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8Arm has become a Japanese izakaya, with casual drinking fare, grilled skewers, ramen, a tiny sushi bar—and serious culinary legs.
From heraldry to symbolism, many eating establishments have hung out shingles that refer to familiar animals. In times and places when most people were illiterate, anyone could recognize a pub that was named the Fox and Hound, for instance, and illustrated accordingly.
The verdict on 5 new (or revamped) Atlanta restaurants: Hippin Hops, 8Arm, Poco Loco, Tiny Lou’s, and Karv Kitchen
Tiny Lou’s gets new chefs, 8Arm gets a Japanese makeover, popular burrito pop-up Poco Loco gets a permanent home, and more
Maricela Vega of Chicomecóatl and Taqueria del Sol founder Eddie Hernandez discuss how Covid-19 impacted Atlanta's restaurant scene and where we will go from here.
Chef Maricela Vega will leave 8Arm in mid-April, but she's not leaving the food world behind. She'll focus on selling tamales, tortillas, hot sauces, and other goods through Chicomecóatl and revitalizing her farm in Mexico.
The idea for Ett—a one-person, one-table, zero-contact “restaurant”—came to Good Food Truck proprietor Jessamine Starr during her pandemic isolation.
Located on Moreland Avenue a few blocks from East Atlanta Village, Pollo Supremo is slated to open by September.
With COVID-19, Georgia farmers—and the organizations designed to support them—have had to rethink nearly every aspect of what they do with their bounty.
Like naming a baby, picking the right name for a restaurant can trigger high-level anxiety. Will the name be easy to pronounce and remember? Will it stand out from the others? How Google-able is it?