Biscuits are going to help us get through the long winter ahead—they're warm, fluffy, comforting, and thankfully for us, plentiful in Atlanta.[
Scheduled to open February 14, Bar Vegan takes the bold, attention-grabbing, fun-forward, and vegan facets of Cole’s original burger concept and applies them to the bar scene.
Atlanta's restaurant scene is a resilient one, and despite the pandemic, many still have plans to open their doors in 2021. Here are a few we're eagerly anticipating.
“While there is science to back up some of the claims, we still have a lot to learn,” says registered dietitian nutritionist Kelsey Smith, who works for STAT Wellness in Atlanta.
Chef Joey Ward has teamed up with PERC Coffee Roasters partner Alan Fischer to host a coffee pop-up at Southern Belle while the restaurant is on hiatus due to the pandemic.
Chef Jonathan Waxman describes Baffi, his new Westside restaurant, as “Italian-Californian-Georgian”
James Beard Award winner and chef Jonathan Waxman, owner of the recently shuttered Brezza Cucina at Ponce City Market, is making his next mark on Atlanta with the opening of Baffi on January 5.
The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Nick’s Westside, Mukja Korean Fried Chicken, and Elsewhere Brewing
A more casual (but still fancy) Westside watering hole, Korean fried chicken in Midtown, and beer and Argentinian food in Grant Park
Mix and shake these drinks at home to bid adieu to 2020—and to toast the bartenders we’ve sorely missed.
As more and more photos of sourdough bread emerged on my Instagram feed, I sought my own version of comfort—the OG Korean food that my grandmother would make, with full-on funk: Chamchi kimchijjigae, a slow simmered stew of “ripe” kimchi and canned tuna, followed by doenjang jjigae, a thick stew made with fermented soybean paste.