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5Church Now Has Brunch Service

It’s often been said that brunch without booze is just a sad, late breakfast. I couldn’t agree more. 5Church has recently added brunch service to their offering. Upon entering the restaurant via the front entrance on Peachtree, you’ll see a fancy cart on display during brunch hours with all kinds of interesting items to customize […]

Culinary Atlanta: Guide to the Best Restaurants, Markets, Breweries and More is Now Available!

This culinary guide to Atlanta’s best restaurants, food tours, breweries and more would make a perfect Holiday gift! Five years ago, I wrote the book Food Lovers’ Guide to Atlanta. So much has changed in Atlanta’s dining scene since I wrote that book. And I’ve had so many people ask when I would write an update. […]

Tin Can Oyster Bar Open in Brookhaven

Hard to believe that Tin Can Oyster Bar in Sandy Springs has already been open for six years. Along with sister restaurant, Teela Taqueria, they are doing quite well. They are doing so well, that when a space in Town Brookhaven became available, they snatched it up. The space Tin Can Oyster Bar has taken over […]

Parish Hot Fried Chicken Friday Nights

Spice Up Your Friday Nights at Parish Only available on Friday nights at Parish is their Nashville Hot Chicken. What makes this so special? Instead of just a couple pieces of chicken, or just a biscuit or sandwich like with most hot chicken offerings, this an a half chicken. Plus, it’s served with a tomato-celery […]

Kitchen 320, Savannah, GA Restaurant Review

Southern hospitality has never been more apparent then at the new Kitchen 320 restaurant in Savannah’s B Historic hotel. Last month, we traveled the four hours from Atlanta to stay the weekend at the B Historic hotel and were treated to dinner our first evening at Kitchen 320. If your refined palate wants something more […]

Dirty Dancing, The Musical, in Atlanta for 3 Days

Dirty Dancing, the musical, comes to life at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre November 25-27. If you are a child of the 80s like me, you’ve lost count of the number of times you’ve seen Dirty Dancing. When I heard there was a musical, I was like, why did it take so long? Dirty […]

Restaurant Recipe: Chorizo Stuffed Dates from Avec in Chicago

Avec’s Chorizo-Stuffed Dates With Piquillo Pepper Sauce 1 tablespoon olive oil  8 garlic cloves, thinly sliced 8 shallots, thinly sliced 8 ounces (about 1 cup) roasted piquillo peppers with any juices (or use any roasted red peppers) 2 cups whole peeled canned tomatoes Kosher salt and black pepper, to taste 16 Medjool dates (pitted) 8 […]

Kroger Thanksgiving Day Hacks

A couple years ago, my father passed the Thanksgiving Dinner torch to me. Growing up, it was always a small celebration – me, my dad and brother. We don’t usually do a Turkey, instead my dad started the lovely tradition of having Cornish Hens, which he did quite nicely, I might add. While I’m relatively […]

Where to Get Thanksgiving Dinner To Go in Atlanta

Here’s a comprehensive list of where to get your Thanksgiving feast to go! Support local businesses, y’all! Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. I mean how great is it that the only responsibility is eating? And after you stuff yourself silly, most of us get the day after off.  So, why waste your time slaving away […]

Butcher and Brew in Alpharetta Review

The small spot is located next South Main Kitchen, in the heart of Alpharetta. The small menu is upscale pub food – wings, bowls, sandwiches and a couple appetizers. For as small of a menu as Butcher and Brew has, it was surprising that they were already out of at least one item, before it […]

11 Tips for Planning a Vegetarian Thanksgiving

If you’re hosting Thanksgiving at your house and are expecting vegetarian guests this year, don’t worry about preparing one large meat eating meal, and another separate vegetarian meal. Most vegetarians do not require a ‘meat equivalent’ at Thanksgiving. Show More Summary

Tapa Tapa: Midtown’s New Tapas Hot Spot

Tapa Tapa opened quietly about a year ago in the Midtown Promenade shopping center. The upscale restaurant is located next to sister restaurant, Apres Diem. Even on a Saturday evening, it was easy to score parking the large parking lot, despite the many restaurants and movie theatre in Midtown Promenade shopping center. As I made […]

Castellucci Hospitality Group Replaces Cockentrice in Krog Street Market

A  brand new, full service anchor restaurant already underway for Krog Street Market Paces Properties announced that the Castellucci Hospitality Group will take over the space formerly occupied by The Cockentrice. “After Friday’s news regarding the closing of The Cockentrice we received an influx of calls about the restaurant space. We began looking at those […]

Giveaway: Tickets to Grandiose Grape Wine Event

The Mill Kitchen + Bar presents “The Grandiose Grape Wine Event” on Saturday, November 12 from 1-5pm. If you like wine (and let’s face it, I know you do) and great food (duh) and supporting a good cause, you’ll want to attend this first time event in Roswell. This GRANDIOSE community event and fundraiser will kick-off the […]

Desta Delights with Authentic Ethiopian Cuisine

Desta means happiness, I learned from reading the menu. There are other common words you can learn as you peruse the large menu. But there’s one word in particular you want to remember: Injera. It’s the sponge-like bread that should be your carb of choice for accompanying your entree. You’ll also find a selection of […]

Divan Restaurant Brings the Mediterranean to Buckhead

Divan Restaurant, located amidst the Buckhead landscape, presents fine Mediterranean/Persian dining with a smooth atmosphere. By Alan Fowler One of the perks associated with further advanced travel options would be the ability to enjoy a meal across the world in less time than it takes to watch an inning of playoff baseball. However, until that […]

Taco Cowboy: Tom Catherall’s New Atlanta Restaurant

When Here to Serve restaurants abruptly closed their doors, many loyal customers were left bewildered about where they’d get this type of unique tapas and seafood they were accustomed to at these restaurants. So, when Tom Catherall, a beloved Atlanta chef, opened Taco Cowboy in the heart of the Virginia Highlands, his loyal customers came in […]

Amalfi Pizza brings Neapolitan Style Pizzas to Downtown Atlanta

By Andrea Janise Admittedly, when I initially saw the location of Amalfi Pizza located in the old Dailey’s Building in the heart of Atlanta’s downtown tourist district, I didn’t expect much in terms of décor and architecture. But once I strolled down the rustic, Italian-themed cobblestone pathway leading up the stairs to Amalfi Pizza, I […]

Casa Marina Resort and Hotel in Jacksonville Beach, FL

Jacksonville weekend Casa Marina is a lovely hotel in Jacksonville Beach, FL. The 23 room spot, is the host of many a wedding. Being right on the beach it is the perfect backdrop for weddings. There are lovely hardwood floors in the rooms and quality furniture, though most guests do spend their time on the […]

Charleston, South Carolina On A Budget

Calling all of my fellow food loving, travel going, cash-strapped, brethren! If you’re itching for an excuse to ditch the city, rotate those tires, and test out your newest playlist, consider Charleston, SC for your next weekend getaway. Charleston, SC If you haven’t heard about the amazing food coming up in this bustling (pseudo) metropolis, […]

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