One can never have too many cafes in their back pocket, right? Sometimes I worry I will run out of things to try here in Atlanta and then I remember.. it’s Atlanta. There’s always a hidden gem somewhere I haven’t had a chance to try and by the time I try them all, there’s sure to be a handful more that have popped up in the mean time!
Parish Foods and Goods is a lovely little rustic restaurant (can you really get enough of those either?) in Inman Park that serves a delightful brunch, lunch, and dinner. But for the more casual pick-up-and-go order, head downstairs to their little market. With well-portioned sandwiches, soups, and snacks, it’s the perfect place for a quick quality bite.
Elizabeth and I enjoyed the lunch combo of soup and salad, indulging ourselves in the beef and mushroom stew. It was incredibly rich, salted just to my liking and served in a perfect size iron skillet for lunch, along with a side salad (or you could always get a little sandwich for a more substantial combo). I didn’t get a chance to indulge in any of the pastries or coffee, but I will definitely be back for them another time, especially since a little birdie told me they have amazing beignets. Score!