Home Tags Floral Park Market

Tag: Floral Park Market

Atlanta restaurants celebrate the briny charms of tinned seafood

Atlanta restaurants celebrate the briny charms of tinned seafood

Born in Puerto Rico and raised in Southern California, Mel Toledo enjoyed tinned fish regularly for dinner. “My mother would heat up a tin of sardines in tomato sauce and we’d eat it with rice,” says Toledo, who today is a co-owner of Foundation Social Eatery and Petite FSE in Alpharetta—and one of a growing number of chefs in the metro area celebrating the sophisticated joys of preserved seafood in small packages.
Atlanta Grocery Guide

Your metro Atlanta grocery guide: 90+ stores to explore

Consider this your ultimate directory of neighborhood markets, gourmet and specialty shops, butchers, international grocers, and national and regional retailers.
Atlanta grocery guide

21 products from metro Atlanta grocery stores you ought to add to your shopping list

From ketchup to caviar, we've rounded up several interesting beverages, gifts, dinner shortcuts, and condiments.
Things we like: Grandma-style mac and cheese

Things we like: Grandma-style mac and cheese

Kevin Mobley grew up in South Boston, Virginia, eating macaroni and cheese made by his great-grandmother. Anna Bell lived and gardened on a couple acres of land and got milk from her own cow. He cooked with her but never wrote the recipe down. “Over the past 20-plus years, as an adult, I spent time re-creating that recipe exactly the way that it was,” says Mobley, who runs a tech company by day.
David Sweeney

The chef who changed my relationship with food

Few chefs have had as big an influence on the way I eat as David Sweeney. His innovative Edgewood Avenue restaurant, Dynamic Dish, may have lasted a scant three years—from 2007 to 2010—but it earned a place in the city’s pantheon of meaningful dining experiences.
Floral Park Market.

Don’t let the name fool you—Floral Park Market is one of the best places to grocery shop

The store looks like it belongs in a quaint country town. I passed through tiny rooms crammed full of Tunisian towels, letterpress cards, and other carefully curated items and eventually ended up in a huge open space where tables are piled with attractive displays of baked goods and jarred pantry staples and walls are lined with refrigerator and freezer units loaded with items you won’t find anywhere else.

Follow Us