Hope everyone is enjoying the holiday’s! It has been a while since we have wrote a post, but that is because we just got back from our Honeymoon a few weeks ago! We had a great time, but missed our city. This past Saturday night we decided to hit the town again and discover some new spots. We started the night out on our favorite side, you guessed it, the Westside! There is a fairly new bar called Little Trouble which is located just under Marcel, which we wrote about in a previous post. This bar is very unique, it is made from the inside of a bunch of different shipping containers and the atmosphere is really chill. They have amazing cocktails and some tasty asian cuisines, from homemade dumplings to meat sticks to ramen! Whether you want to come here for a quick drink and bite to eat (like we did) or if you want to hang out for a few hours with a big group of friends. There are a lot of different lounging options (booths, tables, and couches). We decided to order the classic old fashion, which had a hint of a licorice taste. It wasn’t strong but just enough to know it was there. We also ordered a side of chicken curry dumplings (they were out of beef at the time). It had the perfect crispiness on the outside and a great chicken curry flavor on the inside. The crispy noodles were also ordered, which was topped with bits of amazing beef short rib. Overall, I would give these two dishes a 10 out of 10! We love to eat so you know we didn’t stop there. We headed over to Krog Street Market. Let me tell you, if you haven’t been there do yourself a favor and go this weekend! There are so many different types of food + you can grab a brew at Hop City. If you feel like you ate (or drank) too much you can walk it off on the Beltline down the street if it is a nice day. Back to The Luminary and our experience. The first thing that will catch your eye is the decor. If you have been to The Optimist (which we also reviewed) than it will remind you of their decor but brighter. We like to split things, that way we get a taste of a few different items. On their snacks they had a sausage gravy poutine, which was too die for! The key to every good poutine is the gravy and the fries. The sausage gravy was perfectly seasoned and the fries were nice and crispy. We also ordered the parisienne gnocchi because you can never have too many dishes with cheese curds! Am I right?! Too top our dinner off we ordered the crispy chicken leg that came with couscous and fresh vegetables. The chicken came right off the bone and the skin was flavorful and crispy. Krog Street is the perfect atmosphere for a relaxed or fancy date night and we recommend you even just bring some friends. Let us know your experience at these places or any other places around ATL. Thanks for reading!