Stretching is a topic so divisive it threatens to tear apart the fitness community like it’s an overworked hamstring.
Does form always need to follow function? This season, apparently not. Handbags of the moment are smaller than the most petite clutch or crossbody phone case.
Chef Helio Bernal started the Real Mexican Vittles pop-up in 2017, earning a following for his tacos and tamales served at festivals and breweries around town. Three years later, he’s expanding his reach with a brick-and-mortar restaurant called D Boca N Boca.
After launching her own to-the-trade fabric company, Mollie Nitzken started creating scrunchies from remnants and selling them to friends, eventually offering them on Instagram. Now, Maas by Slightly East sells scrunchies, headbands, scarves, and turbans.
While the self-serve concept is familiar (think Pour Taproom on the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail), owner Jarrett Gray says the Harp is the first local spot to track guests’ consumption using RFID wristbands.
When the Limited shuttered its plus-size store, Eloquii, not even two years after its 2011 launch, a few of its creators were so devoted to the concept that they broke off and took it online. Its seventh brick-and-mortar opened at Lenox Square this winter.
When Rina, the new restaurant from Aziza's Tal Baum, opens in the Ford Factory Lofts, it will bring a slice of Israeli beach life to the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail.
Upscale restaurant Saito, which is set to open in downtown Atlanta's historic Department Building in January, will feature steaks and cocktails, as well as maki and sashimi.