Eating Paleo at El Porton Mexican Restaurant

Guys Guys Guys Guys GUYS.  ZOMG.  This is one of my fave things to eat ever.  El Porton is a Mexican restaurant (if you couldn’t guess by the name).  I originally thought there was only 1, and it was in Duluth, but since then I’ve discovered there’s another one in Jones Bridge, and actually 3 additional ones as well in Georgia.  If your’e trying to eat Paleo at El Porton (and eat delicious) – check out my recommendations.

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Eating Paleo at Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe

Taziki’s is a casual restaurant chain that specializes in Greek and Mediterranean cuisine.  There’s 8 in Georgia right now including Sandy Springs, Alpharetta, Athens, and more.   They’re pretty delish – and one of my usual lunch places since there is one right by my workplace.

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Paleo Restaurants in Atlanta

Alright, I’m hearing a lot of “Where’s the full list?” so I’m going to start rounding up the Paleo Restaurants in Atlanta as I blog about them!  This means that there will be more and more restaurants to this list as I eat my healthy way around town!

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Eating Paleo at Farm Burger

As I mentioned before, Farm Burger is a pretty neat place! Not only are the burgers at Farm Burger delicious, they also source their food locally, which is also a pretty attractive quality!  Want to eat Paleo at Farm Burger?  Not hard – read on!

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10 Delicious Locally Sourced Restaurants in Atlanta

Care about where your food comes from?  Looking for locally sourced restaurants?  Good news!  I’ve gathered a list of yummy locally sourced restaurants in Atlanta!  If you’re wondering why you should eat local, well, there are many good reasons, such as it being more fresh (since you cut down on the farm to fork transportation), and you’re supporting local farms!

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Eating Paleo at 5 Seasons Brewing

I know, when you hear “Brewing” in the title you’re like, really?  Paleo… there?  Well, Eating Paleo at 5 Seasons Brewing might be hard, but it could be done, or at least something close to it.  One thing pretty awesome about 5 Seasons is that they buy from local farms.

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