When it comes to what is happening in the Johns Creek restaurant scene, seven is the lucky number.
And, since this year Polo in the Pines celebrates seven lucky years of giving, it’s kismet that 7 Tequilas Mexican Restaurant and Seven Sisters Kitchen are featured in the Atlanta Polo Brunch Festival on October 6. (PoloInThePines.org)
In our humble opinion, the only choice for Mexican cuisine in North Fulton is 7 Tequilas Mexican Restaurant. With four locations throughout the area, each location offers delicious and authentic food, served by a smiling and engaging staff in a beautifully designed restaurant. This is a family-owned and operated restaurant group and you can taste the pride in every course and cocktail. Expect to see all of your favorites on the menu plus a few handcrafted family favorites such as Camerones a lA Mexicana, the El Molcajete, and my personal favorite the Cazuelon Especial.
A Scone for Every Day
Seven Sister’s Kitchen is a local favorite bakery that is taking the scone to new levels. Sweet scones, savory scones and gluten-free scones are available every day in a variety of classic and creative flavors ranging from Caramelized Onion to Strawberry
Champagne and everything in between! There are actually seven sisters but it was the middle sister, Hala who perfected the scone recipe and who then called her sister Farrah in Boston for help! That fated call would propel the family to scone greatness.
The sisters quickly moved from one farmer’s market to six farmer’s markets in one year, outgrew their shared kitchen space. With the increased demand, the sisters set their eyes on what would become their home base: Seven Sisters Kitchen and Cafe at 6955 McGinnis Ferry Road in John’s Creek.
While the menu does offer some amazing sconewiches and some pretty amazing cookies and bars they also have several made from scratch soups and an incredible assortment of prepared salads, remember to get the chicken cilantro, it is the best!
Growing up in a large family, mealtime was the most important part of the day for the sisters as everyone gathered together, shared stories, and laughed. This family experience set the tone for what would be the basis of their new restaurant and at any time during the day the Seven Sisters Kitchens dining room is full with families and friends gathered around the table laughing and telling stories. The place is warm and you can feel that sense of family the moment you open the door.
I am trilled to say that both Seven Sisters Kitchen and 7 Tequilas will be at the Atlanta Polo Brunch Festival on October 6.