Monthly Archives: April 2017

Atla’s Fish Milanese Is a Sleeper Sensation

Source: Grub Street NY

One thing Enrique Olvera and Daniela Soto-Innes have been particularly vocal about regarding their new Mexican-inspired café, Atla, is that it’s not intended to be a destination restaurant but a neighborhood joint. The problem with this plan is that the chefs have created a menu full of dishes …

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The 2017 Spring Dining Guide is here. Check it out along with all of the other food news that happened in Atlanta this week

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Aria is one of our time-tested restaurants in Atlanta. Butter-braised lobster is one of the greatest hits at Aria in Buckhead. Photo by George Sanchez

Here’s what to eat, drink, buy, cook and more from the past week in metro Atlanta.

Restaurant news and events

Our 2017 Spring Dining Guide is here! Check out the latest food trends, hottest new restaurants and our favorite classic restaurants in Atlanta.

From one of the best new restaurants in Atlanta, Chef Todd Richards of Richards’ Southern Fried shows us how to make his signature dish collard greens pho.

Atlantan wins a James Beard ...

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The 2017 Spring Dining Guide is here. Check it out along with all of the other food news that happened in Atlanta this week

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Aria is one of our time-tested restaurants in Atlanta. Butter-braised lobster is one of the greatest hits at Aria in Buckhead. Photo by George Sanchez

Here’s what to eat, drink, buy, cook and more from the past week in metro Atlanta.

Restaurant news and events

Our 2017 Spring Dining Guide is here! Check out the latest food trends, hottest new restaurants and our favorite classic restaurants in Atlanta.

From one of the best new restaurants in Atlanta, Chef Todd Richards of Richards’ Southern Fried shows us how to make his signature dish collard greens pho.

Atlantan wins a James Beard ...

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Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecote Opens Downtown Tomorrow

Source: Eater NY

The steak frites import offers basically one savory order — and ten desserts

Cult fans of Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecote — the steak frites restaurant from Paris — will be pleased to know that the second New York location will open at 40 Thompson Street tomorrow. The first one in the city opened in 2009 with its characteristically limited menu of a salad, French fries and steak for $29.95. The restaurant’s secret sauce cultivates loyalists abroad.

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Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecote Opens Downtown Tomorrow

Source: Eater NY

The steak frites import offers basically one savory order — and ten desserts

Cult fans of Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecote — the steak frites restaurant from Paris — will be pleased to know that the second New York location will open at 40 Thompson Street tomorrow. The first one in the city opened in 2009 with its characteristically limited menu of a salad, French fries and steak for $29.95. The restaurant’s secret sauce cultivates loyalists abroad.

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Learn how to make Collard Greens Pho with Chef Todd Richards

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Chef Todd Richards at Richards Southern Fried in Krog Street Market. Photo by Becky Stein

Yesterday Chef Todd Richards of Richards Southern Fried let us into his home and showed us how to create collard greens pho. Richards Southern Fried is one of the AJC’s Best New Restaurants that is featured in our Spring dining guide. Check out how Richards creates this signature dish here:

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Ticonderoga Club’s Indoor Patio Will Soon Become ‘The Pineapple Room’

Source: Eater Atlanta

‘West Indies-styled cocktails,’ coming soon

The folks at Ticonderoga Club are working on a new experience for patrons at their Krog Street Market restaurant. The indoor patio that opens up into the market, once a destination for spiedie sandwiches and sort of a holding pen for diners waiting on tables since day one, will soon transform into something called “The Pineapple Room.” Partner Bart Sasso tells Eater Atlanta the impending change is part of T-Club’s attempt to offer “a number of experiences under a single roof.”

“Until now, the outer, patio-styled area of the restaurant has acted merely ...

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Ticonderoga Club’s Indoor Patio Will Soon Become ‘The Pineapple Room’

Source: Eater Atlanta

‘West Indies-styled cocktails,’ coming soon

The folks at Ticonderoga Club are working on a new experience for patrons at their Krog Street Market restaurant. The indoor patio that opens up into the market, once a destination for spiedie sandwiches and sort of a holding pen for diners waiting on tables since day one, will soon transform into something called “The Pineapple Room.” Partner Bart Sasso tells Eater Atlanta the impending change is part of T-Club’s attempt to offer “a number of experiences under a single roof.”

“Until now, the outer, patio-styled area of the restaurant has acted merely ...

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New Restaurants to look for on Buford Highway

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Light bulb tea will be available at Mist Snack Dessert Bar. / Photo courtesy of Mist

Over the past month, Buford Highway has seen a wave of unique restaurant openings. From Thai to Malaysian, a number of new restaurants have brought their own touch of flavor to Buford Highway.

Mist Snack Dessert Bar 

Full of trendy food and drink items, Mist Snack Dessert bar is the creation of co-owner Lilly Zhao, who also co-owns Mini Hot Pot Deluxe next door. Located in the Orient Center on 4897 Buford Hwy NE in Chamblee, Mist has creative items, such as, pizza cones, ...

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Five Restaurants to Try This Weekend

Source: Eater DC

Get out of the comfort zone

Need dining inspiration for this coming weekend? Don’t fret — Eater’s here to help.

Each week, the site’s editors select a new group of restaurants worth visiting throughout the weekend. These picks range from brand new restaurants to old, reliable favorites. Some pair well with fun weekend activities; others reflect recent happenings. Diners probably won’t get to all five in one weekend, but that’s what next weekend is for, right?

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For an easy grab-and-go option: Philly-based Honeygrow, currently located in Chinatown and Pentagon City (but still growing), provides fast and ...

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Fyre Festival’s Food Fiasco Is Not Stephen Starr’s Fault

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

At this point, you’re probably well aware of the Fyre Festival disaster unfolding in the Bahamas. The short and sweet of it: rapper Ja Rule and tech tycoon Billy McFarland set out to host an ultra-high-end, VIPs-only music festival on the Islands of the Exumas. It came with its own video starring Kendall Jenner and Emily Ratajkowski. People who bought tickets to the festival were promised “first-class culinary experiences and a luxury atmosphere”, which meant everything from chartered yachts to morning yoga to food catering by Starr Events. But when guests arrived on Thursday, they were met with, as the New ...

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Where To Eat This Weekend: On the Street

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

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You made it through another week. Now it’s time to celebrate. Whether you’re looking for Italian, French, burgers or beer this weekend, we’ve got you covered with a few solid suggestions — including a one-night only party for one of the best breweries in the region and the food event that basically kicks off street festival season every year.

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7 places to drink rosé around Atlanta right now

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Grab a bucket of rosé for $25 at Grain in Midtown. Photo by Alyssa Fagien

There’s never a wrong time or season to drink rosé. The wine’s food-friendly versatility and cheerful approachability as a stand-alone sipper make for perfection in a glass. Whether you’re lounging by the pool with a good book or crushing a burger and fries on the patio, rosé has found a year-round home on wine menus around Atlanta.

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Spring’s simple sophistication extends to the restaurant’s small but carefully curated wine list full of food-friendly pairings including a syrah rosé from Domaine Saint Andrieu in ...

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