Manuscript notes from Rushdie’s third novel · Our full list of the city’s top burgers, fries, sandwiches, tacos, breakfast, and pizza
The Champions of Cheap Eats
We searched the metro area, visiting beloved standards and promising newcomers, to compile our favorites—a blend of true bargains and more upscale renditions that are absolutely worth the price.
> Succulent burgers and fantastic fries
> The best pizza deals, including the metro area’s top four
> A world tour of sandwiches
> Transcendent tacos and breakfast—with a side of pho
Edited by Bill Addison
The Long Goodbye
Sixty-five years after FDR’s sudden death in Warm Springs, a new book by Robert Klara reveals the intrigue and drama aboard his funeral train.
Q&A: Stewart Cink
The thirty-six-year-old golf pro talks about his unlikely British Open win, tweeting, and the Bible study group that keeps him grounded when he’s on the road.
Interview by Steve Fennessy
Spring’s most verdant dresses light up the ruins of a century-old cotton gin factory on Atlanta’s Westside.
Photographs by Alex Martinez
LIFE & STYLE
Hot shop Buckhead’s Swank
Nightlife Gold Room, Ormsby’s, and the Havana Club
And more nightlife Taco Mac’s beer god
Outdoor living A Morningside couple’s backyard oasis
Neighborhood spotlight Druid Hills, a national treasure
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Theater Kenny Leon balances Atlanta and Broadway
Georgia music The Whiskey Gentry
Best bets Atlanta Film Festival, Emory a cappella, and more
Party page Rich Eldredge on the month’s social happenings
Teresa Weaver Boston’s Holly LeCraw gets Southern
Thomas Lake Inside the jury room at a Spelman murder trial