Tag: Food

One question most frequently asked by and of food-obsessed Atlantans is this: “What should I eat on Buford Highway?” Atlanta Magazine has gathered 123 answers to that one unique question! Broken down by the time of day, and what you should grab from each place. You’re bound to find something you love in this curated […]

Once the summer’s last frozen drink has been sipped, boatstaurants batten down the hatches and rooftop bars deploy their retractable encasements, it is time to enter a new contract of autumnal fun, filled with Oktoberfesting, fireside imbibing and of course, that sunset-hued, kaleidoscopic treat: Leaf peeping.   Eatly’s 14th floor has transformed once more, on Wednesday, September 21, Serra by Birreria transformed […]

What do you get when you combine a perfect September weekend, an impressive lineup of top chefs, tables of gourmet bites, scores of fine wine, hand-crafted cocktails, and entertainment? Easy, Atlanta Food and Wine Festival! Happening from September 15-18, a four-day culinary experience like no other, and sure to check all your boxes for a […]

September 22nd marks the official end of the summer, meaning there’s still time for cocktails and rooftop bars! Here are 15 things to check off your summer bucket list before we’re all complaining about the cold weather again. To read more, click here.

Monday Night Garage, the West End location of Monday Night Brewing, recently launched a menu of seven Neapolitan pizzas made in-house using beer yeast. Available Wednesday through Sunday each week, these wood-fired pies are the result of a pandemic project “A lot of the time, you show up to a brewery and it’s chicken wings […]

Nice weather, a beautiful skyline, and a terrace with stunning views of Atlanta’s skyline. Take the time to visit Drawbar this weekend! To learn more about the restaurant or plan your visit, click here.

The middle of summer lands on August 7 this year, and the rush to keep feeling, stack experiences, and gather sensations of these last fleeting weeks makes actually landing outdoor space at rooftops bars, waterside restaurants and other peak weather venues as competitive as securing a table at the Waverly Inn circa 2008. These restaurants and bars offer little hideaways for […]

Have you heard? New York is finally getting a very good Nashville hot chicken spot, courtesy of Los Angeles-born Dave’s Hot Chicken, set to debut in midtown Manhattan at 944 8th Avenue by 56th Street on August 19. Eater reports that Drake might actually make a surprise appearance when the first New York location of the chain opens […]

Black Restaurant Week returns to Atlanta this week and into the next. Over the next several days, why not indulge in the very best black-owned food businesses in Atlanta. Black Restaurant Week is dedicated to supporting and promoting Atlanta’s African-American owned restaurants, food businesses and farms. To read more, click here.

Frequenters of the Atlanta BeltLine may have noticed brightly decorated shipping containers popping up alongside both the Eastside and Westside trails. Starting in August, these containers will begin selling food and drink as part of the BeltLine MarketPlace, a six-month pilot program designed to give minority-owned small businesses a leg up in the competitive retail […]