Tag: Atlanta Food

Mimosas, Bellinis, and Bloody Marys will always have their place on the brunch table, but restaurants are getting more creative. Today, spirits like tequila, gin, and whiskey get starring roles in drinks that are well-balanced and appropriately daytime-y—with no celery spears in sight. To read more on where you can grab your next brunch cocktail, […]

Serious sushi with a cute name, Persian pleasures at Ponce City Market, and some of the best buttermilk biscuits in town. Here’s the verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants, according to Atlanta Magazine. To read more, click here!

On November 22, the modern hotspot backed by Robert de Niro launched in Buckhead on the lobby level of the 10,000-square-foot Nobu Hotel Atlanta. Nobu offers the signature seafood and sushi the restaurant has become known for, as well as select items unique to Atlanta. New items include grilled baby gem salad with tofu hummus […]

Atlanta Magazine’s, best of Atlanta picks for things to do—here’s where you can play outside, take in art, nerd out, listen to music, roller skate, and more. To read more, click here!

This year, the BeltLine takes center stage once again, with restaurants and bars popping up along the Eastside Trail, as well as in the West End. Popular chefs and restaurateurs like Ford Fry, Linton Hopkins, Tal Baum, and Ron Hsu are back, bringing their creative fare to new locations, while newcomers such as Anthony Spina, […]

In 2018, the Dahlonega Plateau, a 133-square-mile area in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, was designated an American Viticultural Area, giving it a sort of geographic pedigree. Here are a few of the dozen-plus wineries in North Central Georgia. To read more on how to discover the magic behind Georgia’s wine country, click […]

There’s more to Georgia than wine and beer; now you can visit some of the newest craft distilleries in Georgia. With tasting rooms, distillery tours, and more you’ll want the chance to sip something unique, so, pick a spirit that interests you and hit the road—catch a tour, have a taste, and bring a bottle […]

Missed brunch this weekend? Just Brunch Breakfast Bar now serves unique brunch dishes like oxtail and grits, lobster, shrimp, bacon grilled cheese, peach-glazed salmon with crab fried rice, and lighter options like acai bowls and oatmeal with fruit and granola and you can get it all six days a week. Created by owner-chef Keith Kash—founder of Who’s Got […]

More than 30 local restaurants are set to feature special dishes and menus showcasing a wide range of Latin American traditional cooking techniques during Latin Restaurant Weeks, running Nov. 4 – Nov. 18 all over Atlanta. “Participants will highlight menu selections that represent their fare’s authenticity and culture.” In partnership with Grubhub and Feed the […]

Some of the most exciting food in Atlanta today is served out of borrowed kitchens, at farmers’ markets, and from food trucks. From beautifully wrought cream puffs to hearty Taiwanese breakfast, here are some of Atlanta Magazine’s recent faves, and where to find them. To read more, click here.