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Well Served Shorts: Chef spotlight on Eric Rivera in Montgomery, Alabama

Plus destination dining at the Hermitage Hotel, a roadside food hall, and our recommendations for Kentucky bourbon getaways.

Hometown Flavor: Pan-seared goodness from Mississippi restaurant Elvie’s

Hunter Evans remembers running around with his brothers when they visited their grandmother Elvieretta in New Orleans. The Jackson, Mississippi, native can still see the fresh shrimp in the sink and smell the spicy aromas of her homemade stuffed artichokes.

Chef Spotlight: Joe Truex of Pursell Farms in Sylacauga, Alabama

Known by many for Repast, his celebrated (and sorely missed) Atlanta restaurant, Joe Truex is now executive chef at Pursell Farms, a 3,200-acre resort in Sylacauga, Alabama, featuring an inn, cottages, an 18-hole golf course, and three restaurants.
Julia Bainbridge

Editor’s Note: Change is Afoot

A few months ago our brilliant young food editor, Evan Mah, left us to join the wine empire of James Suckling. I’m happy to announce that as of early November, Julia Bainbridge is our new food editor.
Restaurant bingo

Artisanal, drinkery, and 24 other dining terms that need to go away

In a business where margins are slim and every dollar counts, restaurateurs can be quick to capitalize on whatever’s trendy, slapping on a few catchphrases to attract customers and justify higher prices for those “artisanal” menu items. So can we please collectively scrub our menus of these words?
50 Best Restaurans

Editor’s Note: Accounting for taste

Is this the last word on the best restaurants in Atlanta? Hardly. Evan Mah told me one of the toughest challenges that he, Corby Kummer, and Christiane Lauterbach encountered was how to rank restaurants when so many could be wildly inconsistent.

Fresh on the Scene: The Cockentrice, Made Kitchen and Cocktails, and more

A look at four of the newest restaurants in Atlanta, including The Cockentrice, Made Kitchen and Cocktails, Dish Dive, and Asante.

3 Atlanta off-the-menu items you must try

Try these scrumptious secret meals from Seven Lamps, the Optimist, and Houston's.

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