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Eats

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600 Ponce De Leon Ave NE (at Lakeview Avenue NE)
Atlanta, GA 30308
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(404) 888-9149
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Eats is becoming somewhat of a legend. Excellent food; low prices; kitschy atmosphere. What more can you ask for? What I don't get is how they can make super-simple things l...

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The BBQ chicken was tender and flavorful but the macaroni-n-cheese was a little bland. The cornbread and collards were ok. I brought the turkey lasagna home to my son and he lov...

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Want to eat cheap, then go to Eats 12/29/2005

The food here is consistent to say the least. It's a bit confusing on how to order when you first walk in the door, but the Jerk Chicken is the main draw at this restaurant. Poor college kids and men in business suits frequent this place for lunch, so you should check it out for a quick, cheap meal that also is very flavorful. more

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Good Cheap Food 8/18/2005

The grungy surroundings and well prepared tasty food draw an eclectic crowd. It's one of those places I get cravings for. The spinich tortellini with meat sauce is really good as is the jerk chicken. more

Cheap pasta and chicken 8/16/2005

Eats is popular with college kids on a budget and workers at City Hall East who pile into the restaurant at lunch for the delicious spaghetti and jerk chicken with vegetables. A heaping bowl of spaghetti with fresh marinara, crunchy garlic bread and sweet iced tea can be had for under $5! The jerk chicken and fresh veggies are a treat as well, and the cornbread is perfect for sopping up the pot likker from your greens. more
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Owner Message

  • At Eats, reminisce your school days by picking up a red plastic tray and choosing from pasta station where you can pick your sauce and noodles and add toppings or meat and twos or threes. We also offer a variety of vegetarian options and side dishes....

Editorial

  • The Scene
    This bare-bones, cafeteria-style restaurant draws a crowd of diverse in-towners with its economy dining. Counter service is fast and furious; dishes are prepared while you wait...

  • 7/21/2005 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily 11am-10pm
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa, Cash
  • Neighborhoods:

    Northeast, Midtown

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