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Simply Seoul

Gaja owner Tim Song takes over Simply Seoul Kimchi

Last month, Korean bun and kimchi emporium Simply Seoul quietly closed the doors to its Ponce City Market storefront. Tim Song, owner of Korean restaurant Gaja in East Atlanta Village, has taken over. Soon, it'll be named "Simply Kimchi."
Little's Food Store

7 great neighborhood markets in Atlanta

In a city that often feels like a tangled patchwork of sovereign territories, these independent grocers anchor their neighborhoods with a strong sense of place and pride. (And maybe even a really great cheeseburger.)

Grant Park Market to open at Larkin on Memorial by March 2017

The team behind the Candler Park Market recently announced they will open a larger project called the Grant Park Market next year. It’s part of Larkin on Memorial, a new development by Paces Properties (best known for Krog Street Market).

Atlanta bartenders launch Kickstarter for neighborhood market

Two popular Atlanta barkeeps, Kathryn DiMenichi and Holli Medley, are partnering to launch a neighborhood market, Third Street Goods. The small, bodega-inspired space will bring fresh local produce and meats, snacks, beer and wine, and other sundries to an as-yet undecided intown location. The Kickstarter for the new store began earlier this month.

The Christiane Chronicles: The tyranny of seasonal eating, and 10 spices to kick to the curb

I’ll just say it: Seasonal eating has become tyranny. Although I love the first crunchy radishes of spring, the ripe tomatoes of summer, and the versatile varieties of winter squash, too many chefs today feel they must marry their entire menus to Mother Nature, offering dishes for as long as a sunset.

Candler Park Market

Other than a touch of European accent, the thing that distinguishes me most from the average American is that I am a daily shopper. I have never wanted a proper pantry or coveted a large refrigerator with room for 1,001 forgotten condiments and aging vegetables.

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