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Fluffy Dishes On Some Of His Favorite Foods!

by Ryan Cox @ Yelp

As Long Beach native Gabriel Iglesias prepares to kick off his “One Show Fits All” world tour at the STAPLES Center this Friday, we caught up with the comedian to talk about some of his favorite food finds in the area. When on tour, he knows he can rely on the “Open Now” feature on... Read more

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Ecco’s Summer Menu Features a Taste of the Rooftop Garden and Some Delicious Surprises

by Maura @ Atlanta: 365 Days, 365 Things To Do in Atlanta

Ecco is, hands-down, one of my favorite restaurants in the city. It’s date night, it’s special occasions, it’s a casual happy hour at the bar…it’s just one of those places you can go anytime. Recently, I had the opportunity to dine there and sample the new summer menu. Because Ecco’s menu changes seasonally (and oftentimes, […]

1000 Degrees Pizza

by michele @ Review Atlanta

White Pizza With Roasted Red Peppers, Mushrooms, & Bacon

Sausage & Peppers Pizza With Roasted Red Peppers

The chain restaurants dominate (by far) in Lake City, Florida. And, for a fast casual chain, this wasn’t bad at all. If we’re [...]

The 10 most Atlanta things that happened in 2017

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Here are ten moments from 2017, both the good and the bad, that could have only happened in (or to) this city we call home, from the MARTA bus that wouldn't move to the fire-induced transit disasters to Falcons heartbreak.

28. Chai Pani

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Kudos to Meherwan Irani, who sticks to his spicy central and south Indian roots at Chai Pani restaurant in Decatur.

Buford Highway - Atlanta Living January 18

Buford Highway - Atlanta Living January 18


Belinda Skelton

Today we are going to take a little trip down Atlanta’s Silk Road. Yes, I am talking about the one and only, fabled Buford Highway. This

Damn. Kendrick Lamar is playing a free show in Atlanta for the College Football Playoff

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

ESPN announced this morning that rapper Kendrick Lamar, whose Damn. album is likely on every single "best of 2017" list you will read this year, will be the halftime performer during the College Football Playoff National Championship on January 8.

Boss Oysters — Apalachicola

by michele @ Review Atlanta

Boss Oyster Seafood

Super Crisp On The Outside, Fresh On The Inside

Crispy & Light

The crisp exterior was father light. There was [...]

27. Kaiser’s Chophouse

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

After more than 30 years in some of Atlanta’s finest kitchens, Liechtenstein-born chef Peter Kaiser finally gets to see his name above the door of a restaurant.

Coach Joe’s Products

by Pam @ The Curb Market

  You  may have seen the sign for City Provisions “coming soon” hanging in the Market. Well,  you will not have to wait for one of the products that will be offered at Atlanta’s newest grocery. You are now able to purchase on line Coach Joe’s branded products. They are manufactured in the US exclusively […]

Ready, set, nest! A ton of new home and decor stores have sprung up in Atlanta

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Atlantans can be quite the enthusiastically domesticated bunch—we brag about our neighborhoods, we treasure our houses, we celebrate our designers and architects, and we decorate with prescient delight. Retailers have taken note, responding in kind with an explosion of new home and decor stores ready to feed our voracious appetite for stylish living.

Editor’s Note: City of the Future

by Betsy Riley @ Atlanta Magazine

In 2011, as part of Atlanta magazine’s 50th anniversary celebration, we invited all the living mayors to the Atlanta History Center for a conversation with Pulitzer Prize–winning author Doug Blackmon. At the time, Kasim Reed, who was just 22 months into his tenure, said, “I view my job as a job of finishing things that […]

The beard is real: 10 things you didn’t know about being a professional Santa

by Tess Malone @ Atlanta Magazine

How much does the suit cost? Is the beard real? We spoke to three of Atlanta's professional Santas to find out what it takes.

Big Fish

by michele @ Review Atlanta

Did we stumble into an ugly food contest?

While that might appear to be the case, we proudly confess to loving this meal all the same. The crab cakes (two rounds of almost [...]

Jersey Elite Brunch at Piggyback Bar JC!

by Sara Mutnick @ Yelp

Decadent brunch food, mimosas and epic skyline views. Does it get any better than that?! Last Sunday, 25 lucky Elite Yelpers were invited to Piggyback Bar in Jersey City for a multi-course sit down brunch. The menu was handpicked to represent some of Piggyback’s most sought after brunch offerings. Guests enjoyed smoked chicken ramen, longanisa,... Read more

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Picnic Food Safety

by Pam @ The Curb Market

Keep foods like chicken salad and desserts on ice in a shallow container set in a deep pan filled with ice. Drain and refill melted ice as necessary. Hot food should be kept hot at or above 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep hot food in insulated containers until serving time. Organize cooler contents and keep coolers […]

Viva Videodrome, the Atlanta video rental store that refuses to die

by Thomas Wheatley @ Atlanta Magazine

Videodrome, the roughly 2,000-square-foot shop at the corner of North Highland and North avenues, is the last video store standing in Atlanta that is not of the XXX variety. It is an oasis for film buffs (and the occasional visiting celebrity) who are suckers for special features, director’s cuts, or not letting Netflix’s algorithms ration out their media diets.

December 2016 & January 2017 Newsletter

by Pam @ The Curb Market

Featured Vendors  Miss D’s Popcorn and Pralines The Mercedes-Benz Stadium just announced the 13 restaurants and eateries that will be featured as dining options for stadium-goers and Miss D’s Popcorn and Pralines made the list. Officials polled more than 4,000 Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United fans to ask what options they would like to see […]

February – March Newsletter 2017

by Pam @ The Curb Market

Happening in the Market Party with the Past  The Market hosted Party with the Past on February 9th from 6:30 to 9 PM, with the Atlanta History Center.  In 1918 Atlanta established a “farmers market” on land cleared by the Great Atlanta Fire of 1917. Farmers would bring produce and livestock to the city and […]

39. The Optimist

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

What with the mini-golf lawn outside, you don’t really need dinner to have a grand time at Ford Fry’s seafood sensation. But you'll want to eat.

