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Holeman & Finch once again limiting its burger to 24 per night

Gunshow’s Spencer Gomez is now chef de cuisine at Holeman & Finch Public House, offering a new menu and limiting the availability of the acclaimed burger to 24 per meal service.
Spencer Gomez

Gunshow’s Spencer Gomez heads to Holeman and Finch Public House

“I didn’t necessarily want to leave Gunshow. I knew that Holeman had this availability, and it’s just a really good fit. I’ve done a lot of charcuterie work and meat-focused dining,” says Gomez, who prior to Gunshow worked at the Branded Butcher in Athens.
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King of Carbs: Rob Alexander is the reason your sandwich rocks

The bun on that famous H&F cheeseburger? The bread for that banner cheesesteak at Fred's Meat & Bread? You can thank Rob Alexander for both—and a whole lot more.

Fresh on the Scene: Revival, Little Trouble, Pea Ridge Kitchen & Bar, and Little Sheep Hot Pot

A look at four newcomers to Atlanta's dining scene: Revival, Little Trouble, Pea Ridge Kitchen & Bar, and Little Sheep Hot Pot, plus an update on Holeman and Finch Public House.

We asked 4 Atlanta chefs, “What’s the best burger you’ve ever eaten?”

Robert Phalen, Steven Satterfield, Linton Hopkins, and Ford Fry dish on their all-time favorites

5. Holeman and Finch Public House

Atlanta’s most famous burger has become a bit of a wild card since Linton Hopkins started dispensing it at Turner Field, made it available all day at Holeman and Finch, and designed a stall for it in Ponce City Market.

Holeman and Finch Public House

I arrived at Holeman and Finch Public House on a recent Saturday at 7:30 p.m., expecting to wriggle through a surge of bodies to reach the bar. Since it opened in 2008, I’ve introduced the Buckhead trendsetter to dozens of visitors, always prepping them to brace for the crowds, assuring them that the cocktails and the charcuterie and the famous cheeseburger served after 10 p.m. are worth the hassle.

From Post-it notes to Edison bulbs

4th & Swift. Bocado. Flip Burger Boutique. Local Three. Holeman & Finch Public House. Miller Union. Gunshow. These restaurants may all look different, have different menus, and serve different facets of the community, but they have one thing in common: They were designed by ai3.

Final Fork: Choose between the Iberian Pig and Holeman and Finch

Hmm, I think I can pick up on at least one theme: pork. Both these restaurants built their menus (and cult appeal) around the pig. We get the appeal. Chefs do, too. In our Southern issue this past November, we showcased eight local culinary mainstays with pig tattoos. (We also had a nice essay on the appeal of pork's cousin, country ham.)

The Final Fork: We’ve got a Cinderella story on our hands

It's time for the fifth round of our Final Fork contest, which brings us one step closer to voters determining Atlanta's favorite restaurant.

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