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Filed Under:United States / Atlanta
Posts on Regator:3591
Posts / Week:14.8
Archived Since:August 19, 2009

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Georgia Craft Brewers Guild hosts first symposium Saturday

The first-ever Southeastern Craft Brewers Symposium will be held this Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Courtyard Marriott in downtown Decatur. Made up of two concurrent series (one about science, the other about business), the symposium...Show More Summary

The Atlanta Roller Girls have their own coffee now

Caffeine addicts just got a slightly more fierce way to jumpstart their morning routine: micro-roasted coffee brought to you, in part, by none other than the Atlanta Roller Girls (ARG). … [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Atlanta food events, Apr. 14-20

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Fry the power! Fry the powers that be!

While Desmond Tutu is off calling for "an apartheid-style boycott to save the planet" from climate change, Jimmy Carter is battling human trafficking and gender inequality, and Creative Loafing's own opinion page is championing a "21st...Show More Summary

Quick Bites: Varuni-Napoli update, Piola shutters in Midtown, and more

Antico alum Luca Varuni has announced an official opening date for Varuni-Napoli, his forthcoming Morningside Neapolitan pizza parlor: April 23. Varuni - who previously worked under maestro pizzaioli Enzo Coccia at Naples' La Notizia,...Show More Summary

Atlanta weekend food events: Apr. 11-13

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Southern food and culture publications you should probably be reading

An Atlanta eater can dream, right? Perhaps of a publication that gets to heart of what it is to be a Southerner and an eater.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Give $$ to Living Walls, courtesy of Kroger?

Hipster Kroger, Murder Kroger, or Disco Kroger - doesn't matter which one you try to avoid for fear of tranny gangs shop at, you can officially feel better about a feverish late night rampage for nacho fixings. Living Walls, the nonprofit...Show More Summary

Quick Bites: Yum Yum Dessert Co. opens Friday, a new Hop City announced, and more

And the latest Krog Street tenant is... Hop City Craft Beer and Wine.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Sushi and seafood coming to Krog Street Market

In case you missed it, here's the latest in Krog Street Market tenant updates: In addition to Latin pastries, Szechuan dumplings, and Kerala fried chicken, we can now also look forward to sushi and fresh-caught seafood joining the ranks of the Krog Street Market. Show More Summary

SweetWater partners exclusively with Turner Field, other Ga. breweries thrown out at home

Last week, SweetWater Brewing announced its high-profile partnership with Delta Air Lines. Since then, we've learned that SweetWater is also partnering with Turner Field for the 2014 season.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Pollen Pre-Game: 5 new Atlanta patios to hit up now

While the rest of us were Netflix marathon-ing and drinking imperial stout under the covers, it appears that some Atlanta restaurants were busy - a few of them constructing new patios that have laid in wait during the impossibly long...Show More Summary

Atlanta food events, Apr. 7-13

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Quick Bites: La Tagliatella shutters in Midtown, Giovanni Di Palma update, and more

Giovanni Di Palma's new Hemphill Avenue bottega Luisa's should open by April 12. The market will sell authentic Italian prepared foods, cooking ingredients, and offer a reservations-only dining table - set beneath an elegant wine-barrel chandelier - for both intimate meals and private parties.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Atlanta weekend food events: Apr. 4-6

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Gazing out Grant Park Coffeehouse's window

Okay, it's a stretch to connect this photo to food. But I did glimpse the guy out the window of Grant Park Coffeehouse. He's been jogging around Grant Park, waving the Confederate flag, for years.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Dinner at Negril Village

Four of us dined at the brand-new Negril Village last Friday night. The restaurant is the spawn of a restaurant of the same name in New York City.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Starbucks goes pink

"It's time to start thinking of Starbucks for great food," said the tediously unending advertising for the new pastries it has been introducing at its 17,000 locations. The pastries are a product of La Boulange Bakery, a popular Panera-like chain in San Francisco that Starbucks bought about two years ago.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Back to Cafe Lapin and relieving allergies at So Ba and Saigon Basil

Last week I had lunch at Cafe Lapin in Peachtree Battle Shopping Center. The dining room was full enough that we had to wait a few minutes for a table.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

Wanna buy Elliot Street Pub?

It's no April Fool's joke, says Elliot Street Pub owner Mike Jakob. In case you missed it, he and his brother Pete? are selling the popular Castleberry Hill watering hole.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

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