Kelly Halbach wanted to be a nurse to work three days a week. When that didn't work out, she went to something she knew: bartending. Bartending came natural and something is very good at and could pay the bills.
She didn't give up on college and when she graduating from Kennesaw State, she bought Mulligan's.
Now Kelly and her Mom (her Mom is the cook) make Mulligan's a place to hangout and create community.
The Marietta City FB Group loves the Crooked Tree Cafe and so do Bill Nowicki and Paul Southern. Bill and Paul experienced the brisket, sweet tea smoked chicken, potato salad, biscuits and homemade sauces. Paul called the brisket "the best I have ever had" and Bill agrees.
The owner, Jeff Haeger leveraged his many years of restaurant experience to create a menu that customers love, even through COVID.
Bill went to the Crooked Tree for breakfast, an hour after editing the podcast, he hopes you will check out some of highest quality food in Marietta.
Authentic Italian food, wine and great stories what makes for a better lunch than that? Well Bill, Heidi and Paul loved meeting Luigi Tartalione and his employees Madison and Vincent at Italia Mediterranean Grill on Cobb Parkway.
We talk Mama, laundry and cooking as well as plenty of banter including watermelon planting pranks.
Paul Southern and Bill Nowicki are joined in their search for great hole in the wall restaurants by Paul's friend, Jim Tarvin. Jim is a frequent visitor to AJ's famous Seafood and Po' Boys at 2100 Roswell Road in Marietta. We sampled several dishes and especially enjoyed the 3 lbs of crawdads and key lime pie for dessert.
There was a good crowd all around enjoying what spring has to offer in Marietta!