Whether a Korean Fried Chicken sammy tickles your fancy or a quinoa salad topped with a basil-yogurt vinaigrette is more your speed, Stationside has a lunch option for every eater.
I was invited to try lunch at the King Plow Arts Center restaurant (located in West Midtown Atlanta) last month. (So, yes, y’all, I was hosted — however, opinions are all my own.) Although there are some indulgent tastes including The Caboose burger and pimento mac and cheese, I was impressed that the eat spot prides itself on offering a number of vegetarian/vegan options, as well as gluten-free options for almost every menu item.
Stationside is open for lunch Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and provides a dinner option for folks who go to see a show at Terminal West. And bonus, parking in the deck is validated with lunch.
For my meal, I opted to do a little healthy and a little indulgence and ordered the above-mentioned Korean Fried Chicken sandwich and the kale chips, which are topped with garlic oil and nutritional yeast. Both were total “fits” for my belly.
My friend/amazing nail artist, Corinna (ask for her at the Bliss Spa at the W Atlanta Downtown, folks!), went for the buffalo garlic parmesan wings and the tater tots. So. Yummy. Executive Chef Dan Brown even brought us a sampling of the tempura avocado — and really, how could that be bad?