Paschal’s is a truly fascinating place to dine in Atlanta because it has top-notch Southern/soul food cuisine, an upscale atmosphere, a retro vibe, and Southern hospitality. The restaurant is located in the historic Castleberry Hill neighborhood has a history that dates back over 60 years.
It was once the meeting place for politicians, business people, and entertainers during the Civil Rights movement.It’s most famous for its fried chicken, mac and cheese, collard greens, black-eyed peas, and fried catfish. Paschal’s is open for lunch and dinner on Mondays through Saturdays and for brunch and dinner on Sundays.
This is also a wonderful place to come for hand-crafted cocktails. For the all-you-can-eat brunch, you’ll find featured favorites like an omelet station, salad bar, fried chicken, herb-roasted baked chicken, and lemon herb tilapia. There are also assorted desserts and tempting mimosas too.Read Full Article