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Chef Hector Santiago's El Super Pan makes its way to the Battery at SunTrust Park; Chef Leslie Cohen joins Atlanta's pizza wars with Firepit Pizza Tavern; and Grant Park has a new Mexican restaurant, Patria Cocina.
Community Farmers Markets—a nonprofit network that likely includes at least one of your favorite Atlanta farmers markets—is hosting its inaugural Red Clay Soirée fundraising gala on Friday, November 10. The event will feature chefs from Kimball House, 8 Arm, the General Muir, Rising Sun, El Super Pan, and other favorite Atlanta restaurants.
I worry the classic Manhattan is going the way of the martini: another opportunity for barkeeps to futz around with annoying techniques and show-offish ingredients. Plus: In previous decades, chefs had to be Japanese if they wanted customers to take their sushi seriously. They had to be born in Spain to attempt paella. This attitude seems quaint in an era when scholarly approach trumps birthright.
Take an early look at four new restaurants in Atlanta—El Super Pan, Himitsu, Gaja, and Porchlight Latin Kitchen.
El Super Pan's Hector Santiago discusses Top Chef, Spam, and the problem with culinary school now.
I’ve often wondered why Atlanta is bent on turning its back on talented artists. Did we appreciate Guenter Seeger’s passion for farm produce and seafood harvested in our coastal waters? No!
He's back. Come fall, Atlantans will be able to enjoy Hector Santiago’s Latin sandwiches and more at the new Super Pan at Ponce City Market. The former Pura Vida chef confirmed that his food stall will offer an expanded version of the menu he’s been serving at pop-ups this summer. There will be Cubans and small plates, along with sides like yuca fries and plantains, and rum-based craft cocktails.
6 Atlanta chefs share their favorite shopping destinations, including Great Wall Supermarket, 48th Street Market, and more.
Alpaca, it’s what’s for dinner: Atlanta restaurants serve up alternatives to the usual beef and chicken
Historically speaking, the Southern meat-and-two has called for beef, pork, or chicken. Today kitchens are showing interest in other animals. I spoke with four chefs who know their way around the hottest cuts.
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