Tag: Love The Way You Live

Atlanta’s first nonalcoholic bottle shop, the Zero Co., will open later this year in Poncey-Highland at 626 North Highland Avenue. A collaboration between Elemental Spirits Co. founders Cory and Malory Atkinson and local nonalcoholic distributor, importer, and online shop the Zero Proof, the 650-square-foot brick-and-mortar store will stock over 500 different nonalcoholic spirits, wines, beers, […]

It has never been easier to find enticing plant-based dishes in NYC. Timeout’s vegan and vegetarian options go beyond veggie burgers, although NYC has plenty of those, too—and extends to special occasion destinations, exciting new spots and some of the best overall restaurants in the city. Sure, restaurants all over the ingredient spectrum have broadened their nutrient horizons over the years, […]

Looking for the next location to hold your large party celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, big promotions, belated or pre-lated holidays, and generally getting the band back together events? Look no further because Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island each have options for your next fête, and these are our favorites for those expanded occasions. Most allow you to book space for […]

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 […]

In a town where functioning intercoms are considered an apartment amenity, New Yorkers seek niceties like fireplaces outside of the home. And this time of year, when sweaters replace ceiling fans and we’re already eyeing our jackets, gathering around a contained flame sounds more idyllic than ever. Whether they’re in a dive, a cocktail spot or a cold weather rooftop, these are […]

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 might assume that sky-high imbibing is a spring and summertime affair, but it’s always rooftop season in NYC. Even during rain, wind, and lower temperatures, we simply swap the sunshine and frozen drinks for fireplaces and hot cocktails while still soaking up the skyline view. So grab a sweater and set your sights on the stars at the best cooler weather rooftops in NYC this fall.   To read […]

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.  

Find hand-stretched noodles, mutton soup, and other Xi’an specialties in Midtown; a stylish Mexi-Cali cafe in Decatur; and vegan bread and pastries in Avondale Estates. Here’s Atlanta Magazine’s take on Atlanta’s 3 newest restaurants!

In a city where new restaurants debut daily, it may seem odd to get excited about a particular season. But similar to that unshakable back-to-school feeling, we’re embarking on that riveting time of the year when chefs and restaurateurs gear up to roll out their most ambitious projects. Along with a James Beard food hall […]