6 local beers to warm you up this winter

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Atlanta’s craft breweries are in the giving mood this holiday season. The beer makers have responded to the cold, dark days with fittingly similar brews, as stouts, porters, and brown ales have officially replaced the summer’s hoppy and citrus-infused flavors.

Jersey Elite Hit The Spot

by Sara Mutnick @ Yelp

Last Monday’s Yelp Elite event hit the spot – literally! That’s because Yelpers were invited to check out The Spot in Montclair — an eatery with an expansive classic comfort food menu. By the end of the night, it seemed as if Yelpers had tried nearly all of their offerings. Appetizers such as spinach dip, truffle... Read more

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August 2016 Newsletter

by Pam @ The Curb Market

Featured Merchant The Sweet Smell of Success Congratulations to our very own Sweet Auburn BBQ. According to a recent poll by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Sweet Auburn BBQ is the “Best place to get barbeque in Atlanta.” People were pretty fired up about their barbecue. And Owner, Howard Hsu and his staff showed them what […]

Toucan’s — Mexico Beach

by michele @ Review Atlanta

Toucan’s Restaurant & Sports Bar

This view was fine.

But, this view was even better.

Fresh on the Scene: Rose + Rye, Bar Americano, Deep End

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Deep End serves up Tex-Mex flavors, Rose + Rye's turns Midtown's Castle into a restaurant, and Bar Americano offers a casual Italian-American atmosphere.

11 restaurants you have to try in downtown Atlanta

11 restaurants you have to try in downtown Atlanta


accessatlanta

Here are an array of restaurants in downtown Atlanta perfect for those visiting town for Atlanta Falcons or Atlanta United games.

11. Gunshow

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Built upon the singular promise of eating well and without pretension, Kevin Gillespie’s Gunshow is still our city’s gutsiest restaurant.

49. Rising Son

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

When Hudson Rouse, formerly of Home Grown, and his wife, Kathryn Fitzgerald Rouse, opened this earnest meat-and-three for breakfast and lunch almost two years ago, crowds flocked.

Meet the Atlanta Police officer whose job is to end animal cruelty

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

After a 6-year-old boy was killed and a 5-year-old girl mauled by loose dogs earlier this year, the Atlanta Police Department decided to create a new sworn position, Animal Cruelty Liaison Officer, to tackle animal cruelty cases and educate the community about the relationship between animal cruelty and crime. Meet Amy Soeldner, the first person to hold the position.

Jane Fonda’s 80th birthday bash raises $1.3 million for teen pregnancy prevention

by Richard L. Eldredge @ Atlanta Magazine

Back in Atlanta and standing in front of a packed ballroom, Jane Fonda inimitably distilled one of the benefits of turning 80: “People don’t want to grope you!”

Need to relax? Try this Atlanta-based meditation app

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

Atlanta-based meditation app Welzen is like a gym for the mind. CEO Esteban Gonzalez launched the platform in 2016, applying his e-commerce background to the mental relaxation industry.

Chai Pani owner celebrates Indian chefs with Brown in the South dinner series

by Jennifer Zyman @ Atlanta Magazine

Chai Pani owner Meherwan Irani and Vishwesh Bhatt of Snackbar in Oxford, Mississippi, created the Brown in the South supper series as a way to spotlight Indian chefs living and working in the South. And the first dinner at Chai Pani in January was a sold-out success.

Q&A with Daniel Porubiansky of Century House Tavern

by Tom Maicon @ Atlanta Cuisine

Century House Tavern 125 East Main St. Woodstock, GA Tel: 770.69.4552 www.centuryhousetavern.com Chef Daniel Porubiansky of Woodstock, GA’s Century House Tavern is one of the most interesting chefs in the Atlanta metro area, and probably the most seasoned chef in the entire northern suburbs. Go ahead, laugh at the burbs, say what you want, but […]

29. Nam Phuong

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Both the Chamblee and Norcross locations of Nam Phuong are worthwhile starting points for discovering the joys of Vietnamese cuisine beyond pho and banh mi.

I Luv Pho

I Luv Pho


I Luv Pho

Best Pho in town. Fresh, Healthy, and Delicious Vietnamese food, consist of Spring Roll, Pho, Rice, Beef Stew, Vermicelli, I Luv Pho Noodle Soup and Grill in Duluth, Georgia

6PackSubs

by Greg @ Atlanta Street Food Coalition | Food Trucks

6PackSubs is determined to bring the Vietnamese street food world to you.

Hallelujah: FX’s Atlanta season 2 finally has a premiere date

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Fans of Atlanta, Donald Glover's television ode to the city, have been waiting for more than a year for second season of the Emmy-award winning show. But today, FX finally announced a spring premiere date for season 2.

So Ba In Creative Loafings “Best Of”

by admin @ So Ba Vietnamese Restaurant – East Atlanta Village

We did not really expect it in our first year of being open, but So Ba landed the runner up position or Best Vietnamese restaurant here in Atlanta for the Creative Loafing “Best Of Atlanta” series. Not bad at all considering we had our grand opening just a few months ...

16. The Federal

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Much of this stretch of Midtown has become a bland, corporate landscape, but the Federal is a place to linger.

November 2016 – Newsletter

by Pam @ The Curb Market

Featured Vendors  Metro Deli Soul Food As the temperature cools and the days get longer, I know that many of you are thinking about soup for lunch. Well look no further than Metro Deli Soul Food. They have hot soup most days. Just stop by and check to see what is in the soup pot. […]

Hoi An is voted world’s best city

by Internetfellas @ Saigon Cafe

Thai cooking is very different than modern western cooking. Where in western cooking (particularly baking) ingredients are measured exactly, Thai cooking is much more lenient.

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Cinema for a Cure Screens “Hugo” Benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society – Saturday, May 19, 2012

by Maura @ Atlanta: 365 Days, 365 Things To Do in Atlanta

Join Atlanta’s Evan Melcher, nominated for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Man of the Year, in his quest to raise money for LLS. On May 19, 2012, Evan is hosting an exclusive screening of Martin Scorsese’s Academy-Award winning film, Hugo. The event begins at 7:00 PM with a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception, followed by […]

14 things to do on New Year’s Eve in Atlanta

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

What are you doing New Year's Eve? Here's a roundup of Atlanta events, including parties, concerts, family-friendly fun, and more.

