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As if Glennwood Park's neighborhood bistro The Shed at Glenwood could get any cozier, owner Cynthia Shera is throwing the ultimate in casual Sunday brunchs this weekend. Diners are encouraged to cut the tags off their holiday sleepwear and arrive in your pajamas.
[Editor’s note: Molly Irwin did a fantastic job as our first dining-specific intern, and this is her last blog post on dinner parties. Thanks, Molly! And by the way, if you’re a student currently enrolled in school and looking for an dining-focused editorial internship, check out the application procedure: www.atlantamagazine.com/internships/editorial.aspx—B.A.]I hope you don’t mind me making a little detour from dinner parties for my final post, but I have to pay homage to my other favorite way to gather friends around a table: brunch. There is something about this meal that seems satisfyingly self-indulgent. Perhaps it’s the endless combinations of savory and sweet foods, or maybe it’s just the excitement of not having to eat another bowl of cold cereal. In culinary school, we spent two full weeks learning about eggs. Some complained about the onslaught of frittatas, strata, soufflés, crepes and hollandaise sauce. I, on the other hand, relished the ten full days of brunch food.