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Bread & Butterfly

Brunch: Bread & Butterfly

Few restaurants make us want to slow down the way Billy Allin’s new Inman Park cafe does.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Chicken and Waffles: Richards’ Southern Fried

The chicken is moist and crisp in the best way, chef Todd Richards has been known to fleck the waffle with collard greens, and the signature hot sauce gives just the right amount of kick.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Food Truck: Cousins Maine Lobster

Founded by (Yep) two cousins with Maine roots, this food truck franchise dishes out all kinds of fresh-caught treats: lobster rolls, lobster tacos, lobster quesadillas.
Q Trinh

One to Watch in 2017: Q Trinh

Just try keeping up with Q. The owner-operator of We Suki Suki has boundless energy and ideas, which range from a community-owned food truck to her own line of pâté.
Rolled ice cream

New Food Trend: Rolled Ice Cream

This sweet sensation first popularized by Thai street vendors has finally made the journey to Buford Highway.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Real-Deal Thai: SriThai Kitchen & Sushi Bar

You won’t find better, more authentic Thai street food than at this Duluth spin-off of an existing restaurant by the same name.
Best of Atlanta 2016

New Taproom: Urban Tree Cidery

In addition to producing one of Atlanta’s only hard ciders (made with apples picked from its own orchard), Urban Tree pours local craft beers, hosts live bands, and brings in food trucks for the crowds that pack this breezy space.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Modern Meat-and-Three: Rising Son

It’s a family affair for chef Hudson Rouse and his wife, Kathryn Fitzgerald Rouse, who opened this cozy spot in the spring.
Storico Fresco

Italian Market: Storico Fresco Alimentari

Local pasta master Michael Patrick offers up his full line of noodles, meatballs, and sauces—all made fresh in-house—plus a host of other products imported from the Old Country.
Best of Atlanta 2016

New Bakery: TGM Bread

When Todd Ginsberg opened this bakery next door to his flagship restaurant, the General Muir, we knew it would serve as bread-making HQ for his operations, including West Egg, Fred’s Meat & Bread, and Yalla.

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