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Get a bite of outrageously tasty tacos, burritos, and tamales at Edgewood's El Tesoro, whet your deep-dish, Chicago-style pizza appetite at Gino’s East off of North Highland Avenue, and if you're in need of comfort food, visit College Park's Soul Crab.
Set to open later this year in Edgewood, Taqueria El Tesoro will offer breakfast tacos, tamales, quesadillas, coffee, beer, and more.
Cafe + Velo owners Jeff Demetriou (an Atlanta artist and cyclist) and Benjamin Boisson (owner of Atlanta Beltline Bikes) want you to drive your car less. The duo opened a cozy, unpretentious coffee shop on Edgewood in hopes that it would appeal to Atlanta's cycling and pedestrian community.
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Since metro Atlanta’s recovery began in earnest in 2012, prices are up—in some places way up. Here, how the median home value has changed from December 2011 to December 2015.
After two years ping-ponging around the city as a pop-up, Chrome Yellow has at last found a place to call home.
If you haven’t seen the trailer for the CW’s Containment, you might want to check it out. Since the show is not only filmed here but also set in town, there will be a lot of nods to Atlanta that residents will pick up on.
Okay, everyone who claims to support transit alternatives in Atlanta. Here’s a great chance to put your money where your mouth is. Atlanta Streetcar work is progressing—oh-so-slowly but steadily—and so is work on the Atlanta BeltLine. But while all of this is underway, it means major hassles for businesses in the Sweet Auburn corridor, especially right on Edgewood and Auburn avenues.
By his own admission, Grant Henry had to dumb down the decor of his provocative new dive bar on Edgewood Avenue. From the street, Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room & Ping-Pong Emporium (Church, for short) looks enough like the real thing that people regularly walk in expecting to find a storefront religious sanctum. After they take in the big, tacky flower cross and the velvet Jesus behind the liquor bottles, they beat a hasty retreat.