Upon hearing about a restaurant that was inspired by America’s newfound obsession with all things zombie, you’d certainly be forgiven for wondering exactly what grade the local health inspector gives the place and what ingredients went into the meat dishes.
However, when that eatery in question is Nic & Norman’s, you have to assume there’s everything on the menu is FDA approved.
After all, even though the place is named after two of its co-owners, The Walking Dead executive producer/special effects guru Greg Nicotero and star Norman (Daryl Dixon) Reedus, the meals don’t have any undead ingredients. And contrary to the sparse meals served up on their hit AMC series, Nicotero and Reedus have crafted a friendly hangout with some critically acclaimed food. The place is located in Senoia, Ga., where Walking Dead is filmed and has made sure the menu is filled with such staples as Bison Burgers, New York Strip Steak, homestyle meatloaf, Philly Cheese Steak Fries and chicken pot pie.