Restaurant Equipment Market, LLC

Restaurant Equipment Market, LLC


Restaurant Equipment Market, LLC

REM is one of the largest suppliers of restaurant furniture, restaurant equipment supplies and fixtures. We provide restaurant equipment tables and used restaurant equipment in Atlanta at competitive rates.

32. No. 246

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Ford Fry didn’t always launch behemoth restaurants with sky-high design budgets. In 2011, he opened this intimate Italian charmer in Decatur that remains his most sincere effort.

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: December 6-12

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

The Falcons take on the Saints; Katy Perry comes to town, and tons of holiday-themed fun.

Vinny’s on Windward Goes Napoletana

by Tom Maicon @ Atlanta Cuisine

Neapolitan style pizza didn’t exist in the northern suburbs of Atlanta before pizzaiolo Stefano Rea joined forces with Jennifer Simmons and Stewart Muller, to open Campania Pizzeria Napoletana, located on Highway 9 near Windward Parkway in Alpharetta. The double zero dough slinger then took his game to the Milton/Crabapple area as the opening pizzaiolo at […]

Will Atlanta restaurants soon serve insects? This scientist hopes so.

by Max Blau @ Atlanta Magazine

Eighty percent of the world’s countries already consume insects. They have nutritional benefit—toasted grasshoppers are rich in protein, fatty acids, and iron—and environmental benefits—it takes 2,000 times the amount of water to produce a pound of beef than it does for a pound of crickets.

Yum’s the Word at YumDiggity at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market

by Maura @ Atlanta: 365 Days, 365 Things To Do in Atlanta

Sweet Auburn Curb Market is a veritable treasure trove of deliciousness – from fresh produce, meat and seafood to baked good, flowers, and a diverse selection of restaurants, it’s no wonder the market thrives. The newest kid on the block is brought to you by the  innovator that introduced Atlanta to its first food truck, […]

The art of the thank you note

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

There are two reasons people don’t send out thank you notes: lack of time and no stationery. But don’t minimize the importance of the handwritten card, says Atlanta stationery artist Kelli Hall. Here are three bits of advice for carrying on this tradition.

DAMS Album Icarus Premier: Full Wolf Moon

by Bret @ Bret Phillips

The first single from my band DAMS has been released. The album is called Icarus, the first single is Full Wolf Moon. Immersive Atlanta did a really nice premier for us, you can read that here. Icarus by DAMS

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Clark Atlanta’s marching band was in critical condition. Tomisha Brock is changing the tune.

by Jennifer Rainey Marquez @ Atlanta Magazine

Tomisha Brock made history when she was named band director of Clark Atlanta University as the first woman to lead the band and the first female band director in the entire Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. We recently spoke with Brock about what makes marching band culture so unique at HBCUs.

Atlanta Vietnamese Restaurant - So Ba - East Atlanta GA - Bret Phillips

Atlanta Vietnamese Restaurant - So Ba - East Atlanta GA - Bret Phillips


Bret Phillips

One of the newest members to my family is a tasty Atlanta Vietnamese restaurant in the East Atlanta Village. So Ba is owned by Nhan Le, who also owns Wasabi Sushi, Wine & Saki Lounge in Castleberry Hill. I’ve been feasting on Wasabi sushi for several years now so was stoked to hear he was…

10. Aria

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

The beauty of Gerry Klaskala’s food is that it’s fit for fine dining, but it’s not fussy.

Want Some 'Pho King' Vietnamese Food? - What Now Atlanta

Want Some 'Pho King' Vietnamese Food? - What Now Atlanta


What Now Atlanta

Check out the 'Asian diner' soon in The Shops of Buckhead.

Bratplatz

by Greg @ Atlanta Street Food Coalition | Food Trucks

  EMAIL: info@bratplatz.com WEBSITE: www.bratplatz.com PHONE: 470-358-5607 STANDARD MENU LUNCH_DINNER MENU  

The bright, bold world of splashy home decor brand SmithHönig

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

SmithHönig, a maker of wild and bright home fabrics and decor inspired by travel, has formally been a company for less than a year. But its founders, Melanie Hönig and Kellie Smith, have been creative collaborators for more than a decade. They met when Hönig hired Smith, an interior designer, to work on her home. “She came over, and we were supposed to talk about window treatments,” says Hönig, a photographer and travel blog author. “About four hours, a bottle of wine, and a box of chocolates later, we knew we wanted to work on something together.”

New Pictures Of Our Dishes Are Up!

by admin @ So Ba Vietnamese Restaurant – East Atlanta Village

We recently shot some high quality photos of some of our dishes to get your taste buds pumping. Check out our Photos section to have a look around and see all of the new pics. Here are a few to wet your appetite.

Ruchi serves up solid Bangladeshi and Indian favorites in Chamblee

by Jennifer Zyman @ Atlanta Magazine

Never tried Bangladeshi food before? This Chamblee newcomer is a great place to start. Indian favorites such as rich, creamy spinach and paneer cheese share the menu with garlic chili morich, a spicy, stewed Bangladeshi dish made with finely chopped green chilies, chopped tomato, garlic, and spices.

Flashback: Atlanta City Hall, 1974, when Maynard Jackson was the city’s first black mayor

by Thomas Wheatley @ Atlanta Magazine

He may have been born in Dallas, but Maynard Jackson was an Atlantan through and through.

Eat the World (Yes, the Entire World) Along Atlanta's Buford Highway

Eat the World (Yes, the Entire World) Along Atlanta's Buford Highway


Bon Appetit

Where to find Atlanta's best dim sum, tacos, and pho.

Crawfish Shack Seafood Rebrands

by @dmin @ Crawfish Shack Seafood

The Crawfish Shack is happy to finally be able to show off its new logo and website! We’d like to thank the team at Blue Key Interactive for all their great work. We really couldn’t be happier! We will soon be redesigning the restaurant to match the look of our new brand, so be sure […]

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El Super Pan Finally Arrives at Ponce City Market

by Tom Maicon @ Atlanta Cuisine

If you were a Super Pan fan (who wasn’t?) then you probably sobbed at its closing back in 2012, like the rest of us. But, you can now rejoice this holiday season knowing the reincarnation — El Super Pan Latino Sandwiches & Bar, located in the Central Food Hall at Ponce City Market — is […]

New Realm Brewing Company is now open along the BeltLine Eastside Trail

by Carly Cooper @ Atlanta Magazine

Located next to TWO Urban Licks, New Realm's full-service restaurant is open to guests of all ages. Chef Julio Delgado, formerly of JP Atlanta, designed the menu, incorporating items that pair well with beer, from soups and sandwiches to burgers and pizza.

