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What is the future of Atlanta's food halls?

What is the future of Atlanta’s food halls?

Hit hard by the pandemic, food halls, like Ponce City Market and Krog Street Market, and their vendors are figuring out how to hang on.

The Chastain takes over the old Horseradish Grill space with a former Atlas chef at the helm

Chef Christopher Grossman—who previously worked at Atlas at the St. Regis Atlanta, Aria, and Thomas Keller’s the French Laundry—says he’ll serve “elevated comfort food for everyday dining.”
Atlanta needs its gay bars now more than ever

Atlanta needs its gay bars now more than ever

While the AIDS crisis brought the gay community and its bars together, COVID is driving them apart.

Aix and Tin Tin will close, to be replaced by a more pandemic-friendly restaurant

Aix and its adjacent wine bar Tin Tin will close after service on Saturday. In their place, executive chef and partner Nick Leahy is creating what he hopes will be a neighborhood restaurant and bar, called Nick’s Westside
Garnet Gal's Buckhead

Find kale cheddar scones and vegan treats at Garnet Gal’s coffee shop in Buckhead

New to Lenox Village, Garnet Gal’s Coffee Shop and Bakery uses fresh, house-milled flour in its scones, cupcakes, and other baked goods, and also serves a lunch menu of sandwiches and soups.
Glide Pizza

The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Glide Pizza, APT 4B, and BBQ Cafe

Pizza by the slice (out of a window), barbecue (out of a window), and a stylish, date night–ready spot in Buckhead
Floral Park Market.

Don’t let the name fool you—Floral Park Market is one of the best places to grocery shop

The store looks like it belongs in a quaint country town. I passed through tiny rooms crammed full of Tunisian towels, letterpress cards, and other carefully curated items and eventually ended up in a huge open space where tables are piled with attractive displays of baked goods and jarred pantry staples and walls are lined with refrigerator and freezer units loaded with items you won’t find anywhere else.
Girl Diver opens Atlanta

Asian seafood restaurant Girl Diver opens soon in Reynoldstown

Chef Richard Tang, owner of Char Korean in Inman Park, is opening an Asian seafood spot called Girl Diver in Reynoldstown in early October.
Where to get Rosh Hashanah dinner in Atlanta

5 places in metro Atlanta to pick up Rosh Hashanah dinner

If you haven’t started planning your Rosh Hashanah dinner yet, don’t fret. These local restaurants are offering all the basics to-go. 
Delbar Atlanta

The verdict on 4 new Atlanta restaurants: Delbar, Buena Gente, Hero Doughnuts, and Perc Coffee

Frenzy over a Cubano, nostalgia-inducing doughnuts, a star baker’s new project, and the best rice I’ve ever had.
Elemental Spirits Co

Poncey-Highland bottle shop Elemental Spirits Co. is stocked with rare spirits and natural wines

Opening a business just a couple of weeks before the pandemic shut down the economy may seem like spectacular bad luck. But Cory Atkinson made it work.

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.

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