Home Tags Livingston
With the abundance of holiday bar pop-ups in Atlanta this year, it's pretty easy to find a place to drink this holiday season. But if you're looking for a hearty meal, check out these metro Atlanta restaurants that are open and offering specials on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Looking for spots to dine out on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Atlanta? Look no further.
No time to cook? Here are several restaurants open on Thanksgiving Day in Atlanta, and several where you can order turkey and sides to-go before the big meal.
Wondering where to make reservations? Check out these nine spots, from fancy to kid-friendly.
Don’t want to cook? Here are 23 restaurants open on Christmas Eve and/or Christmas this year. From quick and casual to prix fixe and reservations-only, here’s where to eat as you celebrate the holidays.
Zeb Stevenson, executive chef at the Georgian Terrace Hotel, Livingston Restaurant Bar, and Proof and Provision, will be leaving his job at the end of July. After four years at Livingston, he says he’s doesn’t “have anything left to accomplish.” He goes into detail below, divulging some clues into his plans for what’s next.
What began as a conversation on Twitter months ago became an eight course "Blood Dinner" at Livingston last night. Chef Zeb Stevenson brought in the formidable talents of Tyler Williams, Ryan Smith, and Josh Hopkins for a collaborative meal of blood-centric dishes. The menu ranged from classical dishes like pressed squab to futuristic inventions like the "Bloody Pebbles," which were something like the Dippin' Dots of blood. The chefs seemed to be genuinely excited by the challenge and their enthusiasm showed on the plates. Take a look below.
A few months ago, I mentioned a Twitter conversation that began with chef Zeb Stevenson posing a quick question: "Was told that ATL is not ready for blood sausages etc. on menus. Care to weigh in?" That evolved into a larger conversation about innovation and boundaries in Atlanta's dining scene and a few chefs salivating about an imaginary all-blood dinner.
When visitors ask a local for restaurant recommendations, they should receive more than strictly gastronomic guidance. They need a sense of place with their meal. In Atlanta, where dining often transpires in flashy but meaningless surroundings, I’m glad I can send people to the Georgian Terrace, across the street from the Fox Theatre. The ten-story hotel, completed in 1911 in an elegant Beaux Arts style, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A renovation completed in 2009 culminated in the opening of the ground-floor restaurant named after Livingston Mims, a Confederate veteran and Democrat who resided on the northeast corner of Peachtree Street and Ponce de Leon Avenue—where the hotel now sits—when he was elected mayor of Atlanta in 1900.
12Page 1 of 2