Carnival Food Truck

by Greg @ Atlanta Street Food Coalition | Food Trucks

Overview of Company: The Carnival Food Truck features all of the fun foods found at fairs, festivals, and carnivals. Our everyday menu options are Funnel Cakes, Corn Dogs, Deep Fried Oreo’s and Nachos Website: www.carnivalfoodtruck.com Facebook: facebook.com/carnivalfoodtruckatl

Atlanta Metro Area 2017 Rent Retrospect

by Nadia Balint @ RENTCafe rental blog

The average rent in Atlanta at the end of December 2017 was $1,340/month, 2.4% more than exactly one year prior. In the metro area overall, the average rent was $1,182/month at the end of the year, an increase of 2.6% over the year, while the national average rent is 2.5% higher than December 2016. Over […]

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The Basics of Speaking Thai

by Internetfellas @ Saigon Cafe

Learn a few words in Thai. Occasionally, women and men use different words to be polite. Add 'kha' at the end of sentence for Women. For men, add 'krub' at the end of your sentence. It's a little word that goes a long ways.

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In a new podcast, the Up and Vanished creators and HowStuffWorks tackle the Atlanta Child Murders

by Thomas Wheatley @ Atlanta Magazine

Local filmmaker Payne Lindsey and producer Donald Albright, the duo behind breakout podcast Up and Vanished, have teamed up with Atlanta-based podcast company HowStuffWorks to present Atlanta Monster, a 10-episode podcast series about the Atlanta Child Murders.

Legendary Atlanta hairstylist Carey Carter’s legacy is laughter

by Richard L. Eldredge @ Atlanta Magazine

As colleagues and customers reflected on Atlanta hairstylist Carey Carter’s life and legacy this week at his Carter-Barnes on Paces salon in Buckhead, one consistent sound served as a fitting tribute—laughter.

New Thai restaurant Chai Yo opens in Buckhead

by Carly Cooper @ Atlanta Magazine

Chai Yo, an upscale Thai restaurant from the owner of Tuk Tuk Thai Loft, has launched a soft opening in Buckhead, accepting limited dinner reservations from now until the end of January.

Soba Loafing

by admin @ So Ba Vietnamese Restaurant – East Atlanta Village

Thanks for the write-up Creative Loafing Atlanta: Late one night a couple of years ago, Wasabi owner Nhan Le poured sake for a group of lingering regulars. The Castleberry Hill sushi bar owner was in a talkative mood, and the conversation turned to dreams. Le explained that his ambition was ...

Pizzeria Lucca brings Neapolitan pizza to Historic Roswell

by Jennifer Zyman @ Atlanta Magazine

Self-taught pizza maker Vic Bernardini is making his mark on metro Atlanta's Neapolitan scene with his Roswell restaurant, Pizzeria Lucca.

Dine Out for Atlanta Community Food Bank Tonight at The Optimist – Tuesday, June 19, 2012

by Maura @ Atlanta: 365 Days, 365 Things To Do in Atlanta

If you’ve been hearing the buzz about Chef Ford Fry’s new restaurant The Optimist lately, tonight is your chance to check it out – and for a great cause! It’s time for the monthly Atlanta’s Table Supper Club, benefitting Atlanta Community Food Bank. It’s simple: dine out tonight at The Optimist and 20% of your […]

That’s Pho’king Good!

That’s Pho’king Good!


Atlanta Cuisine

Last month, I did an article about the grossly overlooked Hong Kong Supermarket food court, that included the fiesty pho at Pho Xe Lua, what I believe to be the best pho in Atlanta. After a flurry of

These are a few of Cynthia Rowley’s favorite things

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

With the holidays just around the corner and a new boutique open at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta, Rowley shared her holiday must-haves, upcoming trends, and fitness motivators—all of which are available at her new store.

Even with a recount, Atlanta’s next mayor is almost certainly Keisha Lance Bottoms

by Thomas Wheatley @ Atlanta Magazine

Even though Mary Norwood is requesting a recount after an extremely close runoff, Keisha Lance Bottoms is almost certainly Atlanta's next mayor. We take a look back at a race plagued by low energy and too many candidates—and look to what's next.

The Daily Show’s Dulce Sloan never thought she’d be a comedian

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Once a regular on the Atlanta comedy circuit, this year Dulce Sloan landed a spot as a correspondent on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, where she's done segments on cultural appropriation and what it's like to be a black woman in late-night television.

Fresh on the Scene: Donetto, ARI Korean Steakhouse, Muchacho, Janet’s Kitchen Atlanta

by Christiane Lauterbach @ Atlanta Magazine

West Midtown's new destination Tuscan food spot, John Creek's design-forward Korean barbecue, a Reynoldstown cafe that sounds like—but definitely isn't—a Mexican restaurant, and Filipino cuisine gains a stronger foothold in Atlanta with Janet’s Kitchen Atlanta.

9. Restaurant Eugene

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Linton and Gina Hopkins, the husband-and-wife team whose H&F brand continues to pop up across the city, give Southern food the white tablecloth treatment at their flagship restaurant.

Rejoice, OTP-ers: Marietta is getting an IKEA

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

It's true—a second metro Atlanta IKEA location is coming to Marietta's Franklin Gateway in Cobb County, the city announced today.

How one Atlantan turned her homelessness into hope for others

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

When not working part-time at Pizza Hut, she would while away hours downtown at the library or the Five Points MARTA station, writing poetry or listening to a CD if she had batteries. It planted the seed for ChopArt, a nonprofit that Whitley, now 28, founded to help homeless children and teens find dignity, community, and opportunity through art.

Atlanta’s first cookie dough counter, Batter, lands at Ponce City Market

by Matt Walljasper @ Atlanta Magazine

Batter Cookie Dough Counter opened in Ponce City Market in November. Eating a bowl of cookie dough sounds like a childhood dream, but be warned, it is rich.

