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Serenbe is an even greater respite than chef Nicolas Bour imagined

Back in 2006, Bour was one of the first chefs to cook at the Farmhouse restaurant attached to the Inn at Serenbe, where, in late 2018, he made a felicitous return.
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27. The Hil

Hilary White’s family-run sanctuary isn’t something you could replicate just anywhere.

TomorrowWorld won’t be happening in 2016

Though the festival is gone for now, promoters also added that "this is not farewell," leaving the door open for a possible return.

Inside Kevin Gillespie’s VIP TomorrowWorld dinner

A rain-soaked, mud-slathered, and at least partially drug-fueled music festival isn't exactly the sort of place you'd expect to find fine dining. But there it was, adjacent to the main stage at TomorrowWorld, the gigantic electronic music festival that took place last weekend on 8,000 acres of farmland in Chattahoochee Hills.

Scenes from TomorrowWorld 2015: Music and mud

By now you've heard about the rain-soaked chaos at this year's TomorrowWorld EDM festival. Still, for some concert-goers, the event was still a chance to dance, party, and show off their festival finery.

TomorrowWorld 2015’s festival style

At last weekend's rain-drenched TomorrowWorld music festival in Chattahoochee Hills, most attendees were more worried about staying dry than turning heads. But a few brave souls ditched their ponchos to show off their festival fashion.

Chaos in Chattahoochee Hills: Rain catches TomorrowWorld organizers ill-prepared, leaving thousands stranded overnight outside the festival

“Some people just gave up, sleeping on the side of the road, with no street lights. ... It was a recipe for disaster.”

How TomorrowWorld is pumping millions into Atlanta’s economy

Locals who went to TomorrowWorld last year spent about $97 per day while out-of-towners (which includes foreigners from some 75 countries) shelled out $148 a day, which translates to about $72 million in economic impact in the region, according to a study by analytics firm ICF International.

Last year’s TomorrowWorld brought music, fur, and $85 million

Last year's TomorrowWorld festival created more than just a massive influx neon spandex and fur-covered, well, everything.

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