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Archived Since:August 19, 2009

Blog Post Archive

101 Free things to do in metro Atlanta guide book

Article by Melissa Tran Atlanta – One great city and 101+ free things to do. When you live in a big city like this, finding something to do can surprisingly be  work considering the diverse options to choose from. Sue Rodman and Lesli...Show More Summary

I adopted a baby at Cabbage Patch Kids’ Babyland General

If you are a child of 80s like me, one of the most coveted Christmas presents you ever received was your very first Cabbage Patch Kid. I’ll never forget how excited I was when I woke up Christmas morning to unwrap my new doll. At the...Show More Summary

Carrabbas Father’s Day Giveaway

Tasty Italian on the Northside of town without the in town prices. The post Carrabbas Father’s Day Giveaway appeared first on Roamilicious.

Yalobusha Brewing makes waves in Mississippi

Forget the Hot Toddy in MS, it’s craft beer you want to sip. Head to Yalobusha to try some fantastic craft brews. At only 37 years of age, Yalobush owner, Andy O’Bryan, has started 22 businesses. But he says he’s found a keeper with Yalobush brewing in Water Valley, MS. Show More Summary

Davios Northern Italian Steakhouse Spring Menu

By Andrea Janise Without fail when the Atlanta weather heats up, I find myself looking for restaurants that offer three things: lighter menu options, delectable cocktails and the al fresco option of outdoor dining. Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse located at Phipps Plaza in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta gets high scores on all three. Show More Summary

CO Southeast Asian eatery opens in Atlanta

CO already has locations in Charleston, Savannah, Myrtle Beach, and Charlotte. They’ve opened an additional location in the Poncey-Highland neighborhood of Atlanta. The founder of CO is Greg Bauer, and the menu and concept were inspired by his time stationed in Southeast Asia while serving in the U.S. Show More Summary

Weekend Away: Staying at the Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel

Article by Cheryl Rodewig Disclosure: Our hotel was complimentary, but the opinions expressed are my own. “We need to design our home like this.” Those were almost the first words out of my husband’s mouth as we stepped into our 11th...Show More Summary

Aurelio’s Pizza: Anti-Deep Dish Chicago Pizza

Thin Crust Chicago pizza exists. Find it at Aurelio’s Pizza When you think of Chicago pizza, what comes to mind? Thick, bready crusts, right? It seems that bread is out and thin crust is in everywhere. So, I was surprised to discover Aurelio’s Pizza (hailing from Chicago) which is thin crust pizza. Show More Summary

How to Use a Knife, theatre review

Pressure cooker dramedy takes a peek behind a Wall Street kitchen. How to Use a Knife is the first play by Will Snider. The night I saw the play, Snider was in the audience. It is refreshing to see an off-broadway show while it is up and coming. To date it has only been in […] The post How to Use a Knife, theatre review appeared first on Roamilicious.

12 small steps to make moving easier

It’s no secret that moving from one house to another is one of the top stressors in life, along with getting married, having a baby, and starting a new job, but it’s not exactly rocket science, either. It takes some work, but, with a little organization, you can move from your house AND keep your […] The post 12 small steps to make moving easier appeared first on Roamilicious.

Food Terminal, Buford Highway, Atlanta, GA Restaurant Review

Food Terminal is a Malaysian restaurant open on Buford Highway Food Terminal, the restaurant from the owners of Sweet Hut, (Buford Highway and Midtown) opened a couple months ago with much excitement. Located in a strip mall off of Buford Highway with a many other restaurants and shops -you may find parking difficult at peak times. Show More Summary

Giveaway: Brookhaven Beer Festival Tickets

Win a pair of tickets t the Brookhaven Beer Festival ($74 value). Enter below. The Brookhaven Beer Festival is back on June 10 from 3-8 p.m., bringing unlimited beer and wine tastings from over 200 of the best breweries and wineries in the country. Show More Summary

8 reasons you’ll love brunch at 9 Mile Station

Impress out of town guests at 9 Mile Station in Ponce City Market 1.It’s on a roof – Enjoy spectacular views of the Atlanta skyline as you dine at 9 Mile station. Even if you are indoors, you can still take in the gorgeous views year round. 2. You can stay and play games at […] The post 8 reasons you’ll love brunch at 9 Mile Station appeared first on Roamilicious.

Rize Pizza Sandy Springs

Rise: A new pizza joint for Sandy Springs Sandy Springs is growing by leaps and bounds. Every time I drive there I see a new restaurants or building going up. Now, they’ve got an additional fast casual restaurant with Rize Artisan Pizza. Dough is cold proofed for 48 hours. Each pizza is baked for over […] The post Rize Pizza Sandy Springs appeared first on Roamilicious.

Barbecue champion creates hybrid hog for competition

Olives has like 30 different types of Martinis to choose from at $5 each. My suggesion is the Nutty Martini made with Frangelico - soooooo yummy! The post Barbecue champion creates hybrid hog for competition appeared first on Roamilicious.

Sonesta Gwinnett Place Hotel Review

Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta provides excellent local getaway This was a hosted hotel stay, but all opinions expressed are my own.  By Matt Jennings A beautiful resort-style hotel just off Pleasant Hill in Duluth, the Sonesta offers a getaway experience that’s just around the corner for those living in Gwinnett. Show More Summary

Follow the Pimento cheese trail at these 9 Charlotte restaurants

Do you love Pimento cheese enough to make a trip for it? If so, you’ll want to put Charlotte, NC on the list as here are 9 spots that serve items with sinfully tasty Pimento cheese. Affectionally referred to as the caviar of the south, Pimento cheese is a favorite of most Southerners. Show More Summary

Leslie’s Lane: book review

A fabulous #ladyboss and an amazing friend of mine, Leslie Royal, has published a book I wanted you to know about. The book is Leslie’s Lane and it is chock full of resources for  travel, career, discounts, scholarships and more! Here’s Leslie and I below on various press trips. Show More Summary

Lakewood Amphitheatre: Atlanta Concert Venue

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. Show More Summary

Carrabba’s specialty wine dinners

Carrabba’s provided me with a complimentary meal for this review. Back in March, Carrabba’s hosted the world’s largest wine dinner. It was to unveil their new selections from the restaurant’s wine list, which features 42 distinctiveShow More Summary

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