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Linton’s in the Garden opens this spring; Jason Paolini named executive chef

Jason Paolini, the culinary director of Restaurant Eugene, will helm the kitchen at Atlanta Botanical Garden’s first full-service restaurant, Linton’s in the Garden. His appointment as executive chef follows Restaurant Eugene’s latest announcement that Chris Edwards will lead the kitchen.
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What were these 8 Atlanta restaurants almost named?

The culinary equivalent of a first impression, a restaurant’s name is the quickest way to stand out from the competition. Can you figure out what could have been for these 8 Atlanta restaurants?

Why chef Linton Hopkins banned balsamic vinegar from Holeman and Finch

Linton Hopkins discusses culinary school, why he can't stand squid ink, and why you need to be polite to work for him.
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Fresh on the Scene: Tavernpointe, Madras Mantra, Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, Mason Tavern

A first look at four newcomers to Atlanta's restaurant scene: Tavernpointe, Madras Mantra, Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, and Mason Tavern

H&F Bread Co. tripling in size, targets national distribution

The bakery currently sells 300 fresh products to local restaurants and food distributors but has its eyes set on about 20 flash-frozen items, enabling broader distribution around the country.

Fresh on the Scene: Revival, Little Trouble, Pea Ridge Kitchen & Bar, and Little Sheep Hot Pot

A look at four newcomers to Atlanta's dining scene: Revival, Little Trouble, Pea Ridge Kitchen & Bar, and Little Sheep Hot Pot, plus an update on Holeman and Finch Public House.

Brian Jones promoted to executive chef at Restaurant Eugene

As Linton Hopkins prepares to open H&F Burger and Hop’s Chicken in Ponce City Market next month, he's also been making some changes at his flagship Restaurant Eugene. Brian Jones, formerly chef de cuisine, is now executive chef.

Watch and learn: 4 free farmers market demos in Atlanta

What you can learn during demos at Grant Park Farmers Market, Piedmont Park Green Market, Morningside Farmers Market, and Peachtree Road Farmers Market.

We asked 4 Atlanta chefs, “What’s the best burger you’ve ever eaten?”

Robert Phalen, Steven Satterfield, Linton Hopkins, and Ford Fry dish on their all-time favorites

Why two patties aren’t always better than one

Kitchens breed two kinds of burgers: There’s the thick single patty—a backyard classic that’s tossed on a grill and singed by fire. And then there’s the thin double patty that sizzles and sears on a flattop, its edges all crisp and crunch.

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