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The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Cold Beer, Aziza, Vietvana

Kevin Gillespie has yet another impressive restaurant at the BeltLine-adjacent Cold Beer, new modern-Israeli comes to Westside Provisions District at Aziza, and Avondale Estates has an ambitious Vietnamese joint, Vietvana.
Circa: Waffle House

From a side hustle to an empire: how Waffle House became a 24/7 beacon for waffle lovers

Before Waffle House became what it is now, it was just a side hustle. On Labor Day 1955, next-door neighbors Joe Rogers Sr. and Tom Forkner opened a restaurant in sleepy Avondale Estates.

At Vietvana in Avondale Estates, expect handmade pho noodles and banh mi bread

Vietvana, a modern Vietnamese restaurant serving pho and banh mi, will open on East College Avenue in Avondale Estates on August 16.
50 Best Restaurants in Atlanta

49. Rising Son

When Hudson Rouse, formerly of Home Grown, and his wife, Kathryn Fitzgerald Rouse, opened this earnest meat-and-three for breakfast and lunch almost two years ago, crowds flocked.
50 Best Restaurants in Atlanta

50. Arepa Mia

Lis Hernandez has been slinging arepas—stuffed cornmeal patties, crunchy from a hot grill—at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market since 2012.
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Venezuelan: Arepa Mia

Venezuela-born Lis Hernandez has been feeding Atlantans arepas at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market since 2012. This summer, she moved the second location of Arepa Mia (first opened in 2014) from Decatur to Avondale Estates, where she has a patio, more parking, and new menu items.
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Take a craft beer tour of Avondale Estates

If you want to sample several different beers without worrying about your car, head to Avondale Estates, where there are three craft breweries next to the Avondale MARTA station.
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Modern Meat-and-Three: Rising Son

It’s a family affair for chef Hudson Rouse and his wife, Kathryn Fitzgerald Rouse, who opened this cozy spot in the spring.

Rising Son chef Hudson Rouse on fancy Southern food: “I don’t think there’s a place for expensive fried chicken”

Rising Son chef Hudson Rouse discusses the problem with fancy fried chicken, farming, and how he met his wife, craft soda queen Kathryn Fitzgerald Rouse.

Why Pine Street Market’s Rusty Bowers will never sell filet mignon

Pine Street Market's Rusty Bowers on the value of culinary school, his favorite steak, and the weirdest thing he's ever butchered.

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