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|These students are so much more responsible than I was, which is setting the bar fairly low|
We started out with the roasted oysters with adobo butter and masa crumble. It was delicious. Not quite Drago's in New Orleans, but probably as good as you could get east of the Mississippi. My love affair with oysters goes back to 4th grade, so I started on these things early. I feel bad for folks that can't eat any incarnation of one of natures best foods. I definitely have fallen for roasted oysters, though raw is still the best way to go.
|It's as good as it looks|
The Huarache might have been my favorite dish of the night. I was chorizo, potato, salsa verde, quail egg and ricotta.
|MVP of the night|
Aesthetically they did a wonderful job. Here are a couple of more pics.
Today's Footnote: Athen's is a great culinary town. I still have yet to hit 5 & 10, which will have to be my next stop when I'm back there later this spring.
Below is a shot with some of our Mentee's from UGA this year. If you are in advertising and are interested being an Advertisting Mentor starting in August, please feel free to contact me. This pic was taken from a fundraiser we did for Mary Lindemulder who lost her leg in Atlanta's January snow storm. To find out how you can help Mary go to http://www.gofundme.com/6p5mw0 or www.abac-online.org
We are still looking for a new Tournament to do. "Best Taco in Atlanta" seems to be the clubhouse leader. Let me know your thoughts.