Reporting Wendell Scott
Wendell ScottGeorgia native Wendell Scott is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in Digital/Broadcast Journalism. Wendell's love for adventure with a local flair has taken him from performing at Stone Mountain Park to working in various media outlets around Georgia. Recently, he completed hosting and producing the nation's first college daytime talk show, The Wendell Show (www.youtube.com/TheWendellShow1) for three years. He loves horror films, sour gummi worms and anything James Franco. Follow him on Twitter: @TheWendellShow. Or if you want to chat, shoot him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, put away the tinsel please. I’m talking about Buckhead Restaurant Week, March 9th-March 17th.
Get ready to immerse yourself in the best meals that Buckhead has to offer. I’ve been to about seven of the restaurants they have listed on their website. It’s sectioned off between Brunch, Lunch and Dinner. Check out each link to figure out what and when you’d like to eat. You can also see the prices for each menu. Personally, I don’t like paying over $15 for a meal, but if it’s this week? I can make an exception. While you’re checking out the menu, you can also go ahead and make a reservation for whatever restaurant of your choosing.
I know I’m not supposed to pepper this article with my own personal opinions but, for Brunch I would have these two restaurants:
For Lunch, I would have these two:
-The Capital Grille
For Dinner, I would have these two:
Okay, those were just suggestions so don’t run and tell my boss I’m ordering you to go places. I’ve been to all of them, and I’ve never been disappointed. I say trust me on this one.
But if those choices didn’t sound too appetizing, check out the Buckhead Restaurant Week’s website, to see a variety of participating restaurants for this week: www.brwatlanta.com.