California import the Waffle Experience is planned to open in June 2021 at the Works development on Chattahoochee Avenue.
Universal, comfortable, high-tech, versatile. If ever there were a time for El Lewis’s new line of knits, built around wear-anytime (or all-the-time), uniform-style dressing, it’s now.
Wagaya Groceries opened recently beneath 14th Street's Wagaya and Chirori restaurants. It's packed wall-to-wall with candy, snacks, instant noodles, baked goods, beer, sake, and more. So what should you try first?
This is the process I went through in order to schedule an hour-long massage that seemed safest during a pandemic: outdoors (to avoid contaminated air), in a massage chair (thus facing away from the therapist for the majority of the time), with both of us wearing masks.
Perhaps no clothing store has had more of an impact on Atlanta than the luxury boutique founded by Jeffrey Kalinsky 30 years ago, which put Atlanta on the fashion map and introduced designer lines like Manolo Blahnik, Prada, and Dries Van Noten to the city.
Chef Christopher Grossman—who previously worked at Atlas at the St. Regis Atlanta, Aria, and Thomas Keller’s the French Laundry—says he’ll serve “elevated comfort food for everyday dining.”
Atlanta Pride. It is as much an aspiration of what Atlanta’s LGBTQ+ community can be as it is an articulation of what it is today. It is an emblem of queer visibility and power. It has strived toward worthy ideals—yet it has reneged on its central promise of inclusion.
Born in Iraq and raised in Dubai, style maven Shahad AlQaysi left her career in dentistry to launch her own fashion label, the Shaha, in Atlanta in 2017.
New to Lenox Village, Garnet Gal’s Coffee Shop and Bakery uses fresh, house-milled flour in its scones, cupcakes, and other baked goods, and also serves a lunch menu of sandwiches and soups.