Happy Thursday pretty friends! I hope you are excited for the Christmas weekend! I’m driving down to Florida tonight with my hubby and pups and we are super excited about being with my family. And who doesn’t love an excuse to get down to beautiful Florida, right? But today we aren’t talking about travel, we are talking about delicious food in Atlanta! I have a new restaurant to join the Peaches to Pearls foodie list- introducing Hand in Hand.
Located in the heart of Virginia Highlands, Hand in Hand has been a local favorite for late night drinks. But now Hand in Hand is changing things up and featuring incredibly delectable food as well! I had the pleasure of trying out a few things on their menu with my friends Lindsay from Sell Eat Love and Erica from Eating With Erica. We were all very impressed with the quality and taste of the food.
What to Try at Hand in Hand
We started out with their most popular appetizer- their Nachos featuring their house made chips and blue cheese sauce. Holy yum! It was outstanding and worth getting every single time you visit Hand in Hand. We also tried a lighter appetizer- their baked brie. It was topped with honey and pecans which gave it an excellent taste! For our entrees, I went with the chicken salad sandwich, which is made to order with fresh chicken, and a side of their tomato soup. Both were excellent! Lindsay went with their cheeseburger and Erica got their salmon salad. All of us were very happy with our choices! I highly recommend trying any of these while you are there.
Interested in trying Hand in Hand’s? Take advantage of their phenomenal food deals-
Sunday – start the week off right with $1 fish tacos, $2 chicken tacos and $2 pork tacos all day. Can’t decide which to try? Order them all – it’s only $5.
Monday – all food on the menu is available at half-price, including bangers and mash (Patak Bohemian sausage and mashed potatoes, served with a homemade stout gravy), chicken schnitzel, the Scottish salmon fillet and a satisfying array of starters like pub wings with Tabasco-Buffalo sauce, beer-battered onion rings and poutine (hand-cut French fries and cheese curds topped with brown duck gravy).
Tuesday – just $2 gets you the ever-popular pub burger featuring prime Angus beef and fried onion strings on a H&F bun. Additions like bacon, a fried egg, British blue cheese, goat cheese, cheddar, Gruyère or pimiento cheese are $1 each.
Wednesday – $2 all-beef hot dogs, topped with your choice of chili, cheese, onions or sauerkraut. In addition, team trivia is free to play on the dog-friendly patio. Trivia starts at 8:30 p.m.
Friday – celebrate the end of the work week and the start of the weekend with the city’s best fish and chips—a beer-battered cod fillet with okra pickles and jalapeño tartar—for only $7 (normally $14).
These tempting specials are served in a welcoming, laid-back environment distinguished by knowledgeable and enthusiastic servers, charming fixtures like the British phone box and original artwork, and a spacious outdoor patio.