There we were, sitting along a black-and-white petrified wood bar twenty-two stories up, looking out at the Atlanta sky, now blood-orange after a summer storm. Many have wondered if Polaris—atop the Hyatt Regency Atlanta, once the tallest building in the city—still has a decent view.
Winter Hodges, Southern-wear guru, has opened his third shop in Virginia-Highland in as many years. Like the two that came before it—310 Rosemont and Winter Wren—Hodges’s newest venture, William Wren, sits at the neighborhood’s eponymous intersection.
Janice Palmer grew up in Jamaica, but her decorating style transcends a strictly Caribbean vibe. “I was raised around houses with the British Colonial look, but I would describe my own style as more classic-contemporary,” the interior designer says.
Southbound magazine, the newest ancillary title from the publishers of Atlanta magazine, showcases the top travel destinations in the Southeast. We visit idyllic small towns and exciting cities in search of outstanding vacation opportunities. Inside Southbound
Georgia offers diverse places to see and things to do, from the mountains in North Georgia to the coasts of Savannah and The Golden Isles. Take a tour in your own backyard and visit all that our great state has to offer. Begin your tour
What began as a conversation on Twitter months ago became an eight course “Blood Dinner” at Livingston last night. Chef Zeb Stevenson brought in the formidable talents of Tyler Williams, Ryan Smith, and Josh Hopkins for a collaborative meal of blood-centric dishes. The menu ranged from classical dishes like pressed squab to futuristic inventions like the “Bloody Pebbles,” which were something like the Dippin’ Dots of blood. The chefs seemed to be genuinely excited by the challenge and their enthusiasm showed on the plates. Take a look below.