The Rose + Rye team from left to right: pastry chef Charity Everett, sous chef Anu Adebara, general manager Jessica Schilling, and executive chef Lindsay OwensPhoto by Sara Hanna Rose + Rye Rose + Rye’s backstory makes you want to like it. First, the staff is overwhelmingly female, and our city’s restaurants could use more women in charge. Executive chef Lindsay Owens and sous chef Anu Adebara make up the back of the house, and general manager Jessica Schilling runs the front. Second, Rose + Rye brings Midtown’s quirky “Castle,” a 1900s mansion that sat mostly empty for years, back ...
Fox Bros. will hold preview breakfast pop-ups at the Freedom Farmer’s Market at the Carter Center on Jan. 13, Feb. 3 and Feb. 10, with co-owners Jonathan and Justin Fox dishing up fare for those with a morning hanker for Tex-Mex.
Located at 120 Ottley Drive, near the Fox Bros. ...
The fast-casual eatery adjoining Whole Foods Market in Midtown focuses on the Brazilian style of grilled meat known as churrasco. It always features a bowl created by an influential chef on its seasonal menus. The latest features Acheson’s creation, Slow-Roasted Annatto Pork Bowl, which debuts Monday. The dish, priced at $13, includes parsley farro with roasted ...
Traditional Bangers and Mash at Ormsby’s in West Midtown. / CONTRIBUTED BY HENRI HOLLIS
DISH OF THE WEEK: Bangers and Mash at Ormsby’s
One of the tragedies of winter in Atlanta is that we are so often deprived of the real thing. Thanks to the gorgeous snowfall in early December, made all the more beautiful by the fact that we didn’t become a national laughingstock that time around, our city got a taste of legitimate winter. A couple of weeks later, Atlanta’s typical version of the season kicked in: a constant temperature of 50 degrees paired with non-stop rain.
Celebrate the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. birthday with a six-course dinner at Twisted Soul Cookhouse & Pours. Photo credit: Shelby Light.
Six-course dinner to benefit the James Beard Foundation’s Women’s Leadership Programs. Four-course book signing. There are several fun, food events happening in metro Atlanta, so add one or all three of the following activities to your calendar. Be prepared to eat, drink and have a grand ole time.
Monday, Jan. 15: Mixologist Tiffanie Barriere, chef Deborah VanTrece and chef Jennifer Hill Booker will host a six-course collaborative dinner and cocktail pairing at Twisted Soul Cookhouse & Pours beginning ...
Get a free taco at Babalu in Midtown today. Photo credit: Melissa Libby & Associates.
No matter what state you hail from, celebrate the day after the big game and the Alabama Crimson Tides’ National Championship win with a Gulf shrimp taco with any purchase from Babalu Tapas & Tacos. This offer is valid Tuesday, Jan. 9 only. 33 Peachtree Place N.E., Atlanta. 404-900-9595, atlanta.eatbabalu.com.
LongHorn Steakhouse is offering a free appetizer with the purchase of one adult entrée today. Photo credit: Linda Costa Communications Group.
You know what it is: The University of Georgia’s Bulldogs (or just Georgia Dawgs if you’re a fan) will play the University of Alabama’s Crimson Tide during the National Championship at 8 p.m. Jan. 8. To celebrate, several metro Atlanta restaurants will offer dining deals today. Check out the promotions below and remember, go Dawgs!
LongHorn Steakhouse: Get a free appetizer with the purchase of one adult entrée. To receive the offer, mention the promotion to your ...
Get the party started early with Hampton + Hudson’s regular brunch and dinner menu plus free admission before 8 p.m. Photo credit: Blue Hominy PR.
If the holidays blew your budget or you just don’t feel like dropping a wad of cash for one night or you just want a low-key, but festive New Year’s Eve celebration, this list is for you. The following seven restaurants will be offering fuss-free celebrations, no cover charge celebrations and some will offer free beer or champagne toasts. All events will occur on New Year’s Eve, Sunday, Dec. 31.
Head to STK Atlanta for a fete featuring seasonal specials, drinks, music and more. Photo credit: Caren West PR.
Eat, drink and be merry while toasting the old and ringing in 2018. The following six restaurants in metro Atlanta will offer a range of dining and festive options. All events will take place on New Year’s Eve, Sunday, Dec. 31.
