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8Arm is gone for good, closing 6 weeks earlier than expected
The much-loved Poncey-Highland restaurant from Nhan Le and Skip Engelbrecht quietly closed on August 28. The pair are now focusing on a new location for Fishmonger and upcoming comfort food spot, Small Fry.
7 of Atlanta’s most eye-catching—and most delicious—vegetable dishes
From tomatoey hand-pulled Chinese noodles to fancy beet “poke” at the Four Seasons. Plus, of course: hot dogs.
60 Voices: Eddie Hernandez and Maricela Vega on the state of restaurants
Maricela Vega of Chicomecóatl and Taqueria del Sol founder Eddie Hernandez discuss how Covid-19 impacted Atlanta's restaurant scene and where we will go from here.
Maricela Vega is leaving 8Arm, but she has big plans for the future
Chef Maricela Vega will leave 8Arm in mid-April, but she's not leaving the food world behind. She'll focus on selling tamales, tortillas, hot sauces, and other goods through Chicomecóatl and revitalizing her farm in Mexico.
Best of Atlanta 2020: Food & Drink
The best of Atlanta's food and drink in 2020, including best new restaurant, new chef, burger, diner, new barbecue, and more.
Georgia’s farmers have plenty of crops. The problem is who can buy them—and how.
With COVID-19, Georgia farmers—and the organizations designed to support them—have had to rethink nearly every aspect of what they do with their bounty.
Best of Atlanta 2019: Food & Drink
The best of Atlanta's food and drink in 2019, including best new restaurant, new chef, new barbecue, dim sum, soft-serve, and more.
Dope Girls’ cofounder shows us her perfect New Year’s Eve party
Sevananda for party favors, Kookie House for custom-made cookies, and wine from Hop City—Beca Grimm, a Dope Girls zine cofounder, shops local to ring in 2020 with a Babysitter’s Club–themed bash at home.
8Arm’s Maricela Vega is hosting a dinner to help restore the culture of the tortilla
8Arm chef Maricela Vega will be preparing a dinner on September 16 that weds the techniques and ingredients of ancient and modern Mexico. Her goal is to raise funds for a masa-making machine and, eventually, a brick-and-mortar shop that sells fresh, heirloom masa and tortillas.
Review: 8Arm is wildly different and as good as ever under new chef Maricela Vega
The Ponce de Leon Avenue den of cool never stopped being revolutionary. 8Arm's new chef, Maricela Vega, has made it even more deliciously subversive.
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