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Archived Since:August 19, 2009

Blog Post Archive

9 Atlanta Restaurants to Celebrate Ceviche Day

Ceviche, a raw seafood dish hails from Latin countries. The dish is made from raw seafood being cured with citrus. Fruit like avocado, mango or even pineapple as well as cilantro are often added to the dish too. Celebrate the dish in all it’s glory at these nine Atlanta restaurants. A Priori – When you think of […]

Lakewood Amphitheatre’s New Lounge

Lakewood Amphitheatre opened in 1989 and has a seating capacity of 19,000. Despite living in Atlanta these many years, I’ve only been to Lakewood Amphitheatre a couple times. I’ve seen Jimmy Buffet, Dave Matthews Band (I think) and Live there. Lakewood has always felt a world away, but it really isn’t that bad of a drive. […]

Culinary Apprenticeship Program at Kennesaw State University

Affordable Culinary Program in Continuing Education Paves Way for Success in Just over Half a Year Have you ever thought of attending culinary school? Was it the cost or time that stopped you?  Then give this podcast a listen. We’ll discuss an 8 month culinary program located at Kennesaw State University that is under $10,000. Unlike […]

Marlow’s Expands in Atlanta

Marlow’s is not your ordinary Pub. The upscale establishment features better than your average pub fare in a friendly atmosphere. What’s incredible is that Marlow’s has managed to expand their footprint across the Atlanta area over the last several years, but has been able to do so without tarnishing their reputation. Sometimes when restaurants expand […]

7 Best Steak Restaurants in Atlanta

June is National Steakhouse Month. Here’s the best restaurants in Atlanta for a fabulous steak dinner. Bones – A longstanding Atlanta restaurant is Bones, known for their fabulous steaks. The old school decor and phenomenal service really set them apart from other restaurants in Atlanta. When dining with groups get the seafood platter. You can’t […]

Tabla Indian Restaurant Still Thriving in Midtown Atlanta

The restaurant business in Atlanta is finicky. Often times, I’ll find out a restaurant I just loved has abruptly shuttered. It’s even more competitive in the heart of Midtown Atlanta. So many choices of where to dine in such a small space make it hard to survive. I’m glad to see that of my favorites, […]

Atlanta Father’s Day Restaurants

Agave – If your dad likes things spicy Latin dishes, then head to Agave in Cabbagetown. They’ll be open early on Father’s Day at 4 pm to start the celebration early. Plus, they have a new summer menu featuring lots of Latin spiced offerings. Cibo E Beve – Make a pizza with dad (hands on […]

Tapas on the Terrace at St. Regis All Summer Long

Diverse offerings every Hump Day this Summer at the St. Regis The St. Regis in Buckhead recently launched a summer event called Tapas on the Terrace. The series occurs Wednesdays throughout the summer months from 6 to 8 p.m. at The St. Regis Bar. The cost is $25 per guest which covers unlimited food offerings, and […]

Arriba! Arriba! Bean to Bar Cacao Chocolate in Ecuador

As Colombia is known for coffee, and Chile for it’s fine wine, Ecuador is the king of fine chocolate, known as Cacao. What’s incredible about the industry is that chocolatiers from the world over work directly with Ecuadorian farmers to ensure a fare wage. Two kinds of beans are produced – the national brand of […]

Under the Cork Tree: A New Tapas Bar for Sandy Springs

Fill your craving for delectable Spanish tapas without having to drive ITP at Under the Cork Tree If you’ve visited Hammock’s Trading Company in Sandy Springs, then you already know what an incredible chef William Sigley is. Owning and operating one restaurant is tough enough as I can only imagine. So, when co-owner, Jason Sheetz, […]

Nando’s Gets Atlanta Sauced

Atlantans are going ga-ga for Nando’s Peri-Peri sauce, and for good reason – it’s amazingly delicious! By Lia Picard Back in the 80’s, two gentleman dined at a Brazilian chicken shop in Rosettenville, South Africa and dined on the chicken marinated in Peri-Peri sauce. They enjoyed it so much, they bought the place! That was […]

Blacklane Car Ride + New Midtown Bar Tried

With an offer to try a new car service, I thought, why not take it to Midtown’s hottest new bar? Blacklane car service works not with an app but is web based. You schedule your service and a driver picks you up. Most are professional, full time drivers looking  to add to their income, not people […]

Here’s Why You Need to Visit Tavernpointe in Midtown

Located in the heart of Midtown is Tavernpointe, a new gastropub. If you are a fan of GRAIN or Seven Lamps, two restaurants churning out excellent food and cocktails, Tavernpointe will not disappoint. Besides many local beers on draft and a terrific selection of wines, all offered by the glass, cocktails are outstanding. Looking to save some […]

Veteran’s Memorial Walk: A Tribute to Veteran’s Past and Present

A new Memorial Park is open that commemorates all veterans. One of the things I love about my blog (besides all the amazing food I eat) are the incredible people I meet through it. Mostly, my blog affords me the opportunity to sit down and talk with chefs, which I love. Last month, however, I […]

Healthy Eats: Fried Broccoli Recipe

Ramen Hood is a vegan ramen stall at the Grand Central Market in downtown Los Angeles.  At Ramen Hood they serve a simple yet delicious dish of fried broccoli florets, dousing them with a spicy sauce. Now you can enjoy it at home. Sauce:1/2 cup malt vinegar 1/4 cup soy sauce 1/4 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoon chile […]

Recipes Under $10: Swordfish Steaks from Sprouts Farmer’s Market

Sprouts Farmer’s Market had been open for several months before I visited. Sprouts’ flyers and appearance made me think it would be super pricey, but a deal on some Swordfish steaks lured me in. This is NOT a sponsored post. So, if you ever see Swordfish on a menu it’s usually somewhere between $26 and […]

Groupon Does Coupons

This is a sponsored post by Groupon. All opinions are mine. I’ve never been much of a coupon clipper. It all seems like too much of a hassle. But give me a discount code or an app I can use? Now that’s something I could see myself using. Did you know that Groupon offers coupons […]

Revival and Communion: Southern Food is Resurrected in Decatur

It doesn’t get more southern that Kevin Gillespie’s Revival in the heart of Decatur. Establishing roots in a refurbished elegant southern home, great care was taken to keep elements the same like the original windows and hardwood flooring. Artwork on the walls and above the fireplace mantle were created by chef / owner, Kevin Gillespie’s […]

Tacos and Tequilas, Buckhead, Atlanta, GA Restaurant Review

Atlanta has no shortage of Mexican restaurants. Tacos and Tequilas strikes a perfect mix of laid back, yet a fun atmosphere that makes you want to linger and slowly sip on your margarita. It’s rather large so good for groups and a nice choice as Mexican is certainly a crowd-pleaser. Their jalapeno margarita is perfection. It […]

Sunday Brunch at Portofino in Buckhead

The pop up brunch series Portofino was doing became so popular, they changed it to a regular thing. So you know we have a couple weekends in spring and if we are lucky in the summer where the weather is just perfect. I’m talking not a cloud in the sky, low pollen counts and low […]

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