Java Saga

by Greg @ Atlanta Street Food Coalition | Food Trucks

Website: javasagacoffee.com Facebook: facebook.com/javasagacoffee Yelp: https://www.yelp.com/biz/java-saga-atlanta-3 Instagram: instagram.com/javasagacoffee Email: alvin@javasagacoffee.com Phone: 770-686-7613

Pick of The Week: Anabelle’s Table

by Tom Maicon @ Atlanta Cuisine

I have said it before, and I will say it again. Alpharetta’s culinary scene has been pushing hard in the right direction the past few years. Chain restaurants are slowly being overlooked for hipper mom-n-pop destinations, that are now popping up in the affluent suburb with greater success than ever before. Places like newly opened […]

Without farmers, there is no food.

by Michaela @ The Curb Market

I am often reminded of the saying, “Without farmers, there is no food.” Today I read an article about the decimated farms in Puerto Rico. Residents of this country will have no local food for at least a year. Support your local farms, buy local, and eat local are all expressions we have become accustomed […]

Phoenix Elite Event: Official 2018 Elite Celebration at Desert Ridge Marketplace

by Hailey Butler @ Yelp

On Thursday, January 18th, Desert Ridge Marketplace invited 2018 Yelp Elites out to their gorgeous, newly renovated property for a celebration to remember. As Elites arrived, they received a rundown of all the fun that was in store for them throughout the evening and snagged a tote full of schwag and coupons. Yes, please! The... Read more

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Goodbye to the Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead and the celebrity gossip I used to uncover there

by Richard L. Eldredge @ Atlanta Magazine

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Buckhead was ground zero for gossip, celebrity sightings, and the city’s social scene. And when you were responsible for banging out 30 inches of Atlanta’s bold-faced names for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s popular "Peach Buzz" column, you scoured for scoop 24/7.

S.O.S. Tiki Bar’s cocktails go “full-on tacky Christmas”

by Jennifer Zyman @ Atlanta Magazine

With the wild success of the Miracle on Monroe pop-up holiday bar, it's no surprise other Atlanta cocktail bars are getting into the Christmas game. Through New Year's Eve, Decatur's S.O.S Tiki Bar is serving up festive and elaborate drinks in a zany holiday atmosphere.

Alisa Barry reopens Bella Cucina at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta

by Jennifer Zyman @ Atlanta Magazine

Bella Cucina's previous brick-and-mortar location shuttered in 2013, but just in time for the holidays, the Atlanta-based brand of Italian spreads and sauces is back at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta.

At Atlanta’s the Local Pizzaiolo, a World Pizza Champ aims to make Neapolitan pies more affordable

by Carly Cooper @ Atlanta Magazine

“In Naples, you speak of pizza and you think of a food you can eat every day because it’s healthy and affordable,” Giulio Adriani says. “In the U.S., people are going completely crazy with prices from $18-$22. Pizza should be affordable for everybody.”

House Envy: Soak up history in this stately Neel Reid home in Druid Hills

by Mary Logan Bikoff @ Atlanta Magazine

It was on nightly walk around their Druid Hills neighborhood in 2003 when David and Michele Wilson noticed a ‘for sale’ sign at 850 Oakdale Road. They had long admired the stately home, which was designed by revered Atlanta architect Neel Reid and built in 1915.

Where to eat on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Atlanta 2017

by Carly Cooper @ Atlanta Magazine

Looking for spots to dine out on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Atlanta? Look no further.

Treat everyone you meet like it could be their last day on Earth

by Bret @ Bret Phillips

March 18th and 19th was two days packed in at Loudermilk Center for this years WordCamp Atlanta. 600 or so people spread across two days and almost 50 sessions that could be attended.  I was lucky enough to present on a topic myself the last day. Wash each day down with an after party and…

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6. Tomo

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

The best way to see Osaka-born chef Tomohiro Naito work his magic is to make reservations for his omakase at this restaurant in Buckhead’s Ritz-Carlton Residences.

Royal Pig BBQ

by Greg @ Atlanta Street Food Coalition | Food Trucks

  The Royal Pig BBQ Food Truck provides wholesome, smoked southern barbecue. Serving pulled pork, ribs, chicken and beef prepared exclusively on Atlanta’s own Big Green Egg©.   Email: tim.forman@theroyalpigbbq.com   Here are links to some more information about us: Website:  http://www.theroyalpigbbq.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRoyalPigBBQ/ […]

12 questions for Jeezy on all things Atlanta

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

Jeezy talks about his new studio downtown, what's changed about Atlanta, and why he doesn't eat at Waffle House anymore.

48. Empire State South

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

This rustic Midtown centerpiece still draws enormous energy from its handsome bar, which opens at 7 a.m. with coffee, pastries, and bagels.

Atlanta’s Top 10 Food Trucks

Atlanta’s Top 10 Food Trucks


Care.com

We’ve scouted out the top 10 food trucks Atlanta has to offer to give you even more reason to be outside this fall. Atlanta is known for its big city living, which includes an expansive dining scene -- but this scene isn’t  limited to its restaurants. Atlanta is filled with ...

Top 10 Football Foods in The Burbs

by Tom Maicon @ Atlanta Cuisine

It’s mid October and the “who’s in?’ of the college football playoffs already has fans biting their nails, and the next four weeks isn’t going to get any easier. The elite are now starting to shine for the 2015 NFL season, and our mighty Falcons are looking pretty darn good. Don’t you think? As the […]

Home for Dinner: Mac Powell of Third Day

by Julia Bainbridge @ Atlanta Magazine

“We wanted to show that love can go beyond the color of your skin,” says musician Mac Powell of the blended family he’s created with his wife, Aimee. Mac tours either as a solo act or with his Christian rock band, Third Day, about 100 days out of the year, so when he’s off the road, he stays close to home and makes sure the family sits down together.

This Buckhead church building was converted into a bright family home

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

The site was once owned by Joseph Mitchell, the last living heir to Gone With the Wind scribe Margaret Mitchell. Upon his death, he donated it to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta. The church spent two years scrapping the existing house and building a residential-style events space for its prelate archbishop. However, a front-page story in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about plans for the $2.2 million residence helped touch off sharp criticism from parishioners.

