THE VORTEX, ATLANTA, GA.. Good food, menu, service. Menu has the usual "bar food, and app's but has a good selection of their own specialties and meals. Attentive staff. Interior is rustic and a bit dark. I liked it. Not recommended w/ children though they have a kid's menu. We enjoyed our visits.
The Vortex Bar & Grill | Atlanta Double Bypass starts with a half-pound of sirloin, and just gets apocalyptic from there. Six slices of American cheese, eight strips of bacon, two fried eggs, lettuce, tomato, onion, mayonnaise...and all served between a pair of grilled sandwiches for buns. (The scary part? This isn't even the biggest burger on the menu here.)
This is (and I'm quoting the menu here) the 'Quadruple Coronary Bypass'. 4 grilled cheese sandwiches 3 1/2-lb burgers, 12 pieces of bacon, 3 eggs and 9 more slices of cheese (21 slices total). From The Vortex in Atlanta, GA.
Mac 'n' Cheesy-Changa from The Vortex in Atlanta! From the menu: "We stuff a big flour tortilla full of mac ‘n’ cheese and barbecued pulled pork. Then we deep fry it, slice it for sharing, top it with our famous Cheesy Cheese Goo, and serve it with a side of barbecue sauce."
The Vortex Bar and Grill, Atlanta, GA. If you're in Atlanta and you don't go to The Vortex in Little 5 you're a fool! It's a crazy, crazy place but the food is great. Make sure you read all the rules on the menu so you don't make an ass of yourself!
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