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Floataway Cafe will close December 23, but the recipes will live on
After 25 years on Zonolite Road, Floataway Café will close on December 23, but that doesn't mean it's the end of for some of the restaurant's most-loved dishes.
60 years of covering Atlanta: The 1990s
A dig through our archives unearthed a cinematic rendering of Georgia just before the turn of the millennium, including our first review of bacchanalia, politics and the CDC, Wayne Williams, Richard Jewell, LaFace Records, Marla Maples, and more.
Best of Atlanta 2019: Food & Drink
The best of Atlanta's food and drink in 2019, including best new restaurant, new chef, new barbecue, dim sum, soft-serve, and more.
Pancakes are having a moment in Atlanta—but don’t overlook crepes
Pancakes are finally having a moment in Atlanta. Crepes aren't there—yet. Also, we're worried about Virginia-Highland becoming a mediocre dining spot.
Review: Pancake Social—come for the pancakes, stay for the breakfast sandwich
Back in the early 2000s, Atlanta had meager options for brunch. Now we have Pancake Social, which slings bougie brunch options such as avocado toast with soft-cooked egg and a Dutch baby pancake with apple and Gruyère—not just at weekend brunch but all day every day.
The food is both timeless and current—just like Floataway itself.
Bacchanalia has defined the way we eat (and where).
The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Boxcar, Lazy Betty, and Pancake Social
Drink hundreds of different beers and wines at West End's Boxcar, get an incredible taste of a high-end menu at Ron Hsu's Lazy Betty in Candler Park, and stuff yourself with Anne Quatrano's brunch options at Pancake Social in Ponce City Market.
Anne Quatrano walks us through the menu for Pancake Social
Pancake Social cofounder Anne Quatrano takes us on a tour of the menu for Ponce City Market's new all-day breakfast spot, where you can order dishes such as puffy Dutch baby pancakes and buckwheat pancakes with chocolate chips and cocoa nibs.
The Year in Food: The most important things that happened in Atlanta’s restaurant scene in 2018
Looking beyond such fanfare as the opening of Tiny Lou’s and the rise of fast-casual everything, what else happened in the food world this year—and what does it say about Atlanta? We received a few snubs on the national stage, which might suggest that our dining scene is faltering. It could also be that we’re currently stewing on our most promising culinary ideas and talent.