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50 Best Restaurants in Atlanta

36. Vingenzo’s

Some of the best Neapolitan pies can be found in Woodstock, where chef and owner Michael Bologna cooks them in a wood-fired oven.
No. 246

30. No. 246

Ford Fry didn’t always launch behemoth restaurants with sky-high design budgets. In 2011, he opened this intimate Italian charmer in Decatur that remains his most sincere effort.

Alisa Barry reopens Bella Cucina at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta

Bella Cucina's previous brick-and-mortar location shuttered in 2013, but just in time for the holidays, the Atlanta-based brand of Italian spreads and sauces is back at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta.
Fresh on the Scene, A Mano

The early word on A Mano and Greens & Gravy

Stuff yourself at Darius Williams' "soul bistro" right off the BeltLine and get a taste of handmade, Italian pasta in Old Fourth Ward.
Marinara sauce

How to make a basic but oh-so-good marinara

There’s nothing like a just-picked tomato in the middle of summer—except when you’re making marinara.
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.
Storico Fresco

Review: Storico Fresco needs to bring its store to the table

While Storico Fresco is a brilliant store, it’s not much of a restaurant. I had two meals from the menu and two others that sampled from takeout cases, and almost every single dish from the brown paper packages and plastic containers was better than the ones on the restaurant menu.
Double Zero Emory Village

Exclusive: Double Zero opens in Emory Village on September 6 with a brand new menu

After five years in Sandy Springs, Double Zero Napoletana closed its doors earlier this month. Now, the restaurant is set to re-open in a new space (formerly Ink & Elm) in Emory Village, with a new name and a new menu to boot.
Brezza Cucina

Review: With two chefs in charge, can Brezza Cucina find its way?

With a menu of standards that doesn’t vary much, execution needs to be consistent. But keeping track at Brezza was like watching a slide show where pictures go in and out of focus and pass by too fast.
Alisa Barry

How to celebrate the holidays Italian style, from Bella Cucina’s Alisa Barry

When I met Alisa Barry 18 years ago, she was launching her Italian-inspired pantry products business, Bella Cucina, and my family had just started making annual summer treks to the Ligurian coast—where we now own a second home. Needless to say, we Italophiles bonded immediately.

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