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Where to eat on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Atlanta 2017

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Time to get festive with family and friends! If you don’t want to cook for Christmas or are just looking for a fun pre-holiday meal out, here’s where you can dine in Atlanta. Christmas Eve Eve (December 23) The General Muir For the second year in a row, the General Muir will serve a Chinese-inspired menu on December 22 and 23. For $35, diners can enjoy a potato scallion pancake, beef and broccoli, General Tso’s chicken, Carolina Gold rice, and almond cookies, as well as hot tea. Reservations required. 1540 Avenue Place, 678-927-9131 Christmas Eve and Christmas Day C&S Seafood ...

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Community Farmers Markets’ inaugural Red Clay Soirée has an impressive food lineup

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Community Farmers Markets—a nonprofit network that likely includes at least one of your favorite Atlanta farmers markets—is hosting its inaugural Red Clay Soirée fundraising gala on Friday, November 10. The list of participants reads like, well, a list of the people making much of the finest food and drink in the city right now. (Full disclosure: We’re also the official media sponsor for the event.) “We wanted to work with people who aren’t the big names like Hugh Acheson or [Staplehouse chef] Ryan Smith, but the rising stars,” says Katie Hayes, CFM’s executive director. “These are the people who are ...

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How to eat your way through National Fried Chicken Day

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nashville hot chicken at One Eared Stag / Photo by Wendell Brock.

July 6th is National Fried Chicken day. Throughout Atlanta there are plenty of ways to celebrate this delicious holiday:

Deals 

  • Pollo Campero will be celebrating National Fried Chicken day now through July 7. The restaurant is offering 50 percent off either a two-piece, three-piece, or half-chicken personal meal, simply by presenting a half-off discount voucher. Vouchers can be easily downloaded at Campero.com3389 Buford Highway, Atlanta. 404-633-8400. www.campero.com. 
  • Celebrate National Fried Chicken Day with free mini fried chicken cones accompanied by famed frim-fram sauce at Linton ...

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How to eat your way through National Fried Chicken Day

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nashville hot chicken at One Eared Stag / Photo by Wendell Brock.

July 6th is National Fried Chicken day. Throughout Atlanta there are plenty of ways to celebrate this delicious holiday:

Deals 

  • Pollo Campero will be celebrating National Fried Chicken day now through July 7. The restaurant is offering 50 percent off either a two-piece, three-piece, or half-chicken personal meal, simply by presenting a half-off discount voucher. Vouchers can be easily downloaded at Campero.com3389 Buford Highway, Atlanta. 404-633-8400. www.campero.com. 
  • Celebrate National Fried Chicken Day with free mini fried chicken cones accompanied by famed frim-fram sauce at Linton ...

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Take a tour of The Canteen, a new micro food hall in Midtown

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Interior of the new micro food hall, The Canteen./Photo by Rachel Taylor.

The new micro food hall, The Canteen, opened on Monday.

Located at 75 Fifth Street NW at Tech Square in Midtown,  The Canteen is the latest venture from business partners Todd Ginsberg, Shelley Sweet, and Jennifer and Ben Johnson – the team behind The General Muir and other Atlanta restaurant concepts.

We took a tour of the new food hall that houses Fred’s Meat & Bread and Yalla, both of which also have locations in Krog Street Market, as well as General Muir bakery spinoff TGM Bagel and ...

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The new dishes you’ll find at the Canteen

Source: Atlanta Magazine

You can still get Fred’s garlic fries with ranch at the CanteenPhotograph by Danielle Oron The Canteen—the latest project from the General Muir chef Todd Ginsberg, Shelley Sweet, and Jennifer and Ben Johnson (the duo behind Fred’s Meat & Bread, Yalla, the General Muir, and West Egg Café)—is open as of seven o’clock this morning. As we’ve mentioned previously, the micro food hall in Midtown features mini outposts of Fred’s and Yalla as well as a spinoff of the General Muir called TGM Bagel. Many of your favorites can be found at this new location, but there are also some ...

