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Front Page News

351 Moreland Ave. NE (McLendon Ave.) Send to Phone
404-475-7777
Dishes range from American standards to regional specials, and from appetizers and sandwiches to hefty mains.

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Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
Open late Thurs.-Sat.
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Front Page News Restaurant Review

: The hip millennial crowd that calls this intown neighborhood home feeds its soul and body at Front Page News, which feels like a pub. Snacks include pretzel bites --- pieces of soft pretzel with a bland cheese dip or zingier honey mustard for dipping. Wings are a better choice. Besides the sandwiches, wraps and burgers, FPN purveys full plate specials, including a fish 'n' chips with a Sweetwater 420 beer batter. Numerous tastes of Louisiana fare include a pair of gumbos, jambalaya, ├ętouffee, a Gulf shrimp po'boy and the famous Creole meatloaf. Local tastes are represented in a shrimp-and-grits dish. The wine list is pedestrian, so savor a local or Louisiana brew. Brunch features a 100-item build-your-own Bloody Mary bar and still more NOLA flavors, such as pain perdu. NOLA tastes also top the dessert list, with a bread pudding. Kids are welcome up to 10 p.m.



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