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K-BBQ Factory, the latest restaurant from the owners of 678 and 770, continues to prove that Atlanta's Korean barbecue scene just might rival that of Los Angeles or New York City.
Since Revelator bought Octane last spring, the two coffee companies have been quietly working to merge their operations. The most obvious example of that change happens this month in Grant Park, where Octane will take the Revelator name and launch a new South Korean pop-up.
I often find myself torn between eating big salads or Asian noodles for lunch. And when it's still warm out, cold noodles are the way to go. Here are five great dishes to try in metro Atlanta.
It seems every week, some prolific local Instagrammer has unearthed yet another jaw-dropping food creation that defies expectation (and sometimes even seems to defy gravity). Here are six you shouldn't miss.
Scissors can slice, trim, or neaten up pretty much anything, yet outside of Korean restaurants, you rarely see them in the dining room. Why? Plus: The problem with tea at Chinese restaurants.
In Atlanta, most Korean barbecue restaurants seem to be moving toward electric grills, leaving charcoal-based ’cue—with its superior smoky flavor—increasingly hard to find. And the few charcoal-based restaurants that remain require certain concessions. But at 9292 Korean BBQ, there are no compromises, only a bounty of options and exceptional quality.