Uptown Food Truck

by Greg @ Atlanta Street Food Coalition | Food Trucks

  The Uptown Food Truck and Catering provides American Cuisine items. Our truck offers a variety named after Landmarks of Atlanta such as the Buckhead Bayou Burger and Piedmont Wings and etc…..   Phone: 256-648-1284 Email: uptownfoodtruck@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uptownfoodtruck1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uptownfoodtruck1/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/uptownfoodtruck1

A fire threw Atlanta transportation into chaos—again

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

A fire at a Georgia Power substation caused a blackout Sunday afternoon at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, cancelling all flights and leaving thousands stranded—the second time this year that flames caused a massive transportation disaster. Here's what happened, and how the internet reacted to it.

Atlanta Restaurant of the Week: Nam Phuong - RENTCafe rental blog

Atlanta Restaurant of the Week: Nam Phuong - RENTCafe rental blog


RENTCafe rental blog

  Nam Phuong specializes in Vietnamese cuisine, bringing the traditional flavors of the east to the palates of Atlanta. 20 years ago, the first Nam Phuong opened its doors in Philadelphia. It was named in honor of Queen Nam Phuong, the last queen of Vietnam. It is said that she ruled with compassion, wisdom and …

47. Desta Ethiopian Kitchen

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

You’ll find Desta’s dining room packed with people born in both Atlanta and Ethiopia.

Tet – Vietnamese New Year Celebration @ So Ba

by webdevils @ So Ba Vietnamese Restaurant – East Atlanta Village

It’s been a whole two weeks and you’ve already failed your New Years resolutions. Not to fear, Tet is here! Come celebrate the Vietnamese New Year with us and get a mulligan, maybe kiss someone different this time. 6pm ish until you all go home, will have the smoker going ...

50 Best Restaurants in Atlanta - Atlanta Magazine

50 Best Restaurants in Atlanta - Atlanta Magazine


Atlanta Magazine

Here we rank the Atlanta’s best restaurants—those who define our dining culture, impress us consistently, and leave us hungry for more.

What to pack for your Vietnam Holiday

by Internetfellas @ Saigon Cafe

Thai cooking is very different than modern western cooking. Where in western cooking (particularly baking) ingredients are measured exactly, Thai cooking is much more lenient.

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What’s filming in Atlanta now? The First Man, Venom, Mile 22, Ozark, plus your Georgia-filmed holiday guide

by Matt Walljasper @ Atlanta Magazine

The First Man with Ryan Gosling, Spider-Man flick Venom, Mile 22 with Mark Wahlberg, and Netflix hit Ozark are just a few of the movies and TV shows filming in Atlanta right now.

Chefs on Wheels

by Greg @ Atlanta Street Food Coalition | Food Trucks

Our Lángos is a very popular Hungarian street food specialty. The name comes from 'láng', the Hungarian word for flame. It's deep fried flat bread made of dough with flour, yeast, salt and water (a kind of bread dough). It is eaten fresh and warm.

Get to Know Your Market

by Pam @ The Curb Market

We invite you to visit our new, updated website and TAKE A WALK THROUGH THE PAST as you learn how the city’s only public market came to be. Following the Great Atlanta Fire of 1917, farmers gathered in what was then, the epicenter of Atlanta.

Composting for Good!

by Michaela @ The Curb Market

A little unknown secret about the market that we’re spilling! Since 2011, we’ve been working hard to use our food waste for good through our partnership with Truly Living Well Farm who work to bring nutritionally rich, fresh picked produce to our fellow Atlantans through their community supported agriculture program. You know what they say…compost does […]

The Philosophy of Thai Food

by Internetfellas @ Saigon Cafe

Thai cooking is very different than modern western cooking. Where in western cooking (particularly baking) ingredients are measured exactly, Thai cooking is much more lenient.

The post The Philosophy of Thai Food appeared first on Saigon Cafe .

Oy Veg Kitchen serves up comfort with its vegetarian knishes

by Carly Cooper @ Atlanta Magazine

After several years in Atlanta, Liz Mennen, 29, realized what was missing from her life in the South: knishes. The New York-bred actuary had grown up eating the Eastern European comfort food. “To me, they taste like a hug.”

No architect ever loved Atlanta like John Portman

by Richard L. Eldredge @ Atlanta Magazine

"All I ever wanted to do in Atlanta was create something that would elevate the city.” Remembering the iconic architect, who died December 29 at age 93.

Kenny Blank on the enduring success of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival

by Thomas Wheatley @ Atlanta Magazine

When the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival launched in 2000, it unfolded over 10 days in four theaters. Today, the organization holds year-round events at area theaters and campuses, and its annual 23-day showcase attracts nearly 50,000 people, plus Hollywood hotshots like Lawrence Kasdan and Judd Hirsch, making it Atlanta’s largest film festival.

21. Watershed on Peachtree

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Chef Zeb Stevenson’s 2015 arrival at this 20-year-old institution signaled a renewed interest in progressive Southern cuisine.

4 popular Atlanta workouts to start your new year

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

Free fitness groups, calorie-crushing classes, and high-intensity yoga to burn off those December desserts.

Atlanta Vietnamese restaurant re-inspected after failed health check

Atlanta Vietnamese restaurant re-inspected after failed health check


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A Vietnamese restaurant in downtown Atlanta was re-inspected after it failed a recent health check.

The most anticipated Atlanta restaurants of 2018

by Carly Cooper @ Atlanta Magazine

Atlanta's dining scene has already started 2018 with a bang with Emerald City Bagels, Chai Yo, and Achie's hitting the scene. Here are 14 more restaurants we're eagerly anticipating this year.

42. Table & Main

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Ryan Pernice has invigorated downtown Roswell with two of the busiest restaurants in the area: Table & Main and Osteria Mattone.

First five restaurants for Peachtree Center’s downtown ‘Hub’ project revealed

First five restaurants for Peachtree Center’s downtown ‘Hub’ project revealed


Curbed Atlanta

Eateries at revamped retail center will begin opening this year, developers say.

Robert Green, Atlanta’s forgotten master of modern architecture

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

Robert Green became one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s last apprentices as a Taliesin West Fellow. He returned to Atlanta and started a 40-year career, establishing himself as the closest thing to Wright this city has produced—in a state with no buildings by the American icon.

