On Sunday, June 2 from 6:30 to 9 p.m., Alpharetta’s award-winning mixed-use destination Avalon invites the community to participate in the second annual Savor the Boulevard, Atlanta’s largest outdoor dinner party. Avalon Boulevard will...
In 1837, Georgia lawmakers authorized a “Lunatic, Idiot, and Epileptic Asylum.” Five years later, the facility opened as the Georgia Lunatic Asylum on the outskirts of the cotton-rich town that served as the antebellum state capital.
Late summer is the perfect time to make this Northern Indian stew, when eggplants and peppers are plentiful and tomatoes are still available, if not slicer-perfect. You can use any kind of eggplant. The key is to roast it first to bring out a smoky flavor. Serve with basmati rice.
Lifestyle boutique COCO + MISCHA sets up in Ponce City Market, say "thinking of you" with Real Men Buy Flowers, an Atlanta-based floral subscription service, and explore minimalist, no-frills children’s clothing line at e Lou.
Going to Houston this weekend for Super Bowl LI? When in Texas, do as the Texans do. Upgrade your tailgate with these five local foods.
This Friday Kevin Ouzts of the Spotted Trotter will open his first restaurant, the Cockentrice, in Krog Street Market. Friends and family got a preview earlier this week. Cheesemonger Scott Stroud will prepare composed cheese plates, Tyler Austin (the Sound Table) will showcase small batch beer, wine, and spirit producers at the bar, and pastry chef Nicole Banks-Bonilla (Grand Hyatt Buckhead) will offer a trio of desserts. Ouzts’s sister, Stephanie Nagel (Maritime Hotel in New York), is moving to Atlanta to manage the restaurant.