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At Atlanta’s first food forest, you can forage for mushrooms and pick medicinal herbs

The Urban Food Forest at Browns Mill is a place where volunteers tend crops of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and herbs, much of which is available to the public for free.
where to get soft serve atlanta

Where to get soft serve ice cream in Atlanta

From gas stations to Ford Fry joints, here's where to go to get your soft serve ice cream fix in metro Atlanta.
Leopold's Ice Cream 100th anniversary

Leopold’s Ice Cream will hand out free scoops in Atlanta for its 100th birthday

We chatted with owner and Hollywood producer Stratton Leopold about the Savannah institution's history and longevity.
Restaurant Eugene closing Eugene & Elizabeth's

Restaurant Eugene to close this summer, to be replaced by a more casual restaurant

After 15 years, Linton Hopkins's fine-dining staple in Buckhead will close and become a new restaurant, Eugene & Elizabeth's.
Bandeja Paisa

My hunt for a taste of home in Atlanta: the perfect bandeja paisa

What I craved most after leaving Miami was the perfect bandeja paisa—the national dish of my parents’ native Colombia. Eventually, I found Las Delicias de la Abuela on Buford Highway. Every bite of the bandeja paisa was like turning a page in a book that took me home.
Grana Atlanta

The White Bull’s Pat Pascarella is bringing Italian fare to Piedmont Heights with Grana

Located near the Sprouts Farmers Market on Piedmont Road, across from Grindhouse Killer Burgers, Grana will serve lunch and dinner in a family-friendly, 170-seat space with a mezzanine and rooftop bar.
Halsa Serenbe 1970s Design

The 1970s are back—just take a look at these Atlanta restaurants

While midcentury modern has had its recent resurgence, it’s now clear that the 70s are back, baby. For proof, step inside any number of Atlanta’s newest restaurants: Little Rey, Iberian Pig Buckhead, or Halsa at Serenbe.
5 Favorite Sandwiches in Atlanta: Italian Grinder at Fred's Meat & Bread

5 of our favorite sandwiches in Atlanta

Atlanta's sandwich game deserves your attention. Whether you want something spicy, crisp, cool, or gooey, these are just a few of my favorites that are guaranteed to satisfy.

The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: The Select, Little Rey, Slim & Husky’s

If The Select in Sandy Springs is new suburbia, sign us up. Ford Fry's Little Rey is incredibly popular and delicious, albeit a tad bit too pricy, and the Westside has a new pizza joint: Slim & Husky’s.
Aziza Israeli Atlanta

Aziza brings “nontraditional” Israeli food to the Westside this month

Atlanta has its fair share of Middle Eastern spots, but true, full-service Israeli restaurants are another story. Bellina Alimentari owner Tal Baum is looking to change that with the opening of Aziza in the Westside Provisions District this month.

Review: Pancake Social—come for the pancakes, stay for the breakfast sandwich

Back in the early 2000s, Atlanta had meager options for brunch. Now we have Pancake Social, which slings bougie brunch options such as avocado toast with soft-cooked egg and a Dutch baby pancake with apple and Gruyère—not just at weekend brunch but all day every day.

2. Staplehouse

Staplehouse is a fine-dining experience as innovative as it is unfussy.

1. Miller Union

At Miller Union, Georgia native Steven Satterfield gathers every misguided notion about Southern food and tosses them in the compost heap.

3. Masterpiece

Rui Liu, a certified master chef from northeastern China, came to America on an O-1 visa given only to “individuals with extraordinary achievement.” Just wait til you bite into the more than 100 dishes on his menu.

4. Spring

In 2016, a clever little restaurant sprang onto the scene and broke all the rules.

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