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Tre Vele, Mission + Market team to open Lebanese restaurant Zakia

Executive chef Ian Winslade is once again partnering with Ryan and Jonathan Akly to open Zakia in Buckhead. Named for the Aklys’ grandmother who had roots in Lebanon and the Middle East, Zakia will serve mezze, meats, and seafood made with family recipes—with a twist.

Mission + Market’s Ian Winslade to open Tre Vele Italian in Sandy Springs

The restaurant, cafe, and market targets a late July opening in the former Three Sheets building.
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Recipe: Bolognese from Mission + Market’s Ian Winslade

"To me, nothing says comfort food like pasta, and right now, we could all use a little extra comfort," says Ian Winslade, executive chef at Mission + Market in Buckhead.
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Review: Mission + Market lets a longtime Atlanta chef return to what he loves: seafood without fuss

Mission + Market is rigorous enough about its food for gourmands and glamorous enough for scenesters. It also allows an old-school chef to return to what he truly loves: seafood without fuss. Our review.
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Chef Ian Winslade reveals what’s cooking at his new Buckhead restaurant Mission + Market

After six and a half years at Murphy’s and Morningside Kitchen, chef Ian Winslade has moved on, opening his own West Coast-style restaurant called Mission + Market in the Three Alliance Center near Phipps Plaza in Buckhead.

Murphy’s team to open Morningside Kitchen in the old Rosebud space in April

With the help of culinary director Ian Winslade and former executive chef Tom Harvey, Murphy hopes to open by early April.

Ian Winslade becomes the culinary director for Murphy’s and Paces & Vine

Ian Winslade, executive chef and co-owner of Paces & Vine, is moving to a new role as culinary director for both Paces & Vine and Virginia-Highland mainstay Murphy’s. Ryan Burger has taken over the day-to-day cooking as chef de cuisine at Paces & Vine, while Ricky Navas helms Murphy’s. Both will continue to work closely with Winslade on menu development.

Murphy’s launches new concept, Paces & Vine, in Vinings

It took Tom Murphy thirty years, but he’s finally expanding his empire. The founder of Murphy’s in Virginia-Highland got his start selling hot dogs in Peachtree Battle. He opened Murphy’s as a basement deli...

Charitable kitchens give back to the community

Last year, Atlanta's restaurant community attracted national attention for the story of Ryan Hidinger and the Giving Kitchen. An up-and-coming chef with a popular supper club, Hidinger had dreams of opening his own restaurant when he was diagnosed with Stage IV gall bladder cancer. Local restaurants and chefs banded together to stage dinners and fundraisers for Ryan and his wife, Jen, who eventually started the Giving Kitchen, a nonprofit initiative to help restaurant workers in need. Ryan passed away in January, but his restaurant, Staplehouse, could be opening later this year.

Q&A with Murphy’s Ian Winslade

ATL Food Chatter: August 1, 2011 (To receive the Chatter and other culinary tidbits directly in your inbox, sign up for our weekly dining newsletter)Ian Winslade was raised in England and worked in restaurants in London, Bermuda, New York and Los Angeles before taking up residence in Atlanta in the 90s. Buckhead Life Restaurant’s Group Bluepointe, where he was opening executive chef in 1999, is probably the restaurant to which his name has been most closely associated over the years. He’s also worked for Tom Catherall at TomTom, Prime Steakhouse, and Shout; the local Jean-Georges Vongerichten concepts Spice Market and Market Buckhead; and more recently at Buckhead Bottle Shop and shuttered 5th Street Cafe.

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