Review of Atlas Kitchen and Lounge

Submitted on July 26, 2017 by Chris Lockfort

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French bread included? Yes
Comments on hot sauce: see the in-depth review; hot sauce is pretty non-standard but still good
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Did you get hot sauce? Yes
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Second base ingredient: Mac salad
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Fries: French fries (straight)
Comment on the meat: very good, superior quality to original garbage plates
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Portion size: About perfect (I left satisfied)
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Some locations have difficulty with large groups; others handle them fine.
Forever alone (1)
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Did you feel that you were going to get shot (0), or were you in the safe part of town (5)?
Comments: I loved this plate, but I recognize it might be divisive among plate-goers.

It's a lovely plate, available in small and large sizes.

I imagine the sticking point for some people is going to be that the hot sauce definitely veers from "tradition". Forgoing a meat-and-spice heavy "hot" sauce, the default drenching material here is an Italian-y tomato sauce with I think shredded parmesan cheese.
It's more like a plate and a primary school pasta lunch had babies.
I consider this a good thing; it was a delicious combo and still remained true to the essential lower-class garbage plate feel in every way.

Other pros include being fairly cheap and having an okay draught selection.