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Kyma

The ocean-blue and gleaming-white temple known as Kyma, which means “wave” in Greek, is Buckhead Life Restaurant Group’s brightest star.

Where to go for Easter brunch in metro Atlanta

Easter Sunday is quickly approaching. If you're still looking for a brunch reservation, here are a few favorite spots in metro Atlanta offering special menus for the holiday.
Home for dinner: Pano Karatassos

Home for Dinner: Kyma chef Pano Karatassos

Pano Karatassos swears that the massive meal he’s thrown together on a random Tuesday is simply “homestyle food that you would find at a Greek household.” Perhaps, but Karatassos also happens to be Atlanta restaurant royalty who helms the wildly popular Kyma in Buckhead.

Athens Pizza owner and Kyma GM announce new restaurant, Karv Mediterranean

Athens Pizza has been in Sandy Papadopoulos’s family for 50 years and he’s celebrating—first with a party at the restaurant on Saturday and later with a new Greek and Mediterranean spot called Karv. Set to open in 2017, Karv is a partnership with Nicholas Sousounis, Kyma’s general manager, and will serve “old-school recipes centered around the rotisserie.”
fish en papillote

Technique: Kyma’s Pano I. Karatassos on making fish en papillote

One of the easiest and healthiest fish techniques is cooking en papillote, in which fillets are wrapped in parchment to steam in a hot oven. Stuff the parchment packets with sliced vegetables or rice for a complete meal.
Dash app

This app lets you dine and dash (sort of)

Tired of waiting for the check? 32 local restaurants have partnered with Dash, an app that lets diners pay the bill without having to flag down a server.

Kyma

In the same way that Kyma’s wood-grilled octopus and whole fish lift you to culinary vistas way beyond the average gyro joint, the restaurant’s beverage program cracks open the under-explored world of Greek wines.

Sustainable Seafood on Menus

Nothing makes me as anxious as ordering seafood in restaurants. I must look like a nutjob when I play twenty questions with a server, who more than likely has no clue about the exact provenance and life cycle of the fish or shellfish. At the very least, I need to know whether those shrimp and that salmon are domestic, imported, wild-caught, or farm-raised. And I can't just have an oyster po'boy, either. "What kind of oysters?" I whine.

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