Chris Francis's work is at once sculptural, architectural, and avant-garde. His shoes are on display at SCAD FASH now through December 8.
Executive chef Michael Patrick describes Forza Storico as a "Roman beer and wine bar," but there will still be plenty of pasta.
Bread subscriptions and vegan meals at a music store: the creative back channels of Atlanta’s food entrepreneurs
Atlanta food entrepreneurs increasingly are using back channels beyond the local farmers market to connect with customers.
“I find embracing so-called women’s work to be very cathartic and meditative,” says Zipporah Camille Thompson. “I’m creating my own narrative, while embracing the narrative of those matriarchs who came before and used their hands to create things.”
8Arm chef Maricela Vega will be preparing a dinner on September 16 that weds the techniques and ingredients of ancient and modern Mexico. Her goal is to raise funds for a masa-making machine and, eventually, a brick-and-mortar shop that sells fresh, heirloom masa and tortillas.
Before Waffle House became what it is now, it was just a side hustle. On Labor Day 1955, next-door neighbors Joe Rogers Sr. and Tom Forkner opened a restaurant in sleepy Avondale Estates.
When not spinning at MJQ, DJ Taradactyl likes cocktails at Banshee. We asked Tara Davies what she considers a perfect weekend in Atlanta, from Friday to Sunday.
One thing I’ve learned is that with age comes the wisdom to know that trends will come and go, but classic design will never go out of style.
Wild Heaven opened its new, 21,600-square-foot brewery in West End's Lee + White development and, along with it, Fina, a counter-service spot where you can order nachos, tacos, Mexican pizzas, and plenty of snacks.