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Fresh on the Scene—Kaiser's Chophouse

Fresh on the Scene: Kaiser’s Chophouse, Kula Revolving Sushi Bar, Cuba Mia

Conveyor-belt sushi in Doraville, prime cuts of steak at Kaiser’s Chophouse, and grab a Cuban sandwich at Buford Highway's Cuba Mia.

Miss Gogi puts its own spin on Korean barbecue

The restaurant differs from its competition with its cooking surface. Jade-covered metal griddles are installed at an angle, making it easier for the fat to drain off as it's rendered from the heat.

Kula, a new conveyor belt sushi spot, just opened in Doraville

Conveyor belt sushi bars have come and gone in Atlanta, but Kula Revolving Sushi Bar in Doraville is the newest.
Buford Highway

Drive (and eat) along Buford Highway

Don’t let the drab strip malls fool you; Atlanta’s most soulful dining experiences can be found along this corridor.

Where to celebrate Chinese New Year in Atlanta

The Chinese Lunar New Year will take place this year on January 28. Here's where you can celebrate in Atlanta.
Buford Highway Soup

A Buford Highway guide to soup

When you’re looking for soup along Buford Highway, you're looking for noodles and dumplings. My favorite? The stretchy noodles at New Lan Zhou Noodle at Atlanta Chinatown, off Buford on New Peachtree Road in Chamblee.
Tea House Formosa

Fresh on the Scene: Tea House Formosa, C&S Chowder House, and Nexto

Get the early word on three new Atlanta restaurants: Tea House Formosa, C&S Chowder House, and Nexto

Where to find incredible tacos in Atlanta

These 7 picks span the spectrum of authentic to Americanized indulgence. Did your favorite taco spot make the cut?
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.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Tacos: Chicago Supermarket

Hand-pressed, freshly ground masa dough, vibrant salsas, and tender meat spell the difference between good and great tacos. At this hopping grocer-taqueria, lingua (tongue), cabeza (head meat), and goat come straight from the butcher counter in the back.

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