St. Cecilia: Celebrate the upcoming year with a four-course menu that will begin with an amuse-bouche turnip and apple soup accompanied by caviar and pumpkin seeds. For the antipasti course, savor tuna crudo, Jonah lump crab or kompachi followed by pear and winter greens ravioli, spaghetti or risotto. Entree options ...
Fill up with food from Livingston Restaurant + Bar’s buffet before seeing “The Nutcracker” at Fox Theatre. Photo credit: Green Olive Media.
Classic Christmas movie. Party in Decatur. There are several fun, food events happening in metro Atlanta, so add one or all four of the following activities to your calendar. Be prepared to eat, drink and have a grand ole time. And, Merry Christmas, good people.
Thursday, Dec. 21: The Iberian Pig in Decatur will transform into a Wall Street-themed trading pit for an evening of food, drinks at fluctuating prices (remember to buy low), dancing, theatrics and gluttony ...
A rendering of Modera by Mill Creek — Midtown / Rendering provided by SRS Real Estate Partners
A new Midtown high rise will soon be home to eateries from two spots that have already made a splash in metro Atlanta.
The 29-story residential high-rise Modera by Mill Creek, located at 95 8th St. NW, will welcome a second metro Atlanta location of Halal Guys, as well as Momonoki, from the team behind Decatur’s Brush Sushi Izakaya.
A New York City-based food truck turned brick-and-mortar that made a splash last year with its first metro Atlanta location has a second in ...
For each $100 gift card purchased, guests will receive an extra $20 at One Sushi + as well as other restaurants this holiday season. Photo credit: Tori Allen PR.
Did you make your list and check it twice?
For last minute gifts, consider gift cards from the following 20 metro Atlanta restaurants. With slew of bonus dollar deals, each will be a gift of something good to eat. And, if you’re wanting a treat for you, there’s that too; some bonus offers feature a second gift card so you can give and get a gift. All offers are available online ...
Between gift shopping and holiday parties, it can be difficult to find time to cook the perfect Christmas dinner. Let the professionals take something off your plate — or, more accurately, put something on your plate — and handle the main course. Here are five places to buy Christmas ham in Atlanta this holiday season.
The Fresh Market
The Fresh Market’s spiral sliced ham is available year-round, but it tastes best paired with Christmas cheer. The ham is double-glazed with honey and baked sugar then smoked over hickory hardwood. Serve eight to 10 ...
Free boneless wings all day at Wing Zone in Atlanta. Photo credit: No Limit Agency.
Wing Zone is giving away five free boneless wings at all U.S. locations including the restaurant on the campus of Georgia Tech today. The company is highlighting their new Korean Q flavor, but also raising money for the Ben Abercrombie Fund hosted by the family’s community church in Hoover, Alabama. Ben is the son of Marty Abercrombie, who owns two restaurant locations in Alabama. During Ben’s first collegiate game with Harvard University this past September, he was paralyzed from the neck down and is now undergoing ...
Get lunch for $10 in Midtown on weekdays at Al Forno’s. Photo credit: Blue Hominy PR.
Swing by recently opened Al Forno’s for a lunch deal featuring a half-medium pizza and side salad for $10 from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. weekdays. The menu consists of over a dozen pizzas including margarita, meatball, cherry tomatoes and squash and zucchini. Available as dine-in or takeout. 27 12th St. N.W., Atlanta. 404-968-9779, alfornos.com.
Mellow out before the mayhem of Thanksgiving at Edgar’s Proof and Provision. Photo credit: Green Olive Media.
Start new traditions with friendsgivings events. Dance the night (and calories) away at in-town parties. There are several fun, food events happening in Atlanta, so add one or all four of the following activities to your calendar. Be prepared to eat, drink and have a grand ole time this Thanksgiving weekend.
Wednesday, Nov. 22: Mellow out before the mayhem of Thanksgiving obligations during the Wild Turkey Party featuring an eponymous punch and shots at Edgar’s Proof and Provision beginning at 5 p.m. Each ...
Malbec Monday means half off bottles at STK Atlanta. Photo credit: Caren West PR.
