Blog Profile / Omnivore Atlanta

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Archived Since:August 19, 2009

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6 chefs, 6 courses, One Harvest

Using the best of early fall's bounty from local farms including Ashland Farms, Grassroots Farms, Mercier Orchard, and Woodland Gardens, One Midtown Kitchen is hosting a delightful Sunday supper dinner to usher in the harvest season.  This Sun., Oct. Show More Summary

NOW OPEN: Snapshots from Staplehouse

Staplehouse (541 Edgewood Ave. SE, 404-524-5005., the supper club-turned-brick-and-mortar restaurant that's been in the works since 2009, has finally opened. After a few weeks of preview dinners and informal patio...Show More Summary

The Hash: Bacon and sriracha meet onion rings, Halloween treats, and more

HAPPY FACE: American kids try dinners from around the world; or, "This is the bane of my existence." Food & Wine has five recipes to help you bring your breakfast into season and seven uses for cheese scraps. Oatmeal fans can continue...Show More Summary

Joel Salatin and the lunatic fringe of farming

Joel Salatin likes to say that innovation comes from the lunatic fringe, and he fully embraces his role as provacateur in chief on the fringe of sustainable farming. On Monday night, Salatin, the famed farmer from Polyface Farms in Virginia,...Show More Summary

All Here To Serve Restaurants have closed

You might be out of luck if you are holding a Here To Serve Restaurants gift card.…

Concrete Jungle hosts 'Weed Dating' at Doghead Farm

Being single in the city ain’t easy. Between the endless dating apps, friends playing match-maker, and accidental introductions at any number of bars, it’s easy to feel more lost than ever.…

Quick Bites: Taka closing, O-Ku announces executive chef, and more

Steve Palmer has tapped former Umi Sushi chef Jackie Chang as top toque of his Japanese and sushi resto, O-Ku. Slated to open in early November in the Westside Ironworks, the 4,000-square-foot space, which includes a sushi bar and rooftop...Show More Summary

Quick Bites: Staplehouse opens, Dancing Goats expands to Midtown, and more

Staplehouse's main dining room and patio are open as of today, Friday, Oct. 2. Because their liquor license hasn't come through yet, all alcohol is BYOB.…

The Hash: Mellow Mushroom burgers, savvy restaurant customers, and more

GNOME SUPPER: College Humor nails every part of why fine dining is the worst. Mellow Mushroom will venture into unknown territory and start serving beef "Carnie" and veggie "Herb" burgers starting tomorrow, Oct. 1. Black-bunned Halloween...Show More Summary

Quick Bites: Loca Luna's new executive chef, Bubbleology USA, and more

Bubbleology, a British bubble tea café, will open its first U.S. stores at Lenox Square Mall and the Mall of Georgia this November. The concept features antioxidant-rich, tapioca-filled flavored fruit and milk tea with a red, white, or green tea base.…

Atlanta Iron Chef Competition for Meals on Wheels

Atlanta's Meals on Wheels program, which celebrated 50 years of giving this year, is throwing down this Wednesday, September 30th, with an Iron Chef competition. Three of the city's finest chefs will square off in the MOW (Meals on Wheels)...Show More Summary

Georgia Department of Revenue tightens SB 63 regulations

When I interviewed the Creature Comforts Brewing Co. team for BeerAdvocate recently, the main topic on the Athens brewery's mind seemed to be growth—and lots of it. In fact, brewmaster Adam Beauchamp told me that Creature is already planning its second brewery location.…

Quick Bites: W.H. Stiles Fish Camp opens, Local Roots app launches, and more

The highly anticipated W. H. Stiles Fish Camp, a.k.a. “Dub's,” from James Beard winner Anne Quatrano and her top notch team, officially opened Sept. 22 inside the Central Food Hall at Ponce City Market. Named after Quatrano’s great, great, great, great grandfather, the full service resto is styled after fresh fish spots like those along Highway 98 in Destin, Florida.…

The Hash: Drunken popsicle recipes, Rosemary's Boneyard Brew, and more

These liquored-up popsicles will reportedly get you drunk. Try it out and let us know. Sharing wasn't caring for a 24-year-old Nutella fiend and his septuagenarian nemesis at a California Costco. In light of recent news, try these very acceptable combinations of pig parts and mouths. Oakland Cemetery and Red Brick Brewing are partnering to bring you Rosemary's Boneyard Brew.…

Quick Bites: BeetleCat updates, Sunday Table dinners extended, and more

The nine-month-long, fire-induced closure of Buckhead’s power breakfast spot, OK Café, continues. Marketing maven Tony Wilbert reports that the landmark diner “won’t open until the end of this month or early October at best.” Chef Derek...Show More Summary

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