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Home for Dinner: Atlanta artist Joseph Guay and Terminus ballet co-founder Tara Lee
Since painter Joseph Guay and his girlfriend, Tara Lee, met almost four years ago, they’ve fine-tuned their meal plan. Lee dances late hours as co-founder of the new modern ballet company Terminus, so she’s on breakfast duty. Guay handles dinner.
Vine & Tap debuts lunch-only lobster shack June 21st
Mendelsohn has always shown an affinity to New England specialties and his dinner-only, Maryland-style crab cake is one of the city’s best.
Hugh Acheson’s new cookbook The Broad Fork is vegetable-driven
Empire State South’s Hugh Acheson has entered the garden game with The Broad Fork, a vegetable-driven cookbook that, like Steven Satterfield’s Root to Leaf, is organized by season.
Atlanta Lobster Festival makes its debut at Candler Park Sunday, Nov. 2
This Sunday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Candler Park, lobster risotto, lobster bahn mi, lobster and bacon mac ‘n cheese, lobster and corn chowder—it's all coming to the inaugural Atlanta Lobster Festival.
Don’t ask me why I’m in Maine right now. Suffice it to say that I take almost any writer-related opportunity that promises a paid-for hotel room these days.
Rediscovery: The Lobster Bar
Ordering lobster in a restaurant can be a harrowing experience. What if you miscalculate and get stuck with a specimen that will drain your savings? What if you make a fool of yourself trying to crack the hard shell?