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Urban farmers now opting to rent, not buy, land

Even those with little to no agricultural know-how might assume, and reasonably so, that to be a farmer, you have to own land. Turns out, that’s not the case.

Three Taverns Brewery opens to the public

A Belgian-style brewery in East Decatur Station, Three Taverns will give its first public tours and tastings this week. Nearly one hundred Atlanta restaurants and bars—including Brick Store Pub, Farm Burger, and Ormsby’s—have already started serving Three Taverns beer, and now Atlantans can see how it’s made.

Taco Mac Decatur will close for renovations August 4, reopen in October

After twelve years in Decatur, Taco Mac Sports Grill will be updating its look. The restaurant and bar will close at the end of business this Sunday, August 4, and reopen in October. During that time, Taco Mac will acquire a new street front patio, new LED HDTVs, and more comfortable seating options. In addition, the bar area will be expanded and feature one hundred draft beer taps.

Terry Koval leaves Farm Burger for the Wrecking Bar

Farm Burger announced last week that Terry Koval, the chef that helped launch and run the original Decatur location of the growing chain, has left his position. Koval will be heading to the Wrecking Bar in Inman Park as head chef. The Wrecking Bar opened last year with a menu mostly centered around the beers brewed on site at the restaurant. We caught up with Koval to ask him a few questions about the move and his plans for the Wrecking Bar.

Checking in with Farm Burger’s Dan Latham

ATL Food Chatter: September 27, 2011 (To receive the Chatter and other culinary tidbits directly in your inbox, sign up for our weekly dining newsletter)Dan Latham’s recent jump to the Farm Burger team left local observers somewhat mystified, since it was assumed—and hoped for—that the chef who once worked at New York’s Babbo and who ran a beloved restaurant, L & M’s Kitchen and Salumeria, in would ultimately open a brick and mortar version of his pizza truck, Moto Bene, in Atlanta. Instead, Latham, the James Beard Award nominated chef, now helms the kitchen at the new Farm Burger Buckhead and serves as corporate chef for the dynamic Athens based operation. Farm Burger—part of a collective that includes Athens-based Moonshine Meats and restaurant Farm 255—is co-owned by Jason Mann, a farmer whose goal is to create a more sustainable agricultural system in Georgia and beyond. Latham and Mann met last spring and hit it off; Latham helms the kitchen at Farm Burger’s newly opened second location in Buckhead.

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