“Bun’s” the word for Matthew Ridgway, executive chef at Gypsy Kitchen and The Southern Gentleman restaurants in The Shops Buckhead Atlanta. On Monday, Feb. 27, Ridgway takes a one-night hiatus from his sunny Spain and Southern kitchens...Show More Summary
Sweet Charlie’s, the Philadelphia-based/Thai-inspired, rolled ice cream and yogurt phenomenon rolls its first-ever franchise location into Buckhead (3872 Roswell Road, next to Superica) this spring. The young brand features the hand-rolled,...Show More Summary
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene The Zac Brown Band lives in Georgia, but in 2012, Brown opted to open his Southern Ground studio in Nashville. Christian singer Chris Tomlin helped start Buckhead’s Passion City Church with Louie Giglio in 2008, but in 2015, Tomlin and his family moved their lives and careers to Music City. Show More Summary
Alex Wan – in the thick of a campaign to become the first gay man and Asian American elected president of the Atlanta City Council – rallied LGBT supporters on Wednesday during a fundraiser in Buckhead.
Atlanta is a city often accused of forgetting its past. Indeed, as progress plows ahead and the heart of the city bustles with new development, older buildings are cast aside as worthless, either replaced by or surrounded by monotonous, anonymous gleaming glass towers. Recently, the tide has begun to shift, with notable preservation successes thanks...
This underrepresented cuisine has finally surfaced at Upper Room, a pop-up run by chef Andrew Bantug and Joyce Lau on Sundays at Tomo that routinely sells out in minutes.
Plans last week were filed for the new restaurant in the Container Store-anchored shopping center. The post Nova Sushi Bar and Asian Bistro Coming To Buckhead Triangle appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
Chai Yo would replace J. Christopher's in the Two Buckhead Plaza development. The post Owners of Tuk Tuk Planning New Thai Concept 'Chai Yo' For Buckhead appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
Sunday’s Prime Rib Dinner at American Cut is made for celebrating a week well spent or pausing to share a fine dinner and conversation before the new week throttles up. Buckhead’s classic American steakhouse with a modern twist now serves a two-course prix fixe menu for $52 per person (excludes tax and gratuity) from 4-9 p.m. Show More Summary
This Buckhead estate boasts lush grounds, a double–infinity edge pool and spa, and 240 feet of lake frontage.
Sweet Hut is slated to open in Lenox Square Mall's Fashion Café. The post Sweet Hut Files Plans For Buckhead, The Bakery's Third Atlanta Store appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
In the heart of Buckhead’s haute revival, high-end boutiques are now mixed with plumbing suppliers—where clients are offered the highest level of personal attention, quality refreshments, and customization.
The Philadelphia-based rolled ice cream concept is slated to open late spring 2017. The post Buckhead Court To Get Sweet Charlie's First Atlanta Franchise appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
The Buckhead grocery store would be built from the ground up. The post Plans Filed For 365 By Whole Foods Paces Ferry Plaza, Could Cost $4.5MM appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
Brown bag or sunny Italy? Betting Italy wins on the office lunch poll. Order lunch to go at Storico Fresco Alimentari e Ristorante in Buckhead. Turn the conference table into a communal table and enjoy lunch together like one big family. Show More Summary
Atlanta's crowded mayoral race has been quietly humming along since last year, but yesterday, in a Buckhead restaurant filled with CEOs and elected officials, the race to decide who will lead the city over the next four years officially kicked off over a spread of Brunswick stew and tabletop buckets of Bud Light.
The casual Italian eatery this week filed plans for the relocation. The post Figo Pasta Buckhead Could Move '265.5 Feet' Across The Street appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
It's the second Atlanta-area outpost of the California-based ramen shop, agreement in place for up to three more. The post [Update] Jinya Ramen Bar Files Plans For Buckhead Location appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
BY ELLEN ELDRIDGE/AJC Staff Writer Raw emotion. That’s what Aaron Lewis brought from Staind into his solo act. And that’s what sold out The Buckhead Theatre Friday with fans who largely liked country but more so followed...
Don't Ask ME: "Why Have YOU Broken Ranks - And Are Always Seemingly Defending Donald Trump AT THE EXPENSE OF (So Called) BLACK LEADERS?"YOU Need To GO TO The ACTUAL PLACES That Your CURRENT EXISTENCE In REAL TIME (NOT "Selma 1965") AFFORD...Show More Summary