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Head to The General Muir for a $17 Sunday supper

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Photo credit: Andrew Thomas Lee

Head to The General Muir for a classic three-course Sunday supper featuring a salad, spaghetti and meatballs plus garlic knots and a special dessert from pastry chef Chris Marconi for $17. In the mood for more? The regular menu, which features matzoh ball soup, smoked trout, stewed lentils and deli sandwiches, will also be available Sunday evenings.
Emory Point, 1540 Avenue Pl., Atlanta. 678-927-9131, thegeneralmuir.com.

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Treat Yo Self to these splurge-worthy dishes

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Some fitness fanatics might disagree, but I believe the holidays are all about treating yourself and those you love without remorse. So put away that Fitbit for a little nap and #treatyoself to these high-calorie dishes the next time you feel like indulging or want to take holiday eating to the next level. The nachos ole at Red Pepper Taqueria.Photography by Jennifer Zyman. 1. The Nachos Ole at Red Pepper Taqueria This often overlooked Tex-Mex spot serves some crazy good nachos, piled high and loaded with all sorts of ingredients. Add beef or chicken to this mountain of crunchy tortilla ...

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Treat Yo Self to these splurge-worthy dishes

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Some fitness fanatics might disagree, but I believe the holidays are all about treating yourself and those you love without remorse. So put away that Fitbit for a little nap and #treatyoself to these high-calorie dishes the next time you feel like indulging or want to take holiday eating to the next level. The nachos ole at Red Pepper Taqueria.Photography by Jennifer Zyman. 1. The Nachos Ole at Red Pepper Taqueria This often overlooked Tex-Mex spot serves some crazy good nachos, piled high and loaded with all sorts of ingredients. Add beef or chicken to this mountain of crunchy tortilla ...

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Treat Yo Self to these splurge-worthy dishes

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Some fitness fanatics might disagree, but I believe the holidays are all about treating yourself and those you love without remorse. So put away that Fitbit for a little nap and #treatyoself to these high-calorie dishes the next time you feel like indulging or want to take holiday eating to the next level. The nachos ole at Red Pepper Taqueria.Photography by Jennifer Zyman. 1. The Nachos Ole at Red Pepper Taqueria This often overlooked Tex-Mex spot serves some crazy good nachos, piled high and loaded with all sorts of ingredients. Add beef or chicken to this mountain of crunchy tortilla ...

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Treat Yo Self to these splurge-worthy dishes

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Some fitness fanatics might disagree, but I believe the holidays are all about treating yourself and those you love without remorse. So put away that Fitbit for a little nap and #treatyoself to these high-calorie dishes the next time you feel like indulging or want to take holiday eating to the next level. The nachos ole at Red Pepper Taqueria.Photography by Jennifer Zyman. 1. The Nachos Ole at Red Pepper Taqueria This often overlooked Tex-Mex spot serves some crazy good nachos, piled high and loaded with all sorts of ingredients. Add beef or chicken to this mountain of crunchy tortilla ...

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Treat Yo Self to these splurge-worthy dishes

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Some fitness fanatics might disagree, but I believe the holidays are all about treating yourself and those you love without remorse. So put away that Fitbit for a little nap and #treatyoself to these high-calorie dishes the next time you feel like indulging or want to take holiday eating to the next level. The nachos ole at Red Pepper Taqueria.Photography by Jennifer Zyman. 1. The Nachos Ole at Red Pepper Taqueria This often overlooked Tex-Mex spot serves some crazy good nachos, piled high and loaded with all sorts of ingredients. Add beef or chicken to this mountain of crunchy tortilla ...

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Treat Yo Self to these splurge-worthy dishes

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Some fitness fanatics might disagree, but I believe the holidays are all about treating yourself and those you love without remorse. So put away that Fitbit for a little nap and #treatyoself to these high-calorie dishes the next time you feel like indulging or want to take holiday eating to the next level. The nachos ole at Red Pepper Taqueria.Photography by Jennifer Zyman. 1. The Nachos Ole at Red Pepper Taqueria This often overlooked Tex-Mex spot serves some crazy good nachos, piled high and loaded with all sorts of ingredients. Add beef or chicken to this mountain of crunchy tortilla ...

