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Wagaya Grocery Store

8 things you must try at Home Park’s new Japanese grocery store

Wagaya Groceries opened recently beneath 14th Street's Wagaya and Chirori restaurants. It's packed wall-to-wall with candy, snacks, instant noodles, baked goods, beer, sake, and more. So what should you try first?
Seoul Chikin Korean fried chicken pop-up

A pop-up specializing in Korean fried chicken stops by Ponce City Market

It was her mother's Korean fried chicken recipe, and a "growing obsession to show everyone just how out-of-this-world it is,” that inspired marketing consultant Stephanie Watson to become a chef.
75 Best Restaurants in Atlanta: Woo Nam Jeong (Stone Bowl House)

Woo Nam Jeong (Stone Bowl House)

From the moment the owner introduces herself as “Grandma,” you know Woo Nam Jeong is a special place.
D92 Korean BBQ

D92 Korean BBQ

It offers the kind of Korean barbecue that typically warrants a trip to the suburbs.
75 Best Restaurants in Atlanta: Yet Tuh

Yet Tuh

Yet Tuh is a humble hideaway just off Buford Highway that offers homestyle Korean food at its most comforting.
Best New Restaurants in Atlanta - 9292 Korean BBQ

9292 Korean Barbecue

Korean barbecue is the sum of its parts. At 9292—the flagship of a growing mini-empire, including the almost-as-good D92 in Decatur—each part is a cut above.

Eat bulgogi-stuffed pierogi and “slutty” tofu at Korean Fusion—a pop-up from an epidemiologist

Chef, cookbook author, and epidemiologist Seung Hee Lee loves to experiment at her Korean Fusion pop-up dinners. “Pop-ups are always unexpected, and I love the adrenaline rush,” she says.
The Brasserie at Bazati

The verdict on 3 newcomers to Atlanta’s dining scene

Our mini-reviews on the Brasserie at Bazati, a French-themed restaurant; Grant Park's Full Commission, a neighborhood spot with an all-purpose feel; and Decatur's Son of a Bear, a fun Korean joint.

The verdict on 6 newcomers to Atlanta’s dining scene

Mini-reviews of the Local Pizzaiolo, the White Bull, Noona, Achie's, Genuine Pizza, and Dixie Q
Korean food

Take a tour of true Korean food in metro Atlanta

Everyday Korean author Seung Hee Lee takes us on a tour of four Atlanta restaurants where you should eat Korean food now—no KBBQ included.

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