ATLANTA - Atlanta icon Mary Mac’s Team Room reopens to diners:
Just in time to celebrate its 75th anniversary, Atlanta icon Mary Mac’s Tea Room is once again welcoming visitors into its legendary dining room. And even though the restaurant’s got a new owner and several new safety measures in place due to the ongoing pandemic, the Mary Mac’s team says its legendary Southern charm is still intact.
After closing down in March due to the pandemic, Mary Mac’s Tea Room began offering curbside pickup early this month and begins full dining room service Monday. The restaurant was first opened in 1945 by Mary MacKenzie as one of more than a dozen tearooms in Atlanta. Not only is Mary Mac’s the only one of those tearooms still in operation, it’s also grown into one of the largest restaurants in Atlanta.
And now…about that food! Mary Mac’s Tea Room is famous for its meat-and-three menu, featuring fried chicken, barbecued ribs, meatloaf with tomato sauce, country-fried steak, mac and cheese, and collard greens with cracklin’ cornbread. The restaurant’s new owners say they knew not to mess with a good thing – especially since that menu has pleased famous fans from James Brown and Beyonce to Congressman John Lewis and President Jimmy Carter.
Mary Mac’s Team Room is located at 224 Ponce De Leon Avenue NE in Atlanta; to check out the menu or to place bulk holiday orders, click here.
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The film is set to premiere Nov. 10 in over 60 countries as well as on RedBox, Hulu, Vudu, Roku, Google Play, XBox, PlayStation, iTunes, and Amazon Prime. The film will also be available at Best Buy, Target, Walmart, and other retail outlets. You can watch the trailer here.
Wounded Warrior Project:
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CEO of the Wounded Warrior Project, retired Lt. General Michael Linnington, talks to us about how they plan on celebrating this important day.
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