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August 2011: 50 Best Restaurants

FEATURES
50 Best Restaurants
Our authoritative list of the fifty best restaurants in Atlanta right now covers everything from JCT to Saravana Bhavan. ONLINE:
>> Get it all with the digital edition
>> Notes on Atlanta's dining scene
>> Did your favorite spot not make our cut? Tell us about it in our 51st Restaurant contest and you could win a dinner with our restaurant critic
 

MORE IN THE MAGAZINE
Our full list of the fifty best restaurants · Michael Vick's autobiography · Georgia welcomes the PGA Championship · Dishes on the bone · Tips for wearing bags in bold colors · Christy Dillar Kratzer's first furniture line · A posh powder room
Mob Rule
In just nineteen months, Scoutmob has gone from Groupon wannabe to the darling of Atlanta deal seekers. But for the merchants, is it worth the price?
By Christine Van Dusen
>> GALLERY: Scoutmob's ten most popular deals
 
FOOD & DINING
Review One Eared Stag
Rediscovery Livingston
Recipe Ford Fry's brisket sandwich
>> EXTENDED VERSION of Susan Puckett's Home Plates column
>> GALLERY: Images of Fry making the brisket
>> EXTRA RECIPE: Fry's jalapeño-cheddar bread

LIFE & STYLE
Style Camille's Closet, Gray Ellis, and Les Nouvelles
Shopping Bags that pop
>> GALLERY: Vibrant bags
Home Hines Ward shows off his haute digs
>> GALLERY: Pictures of the football star's abode
Garden James Farmer III is Georgia's gardening guru
>> RECIPE: Farmer's cucumber salad
Travel Amelia Island
Versus Should Briscoe Field privatize general aviation?

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Best Bets Georgia Theatre, Summer Shade Festival, ASO
Art Local talent that showcases global inspirations
>> GALLERY: Artwork by these four artists
Music The Georgia Symphony
Entertainment A look at the movie adaptation of The Help
Books Amanda Kyle Williams's The Stranger You Seek

COLUMNS
Hollis Gillespie Life in a flash
Rich Eldredge An interview with Rich Schneider
Deborah Geering Bill Yoder knows tomatoes
Flash Back APS is integrated
Editor's Note The rationale behind our list of where to eat now