Eating My Way Through Midtown Atlanta

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So I was recently in Atlanta for work, by myself, I had enough downtime to explore some of the restaurants in walking distance from my hotel in Midtown. So I’ll take you through how I ate my way through about a 4 block radius, and take you through my three favorites!


Kale Me Crazy

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So this place was my home base! It’s super cute and the people who work there were so nice! I came here multiple times for multiple meals! For breakfast, I highly recommend the POWER Iced Latte (organic coffee, raw cacao, almond milk, maple syrup, vegan protein). I could literally live off of these for the rest of my life. If I lived in Atlanta I would go broke buying these! I have to find a way to recreate it!

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I also tried two of their cold-pressed juices, the Beet Up (beet, apple, lemon, ginger) and The Glow (pineapple, grapefruit, turmeric). The Glow was my favorite, but the Beet Up was also really good! I also get sick when I travel and I really think pounding The Glow helped me stay healthy during this trip! And it is so yummy!

 

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For lunch one day I got the Beet Salad (spinach, arugula, tomato, raw beets, walnuts, cucumber, sunflower sprouts, goat cheese, hemp seeds, honey dijon balsamic vinaigrette) and a Power Latte (again). It was so yummy and the perfect light lunch!

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For breakfast on my last day, I stopped at Kale Me Crazy one last time for breakfast and grabbed myself the Breakfast Wrap on a gluten-free tortilla (organic hard-boiled egg, avocado, tomato, feta, spinach, and arugula wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla and served grilled). It was the perfect amount of food for a quick healthy breakfast on the go!


Starbucks Reserve Bar

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So I didn’t even know Starbucks Reserve stores were a thing, it’s a fancy Starbucks where they try new things and have things that are only at the Reserve locations. I stopped in just to read and grab a nightcap (decaf americano) one night.

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It’s such a neat location! It’s huge and the people are so happy to be there! I came back the next morning for a cold brew and of course, took home some cold brew accessories! I wish I had more time to really explore the menu!

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The Lawerence

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I stopped by the Lawerence one night for work, I grabbed the steak frittes. It was the perfect portion, delicious without being too heavy! And the sauce for the fries was amazing! It’s a super cool spot with a great drink menu! If you’re in the area I definitely recommend stopping by!


What’s your favorite spot in Atlanta? Let me know below!

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