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Sunday February 4, 2018 10:10 pm EST
Paper Crane Lounge offers a cozy retreat atop award-winning Staplehouse | more...

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Sunday February 4, 2018 07:59 pm EST
Cast Iron Chronicles heads to the Beard House, challenging myths around soul food, gender, and race in the food industry | more...

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Friday January 26, 2018 10:06 pm EST
The Common Market Georgia helps small-scale farmers into large-scale kitchens | more...

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Friday January 26, 2018 02:56 pm EST
Atlanta Winter Wine Fest will feature more than 150 beers, wines, and ciders on Jan. 27 at Atlantic Station | more...

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Wednesday January 3, 2018 06:00 pm EST
It's the Korean take-out shop you never knew you needed | more...

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Thursday December 21, 2017 11:54 pm EST
How a small but mighty community is working to support and empower Georgia's black farmers | more...

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Wednesday December 20, 2017 08:34 pm EST
Need some last-minute gift ideas for the foodie in your life? Atlanta chefs got you covered | more...

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Thursday December 14, 2017 07:36 pm EST
Downtown Decatur's newest salad, poké, and juice bar offers more than meets the eye | more...

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Thursday December 14, 2017 06:50 pm EST
Once needed for times of scarcity, canning and pickling are now some of the hottest ways to prepare fresh food | more...

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Thursday November 30, 2017 01:54 am EST
Eduardo Porto Carreiro. It's a damn good name for a sommelier, isn't it? Exotic, complex with a touch of mystery? The man himself, like his actual title he was just promoted to beverage director for all Ford Fry Restaurants is more down to earth. After establishing a notable wine career in Los Angeles and New York, Porto Carreiro moved to Atlanta in March, along with his "very pregnant wife"... | more...

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Tuesday November 28, 2017 06:49 pm EST
Nick Stinson's no-frills Candler Park breakfast spot, Gato, has been quietly hosting some of the city's best pop-up dining concepts for five years now. It all began with chef Allen Suh's ramen phenomenon, Gato Arigato, back in 2012. Next came James Beard semifinalist Jarrett Stieber's comedy-laden Eat Me Speak Me, which has since moved to S.O.S. Tiki Bar in Decatur. Now, the crowds line up... | more...

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Monday November 20, 2017 05:52 pm EST

Headed to Thanksgiving dinner and no time to cook? No problem. Every potluck needs that lazy friend who just brings wine. And we've called upon two local vino experts to help us be that friend, without shame.

Advance sommelier Eric Crane is director of training at Empire Distributors, a wholesale beverage distributor home covering three states across the Southeast. Certified sommelier Kacey...

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Monday November 20, 2017 05:38 pm EST

The invitation hits your inbox: colorful leaves in shades gold, crimson, umber swirl around a cornucopia spilling with root vegetables. Yay, Friendsgiving! But wait, it says "potluck." The host is cooking the bird, but you need to bring a side. For the host, this means a lot less pressure than a typical dinner party. For you, it means the pressure's on.

No sweet potato marshmallow casserole...

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Friday November 17, 2017 11:00 pm EST
Downtown's Ébrik Coffee Room started as a business but became a community | more...

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Friday November 17, 2017 06:57 pm EST

Our favorite hometown honky bitch, author Hollis Gillespie, came up with "The 5 Absolute Worst Thanksgiving Day Dishes" for her Shocking Real Life Writing Academy newsletter. Now we all have our own weird little food quirks, but very few sound as unappetizing as Thanksgiving sushi. Thanksgiving sushi? Really? That's just gross.

1. Bacon Mug: This is a giant mug made of fried bacon and filled...

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Friday November 17, 2017 06:49 pm EST
Our family Thanksgiving meal was fabulous, but it wasn't the turkey or the cranberries or the dressing that really distinguished it from other meals it was the gravy. Gravy is the glue (forgive the unappetizing term) that brings the Thanksgiving meal together. It bridges the turkey to the dressing to the cranberries to the rolls. It magically works with just about everything. I could (almost)... | more...

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Friday November 17, 2017 06:45 pm EST
Thanksgiving champions a lot of great ideas, namely stretchy pants and testing said stretchy pants' stretching abilities. (Let's focus less on the holiday's troubling origin.) It's a whole lot of nutmeg, socially acceptable day-drinking with family members, going to bed at 8 p.m., etc. I don't even hate the influx of decorative gourds. It's a secular holiday so wonderful it might as well be... | more...

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Friday November 17, 2017 06:31 pm EST


A common joke in Native communities is that the time between Columbus Day and Thanksgiving is open season on Native Americans. Columbus Day, which celebrates the person who accidentally stumbled upon the Western hemisphere and then enacted genocide upon its inhabitants, is increasingly (and rightfully) being re-branded as Indigenous Peoples Day. But then comes Halloween, when Native Americans...

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Wednesday November 15, 2017 07:37 pm EST

"If you're working without a mission, what's the purpose?" says Steven Satterfield, chef and food waste activist, at a breakout session during Chefs Collaborative Summit held this past September in Atlanta. The annual gathering brings together chefs and food professionals to build a better food system, inspiring and educating attendees about sourcing, serving, and operating sustainably.

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Tuesday November 14, 2017 10:54 pm EST
Spiller Park Coffee was batting a thousand. The Ponce City Market stall, co-owned by James Beard award-winning chef Hugh Acheson and barista extraordinaire Dale Donchey, was bustling, the accolades rolling in. But Donchey wanted to grow further, to open a brick-and-mortar location in which to hang his proverbial cap. And this fall, he and Acheson have done just that, with a standalone spot in... | more...

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Tuesday November 14, 2017 09:02 pm EST
I'm a 30-year-old vegan with a thriving Instagram account, a mostly ironic wardrobe, and a job that I can't really explain without the words, "Well, OK. Let me see how I want to say this ..." So, of course, I brunch. I brunch a lot. In Atlanta, that means a quick Google search for who has the most outrageously distant interpretation of traditionally Southern food or the best options for parking... | more...

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Monday November 13, 2017 06:31 pm EST
If there were an award for smiling-est bartender in town, Tiffanie Barriere, a.k.a the Drinking Coach, would surely be a finalist. Barriere may be best known for her long stint seven and a half years running the award-winning drinks program at One Flew South, the restaurant/bar that literally set the bar for airport awesomeness. But to Atlanta's tight-knit bartender community, Barriere is like... | more...

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Monday November 13, 2017 05:28 pm EST

Turkey Day is exactly one week away, folks. Are you feeling pressed and stressed about the big feast? If so, let one of these Atlanta restaurants do the work for you this Thanksgiving.

- Sweet Auburn is putting forward some sweet offerings this Thanksgiving, with meal options for feasts of all sizes. A meal for for six people includes turkey breast, dressing, gravy, cranberry sauce, biscuits...

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Friday November 10, 2017 10:18 pm EST
Wild Heaven Beer partners with the nonprofit to create a beer brewed from locally foraged fruits | more...