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The 2013 Atlanta Food & Wine Festival to feature Anne Quatrano, Linton Hopkins, Kevin Rathbun, and more

Now in its third year, our city's most ambitious culinary event, the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival (AFWF) will be held May 30 through June 2. Ticket pre-sales begin tomorrow.

Atlanta’s 13 most anticipated restaurants for 2013

We reviewed 2012 a couple weeks back. What will 2013 bring? Here are the thirteen restaurants we're most anticipating:

Video: Grilling steaks with Kevin Rathbun

For the latest issue of Atlanta magazine, dining critic Bill Addison searched high and low for the best steakhouse in Atlanta, consuming 336 ounces of ribeye, New York strip, and filet mignon in six weeks. Based on his experiences, we’ve put together the definitive guide to steakhouses in Atlanta, while taking into consideration everything from the veteran servers to the chilled seafood that complete the experience.

Food Chatter: Kevin Rathbun on KR Steakbar

Perhaps the buzziest dining news so far this year arrived last week when Kevin Rathbun’s company sent out a PR release announcing a new restaurant: KR Steakbar in the Peachtree Hills neighborhood, inside of the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC), slated to open by late summer.

The 13 most anticipated restaurants of 2013

Last year, Richard Blais got back in the kitchen with the Spence, Fifth Group opened a sustainable seafood spot (Lure), and the Optimist was named “Restaurant of the Year” by Esquire Magazine. Giovanni Di Palma drafted plans for a miniature Little Italy near Georgia Tech (see Bar Antico below), Shaun Doty got into the fast-casual chicken market with the opening of Bantam and Biddy, and numerous local chefs appeared on Chopped.

Checking in with Kevin Rathbun

ATL Food Chatter: August 30, 2011 (To receive the Chatter and other culinary tidbits directly in your inbox, sign up for our weekly dining newsletter)Kevin Rathbun recently took some time from planning for his airport project, an American diner called The Atlantan; preparing for the Inman Park Restaurant Week, scheduled for September 19 to 25; and wrapping up a guest judging appearance on a Food Network show to talk about how he got to Inman Park, the next hot intown neighborhood, and where he is looking for future projects.

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