STK Atlanta offers half off bottles of Terrazas de los Andes Malbec in the lounge and dining room every Monday. An ideal complement to this favorite varietal, executive chef Andrea Montobbio recently unveiled new seasonal menu offerings for fall including an array of new starters, entrees and sides. 1075 Peachtree St. N.E., Atlanta. 404-793-0144, stkhouse.com.
Guests will be treated to a three-course meal for Thanksgiving at Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta. Photo credit: Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta.
Eat, but don’t cook.
Thanksgiving is less than a week ago. If you haven’t done so already, now—like today—is a good time to make reservations for breakfast, lunch or dinner at the following metro Atlanta restaurants. On Thursday, Nov. 23, Thanksgiving Day, you’ll just need to round up your family and friends then head out to a bountiful meal—no dishes and maybe a little something leftover to nosh on the following day. Currently, each restaurant listed below still has availability; call ...
Wear flannel, get a free meal every Friday at gusto!. Photo credit: Melissa Libby & Associates.
Got flannel? Get free food.
Local restaurant, gusto!, offers Flannel Fridays, a food and fashion event that gives guests a buy one, get one free meal. Here’s how it works: wear a flannel shirt, receive a BOGO ticket and eat. No coupons, no catch. Valid at the Ponce de Leon location only throughout winter. 782 Ponce de Leon Ave. N.E., Atlanta. 404-330-8114, whatsyourgusto.com.
Staplehouse sommelier and beverage director Melissa Davis. Photo: Melissa Golden
Thanksgiving is likely the most gut-busting meal of the year. For hosts, it’s certainly one of the most stressful to prepare. Thanksgiving for some equates to weeks of planning and days of cooking a multi-dish, family-style throwdown accompanied by an oversized turkey with a pie course. Choosing wines for a meal that incorporates a slew of sweet, savory and buttery rich flavors only adds to the stress.
The interior of Cosmopolitan Live, which will soon be Delray Diner. / Photo courtesy of Cosmopolitan Live
A funny thing happened after Broadway Diner closed its doors — a chef snapped up the space with designs on turning it into a comedy club and restaurant.
Nicholas Lambrou plans to open Peachtree & North at 620 W. Peachtree St. NW, What Now Atlanta reports. The spot will serve as a full-service restaurant, bakery and bar, and will offer live entertainment in conjunction with Punchline Comedy, which is housed at 3652 Roswell Road as part of Landmark Diner.
Seed Kitchen & Bar is serving an anniversary three-course meal this week. Photo credit: Melissa Libby & Associates.
Enjoy a three-course dinner in Marietta. Mix drink. Head to Suwanne for a food and wine festival. There are several fun, food events happening in Atlanta, so add one or all four of the following activities to your calendar. Be prepared to eat, drink and have a grand ole time.
Now through Nov. 10: Seed Kitchen & Bar is serving an anniversary three-course meal with options such as Jonah crab toast with brioche, avocado and cured egg yolk; Maple Leaf Farms duck ...
The St. Regis Atlanta will offer a Thanksgiving buffet featuring brunch faves and more in its Astor Court. Photo credit: Glodow Nead Communications.
This Thanksgiving, plan to fill your day with food cooked by someone else.
It’s tempting to want to show off your culinary skills, but opt for dining out at several metro Atlanta restaurants, which will offer everything from traditional roasted turkey with southern sides to bourbon pecan pie for dessert. Besides the no-dishes factor, there’s sure to be no grumbling about who at the last piece of (insert item here) since you and your family will be ...
Anh’s Kitchen opened quietly in October, What Now Atlanta reports. The spot, located at at the bottom of the Viewpoint condominiums at 855 Peachtree St. NE, has been in the works from Alex and Chris Kinjo since December 2016.
The space was previously occupied by a Starbucks, which relocated down the street.
The menu features variety of appetizers, salads, soups, pho, vermicelli noodle dishes, banh mi, rice dishes and clay pots. ...
During the Culinary Passport Atlanta food and drink festival, Char will serve delectable dishes. Photo credit: Elle PR.
You and your kids can dress up and head to a restaurant in Midtown and as a treat, best costumes will win cash prizes. Head to Suwannee for a food and wine festival. There are several fun, food events happening in Atlanta, so add one or all four of the following activities to your calendar. Be prepared to eat, drink and have a grand ole time.
Tuesday, Oct. 31: Head to The Mercuryfor a monster mash, a festive Halloween party featuring ...