Information is power, and these Atlanta startups are giving it back to the people.
For those feeling inspired by stories in this package and drafting their resignation letters, a cruel dose of reality from the Harvard Business Review: “If you’re launching a business, the odds are against you: Two-thirds of startups never show a positive return.” Striking startup gold is incredibly rare, but it does happen. Here are a few much-hyped startups and their (sometimes short) journeys, alongside onetime Atlanta darling Mailchimp.
Nonprofit Startup Atlanta that creates an annual “ecosystem guide” to help entrepreneurs find what they’re looking for, from funding to mentorship.
Meet the new class of founders, CEOs, ceramicists, farmers, bankers, and influencers
They’re not just tech founders and CEOs. Atlantans are launching businesses as ceramicists, farmers, influencers, and more.
Eby Marshall Slack, an original staffer at Atlanta’s iconic Paschal’s restaurant, on building community
“Two brothers brought the community closer. They taught me as a young man to respect other people. They told me to get all of the education you can, and don’t ever look back. Keep going forward, work, and be dedicated to something in life.”
These bowls span countries and culinary traditions but share crucial characteristics: enveloping flavors, enchanting aromas, peak comfort.
The verdict on 5 new Atlanta restaurants: Cajun Seafood Kitchen, Papi Ali’s, Le Bon Nosh, Daily Chew, and the revamped Yeah! Burger
A new Viet-Cajun seafood restaurant serves mighty crawfish platters, spicy bowls of gumbo, and more. Plus, a vegan-friendly oasis in downtown Tucker, Parisian pleasures as plentiful as the day is long, fabulous rotisserie chicken, and plant-based burgers and shakes.
Instead of feeling bloated with the usual “beer-friendly” fare, you’ll come away from Biggerstaff feeling like you’ve just eaten the best of your favorite farmers market.
Opened in 1973, Calcutta was Atlanta’s first Indian restaurant—but, much more than that, it was a community center, a place where South Asians could socialize freely.
Some of the most exciting food in Atlanta today is served out of borrowed kitchens, at farmers markets, and from food trucks. Here’s some of our recent faves, and where to find them.
Buckhead’s Cycmode makes indoor cycling an immersive experience, thanks to an enormous curved screen, the likes of which you normally see only in IMAX theaters.
In a seasonal slump? These tips might help.
Now on the world stage as a Project Runway contestant, he’s set on building a global fashion brand here in Atlanta.
For Atlantans looking for Jeffrey 2.0, Don Purcell—who served as the general manager at retail visionary Jeffrey Kalinsky’s Atlanta and New York stores for more than 25 years—wants you to know that his mentor’s ethos is still with him.