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Where to eat and drink in and around Truist Park

Where to eat and drink at the Battery and Truist Park

Consider this your guide to having the best Braves game day meal ever. Here's where to eat at the Battery before the game (whether you have a lot or very little time), what to get inside Truist Park, and where to keep the party going after the game, plus tips for parking and pregame entertainment.
16 Atlanta pizzas you must order for takeout

16 Atlanta pizzas you must order for takeout

All these pies are winners—but only one is the ultimate takeout food of all .
50 Best Restaurants in Atlanta

48. Gio’s Chicken Amalfitano

To anybody who pigeonholed Giovanni di Palma as just a pizza guy, it’s time to eat your words—and his pasta—at this casual, BYOB-friendly second act located next door to Antico.
Mercedes Benz Stadium

Antico, Fox Bros., Iberian Pig among the restaurants coming to Mercedes-Benz Stadium

When Mercedes-Benz stadium opens next year, fans headed to Falcons and Atlanta United games can grab a slice of Antico pizza mid-game, feast on a Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q sandwich, or snack on a classic Varsity hot dog.
Delivery apps illustration

Which food delivery apps actually deliver?

The next big thing in app technology: meal delivery. Six services have launched in Atlanta since last year. We went ahead and tested each one for you.

Antico’s Giovanni Di Palma tells us about his craziest customer

Giovanni Di Palma discusses why he hates kale, his craziest customer, and hanging out with Clint Eastwood.

The Apostle of Pizza

The phone rang in Mike Virga’s office in Union, New Jersey, one morning three years ago: “I hear somebody going, ‘I want some of that good Lioni mozzarella. Come on, sell me some. It’s me, Giovanni.’"

Antico is open all day … with seating

This just in from Antico’s owner/chief pizzaiolo Giovanni Di Palma: Antico is now officially open from 11:30 a.m. until “the dough runs out." According to Di Palma, dough production has been expanded so the pizza is hopefully available until at least 9 p.m. Who knows with the runaway success of this place, though. I went back early this week for dinner, and the pizza was even better than my first experience—a little thinner and crispier, and, appropriately, a little less cheese. Customers stood around the communal table with slices in hand, eyes rolling and jaws revving, looking at each other like, "Can you believe we're eating pizza like this in Atlanta?" The calzone was a glossy thing of beauty, too.

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