I've shopped quite a bit with Espresso Supply and have consistently found what I've needed at a reasonable price. I outfitted my shop with a lot of smallwares from Espresso Supply, and I'll gladly shop there again!
They've got a bunch of name-brand outlet stores with huge deals on merchandise. You have to be willing to spend some time here though, because selections aren't consistent. I've found some great deals at various clothing shops - most are very limited time or supply. The outlet mall is visible from the interstate... there are plenty of restaurants around too.
I pass by here every now and then on drives to Florida and back. They have heavily discounted Bibles and Christian literature. If you're looking for a specific book or a new release then it's hard to find it here, but if you're just shopping for a bargain, stop in and browse.
Definitely a higher-end mall, with more expensive stores and a hipper feel than a small local mall. It's pretty crowded all the time, and hard to find a parking spot without driving around for a few minutes. On weekends or holidays it's almost impossible to walk around without feeling overwhelmed (at least for me).
Compared with other easily accessible malls, this one ranks pretty low. It's just one level, doesn't have a ton of stores, and it seems like many shops change out frequently. The food court doesn't have many offerings. The movie theater is decent though, and even has a couple stadium seating screens.
Northlake Mall has a bunch of the basic mall stores.. It's not as upscale as Atlanta's Lenox Mall or Perimeter, but it's sufficient and convenient for locals, unless you're wanting a specific stop not located here. Everything's generally clean and reliable. I probably stop by the food court more than anything else.
Great independent coffee shop and roaster! They really know their stuff here. It's a really comfortable, familiar environment and the quality of the coffee can't be better.
This Latin/Mexican restaurant is located right in the downtown part of Atlanta, across from the Hard Rock Cafe. They're on the second floor, so you have to walk through the lobby and up the escalator of the building. We sat out on the patio and enjoyed the comfortable Saturday evening. The food was tasty - I had one of the less expensive sandwich-type meals with fried plantains. The "mango pie" was more like a mango cheesecake. We had decent service. Overall, it was an enjoyable experience and I would go back here again.
I thought that the food here held to true Thai quality. I got the cashew chicken meal my first time there and enjoyed it immensely. The decor was more modern than I was expecting and not very Asian feeling. But I've been back several times now and will continue to go to this excellent Thai restaurant.
This is a Chinese restaurant well put together - not a cheap American knockoff. The dining tables are quite large, with a rotating lazy susan in the middle to spin around all the dishes you get. I recommend going with one of the group specials where you choose a bunch of entrees and share them. The soup is great and I kept wanting more of it. Our waiter kept joking around with us and kept things lively. I recommend this place for groups of maybe 8 or so to fill the tables.