Some of what you can get here includes Humus, falafel, Lahmajun, gyros, Turkish Borek, Sish Kebob, Pirzola (lamb chops), and spicy Adana---lots of other goodies on the large menu---check out the website! Turkish coffee, one of my fave coffees, is wonderful here.
There is a Hookah bar open now inside--(I have not seen this!) Lamb
great $3.99 lunch deal
Basically a fast food deli, they have a daily $3.99 special including a sandwich of the day, chips and a large drink. The sandwiches are all good including turkey, tuna, meatball, BMT, and more and you can pile on the veggies for a great sandwich, cheap! turkey sub with lots of veggies, plain lays chips and unsweet tea
The edge of history
Marietta is a small town less than 20 miles from Atlanta. The city pales in comparison to the sprawling metropolis to its east, but it is surrounded by places of historical significance. Marietta was the foreground for one of the major campaigns of the Civil War. General Sherman established a base here and the two armies fought some bitter wars just outside the town limits.
I didn't spend too much time here, but there are a few places of noteworthy interest, especially if you're a fan of historical sites.