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The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Pollo Supremo, Juniper Cafe, and Belle & Lily’s Caribbean Brunch House
Heralding the arrival of Pollo Supremo, the long-awaited sequel to Supremo Taco. Plus, an all-day Vietnamese cafe, and Caribbean brunch
A new Atlanta restaurant delivers chicken any way you want it
Chef Nick Leahy launches a delivery-only concept, Chicken Out
Next up from the owner of Octopus Bar and 8Arm: Pollo Supremo near EAV
Located on Moreland Avenue a few blocks from East Atlanta Village, Pollo Supremo is slated to open by September.
Check out the menu for Ford Fry’s newest restaurant Little Rey, opening on Memorial Day
Located in Piedmont Heights in the old Anchor Bar & Tattoo space, Little Rey will offer tacos (including breakfast tacos), salads, and chicken al carbon, ordered at the counter or picked up at a take-out window.
Review: Hattie B’s Hot Chicken delivers a fiery kick to Atlanta
As its name suggests, Hattie B’s Hot Chicken serves hot chicken, a style of bird born and perfected in Nashville (and, so far, unrivaled elsewhere) that’s coated in an earthy and fiery slick of spiced fryer oil after it’s been cooked to a golden crisp. Located on Moreland Avenue, Hattie B’s is Atlanta’s first Nashville hot chicken import.
Are Chick-fil-A’s new meal kits any good? An experienced cook and an inexperienced one tried them out.
When Chick-fil-A announced in July that it would begin testing new take-home meal kits in its Atlanta markets, the internet went wild. But do the meals from those kits live up to the hype? We decided to find out.
Chick-fil-A is launching its own take-home meal kits
Chick-fil-A will begin rolling out five different meal kits in metro Atlanta beginning on August 27, with flavors such as chicken enchilada, panko-crusted Dijon chicken, chicken Parmesan, and more.
6 questions with Big Chicken author Maryn McKenna
"The big question for chicken—and for any meat that goes antibiotic-free—is a question that faces all of food production: Is better, safer food going to be something that only well-off people can afford? That hangs over all of these transformations of food systems," Maryn McKenna says.
Consumers want antibiotic-free chicken. Can companies and farmers afford it?
Antibiotics don’t just fight infections; they also fatten chickens. In an excerpt from her new book, Big Chicken, Atlanta journalist Maryn McKenna explores how consumer demand is forcing huge companies, such as Perdue and Chick-fil-A, to go antibiotic-free.
There’s truth in advertising at Yummy Spicy on Buford Highway
The new Chinese restaurant delivers excellent Sichuan cuisine ITP—supple wontons in chili oil, a signature chicken dish that resembles chicharrones, and a crispy blue crab worth digging your chopsticks into.