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If you haven’t been to Woodstock recently, you would be pleasantly surprised by the transformation of this once-sleepy train town. Few Atlantans expect to encounter such a diverse restaurant scene in vibrant shopping areas...
Rapper Chris "Ludacris" Bridges's long-awaited restaurant, named for his 2003 multi-platinum album, is now open in the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
A former Oklahoma quarterback and Jacksonville Jaguars and Cleveland Browns player, Nate Hybl is opening a fast-casual restaurant called Gusto! in Brookwood October 31. Located at 1935 Peachtree Street, Gusto! asks guests to choose from a salad, brown rice bowl, or sandwich with either chicken, portabella mushrooms, or shrimp.
Near I-285 in Chamblee, Tip Top sells hard-to-find treats such as crunchy Bamba, a peanut-flavored bagged snack, and fun items like kosher Doritos. The real treasure is in the back of the store, where there's a kosher restaurant you might mistake for a stockroom if you didn't know was there.
Never tried Bangladeshi food before? This Chamblee newcomer is a great place to start. Indian favorites such as rich, creamy spinach and paneer cheese share the menu with garlic chili morich, a spicy, stewed Bangladeshi dish made with finely chopped green chilies, chopped tomato, garlic, and spices.
Sarah Dodge's biscuits, bread, and cinnamon rolls are now available at Queen of Cream in Old Fourth Ward on Saturday and Sunday—and you don't want to miss out.
Maricela Vega's complex "modern Mexican" dishes are often entirely plant-based and always Instagram-worthy. She currently hosts pop-ups at the Spindle and LottaFrutta, and hopes to eventually open a bodega where she can give back to her community.
These beautiful and tasty treats that will take the pressure off anyone with less-than-stellar baking skills—and get some gifts out of the way, too. Holidays, handled.
Wild-caught Georgia shrimp, fresh arugula, and decadent tarts—here are six local finds worth making the morning trip to the farmers market.
Bella Cucina's previous brick-and-mortar location shuttered in 2013, but just in time for the holidays, the Atlanta-based brand of Italian spreads and sauces is back at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta.