Barley + Rye: Orpheus releases new IPA and saison this week, blueberry sour coming soon

It’s International IPA Day! Go have yourself a hoppy one. While you’re sipping, check out these recent and forthcoming releases from Midtown-based Orpheus Brewing. Available Now Peace.War.Truth.Lie., a 5% ABV session IPA, is a nice way...

Could beef soon become as expensive as lobster?

For Stuart Baesel, beef isn’t just what’s for dinner. It’s his livelihood. As a co-owner of one of Atlanta’s favorite barbecue joints, Community Q BBQ, Baesel relies on a consistent supply of beef to...

The roof-to-table movement at Manuel’s Tavern

Brian Maloof speaks of chickens with a combination of reverence and zeal. For several years, he has been having visions of chickens; they would come to him in dreams, while he was praying, when...

Inman Park’s Parish rebrands as “the Brasserie and Neighborhood Café at Parish”

 Starting today, Inman Park restaurant Parish Foods & Goods will be called the Brasserie and Neighborhood Café at Parish. Under the leadership of executive chef Zeb Stevenson, Parish has revamped its focus, redecorated its dining...

After a harrowing health scare, Doria Roberts of Urban Cannibals bakes up a benefit for The Giving Kitchen

Heading into the holiday season last year, Urban Cannibals owners Doria Roberts and Calavino Donati were secretly thrilled. The singer and the chef, who had been trying to get pregnant, were attempting to hide...

45. Find a Madeleine moment

Though the green-and-white awning is no longer there and a fancy cappuccino maker has replaced the old percolator, the Henri’s Bakery of today is still very much like the Henri’s of my childhood.

43. Eat old-school

I come from a Buckhead family. My father’s parents live off of West Wesley and my mother’s parents reside near Chastain Park. I grew up in Garden Hills, and my first job was fry guy at Buckhead Diner; I made those blue cheese potato chips and Kevin Rathbun was in the kitchen.

36. Eat the world on Buford Highway

As ethnic cuisine destinations go, cities like New York and Los Angeles have distinct neighborhoods like Little Italy, Chinatown or Koreatown, and Tehrangeles.

21. Indulge in a fantasy 
Southern feast

To nibble: “In Jars” 
at Empire State South, an array of spreads served in mini Mason-glass crocks—that typically includes deviled ham, trout mousse, pickles, pimento cheese topped with bacon marmalade, and boiled peanut hummus.

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