The City and Regional Magazine Association released its list of finalists for this year's CRMA awards, which covers work done in 2010, and Atlanta magazine was nominated in six categories: * Reporting: Charles Bethea for March's "Final Exit" * Feature Story: Thomas Lake for June's
New to Atlanta: Fried seafood in Midtown, vegetarian Italian food in Grant Park, south Indian eats in Decatur, and impressive Korean barbecue in Duluth
Quiet dining rooms are pretty much out of vogue. How many times have you crossed the threshold of a restaurant only to be assaulted by a racket resembling that of a colony of monkeys at the zoo?
Normally when I tell my food friends that I am taking my 5-year-old daughter to Disney World, their reaction is something along the lines of: Ew. Gross. Theme Park food. Where will you eat? But they'd do well to remember that this is no ordinary theme park.
We spoke to Georgians with a variety of pet-related jobs about their day-to-day, including a ER veterinarian, a pet detective, a trainer, and more.
Atlanta might never have become the vaunted “City in a Forest” if not for Druid Hills. In 1890, Joel Hurt, who had already built Inman Park, hired famed landscape designer Frederick Law Olmsted to transform 1,400 acres of farmland into “an ideal residential community.”
When I asked Anne Quatrano, the brilliant chef behind Atlanta’s most enduring fine-dining restaurant, why she’d decided to put out a cookbook now, she replied, “Most people ask why I’ve taken so long to write one in the first place!” Her gorgeous opus, [Summerland] (Rizzoli, $39.95), finally arrives October 1, but it’s not as if she’s been lollygagging.