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9 Atlanta comfort food favorites you can order to-go

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Callie’s Hot Little BiscuitPhotograph by Andrew Thomas Lee Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit’s breakfast sandwich At this grab-and-go biscuit joint, the scrambled (or fried) egg with cheese and bacon (add avocado for 50 cents) pressed between a buttery biscuit is worth blowing your daily calorie count for. 1004 Virginia Avenue, 404-330-8285 The General Muir’s matzo ball soup If matzo soup soothes the soul, this broth of herbs, veggies, and matzo is downright mollifying. Emory Point, 1540 Avenue Place, 678-927-9131 Casseroles’ classic beef Bolognese lasagna It’s comfort food, Italian­style. At this Morningside spot, you can grab portions of this cheesy, meaty meal ...

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9 Atlanta comfort food favorites you can order to-go

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Callie’s Hot Little BiscuitPhotograph by Andrew Thomas Lee Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit’s breakfast sandwich At this grab-and-go biscuit joint, the scrambled (or fried) egg with cheese and bacon (add avocado for 50 cents) pressed between a buttery biscuit is worth blowing your daily calorie count for. 1004 Virginia Avenue, 404-330-8285 The General Muir’s matzo ball soup If matzo soup soothes the soul, this broth of herbs, veggies, and matzo is downright mollifying. Emory Point, 1540 Avenue Place, 678-927-9131 Casseroles’ classic beef Bolognese lasagna It’s comfort food, Italian­style. At this Morningside spot, you can grab portions of this cheesy, meaty meal ...

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9 Atlanta comfort food favorites you can order to-go

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Callie’s Hot Little BiscuitPhotograph by Andrew Thomas Lee Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit’s breakfast sandwich At this grab-and-go biscuit joint, the scrambled (or fried) egg with cheese and bacon (add avocado for 50 cents) pressed between a buttery biscuit is worth blowing your daily calorie count for. 1004 Virginia Avenue, 404-330-8285 The General Muir’s matzo ball soup If matzo soup soothes the soul, this broth of herbs, veggies, and matzo is downright mollifying. Emory Point, 1540 Avenue Place, 678-927-9131 Casseroles’ classic beef Bolognese lasagna It’s comfort food, Italian­style. At this Morningside spot, you can grab portions of this cheesy, meaty meal ...

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Where to Eat on Christmas Eve and Christmas in Atlanta

Source: Atlanta Magazine

If you love to eat but don’t like to step foot in the kitchen, these 25 restaurants are for you. Grab your Santa hat and get ready to feast. Christmas Eve Eve (aka December 23) The General Muir Closed December 24-25, chef Todd Ginsberg and the General Muir team are hosting a special holiday dinner on December 23. The menu include shitake mushroom and wonton chicken soup, potato scallion pancake, beef and broccoli, General Tso’s chicken, and sliced oranges with almond cookies. The cost is $35. 1540 Avenue Place, 678-927-9131 Christmas Eve Alon’s Bakery & Market Prefer to host at ...

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Where to Eat on Christmas Eve and Christmas in Atlanta

Source: Atlanta Magazine

If you love to eat but don’t like to step foot in the kitchen, these 25 restaurants are for you. Grab your Santa hat and get ready to feast. Christmas Eve Eve (aka December 23) The General Muir Closed December 24-25, chef Todd Ginsberg and the General Muir team are hosting a special holiday dinner on December 23. The menu include shitake mushroom and wonton chicken soup, potato scallion pancake, beef and broccoli, General Tso’s chicken, and sliced oranges with almond cookies. The cost is $35. 1540 Avenue Place, 678-927-9131 Christmas Eve Alon’s Bakery & Market Prefer to host at ...

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Where to Eat on Christmas Eve and Christmas in Atlanta

Source: Atlanta Magazine

If you love to eat but don’t like to step foot in the kitchen, these 25 restaurants are for you. Grab your Santa hat and get ready to feast. Christmas Eve Eve (aka December 23) The General Muir Closed December 24-25, chef Todd Ginsberg and the General Muir team are hosting a special holiday dinner on December 23. The menu include shitake mushroom and wonton chicken soup, potato scallion pancake, beef and broccoli, General Tso’s chicken, and sliced oranges with almond cookies. The cost is $35. 1540 Avenue Place, 678-927-9131 Christmas Eve Alon’s Bakery & Market Prefer to host at ...

