This Atlanta Restaurant’s Retro TV Dinners Will Have You Feeling Crazy 90s Nostalgia

It's like you've travelled back in time.
TD Dinner Retro Lazy Dog Restaurant Atlanta

Heat up one of Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar’s retro style TV dinners, break out the tray table and kick back in your recliner for the ultimate millennial dinner-time flashback. 

Each to-go tray is packed with an entree, a side, and dessert for the perfect filling meal without the hassle of cooking.

The Atlanta restaurant offers 6 choices at $10 a pop including a fried chicken dinner, fish n chips, cheese enchiladas, a pot roast dinner, grilled lemon chicken, and a chicken pot pie. 

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6 TV dinners to choose from 

The only thing you need to do is pop them in the oven and get comfy in front of the TV.

Lazy Dog’s frozen retro dinners are made in-house daily and can be ordered online for curbside pick-up or delivery.

You can order the trays to-go and bring them home for your roommate who was stuck at work or stick them in the freezer for the next time you just don’t feel like cooking. 

Once you pop-a-squat in front of the TV you're bound to be feeling like you're a kid in the 90s eating dinner at your parents' house while watching Wheel of Fortune.  

Except maybe this time, you'll add a glass of wine and be watching on a laptop. 

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar

Price: 💸

Cuisine: American

Address: 5224 Peachtree Pkwy, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092

Why You Need To Go: To grab their take-out retro TV dinners for a flashback to the 90s. 

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