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Home for holidays? Here are plenty of Atlanta restaurants offering takeout for Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year’s
Looking for Atlanta takeout options for Hanukkah, Christmas Eve and Day, and New Year's Eve and Day? Here's a list of restaurants offering meals and deals, from steak to sushi to roast chicken to specialty cocktails.
Feeding employees and selling toilet paper: How one Atlanta restaurant group is trying to survive COVID-19
With thousands of dollars worth of produce and meats in their fridges, Double Zero and other Castellucci Hospitality Group restaurants were quickly trying to use up their supplies and hand out free meals to their hourly employees—who will likely be without work for the foreseeable future.
Castellucci Hospitality Group, the culinary company behind Krog Street Market’s Spanish tapas spot Bar Mercado, is opening its first non-regionally focused restaurant February 26. Recess is a 15-seat Krog Street Market food stall focused on “healthy-ish food satisfying to the soul,” says chef Victoria Shore. “We focus on delicious first at an accessible price point,” she says.
Castellucci Hospitality Group, the team behind the Iberian Pig, Double Zero, and Cooks & Soldiers, is opening a food stall called Recess at Krog Street Market in late fall.
Outkast vs. A Tribe Called Quest, metal bands at Warped Tour, and a tipsy evening at wine tasting school
The family behind Atlanta's Castellucci Hospitality Group (Cooks & Soldiers, Iberian Pig) has been in the restaurant business for a century. Father and son Federico W. Castellucci II and Federico W. Castellucci III share the lessons they've learned from Dad.
While the warnings of “must be ordered an hour ahead” or “takes 45 minutes” on dishes like risotto or whole-roasted chicken may turn off many a diner, I adore that fine print.
Get the early word on four new Atlanta restaurants: Char Korean Bar & Grill, American Cut, Cafe and Velo, and Double Zero
After five years in Sandy Springs, Double Zero Napoletana closed its doors earlier this month. Now, the restaurant is set to re-open in a new space (formerly Ink & Elm) in Emory Village, with a new name and a new menu to boot.