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Where to Eat on Christmas Eve and Christmas in Atlanta

Source: Atlanta Magazine

If you love to eat but don’t like to step foot in the kitchen, these 25 restaurants are for you. Grab your Santa hat and get ready to feast. Christmas Eve Eve (aka December 23) The General Muir Closed December 24-25, chef Todd Ginsberg and the General Muir team are hosting a special holiday dinner on December 23. The menu include shitake mushroom and wonton chicken soup, potato scallion pancake, beef and broccoli, General Tso’s chicken, and sliced oranges with almond cookies. The cost is $35. 1540 Avenue Place, 678-927-9131 Christmas Eve Alon’s Bakery & Market Prefer to host at ...

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Where to Eat on Christmas Eve and Christmas in Atlanta

Source: Atlanta Magazine

If you love to eat but don’t like to step foot in the kitchen, these 25 restaurants are for you. Grab your Santa hat and get ready to feast. Christmas Eve Eve (aka December 23) The General Muir Closed December 24-25, chef Todd Ginsberg and the General Muir team are hosting a special holiday dinner on December 23. The menu include shitake mushroom and wonton chicken soup, potato scallion pancake, beef and broccoli, General Tso’s chicken, and sliced oranges with almond cookies. The cost is $35. 1540 Avenue Place, 678-927-9131 Christmas Eve Alon’s Bakery & Market Prefer to host at ...

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Where to Eat on Christmas Eve and Christmas in Atlanta

Source: Atlanta Magazine

If you love to eat but don’t like to step foot in the kitchen, these 25 restaurants are for you. Grab your Santa hat and get ready to feast. Christmas Eve Eve (aka December 23) The General Muir Closed December 24-25, chef Todd Ginsberg and the General Muir team are hosting a special holiday dinner on December 23. The menu include shitake mushroom and wonton chicken soup, potato scallion pancake, beef and broccoli, General Tso’s chicken, and sliced oranges with almond cookies. The cost is $35. 1540 Avenue Place, 678-927-9131 Christmas Eve Alon’s Bakery & Market Prefer to host at ...

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Commentary: When it comes to dining, Atlanta should look inward

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Our critic Corby Kummer departs this monthIllustration by Marina Muun “The thing I love about Atlanta is it’s 45 minutes from the South,” my pal Kim Severson, the New York Times food writer, said as she drove us around Atlanta one spring day almost three years ago. My spouse had been offered a job at the Centers for Disease Control, but he had little sense of the city. I didn’t know much beyond Watershed, my touchstone for Southern food, whose history I had long studied and loved. As a restaurant critic in Boston and writer for many national publications, I’d ...

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Commentary: When it comes to dining, Atlanta should look inward

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Our critic Corby Kummer departs this monthIllustration by Marina Muun “The thing I love about Atlanta is it’s 45 minutes from the South,” my pal Kim Severson, the New York Times food writer, said as she drove us around Atlanta one spring day almost three years ago. My spouse had been offered a job at the Centers for Disease Control, but he had little sense of the city. I didn’t know much beyond Watershed, my touchstone for Southern food, whose history I had long studied and loved. As a restaurant critic in Boston and writer for many national publications, I’d ...

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Commentary: When it comes to dining, Atlanta should look inward

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Our critic Corby Kummer departs this monthIllustration by Marina Muun “The thing I love about Atlanta is it’s 45 minutes from the South,” my pal Kim Severson, the New York Times food writer, said as she drove us around Atlanta one spring day almost three years ago. My spouse had been offered a job at the Centers for Disease Control, but he had little sense of the city. I didn’t know much beyond Watershed, my touchstone for Southern food, whose history I had long studied and loved. As a restaurant critic in Boston and writer for many national publications, I’d ...

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