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Best takeout Atlanta COVID-19 coronavirus open

Atlanta’s 50 Best Restaurants: Takeout Edition

With most restaurant dining rooms still shuttered due to the pandemic, we’ve compiled a list below of all the restaurants from last year’s 75 Best Restaurants issue that are offering takeout, curbside, or delivery.

Best of Atlanta 2019: Food & Drink

The best of Atlanta's food and drink in 2019, including best new restaurant, new chef, new barbecue, dim sum, soft-serve, and more.
75 Best Restaurants in Atlanta: Desta Ethiopian Kitchen

Desta Ethiopian Kitchen

Despite the competition, Desta still the best place in town to scoop up kitfo and miser using soft, spongy, fermented injera bread.
Christiane Chronices: Ethiopian food in Atlanta

Atlanta doesn’t have a Chinatown or a Little Ethiopia. That’s (mostly) a good thing.

Atlanta is a melting pot of different cultures' cuisines—and that's a good thing. The problem is the restaurants where I most want to eat are getting farther and farther away. Also: Feedel Bistro—and Ethiopian food—is for everyone.
Slutty Vegan Atlanta

The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Feedel Bistro, Santorini Taverna, and Slutty Vegan

Be prepared to stand in line at Westview's Slutty Vegan (it's worth it), Feedel Bistro is the third Ethiopian restaurant to open at the intersection of Briarcliff and Clairmont roads, and get a taste of Greek classics (or American dishes with a Greek accent) at Santorini Taverna.
Hand foods

Zero forks given: These Atlanta dishes are meant to be eaten with your hands

Lose the forks—use your hands for these Atlanta meals, including the Kamayan Feast at Upper Room, Tibs at Desta, and the Shack-tastic Platter at Crawfish Shack.
African food in Atlanta

A quick primer on African food in Atlanta

Want to try more African dishes but not sure where to start? Here's a quick guide on where to eat African food in Atlanta.

Ethiopian: Desta Ethiopian Kitchen

Vegetarians and meat eaters alike have long relished the wonderfully aromatic stews and vegetables (red lentils, collard greens, tomatoes) served with spongy injera bread in this Druid Hills staple.

Going Meatless

Last week, I wrote about Sprouts Green Cafe, a new place with plenty of enticing options for vegetarians. I’m not a vegetarian, but I sometimes feel as if I could be without too much effort—especially in the summer, when heavier meat dishes just don’t have the same appeal. Inadvertently, I went all-veg at two recent restaurant meals and came away more than satisfied.Since I moved

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