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8 Fahrenheit brings Thai “rolled” ice cream to Atlanta

Buford Highway’s 8 Fahrenheit is reshaping how we eat ice cream—literally. Forget scoops and cones; think Instagram-perfect frozen curls.

Masterpiece reveals newly renovated expansion, doubles in size

It didn’t take long for chef Liu Rito outgrow his eight-table restaurant. Rave reviews left the tiny, family-run Sichuan restaurant unable to keep up with demand just months after it opened.
Christiane Chronicles

The Christiane Chronicles: Stop asking me, “Have you dined with us before?”

Of all the ways a server can make a guest feel insecure, the one that irritates me the most is “Have you dined with us before?” And why restaurants with their own grocery stores are particularly dear to me.
La Mei Zi

Fresh on the Scene: Staplehouse, La Mei Zi, Com Mai, Venkman’s

A first look at four newcomers to Atlanta's restaurant scene: Staplehouse, La Mei Zi, Com Mai, and Venkman's
Masterpiece

Buford Highway Newcomer: Masterpiece

Make a beeline up Buford Highway for the sizzle and spice of master chef Liu Ri, whose pocket-sized restaurant blends the beauty of Sichuan and Hunan cooking.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Thai Massage: Treat Your Feet

We love this Buford Highway spa (which recently announced a forthcoming location in Buckhead) because it’s affordable but doesn’t skimp on Zen.

Sushi House Hayakawa closed temporarily for remodeling

Atsushi Hayakawa of Sushi House Hayakawa announced in a YouTube video yesterday that the restaurant would be closing for remodeling, effective immediately.
Victoria Cosmetics

Five bargain beauty destinations on Buford Highway

Treat yourself without breaking the bank at Hair Capital, Nailmall, Treat Your Feet, and more

36. Eat the world on Buford Highway

As ethnic cuisine destinations go, cities like New York and Los Angeles have distinct neighborhoods like Little Italy, Chinatown or Koreatown, and Tehrangeles.

Discovery: Breakfast at Northern China Eatery

What does the rest of the world eat for breakfast? Such a question may not keep you up at night, but even the most active ethnic buffs often draw a blank when it comes to other cultures’ ways of starting the day. Breakfast central for the local Beijing community is Northern China Eatery, a sweet, unadorned dining room on Buford Highway that sits in the shadows of Italy Optical, a fancy Asian-owned establishment whose sign you should watch for in order to make the proper turn. There is no need to scramble out of bed early for hot soy milk; crisp, long crullers served plain or folded into thin egg cakes with hot sauce; dumplings; savory cakes; and other unexpected, delicious treats. Breakfast is served all day between 9:30 a.m. and 10 p.m. (except Thursday, when the restaurant’s hours are shorter) alongside dishes such as pig’s feet, pig’s ears, noodles with preserved vegetables, and hot pots filled with stewed oxtail or (I kid you not) ox penis.

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