Mary Mac's Tea Room

Mary Mac's Tea Room : 70 Years of Recipes from Atlanta's Favorite Dining Room

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Mary Maca s Tea Room is a legacy and cornerstone in the Southern dining tradition in Atlanta, Georgia.
In "Mary Mac's Tea Room," author and owner John Ferrell brings together over 100 classic recipes from this venerable institution of Southern comfort food.
When Mary Mac's opened in 1945, it was one of 16 tea rooms around Atlanta, Georgia. More than 70 years later, it stands alone in carrying on the tradition of bringing great Southern cooking to everyone from blue collar workers to celebrities.
Now you can bring home many of the restaurant's famed recipes, along with richly illustrated photography, old menus, postcards, and artwork from its magnificent history."
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Product details

  • Hardback | 196 pages
  • 216 x 267 x 22mm | 1,025g
  • English
  • Frontispiece; Illustrations, color
  • 0740793381
  • 9780740793387

About John Ferrell

John Ferrell purchased Mary Mac's Tea Room in 1994 from the original owner. Margaret Lupo handpicked Ferrell to share her historic business and recipes, and her vast knowledge of down-home Southern food. Ferrell has expanded the business while still maintaining the beloved traditions of "Atlanta's Dining Room."
Mary Mac's Tea Room has been serving up classic Southern comfort food to the people of Atlanta, Georgia, since opening in 1945. The last of the city's old Southern tea rooms, Mary Mac's thrives today, serving more than 1,000 customers every day.
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