Paleo-terians and vegetarians agree, Kabob Land is their fast-casual “gyro” of authentic, made-to-order Middle Eastern and Mediterranean dishes in Buckhead. The heart-smart and wallet-friendly menu features plates of falafel, marinated...Show More Summary
Hotaru Ika @tomobuckhead :: fire fly squid in mustard miso sauce w/ @daviddavid67 @jessroyko #Sushi #Japanese #FoodieBuddha via Instagram
Even with blazing Tom Ford posters adorning several BA walls, spokesperson won't confirm new store.
When Tom Ford's logoed barricade went up yesterday at the main entrance of Buckhead Atlanta, his hush-hush imminent arrival seemed to be announced.
Wagyu pierogi dumplings @atlasrestaurant for @alison_solodkin bday @alsolodkin & those of us not on instagram #Buckhead #TweezerFood #Foodstagram #FoodPorn #Instafood #FoodieBuddha via Instagram
The second Atlanta location of Bartaco opened at 3802 Roswell Road in Buckhead March 15. The first opened at 969 Marietta St. in July, and a third will follow at Inman Quarter (280 Elizabeth St.) this summer.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Atlanta's first location on the 'art and social studio' coming soon to Brookwood Square.
At the heart of Buckhead Atlanta sits the Ida Williams branch of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library. In stark contrast to the feigned classicism of the
A new Thai restaurant called Bangkok Station (550 Pharr Road, Atlanta 30305) will open in Buckhead this April. Owner Ratinthon Nithithanawut and chef Nathaphak (Paul) Maphu will use their restaurant experience in Thailand to forge an authentic dining experience inspired by the rail system there—hence the name Bangkok Station.
This week, Aria rounds the corner on 15 years as one of Atlanta’s top fine dining destinations – and recipient of the highest cumulative Zagat score in town. Experience the Buckhead restaurant’s impeccable service and owner and executive...Show More Summary
Well before its 1998 publication, Tom Wolfe’s Atlanta-centric "A Man in Full" was the talk of Buckhead’s cocktail party circuit; once the 742-page opus hit shelves, the chatter became deafening.
Fifth Group is significantly expanding its restaurant presence, beginning with a South City Kitchen location in Buckhead (and its third in the metro). The first step in its five-year plan will include the new eatery on the first floor...Show More Summary
Because of events happening later this week yesterday was not a Monday Night Lavanderia night. After work yesterday I hustled down to the Warby Parker store in Buckhead. I had two things to accomplish: 1. Get one of the last pair of glasses I purchased adjusted so that they fit on my head better. 2. […]
Powered by Max Banner Ads The second restaurant I’ve visited in the new Buckhead Atlanta center, American Food and Beverage, was even more lovely than the first, Thirteen Pies, both owned by the same company. AFB is pretty expansive, not to mention well appointed. Just look at that beautiful bar that spans the length of the […]
Washington D.C.-based Georgetown Cupcake will debut in Buckhead Sat., March 7 at 267 E. Paces Ferry Road. Marking the sixth U.S. location of sisters Katherine Kallinis Berman and Sophie Kallinis LaMontagne’s seven-year-old concept, the...Show More Summary
Atlanta-based restaurant group files plans for eatery's third location
Iconic Buckhead restaurant files plans for $1.3 million fire restoration.
Powered by Max Banner Ads Located at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Buckhead, just about 10 steps across the hotel entrance is Del Frisco’s Grille. Never having been, I likened it to a Capital Grille, based solely on the menu. However, it is more like the Capital Grille’s younger brother, with it’s more modern style and […]
Updates on new Buckhead Atlanta shops, Phipps Plaza's overhaul, and a few stores we had to say goodbye to.
From: https://www.facebook.com/georgetowncupcake Atlanta - Mark your calendars! The GRAND OPENING of Georgetown Cupcake Buckhead is this SATURDAY, MARCH 7th at 12:00pm! Spread the word to your family & friends in the Atlanta area — In...Show More Summary