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Aziza Israeli Atlanta

Aziza brings “nontraditional” Israeli food to the Westside this month

Atlanta has its fair share of Middle Eastern spots, but true, full-service Israeli restaurants are another story. Bellina Alimentari owner Tal Baum is looking to change that with the opening of Aziza in the Westside Provisions District this month.

Israeli restaurants, however they’re defined, arrive in Atlanta

Though there are abundant “Middle Eastern” restaurants in Atlanta, ones designated as “Israeli” are rare; Tal Baum and a few other chefs are trying to change that. Three new restaurateurs are bringing Israeli-style food to Atlanta.
Westside Provisions District

Westside Provisions District announces four new concepts, including two restaurants

Among the four new properties announced for Westside Provisions District are a new Italian restaurant from the Storico Fresco team and an Israeli restaurant from Bellina Alimentari's owner.
Christiane Chronicles

The Christiane Chronicles: Cheese later, not now

I cannot contain my disdain for the appetizer cheese course. Cheese is rich and, depending on the kind, funky. It satiates your appetite. It induces sleepiness, even. Why would anyone eat it at the beginning of the meal?

22 Atlanta restaurants to book for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is next Sunday but that doesn't mean you get a free pass for dinner on the Friday or Saturday before. Here are 22 Atlanta restaurants with something special planned for one of the busiest weekends of the year.
Ticonderoga Club

Fresh on the Scene: Ticonderoga Club, Bar Margot, Bellina Alimentari, and Brezza Cucina

Get an early look at four newcomers to Atlanta's dining scene—Ticonderoga Club, Bar Margot, Bellina Alimentari, and Brezza Cucina.

Bellina Alimentari Italian market comes to Ponce City Market

An Italian market, eatery, wine bar, and culinary club called Bellina Alimentari will open in Ponce City Market’s Food Hall this spring or summer. At 4,000 square feet, it will inhabit the largest space in the food hall. The mind behind the project, Tal Postelnik Baum, is an Israeli architect and designer who spent the last seven years in Florence, Italy working in restaurants. After moving to Atlanta to be with family, she decided to “bring some of that Italian charm back to the [South],” she says.

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