Karl Hilliard dreamed up the Medicine Show nine years ago, and its fusion of small-town idiosyncrasy with star musical talent has made the spectacle an unlikely success. A supremely charming, rough-hewn cross between A Prairie Home Companion and the Grand Ole Opry, the Medicine Show is hosted six times a year by the hospitable citizens of Eastman.
The prices at Marcel are stupendous. From the moment you do a double take at the menu, you’ll wonder why you would pay them. And when the check comes, you’ll still have no idea. Virtually every aspect of the chaotic, fragmented service feels clumsy or neglectful, and the kitchen has one instinct—leaden excess.
Stay cozy chic this winter with rich textures, elegant colors, and comfy quarters, a look at the art of Atlanta tapestry artist Jon Riis, Art Papers shares unpublished Knoll transcripts, and much more in the winter issue of Atlanta Magazine's HOME.
Here we rank the city’s best—power players who define our dining culture, impress us consistently, and leave us hungry for more long after we pay the check.
Food hall favorites, shopping tips, and sneak peeks into the upper floors of the development transforming Atlanta’s east side.
Our annual guide to the best restaurants, shops, services, and entertainment our city has to offer.
The best picks from Krog Street Market, including Superica's short rib, Fred's Meat and Bread's 'Shroom Shire Cheesesteak, and more.
They've been hyped, maligned, catered to, and cursed. How the biggest generation is reshaping Atlanta.
With its platinum blond sand, cerulean water, and sexy New Urbanist architecture, the Panhandle is the supermodel of Florida beaches. But beauty, as your mother warned you, isn’t everything.
We arrived at WaterColor Inn in late afternoon, racing to drop off our bags before night overtook adjoining Santa Rosa Beach. We ambled by the ebbing saltwater, watching the sunset dance on the peacock-green Gulf.