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The year in review: The top Atlanta dining news of 2015

We saw a record number of openings in 2015 (or maybe we're just thinking of Ford Fry). Highly anticipated restaurants like Staplehouse and Atlas opened their doors, along with big names in Ponce City Market and Krog Street Market. We also saw a number of closings, including two major restaurant groups, which lefts hundreds unemployed. Below, a recap of 2015.

Big changes coming to Bacchanalia; Joe Schafer appointed executive chef

Little Bacch's executive chef Joe Schafer is now doing double duty as the head honcho at the upstairs Bacchanalia. Bacchanalia's former executive chef, David Carson, has transitioned into the executive chef of operations at Star Provisions.

Review: Little Bacch returns to the classics we didn’t know we missed

Here, oysters Rockefeller, cheese soufflé, and New York strip with bordelaise are made with such close attention to sourcing and with such careful, uncluttered technique that you start to pine for the days when food like this was served nightly by old-line clubs.

Snapshot: Meet the breadmaster of Star Provisions

Dorothy Copenhaver walks into the underground kitchen at Star Provisions every morning at 4 a.m. to prepare bread for Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison’s numerous restaurants.
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The Christiane Chronicles: Atlanta’s best baklava, and are all the good restaurant names taken?

The best baklava comes from a shop famous around Atlanta for its pita, Leon International Foods. And a restaurant's food may be highly complex, but that doesn't mean its name needs to be.

Anne Quatrano talks closing Abattoir, plans to turn the Quinones Room into a café

Chef/owner Anne Quatrano of Star Provisions announced yesterday that the meat-centric Abattoir will have its final dinner service on March 28. The Optimist’s Ford Fry will be taking over the space. While Fry’s staying mum on...

Breaking down Atlanta’s James Beard Award nominees for 2015

Atlanta scored big on this year’s list of James Beard Award semifinalists with a record number of nominees. Thirteen Atlanta chefs and restaurants made the cut (fourteen, if you count The Grey in Savannah). Finalists will be announced on Tuesday, March 24.

Fine Dining: Bacchanalia

Marriage proposals, anniversaries, graduation dinners—they all happen at Bacchanalia, where chefs-owners Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison remind us of the dying art of intuitive service and seamless pampering.

High on the Vine: 7 essential wines for Thanksgiving

When it comes to pairing wine with a wide spread of turkey and sides and satisfying a large group whose preferences range from sweet Moscato to bank-busting Montrachet’s, that’s a challenge. Thankfully, Rick Blumberg, the beverage director at Bacchanalia, has a few ideas.

Anne Quatrano’s Dub’s Fish Camp to be casual, “more like Star Provisions”

James Beard Award winner Anne Quatrano will open her fifth restaurant, Dub’s Fish Shack, at Ponce City Market in the spring of 2015. Named after her great-great-great-great grandfather W.H. Stiles, Dub is a nickname...

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