Chef Ford Fry’s The Optimist Leaves Me (Finally) Optimistic About Seafood in Atlanta

by Maura @ Atlanta: 365 Days, 365 Things To Do in Atlanta

I grew up on the west coast of Florida. As a kid, I was spoiled with seafood. Seafood to us was the freshest possible – many times we would watch our lunch or dinner being pulled from the Gulf of Mexico while we waited. One of our favorite places was Hap Clark’s Fish House – […]

36. Seed Kitchen & Bar

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Doug Turbush brings a bright-white New Nordic aesthetic to an East Cobb strip mall, an unexpected location for an idiosyncratic restaurant.

Exploring Ecco’s Rooftop Garden with Executive Chef Craig Richards [VIDEO]

by Maura @ Atlanta: 365 Days, 365 Things To Do in Atlanta

Ecco is one of Atlanta’s best-loved restaurants – known for its inventive and delicious Mediterranean fare and perfect for date night and special occasions, as well as a casual happy hour at the bar. Named “Best New Restaurant in America” by Esquire magazine in 2006, Ecco has received four stars from the Atlanta Journal Constitution […]

A fondant swan cake helped land Atlanta’s Molly Brodak on the Great American Baking Show

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

A three-dimensional swan, a lemon pepper-flavored portrait of Killer Mike, and six near-identical cookies decorated likes mermaids complete with iridescent golden seashell bras—these are just a handful of the creations Molly Brodak has whipped up in her kitchen this year.

Will I ever be done?

by Bret @ Bret Phillips

We just started watching a new series on Netflix called Abstract. The first episode follows Christoph Niemann to get an idea of his process and inspiration. What started as a ‘let’s watch this during dinner’ turned in to ‘where is my note pad I need to write this down!’. Christoph said a couple really powerful things,…

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Food tour: Cheap lunches in downtown Atlanta

Food tour: Cheap lunches in downtown Atlanta


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As I walked through downtown Atlanta last week, I passed Blossom Tree, a Korean taco joint I’ve been happily eating at for years, which happens to be next to Anatolia, a not-bad Mediterranean joint where the college students like to smoke hookahs.

35. Octopus Bar

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

When Nhan Le and the late Angus Brown opened Octopus Bar in 2011, they shook up Atlanta's dining scene, offering small plates rife with primo ingredients like oysters and uni but served in a loud, dark room.

Powering Down: Mayor Kasim Reed says goodbye to the only job he’s wanted since he was 13

by Steve Fennessy @ Atlanta Magazine

In the Coretta Scott King suite on the second floor of the Hyatt Regency, Kasim Reed, the 59th mayor of Atlanta, was doing something he’s never enjoyed nor been particularly good at. He was waiting.

41. Rumi’s Kitchen

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Ali Mesghali’s Persian restaurant is staged against a turquoise-tiled open kitchen curving along the back wall.

10 Henry County experiences worth sharing

by Matthew @ Atlanta Magazine

Unexpected adventures and out-of-this-world food create moments you won’t want to keep to yourself.

What 9 stylish Atlantans have on their holiday wish list

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

Need a little holiday shopping inspiration? We asked 9 stylish Atlantans for the one item they’re hoping to get this season, from fancy crystal-infused water bottles to pup portraits.

Pho – Vietnamese Noodle Soup

by admin @ So Ba Vietnamese Restaurant – East Atlanta Village

(Not sure how to pronounce Pho? Here’s a passionate explanation from a Pho enthusiast… even has some great audio.) “Pho is a Vietnamese noodle soup, usually served with beef (pho bo) or chicken (pho ga). The soup includes noodles made from rice and is often served with basil, lime, bean ...

Should I go to Thailand Now?

by Internetfellas @ Saigon Cafe

Visiting Thailand is always an adventure, but sometimes, due to rain, politics or economic crashes, you get opportunities to see situations that you might not have planned.

The post Should I go to Thailand Now? appeared first on Saigon Cafe .

Full of Surprises: Varasano’s Pizzeria Perimeter Mall

by Tom Maicon @ Atlanta Cuisine

In all my years of covering Atlanta restaurants, I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like it. Not at any other pizza joint — that’s for sure. I am talking about Varasano’s Pizzeria Perimeter Mall (4400 Ashford Dunwoody Rd NE Unit 2090, Atlanta, Tel: 404.352.8216) which, in my opinion, is a clear statement by owner […]

K-BBQ Factory brings more exceptional Korean barbecue to Duluth

by Jennifer Zyman @ Atlanta Magazine

K-BBQ Factory, the latest restaurant from the owners of 678 and 770, continues to prove that Atlanta's Korean barbecue scene just might rival that of Los Angeles or New York City.

Where to Eat Pho in Atlanta: 16 Vietnamese Restaurants

Where to Eat Pho in Atlanta: 16 Vietnamese Restaurants


Eater Atlanta

As a Hangover Power Hour special, here's Buford Highway expert and Chow Down Atlanta blogger Chloe Morris's comprehensive guide to pho in Atlanta, OTP and ITP. Check out the list below, then head...

31. Noble Fin

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Its dining room may look nondescript, but Noble Fin is one of our most assured, satisfying seafood restaurants.

Bun – Vietnamese Rice Vermicelli

by admin @ So Ba Vietnamese Restaurant – East Atlanta Village

“Rice vermicelli are a part of several Asian cuisines, where they are often eaten as part of a soup dish, stir fry, or salad.” – WikiPedia Our Bun is served on a bed of fresh lettuce, cucumbers, pickled carrots and daikon, bean sprouts, seasonal herbs and crushed peanuts with sweetened ...

Phoenix Metro Area 2017 Rent Retrospect

by Florentina Sarac @ RENTCafe rental blog

As the national average rent increased by 2.5% during 2017, Phoenix rents followed an ascending trend as well. At the end of 2017, the average rent in the city of Phoenix was $934, 4.5% more than it was at the end of the previous year. According to Yardi Matrix, rents in Phoenix have been growing at a steady pace […]

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Coyote howls have you cowering? Don’t fear, says this Atlanta advocacy group

by Candice Dyer @ Atlanta Magazine

Coyotes have been documented in every county in Georgia. Last year, concerns prompted state officials to launch the Georgia Coyote Challenge, a program to trap or kill more of the animals. But the Atlanta Coyote Project believes the program is inhumane and counterproductive.

