So what does one do when one is craving comfort food in Atlanta? Why one makes a trip to Taco Mac. And how comforting the food is.
First of all, the restaurant is plastered with tv’s everywhere so you will never miss a game while eating your comfort food. Mr. Beet and I ordered a mish mash off stuff off the menu, starting with the Roasted Apple and Goat Cheese Flatbread. The combination of apples and goat cheese with a balsamic glaze is always dreamy and this flatbread did not disappoint.
We also tried the Black Bean Burger, a patty of black beans, tomatoes, onions, peppers, roasted corn, roasted mushrooms and pico de gallo, topped with lettuce, tomato and guacamole. We were told by our server that the burgers are made in house which is always a bonus in our book. The burger was thick and “meaty” – pretty delicious.
On the side I loved the Mexican Street Corn – slightly spicy, but creamy. Really good Mexican Street Corn.
Then there’s the Broccoli Queso Casserole – sounds divine, no? But don’t be fooled, the fancy sounding broccoli dish is nothing more than broccoli and a processed cheese sauce.
The oven baked Mac and Cheese was really good. And mac and cheese screams comfort food.
Overall we enjoyed Taco Mac. Also on the menu is a selection of tacos, fajitas and quesadillas in addition to wings and burgers. Very few places can pull off an eclectic menu like this, but Taco Mac executes it well. And chances are pretty good you will be able to watch whatever game you are looking for. 4 out of 5 sprouts.