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Mary Mac's Tea Room

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Mary Mac's Tea Room
Mary Mac's Tea Room Inside.jpg
Interior of Mary Mac's Tea Room
Location in Atlanta
Restaurant information
Established1945 (1945)
Owner(s)John Ferrell
Street address224 Ponce de Leon Avenue NE
Midtown
CityAtlanta
CountyFulton
StateGeorgia
CountryUnited States
Coordinates33°46′22″N 84°22′48″W / 33.772907°N 84.379996°W / 33.772907; -84.379996
Websitewww.marymacs.com

Mary Mac's Tea Room is a historic restaurant in Atlanta, Georgia, serving Southern cuisine. Every morning the workers shuck bushels of corn, hand wash selected greens and snap the fresh green beans by hand. Breads and desserts are baked on the premises. The restaurant is located in the Midtown district at 224 Ponce de Leon Avenue NE. The current owner is John Ferrell.[1]

History

Mary MacKenzie opened the restaurant in 1945. Just after World War II, enterprising women in search of a living, many of them widowed by the war, were establishing restaurants throughout Atlanta. Calling their establishments "tea rooms" was a polite way of elevating their endeavor. The restaurant is known for continuing the cooking traditions of MacKenzie and her successor, Margaret Lupo, who owned the Tea Room from 1962 until 1994. The restaurant was mentioned in the Designing Women episode The Women of Atlanta, wherein Julia (Dixie Carter) made mention of "The Blue-haired ladies that play Bridge over at Mary Mac's Tea Room" as a possible photographic subject for a magazine.[2]

Cuisine

Mary Mac's serves classic Southern cuisine. Famous entrees at Mary Mac's include: fried chicken dredged in buttermilk and flour, country-fried steak, and chicken pan pie topped with thick giblet gravy. Also popular is the restaurant's fresh vegetables, and corn bread with pot likker, a ham broth made with turnip greens. Sides dishes offered include: black-eyed peas, fried green tomatoes, whipped potatoes, fried okra, macaroni and cheese, and sweet-potato soufflé. Corn and yeast rolls are served with lunch. Desserts include peach cobbler and banana pudding.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Welcome to Atlanta's Dining Room - Mary Mac's". Mary Mac's. Retrieved 21 April 2018.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-10-02. Retrieved 2011-09-22.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-12-02. Retrieved 2011-09-22.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

External links

Coordinates: 33°46′21″N 84°22′47″W / 33.772405°N 84.379597°W / 33.772405; -84.379597

This page was last edited on 26 September 2019, at 00:21
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