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Blog Profile / Omnivore Atlanta


URL :http://blogs.creativeloafing.com/omnivore/
Filed Under:United States / Atlanta
Posts on Regator:3787
Posts / Week:13.8
Archived Since:August 19, 2009

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Quick Bites: Fox Bros. update, Le Bilboquet opens, Cooks & Soldiers, and more

The latest location of New York-based bistro Le Bilboquet opens tonight at the Buckhead Atlanta development. Variations on traditional French fare include Cajun chicken with pomme frites, foie gras terrine, filet mignon, and mushroom risotto.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Atlanta food events Nov. 21-23

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Leave the pie to the pros this Thanksgiving

To brine or not to brine? Should you go with a classic green bean casserole with French's fried onions this year, or class things up with roasted hericot vert and charred leeks?… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this sto...

French bistro Le Bilboquet opens in Buckhead today

The only free-standing restaurant planned for the new Buckhead Atlanta development, French bistro Le Bilboquet, opens today. Executive chef Julien Jouhannaud, who worked under Michelin star chef Alain Ducasse, will oversee the "culinary...Show More Summary

Dining in Downtown Atlanta, Circa 1927

I can't say that I'm much of a history buff, but when I saw a link to a collection of photos (from glass plate negatives) of downtown Atlanta in 1927, I was instantly drawn in to the long-gone streetscapes of our town. Particularly interesting...Show More Summary

Quick Bites: Katana Teppanyaki, Beltline Food Truck Park open and more

Katana Teppanyaki & Sushi has soft opened at 3345 Lenox Road, replacing Truffles Grill 15 months after the Hilton Head-based eatery's shutter. The Japanese steakhouse from Mali Hu, founder of the One Sushi Plus in Brookhaven, offersShow More Summary

Nobody effs with the Jesus (brand of canned piquillo peppers)

Shopping at Buford Highway Farmers Market is a never-ending adventure. On a recent trip, in addition to some jars of French duck fat and canned sake with some excellent label art, I came across cans of piquillo peppers from a Spanish producer called Conservas Artesanas María Jesús.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

QUICK BITES: Souper Jenny pop-up, Twisted Soul update, and more

Following the closure of Brookhaven Bistro at 4274-B Peachtree Road, a two-month-long Souper Jenny pop-up will take its place. The space underwent minor renovations prior to launching on Monday and, pending the resolution of a permitting snag, should launch any day now.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Atlanta food events Nov. 17-23

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Atlanta Thanksgiving 2014: Dinners and take-out

Have a big family but a small kitchen? Scared a relative may blow up the house deep-frying a bird?… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Atlanta weekend food events Nov. 14-16

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Atlanta food events Nov. 10-16

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Drink Mastodon's beer, Black Tongue, this weekend

Seven Mastodon - and beer - related things you should know for this weekend: 1. Mastodon plays the Tabernacle tonight.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Quick Bites: Linton Hopkins update, changes at Kimball House, and more

Co-executive chef Philip Meeker has left Decatur restaurant Kimball House, citing desires to pursue "a few other projects." In the wake of his departure, his counterpart Jeffrey Wall is running the kitchen autonomously.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Atlanta weekend food events Nov. 7-9

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AJC dining critic John Kessler is leaving

After reporting on Atlanta's dining scene for nearly two decades, AJC restaurant critic John Kessler is leaving the newspaper — and the city — in "late spring of 2015." Kessler will head to the Windy City, where his wife has taken an "exciting" new job at the University of Chicago. Show More Summary

Orpheus cans launch, Georgia gets first packaged sour beer

Orpheus Brewing makes Georgia beer history today, releasing the Peach State's first packaged sour beer, Atalanta. The brewery's popular tart plum Saison (CL's 2014 Best of Atlanta critics pick for Best New Beer) rolls out in aluminum cans along with Lyric Ale, a slightly hoppy, dry Saison.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Big Tex Decatur shutters

After a three-year run, Big Tex Decatur, the Tex-Mex eatery from Jonathan and Justin Fox of Fox. Bros. Bar-B-Q, has closed.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Quick Bites: New chef at King + Duke, Gusto! Wood Fire Grill opens, and more

E. J. Hodgkinson has been named the new executive chef at Ford Fry's King + Duke in Buckhead. He departs JCT.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Atlanta food events Nov. 3-9

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