A note from Sean McGinnis, President & Publisher:
Atlanta has never had as much good barbecue as we do now – and we’re not just talking about the standard definition of Southern barbeque. The sprawling culinary scene includes restaurants, food trucks, pop-ups, and kiosks that are making Atlantans realize that barbeque isn’t just chopped pork anymore. With numerous meats and cooking methods, this beloved meal takes on new forms to represent flavors from around the world.
In our November issue, we will be serving you our top dozen barbeque spots from around the city. We will also delve into the story of Fox Bros., founded by brothers Justin and Jonathan Fox, and how they redefined Atlanta barbeque. Lastly, our field guide will give you an insider’s look into the best barbeque joints that will satisfy any particular craving. Overall, we will make sure our readers are well-fed with this issue.
Georgia Tech just got a new men’s basketball coach and many are asking the question: Is Atlanta ready to love Tech again? Damon Stoudamire, who is taking up the mantle, seems to think so. He wants to not only lead this team to consistent wins, but to emphasize the importance of comradery and integrity. Read more about what’s in store for Tech basketball.
Last, but certainly not least, make sure to check out our Independent School Guide for 2023. With new buildings, new faces, and new programs, the last academic year has been blooming with improvements across Atlanta’s independent schools. Study up on a few of them in this issue.
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