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Archived Since:August 19, 2009

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Fourth of July $17.76 Prix Fixe Menu

Both Double Zero and Sugo are offering special prix fixe menus for the Fourth of July holiday. The prix fixe menus include three courses and are available on July 3rd, 4th and 5th at Sugo and July 4th only at Double Zero according to the menus below. Double Zero will feature two meat options made […]

Chow Bing Opens Buckhead Location

I was first introduced to Gary Lin’s fast casual concept, Chow Bing, last year. His first Chow Bing is located downtown in the Pencil Factory lofts. I instantly loved the light and healthy ingredients used in his foods. More than that, the decor was a minimalist and modern look, as is his newest location, in […]

Meehan’s New Spring / Summer Menu

Meehan’s may be a pub, but their food is anything but pub-like. For starters, the Ahi tuna bites were chopped tuna atop an English cucumber with pickled ginger and feta. And how do you put an interesting twist on hummus? Use a mixture of Edamame and goat cheese for a delicious and unique dip.   […]

Bloody Amazing Bloody Mary Mix

I think it is fitting, I’m writing this the day after judging the ACVB Cocktail Contest.  James, Mara and myself had a blast last night judging the this cocktail competition with Gone with the Wind inspired drinks. Anyway, as I said before the contest began I don’t discriminate when it comes to liquor. And I […]

Vine and Tap, Buckhead, Atlanta, GA Restaurant Review

Ian Mendelsohn knows good wine. He has worked in Las Vegas at the Windows of the World, as the Wine Director of the Mirage Hotel and Casino, and eventually moved into the same position at the St. Regis in Buckhead. With his passion for wine, he opened Vine and Tap in Buckhead. He has visited […]

The Counter Burger New Menu Items: Hippie Salad + Ahi Tuna Burger and More!

If you think you have to travel ITP to get a well-made-non-hormone-injected-grass-fed burger, then you have to try The Counter Burger in Roswell. I’ve been patronizing The Counter for years, and was excited to learn that they’ve got a revamped menu. I started with the Hippie Salad. This comes with quinoa, herbed goat cheese, sprouts, […]

Common Quarter: A Departure from Chains in East Cobb

Common Quarter, open less than a year in East Cobb, is owned and operated by the guys behind Local 3 and Muss and Turner’s. I’ll admit, on my first visit to Common Quarter in Marietta, I was disappointed. There were dishes executed poorly and service issues. I chalked it up to growing pains and vowed […]

Dinner at Lusca with Hush Dinner Club

Hush Dinner Club is creation of Bea Lewis. She has been hosting dinners at trendy restaurants around the city for a little over six months now. Bea has traveled extensively and wanted to bring diners together to try some of Atlanta’s hot spots. I was invited to accompany Bea on her most recent adventure at […]

Keeping it Local at the Atlanta Airport

Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, time spent in an airport isn’t the most fun. Between delays and cancellations it can be quite lengthy. But you can take some comfort knowing that you have some fantastic dining options if you find yourself at the Atlanta airport. The world’s busiest airport has stepped it […]

Woblet Supper Club Introduces us to Ink and Elm in Emory

It seems that supper clubs are pretty ubiquitous nowadays. Instead of being an underground dinner at a chef’s home, they are now a group of individuals meeting at a hot new restaurant. Some even have their own fancy smancy mobile app like Woblet supper club. They recently introduced us to Ink and Elm for their […]

La Tagliatella, Atlanta, GA Restaurant Review

La Tagliatella is a European chain that opened its first restaurant on US soil in Midtown Atlanta. Unfortunately, Atlantans said “no thanks” to La Tagliatella and it shuttered several months ago. One other location remains in Atlanta at Emory. Having eaten at La Tagliatella before it shuttered, I can see some of this things that […]

Seasons 52 Spring Menu

On a recent Tuesday, Seasons 52 Perimeter was jam packed with diners. A beautiful evening, we requested patio dining but there was not one table available. Considering how hard it is for restaurants these days, I’m always shocked at how crowded it is when I visit Seasons 52. As the flatbread choices were cheese-laden with […]

Bolla Prosecco Product Review

A couple weeks ago, I was feeling for the folks in the restaurants industry, having just gotten through Easter Brunch, they were now tasked with making it through Mother’s Day brunch service. I’m not sure which one is more stressful. My own mother, no longer with us to celebrate Mother’s Day, I always spend it […]

Cibo E Beve’s Spring Menu

Now, when you think of an Italian restaurant, you think more of wine than cocktails, right? But you should be sampling at least one pre-dinner cocktail when you come to Cibo, because they are so darn delicious. In the name of research, I sampled the three of the four new cocktails being offered. They’ve even […]

Chef Darryl E. Evans: Scholarship Tribute Dinner

Arrival at Le Cordon Bleu is filled with anticipation of a meal prepared by top culinary students. To my surprise, I peruse the program and discover courses for this evening are being prepared by notable Chefs who gathered to pay tribute and honor the life of their friend Chef Darryl Evans (this was a last […]

Timone’s Pizza Morningside

A couple Saturdays ago, hubby and I took advantage of perfect Atlanta weather. We went on a 2.5 mile hike at one of our favorite spots (he proposed to me there) and worked up our appetites from some pizza. We cruised down to Morningside neighborhood shortly after our hike and headed straight for Timone’s patio. […]

Bohemian House Opens in Old Fourth Ward

  Bohemian House Opens in Old Fourth Ward Live unconventionally in the brand new, luxury apartments at BOHO4W, in Atlanta’s historic Old 4th Ward neighborhood. Atlanta Restaurant Blog joined local bloggers for a tour and poolside groove with original music and covers by Cinch.     Do you like it fast? All homes are inclusive […]

Road Trip: Hilton Head Dining

My girlfriends and I try to squeeze in a couple girls weekends each year. Last year, we had a blast during my bachelorette weekend in Savannah. This year, we thought we’d have our adult spring break in Hilton Head. While the Westin really disappointed us (it felt more like a Holiday Inn than what I’ve […]

Atlantic Station’s Restaurant Week

Atlantic Station is kicking of it’s inaugural restaurant week on May 12. Many of Atlantic Station’s restaurants will be participating by providing prix fixe menu options, ranging from $10-$15 at lunch and $25-$35 at dinner. We had a complimentary preview of some of the goodies to come. Here’s a sneak peek to wet your appetite: […]

New Cocktails from Holeman & Finch + Restaurant Eugene

They are shaking things up at Holeman & Finch and Restaurant Eugene with new bartenders and cocktail programs. At Holeman & Finch, Sara Justice, from PDT in NYC, is the lead bartender.  We were lucky enough to be included in a small crowd that sampled some of her favorite new cocktails at Holeman & Finch […]

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