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How to find the best cocktails in Atlanta—and what to avoid
And I’ve realized that, for me, there are only three kinds of cocktails: classic, magic, and a waste of money.
Want Food, Will Travel: 8 Southern plates worth the drive—or flight
Would you jet to Miami for a Cuban hamburger? Take a trip to Savannah for foie gras and grits? How about head to Asheville for a whole-hog pulled-pork plate? Some dishes are so remarkable, they’re worth traveling that extra mile—or even hundreds of miles.
If you can take a lunch break, you should. Here’s where to go in Atlanta.
The Wall Street Journal says fewer and fewer Americans are dining out to lunch. It's time-consuming and more expensive than cooking at home. But it can also be a much-needed mental health break. If you're looking for a new lunch spot, here's a few in Atlanta worth trying.
King of Carbs: Rob Alexander is the reason your sandwich rocks
The bun on that famous H&F cheeseburger? The bread for that banner cheesesteak at Fred's Meat & Bread? You can thank Rob Alexander for both—and a whole lot more.
Eat This: Bones’s Mountain High Pie
Bones has been an old school landmark of celebrated decadence since opening in 1979. No dish embodies that generous hospitality more than their mountain high pie.
When this lunch-only half-pounder from Atlanta’s oldest steakhouse topped our burger list last January, some readers were flummoxed. But we’ve yet to find another patty so loosely ground, so supremely beefy, and so consistently cooked (order it medium-rare, always).
Is Ford Fry’s Marcel the most expensive steakhouse in Atlanta?
While a 30 oz porterhouse costs $142, Fry listed off a few tactics that, he says, many steakhouses use to cushion their margins
Fresh on the Scene: American Food and Beverage, Diner, and more
Mini-reviews of four new Atlanta restaurants, including Le Fat, Diner, Gu's Dumplings, and American Food and Beverage
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