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About urban foodie feed store: kitchen & bar
urban food feed store owners Michele K. Tompkins, aka- chef Mimi and Kathleen B. Mcqueen, aka- “Wineaux Kat” are bringing re imagined southern cuisine to the historic College Park. Merging corporate clients with locals in a unique and exciting way, it’s food that tells a story. If you call College Park home or just in town for a few days, the globally influenced cuisine and craft cocktails will make you feel welcome.
College Park, GA 30337
Southern, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday
Monday Through Friday
Open for private events
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Live entertainment every 1st and 3rd Friday.
Private secure parking located next to the restaurant.
Located on Main street across from the College Park Marta station.
Michele K. Tompkins
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
urban foodie feed store: kitchen & bar Ratings and Reviews
The go to place on the south side of Atlanta near the airport. A very casual environment with gourmet southern flair food. Something on the menu for everyone. My recommendations always go towards the shrimp and grits or the fried chicken. Hey I said southern cooking at its best.
Service very friendly but a bit slow, so if you are in a hurry this may not be for you. However the food is great and well worth the wait, just have another drink or order some more great appetizers (we did both).
This is my favorite casual spot in Atlanta south of downtown.
We were on an evening flight into Atlanta and booked a reservation for 10pm. Literally ran though the airport to catch the tram to our hotel and then Uber's to the Feed Store. Arrived at 9:58pm and the receptionist told us the kitchen was closed. We spent over $18 on Uber only to be turned away. It's pretty simple....do as you say.
There was a long wait upon arriving for anyone to check us in because the hostess was also waiting tables. The online menu didn't match the menu when we got there. They were also out of a couple of things. It was hot in the restaurant as well. The food also took awhile to come out.
I drove 2 1/2 hours to take my daughter for lunch on her birthday, she works at Delta Corp. The 1 waitress tring to take care of everyone was slow, she was confused a lot. It took us 1 hour 45 minutes to have a sandwich for lunch. We tried to order as quick as we could, it was getting the waitress to come over to take our order that took about 20 min. We eat and while were eating I was tring to get the check. When I finally wave over someone over to pick up the check, our waitress brings it back. She all but throws it at me. She realized what she did, picked it back up and then handed it me. The restaurant was very hot too. I was very upset because it took so long I wasn't able to go see where my daughter worked and then I drove 2 1/2 hours home.
Available from Atlanta airport and different. Great Manhatten. Best fried green tomatoes. Ordered bottle of wine NDA delivered a glass of wine. Corrected with no charge for the glass. Lots of people watching both inside and outside the place. Waitperson alerted us that portions are big enough for two.
Excellent spin on southern comfort food! Maybe a little loud for a quiet date night but definitely great for groups or a night out with friends. Recommend getting there a little early. The ingredients are fresh and they do run out of things later in the day.
We made a reservation, but arrived pretty early and were told we could be seated, but would have to wait at least 30 minutes once we ordered. The restaurant was busy, but not full although they did have a couple of large parties. We didn't mind waiting, and opted for a drink (which was $10 for a pretty small and unimpressive cocktail). The staff was very nice - when we saw them, which wasn't very often. We were not given steak knives and ended up sharing the one knife that did come in our napkins. When someone finally stopped by and asked how everything was, we complimented the food, which was good, but said we would have liked 2 knives. Why didn't we ask?? Why didn't anyone check on us from the delivery of the food until our meal was over?? We're hoping we just hit them on a bad night (large parties? short staff? who knows?)so maybe we'll give them one more try - the food is definitely worth it.
The food is mediocre for the price but the service is quite poor. The ambience is modern with concrete floors but very loud (there is no ceiling - just the exposed roof).
We had a reservations for lunch for Mother's Day.
We were seated at the time of our reservation. A series of long waits ensued: for water... for drinks... to have our order taken... for appetizer deliver... for entrée delivery.. for drink refills.. for the check.
The food was OK. I had shrimp and grits - the grits were cooked correctly (surprisingly hard to find in restaurants) but the grilled shrimp were warm on the outside and cold on the inside. I assume that means they had been prepared in advance, refrigerated and then reheated too quickly in a microwave or oven.
The staff was good natured but overworked and undertrained. The owner came by as I stood by the table and asked how things were. I told her of our issues and she apologized, explaining that they had a rush. I looked around the restaurant and it was nearly empty of guests.
I really want to support restaurants in this part of town but if they are going to charge Buckhead prices then they need to step up their game.
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