Alma Cuchina was a place, like all the others I went to this trip, in downtown due to a congress I was attending. I would call the food about standard for Mexican food outside if Texas and New Mexico.
It is in the ground floor of the building in which I had lunch another day at the Commerce Club, a businessperson's club I would also describe as standard.
Twin Smokers is a BBQ place just adjacent to the Convention Center, which shocked me by revealing a policy of no alcohol before 12:30 PM on Sundays but got back in my graces
by serving up a 1/2 pound of brisket with so many sauces of such varieties of heat.
Sear was another place I was obliged by business to eat at: the Caesar salad seemed dressingless and the chick stone cold.
In the Atlanta airport I realized I'd get no food on my Southwest flight so I chanced upon a steakhouse I think was named Horseshoe or suchlike and by George the steak and boxwine constituted my best full meal of the trip - go figure!