886 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Atlanta, GA, is a creole inspired establishment minutes from such prestigious colleges like Morehouse and Spellman.
866 Creole Kitchen specializes in southern cuisines with a New Orleans/Louisianan flare. From Crawfish Étouffée, to a variety of family recipes passed down from generation to generation. If rich favorable cuisines, with a an amazing spice is what you crave, then this place is definitely your spot.
Per 866 Creole Facebook page:
Creole cooking is city cooking: refined, delicate and luxurious, developed and originally prepared by servants. There is greater emphasis on cream, butter, seafood (though not shellfish), tomatoes, herbs, and garlic, and less use of cayenne pepper and file powder than in Cajun cooking, resulting in rich sauces, elegant pureed bisques, and time-intensive soups, brunch dishes, and desserts.
Doesn’t that look good.
There’s far more menu items to enjoy. Make it your business to stop by and check out this black owned business sooner than later.
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