Conveyor-belt sushi in Doraville, prime cuts of steak at Kaiser’s Chophouse, and grab a Cuban sandwich at Buford Highway's Cuba Mia.
ArtsATL's Jerry Cullum reviews the artist's work at Gallery 72 through October 3.
In 2016 Monica Campana, the cofounder and executive director of Atlanta street art festival Living Walls, and Marian Liou, the founder of We Love BuHi, a social media love letter to Buford Highway, met while applying for fellowships at downtown’s Center for Civic Innovation. Soon after, they decided to partner and bring Living Walls to Buford Highway.
The Westside has a new health-focused, fast-casual restaurant, Buford Highway gets a Bangladeshi newcomer, and you have to try Midtown's new micro food hall, The Canteen
The new Chinese restaurant delivers excellent Sichuan cuisine ITP—supple wontons in chili oil, a signature chicken dish that resembles chicharrones, and a crispy blue crab worth digging your chopsticks into.
Don’t let the drab strip malls fool you; Atlanta’s most soulful dining experiences can be found along this corridor.
New to Buford Highway, the hand-pulled and knife-cut noodles at Lan Zhou Ramen are not to be missed. (Not to mention they have excellent xiao long bao, too.)
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
The restaurant looks more like an upscale food hall with neon lights and yellow-coated industrial metal stools, and it serves Malaysian food, which is inherently a mix of Chinese, Indian, Singaporean, and Thai flavors. There is no better cuisine to illustrate what Buford Highway has become: a collage of cultures, where different is treasured and even sought out.
Like any other Buford Highway devotee, I watch the shopping centers evolve as I eat my way up and down our city’s treasured, multicultural restaurant row. Just a few years ago, Asian Square (located just north of Chamblee Tucker Road on Buford Highway) felt like a ghost town—a product of a fairly stagnant growth period for Buford […]
Fans of dim sum and Cantonese barbecue, get excited. Best BBQ recently opened a stall inside Asian Supermarket's food court on Buford Highway.
When you’re looking for soup along Buford Highway, you're looking for noodles and dumplings. My favorite? The stretchy noodles at New Lan Zhou Noodle at Atlanta Chinatown, off Buford on New Peachtree Road in Chamblee.
This Blog Was Fully Ready To Issue A Clarification About The "Buford Highway QuikTrip Murder".This area of Buford Highway is predominately Hispanic so the "Person Of Color" who was gunned down was likely so.UNFORTUNATELY - the picture of the murder victim says otherwise. Show More Summary
Buford Highway’s emporium for everything nails will have the mani/pedi lover’s head spinning.
This sweet sensation first popularized by Thai street vendors has finally made the journey to Buford Highway.
The heavenly massages of Buford Highway’s Treat Your Feet have made their way to Buckhead. The sequel provides the same expert treatments at still-accessible prices—but with a swankier interior.
When Marian Liou moved to Buford Highway, she started an Instagram account: We Love BuHi. She developed a fanbase of more than 4,700 followers, and the media took note. But her story didn't end with Insta-fame. She wanted to help Buford Highway grow and protect what makes it such an important part of Atlanta's cultural landscape.
Contrary to popular belief, Atlanta’s best Mexican food isn’t only found along Buford Highway. Recently, the concentration has shifted to other neighborhoods such as Tucker, Jonesboro, and Smyrna, where you can find top-notch tacos in all manner of styles. While this list is by no means exhaustive, my picks span the spectrum of authentic to […]
Ask anyone pho lover which restaurant makes the very best Vietnamese soup on Buford Highway, and you are bound to get a dozen different answers. The usual suspects Pho Dai Loi, Nam Phuong, and Lee's Bakery are all solid choices, but my current favorite is I Luv Pho, which has been quietly serving unbelievable pho for years.
At long last, xiao long bao (Shanghai Soup Buns) are having a moment, and the dumplings at Buford Highway's Yong He Zhi Jia are a must.