The Christiane Chronicles: Who serves toast in a bowl?

by Christiane Lauterbach @ Atlanta Magazine

Bowls have their place when serving food, but please, don't put toast in a bowl ever again. Plus, nut milk from Virginia-Highland's Press & Grind has made me a convert.

Chef Jennifer Levison’s New Book “Souper Jenny Does Salads” Proves That Local Soup Maven is About Way More Than Just Soup!

by Maura @ Atlanta: 365 Days, 365 Things To Do in Atlanta

Chances are, if you live in Atlanta and you love healthy, delicious, fresh food, you’ve eaten at one of Chef Jennifer Levison’s restaurants, Souper Jenny and Café Jonah. You may have even caught Jenny on one of her many appearances on the Today show, where she cooks up delicious seasonal soup (and now salad!) recipes […]

The Atlanta Guide | Goop

The Atlanta Guide | Goop


Goop

In some ways not unlike Los Angeles, Atlanta is a driver’s city, with generous suburbs that sprawl in every direction and a decentralized downtown. As young people have made their way back to the central city in recent years, all that room has allowed for unparalleled creative reuse, starting with a circle of railroad tracks the city is transforming into the Beltline, a hugely ambitious Highline-like pedestrian and bike path that completely encircles downtown. Artists have reclaimed the city’s historic buildings and warehouses into assets like the Goat Farm Arts Center, which hosts artist studios, performances, and events. And, helped by generous green space like the Botanic Gardens and downtown’s Olympic Centennial Park, developers have followed their lead with innovative developments like Ponce City Market and the Westside Provisions district. All this investment set the stage for a vibrant food scene...

Dua Vietnamese Noodle Shop

Dua Vietnamese Noodle Shop


Trip by Skyscanner

Check out Dua Vietnamese Noodle Shop's reviews, photos and more on Skyscanner

12. Sushi House Hayakawa

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

Atsushi “Art” Hayakawa is not out to dazzle you with decor. This restaurant is a temple to fish, and the chef is nothing if not a purist.

Sunshine Alchemy

by Greg @ Atlanta Street Food Coalition | Food Trucks

We are a purposefully driven company committed to expanding and improving the standards of mobile and outdoor vending. With intention, we bring Conscious Cocktails and Mocktails, as well as health-forward ‘Vitality Bowls’ and Treats , created with love, care, and positive energy to the Atlanta community.

Atlanta: Here’s how to celebrate UGA in the College Football Championship if you can’t go to the game

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

Thousands for tickets? Yeah, let's not. Cheer for your Georgia Bulldogs and still get the full Atlanta experience at local bars, tailgates, watch parties, and official events as the Dawgs take a shot at the national title for the first time in 38 years against Alabama Crimson Tide.

Steady Hand Beer is opening a brewery and taproom on the Westside

by Carly Cooper @ Atlanta Magazine

Steady Hand, founded in 2015 by brothers Brian and Kevin Sullivan, will open its first taproom in Atlanta in spring 2018, featuring 15-20 taps and a space for live entertainment.

Albuquerque’s Mediterranean Oasis

by Howie Kaibel @ Yelp

Fantastic food and friends. Albuquerque’s very first Middle Eastern Elite adventure kicked off at 6pm on Monday with sleds of incredible shawarmah, lamb, hummous, artisan fries, kabobs, gyro, salad and delectable baklava. Demand for this event was so high, the crowd was split in two, with half arriving for the first hour and another following.... Read more

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You need to try the hot, fresh cake doughnuts at Duck Donuts

by Jennifer Zyman @ Atlanta Magazine

Don't be deterred by the fact that this Atlanta newcomer is a national franchise. The hot, made-to-order cake doughnuts are delightful.

Yelp Atlanta Elites Taste Authentic Vietnamese Food @ Chateau Saigon - Yelp

Yelp Atlanta Elites Taste Authentic Vietnamese Food @ Chateau Saigon - Yelp


Yelp

On Saturday, September 19th, Chateau Saigon hosted and treated a lucky, hungry group of Yelp Elites to a five course menu of authentic Vietnamese eats. Ranging from fish in clay pot to lemon grass chicken to Vietnamese coffee with almond cookies, there was more than enough for everyone. They also learned how to make their... Read more

18. Kyma

by Atlanta Magazine @ Atlanta Magazine

The ocean-blue Kyma, which means wave in Greek, is Buckhead Life Restaurant Group’s brightest star.

REVIEW: Lee’s Bakery, Vietnamese, Pho, Banh Mi, Buford Highway, Atlanta

REVIEW: Lee’s Bakery, Vietnamese, Pho, Banh Mi, Buford Highway, Atlanta


Atlanta Food Critic Blog

I am about as far out of my element as I can possibly get talking about Vietnamese food, so understand that this review comes from a beginner’s perspective. However, I know what great food ta…

The Best Restaurant for Every Type of Cuisine in ATL

The Best Restaurant for Every Type of Cuisine in ATL


Thrillist

Who knew ATL was so worldly?

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: January 24-30

by Joe Reisigl @ Atlanta Magazine

Watch a play about legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday, sip and learn about wine, and fly through a 5K with the Atlanta Hawks.

Atlantic Station is about to undergo a major expansion

by Myrydd Wells @ Atlanta Magazine

With its own zip code and 2.5 million square feet of offices, homes, restaurants, and behemoth retail anchors, Atlantic Station might seem massive now, but it’s less than half built, with several huge holes remaining. Projects scheduled to break ground in 2018 are planned to add thousands of workers, hundreds of new residences and hotel rooms, and fundamental changes to how certain facets feel.

Study: The Average Renter Household Needs $549 in Savings for the Holiday Shopping

by Balazs Szekely @ RENTCafe rental blog

Ideally, the holiday season should be all about giving. Realistically, however, – well, it’s still all about giving, just not exclusively in the merriest sense of the word… Buying gifts, decorations and festive dinners toward the end of the year is a painful addition to everyone’s budget, but these extra holiday expenses put a strain […]

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