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Best metro Atlanta restaurants with free parking

The best metro Atlanta restaurants with free parking

Parking in Atlanta can be a nightmare, especially when all you want is a bite to eat. So we've rounded up where you can park for free. No, not complementary valet and no, not in the occasional open space found on a side street after rounding the block three times. These are free lots next to the restaurant itself.

Battle of the Burritos: Which fast-casual chain reigns supreme?

On the surface, each of Atlanta's fast-casual burrito joints is virtually indistinguishable. Sure, some give you free chips, others offer barbecue sauce, queso, or green chiles, but at the end of the day, you start with a tortilla, you get rice, beans, meat, a choice of salsas, cheese, sour cream, and/or guacamole. Which begs the question: Which of these fast-casual chains is the best?
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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.

Eat This: Bell Street Burrito’s Pork and Green Chili Burrito

Ranked among the best in the city, Bell Street Burritos sells 300 burritos a day. But back in 2010, owner Matt Hinton was just an adjunct professor of theology and religion trying to mimic a recipe from the much-loved Tortillas.
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The Christiane Chronicles: Restaurant parking nightmares, and Sobban’s impressive garden

The absolute worst part about my otherwise enviable job? Parking. Depending on where I go, I’m left to navigate wonky meters, spiral-of-death garages (Empire State South), ridiculously steep terrain (Bell Street Burritos in south Buckhead), and dark, suspicious lots (basically everywhere in Little Five Points and East Atlanta).

The Christiane Chronicles: The problem with wine service; Rave-worthy craft sodas

I have a secret fantasy: I want to spank waiters. Why? Because wine service in Atlanta, on average, is abominable. Two reasons: First, when you order a bottle, waiters are far too eager to pour through the entire thing when you aren’t looking. Hands off, garçon. I’ll pour my own wine and drink at my own speed.

Our favorite foods for under $10

We’d splurge on sushi and dine at steakhouses every night if we could. But most of us can’t, and for the casual lunch or dinner, we’re more likely to chow down on these singular stars, where cost and quality are far from equals.

Table Talk: Chick-fil-A responds to controversy, Bell Street Burritos location in peril, Lure opens in Midtown

Commentary: Chick-fil-A president joins Atlanta's rich history of fried chicken and bigots Eat less chicken? Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy has been making it known that he is against same-sex marriage. Wyatt Williams commented on the controvery on Wednesday. On Thursday, the company distanced itself from Cathy's statements.

Bell Street Burritos on Howell Mill to close, reopen in new Westside location

Bell Street Burritos owner Matt Hinton confirmed today that the Howell Mill location of his fledgling burrito chain will close soon and reopen in a nearby location shortly thereafter. The property, which Hinton rents, is in the process of being sold to Advance Auto Parts. The terms of the current lease end in about six weeks, Hinton said, "Hopefully we can stay a little longer, but I don't know."

Discovery: Bell Street Burritos

Until now, burritos were pretty much a sideline gig for Matt Hinton, a young theologian who coped with shrinking hours at Morehouse College, where he was an adjunct professor, by starting a home delivery business. Hinton has many callings. He is, among other things, a director of documentary films, a record label owner, a pressman for his wife’s letterpress shop—and now a brand-new restaurateur.

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