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Review: One Flew South lands gracefully on the BeltLine
Todd Richards, Cedric McCroery, Allen Suh are back with this new location of the beloved Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport restaurant, serving creative Southern-meets-Asian dishes.
Review: 8Arm’s newest look is a seriously good Japanese izakaya
8Arm has become a Japanese izakaya, with casual drinking fare, grilled skewers, ramen, a tiny sushi bar—and serious culinary legs.
An ode to the Atlanta restaurants and bars we lost during the pandemic
This is a year when too many beloved spots had to shut down for reasons that transcend the standard ones (and for reasons that, at this time last year, would have been unimaginable), and I fear many more will follow.
What will save Buford Highway’s restaurants from COVID-19?
Buford Highway’s restaurants and workers face additional threats due to COVID-19. They might also be better equipped to survive it.
The Christiane Chronicles: A good meal is worth a wait
While the warnings of “must be ordered an hour ahead” or “takes 45 minutes” on dishes like risotto or whole-roasted chicken may turn off many a diner, I adore that fine print.
The Christiane Chronicles: We have a ways to go when it comes to smelly restaurants
Who wants to eat steak while smelling fish? I like the cocktails at Amer, but must the entire bar smell like a grilled cheese? Please, get a better vent hood. Plus, I worry that we’re overlooking chef Allen Suh, who has a knack for turning Asian food on its head.
Is this the best $13 plate of food in Atlanta?
There’s plenty to eat in Atlanta for less than $13. Off the top of my head: Cheeseburgers at Little’s Food Store, banh mi at We Suki Suki, fried catfish at Harold’s Chicken and Ice Bar, and a burrito at Bell Street Burritos. But what about a plate of food, a real meat and three that covers more levels of the food pyramid?
Cocktails for Community this Saturday showcases some of Atlanta’s star bartenders
Booze followers should know that a sizable chunk of Atlanta’s mixological talent will be in one place this Saturday— Love is Love Farm at Gaia Gardens in Decatur—crafting drinks for charity.