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What’s on the menu at Mary Hoopa’s House of Fried Chicken & Oysters

One Eared Stag’s Robert Phalen is opening a new restaurant in East Lake this summer. Called Mary Hoopa’s House of Fried Chicken & Oysters, it will be a casual Southern spot inspired by the former cook and nanny of Phalen’s mother-in-law, whose fried chicken recipe Phalen adopted.

Asha Gomez is closing Spice to Table to focus on tea

February 24 will be Spice to Table’s last day in operation. We talked to Gomez why she's shutting down, the difficulties of being a restaurateur, and about her new line of teas and spices, DYAD.

Treat Yo Self to these splurge-worthy dishes

Sometimes you just need to indulge, and there's no better excuse to pig out than the holidays. From mountains of nachos to a sinful grinder, here are a few of our favorite calorie-rich dishes.

Ludacris’s Chicken+Beer restaurant is open, serving more than chicken and beer

Rapper Chris "Ludacris" Bridges's long-awaited restaurant, named for his 2003 multi-platinum album, is now open in the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
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.
Sandwiches

Five easy sandwich recipes that will make your coworkers jealous

You’ve probably been brown-bagging sandwiches since kindergarten. But eventually you reach a point when PB&J doesn’t cut it anymore.

Eat This: Busy Bee Cafe’s fried chicken

Busy Bee Cafe may boast the city’s best fried chicken, but it wasn’t always their top seller. When owner Tracy Gates first started working at the restaurant in 1987, the menu was dominated by ham hocks and chitlins.
Revival Chicken

Review: Revival worships at the altar of butter

Revival is Kevin Gillespie’s re-creation of the food he grew up eating at the table of his grandmother, whom he calls the best cook he’ll ever know, and who specialized in flavor-packed abundance.
Busy Bee

Fried Chicken: Busy Bee

The intoxicating aroma of this soul food institution’s signature dish hits you before you’re even halfway to the front door. With a featherlight crust that flakes onto the table and into your lap, and flesh as juicy as potlikker, this chicken is as hallowed as the restaurant itself, which opened in 1947.
Watershed on Peachtree

Watershed on Peachtree

I have baggage at Watershed. Left luggage, you might call it. The one local restaurant I really knew before moving here last year was the Decatur Watershed of Scott Peacock, whose quietly vibrant food defined what I thought could be Southern.

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