Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Atlanta: Mary Mac's Tea Room




March 6, 2024

Visit Atlanta: Mary Mac's Tea Room

Mary Mac's Tea Room is a mainstay in Georgia, and one of my favorite restaurants that we dined at in Atlanta.  

Complimentary Cornbread

Cinnamon Rolls

Cinnamon Rolls used to be given complimentary at the start of the meal, but now they are on the menu, but still super cheap ($5 for a dozen!).

Deviled Eggs

At Mary Mac's, each guest is given his or her own ticket to write down their order.  

I had the "Veggie Plate," which really was just 4 sides.  I chose the Pot Likker (a soup made of collard greens), Fried Green Tomatoes, Hoppin' John, and Cornbread Dressing & Gravy.   It was so much food!  I really enjoyed every dish!

Veggie Plate

Chicken Wings Plate

Fried Chicken Legs

Chicken Tenders Plate

Each plate came with two sides, and other options included Mac & Cheese, Fried Okra, and Rice and Gravy.
Peach Cobbler
Banana Pudding

We shared two desserts, and of the two, the Banana Pudding was by far my favorite.  It was the best Banana Pudding I've ever had anywhere - so familiar, and so yummy!

Everything was so delicious.  The food was cooked from scratch, and the service was excellent, even during a peak time.  

Mary Mac's Tea Room is a must while in Atlanta!

Mary Mac's Tea Room
224 Ponce De Leon Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30308

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