El Valle

Review: El Valle is a casually elegant restaurant where it’s easy to enjoy yourself

Restaurant critics often seek out extreme culinary experiences at the expense of focusing on where most people want to spend their time and money when they go out to dinner. My first visit to El Valle—a modern Mexican restaurant in the old Escorpión space—had nothing to do with reaching for a deeper understanding of cuisine. I just wanted to have a good time.

Build-your-own pasta and more coming to Lee + White food hall

A new food hall will feature hot dogs, sushi, and mochi donuts, too
First Baptist Duluth

One Square Mile: First Baptist Church of Duluth is a multicultural sanctuary

Jeremiah Buziba is five years old. He stands at the end of a line of 11 kids he met less than a month ago, in front of a classroom full of adults he doesn’t know. He doesn’t appear to be overly familiar with the song he’s supposed to be singing, “God Is with You Always.” And yet he’s stealing the show.

Meet Atlanta’s next great pitmaster—Bryan Furman of B’s Cracklin’ Barbecue

The first thing that strikes you when you meet Bryan Furman, the owner of B’s Cracklin' Barbecue, is his passion and confidence. The first-generation pitmaster carries himself with the kind of self-assuredness and restaurant smarts you’d expect to find in someone with many more years under their belt. But the 35-year-old has every reason to be confident.
In an industry beset with burnout, restaurant workers are paying more attention to their mental health.

Employee burnout in the restaurant industry has reached a tipping point. Here’s how some Atlantans are creating a better workplace.

From hostile customers to grueling hours to low wages, restaurant work has always been challenging. Those in the industry face high rates of anxiety and depression, as well as higher reported rates of substance use disorder than workers in other professions. In an industry beset with burnout, restaurant workers are paying more attention to their mental health. Their bosses are, too.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Days away from opening, here’s what Mercedes-Benz Stadium looks like now

Eleven days from the Atlanta Falcons' pre-season opener, the team hosted an open house on Tuesday for the media at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Crews are still working to ready the stadium for its debut, but the turf is in, the lines are painted, and the restaurants are firing up their grills.
Atlanta's Top Doctors 2016 Best doctors in Atlanta

Editor’s Note: Uber Forever

The way taxis work—or, more specifically, don’t work—in this town is dumbfounding. Imagine a company that promises to perform a service, then simply chooses not to. And doesn’t even bother letting the customer know.
Katherine Mason

My Style: SculptHouse’s Katherine Mason

A Charlotte native and UGA grad, 26-year-old Mason worked as a trainer and fitness model in New York, appearing in ad campaigns for big brands like Under Armour and Nike and discovering smaller, style-savvy labels
Miguel Wilson

My Style: Fashion designer Miguel Wilson

Growing up in Washington, D.C., Miguel Wilson learned from his stylish father and grandfather how to appreciate a well-made suit. But the Clark Atlanta University alum focused on a corporate career until investing in a North Carolina boutique got him professionally involved in fashion.

Why Asha Gomez hates the word “fusion”

Asha Gomez discusses eating her way through Italy, her first career, and India's influence on her cooking.

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