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With an arts and crafts exterior and Victorian details inside, this old Atlanta house—built around 1905—wooed Jennifer Kjellgren and Jonathan Freeman right from the start.
“It’s an elevated pub—the nighttime version of a unique coffeehouse,” says owner Jim Sullivan of the new Midtown bar opening in the former Cosmopolitan space.
The rustic texture and toasty corn flavor of stone-ground grits bear little resemblance to the bland porridge of Jason Starnes’s youth. At South City Kitchen, he uses a 50/50 blend of earthy, yellow grits from Mills Farm in Athens and sweeter-tasting white grits from Riverview Farms in Ranger.
Although the dish looks relatively straightforward when it arrives, the flavors are anything but. The firm burrata is placed upon a thick schmear of pistachio butter, draped with a tart plum and peach mostarda, and finished with bright green droplets of sorrel oil and sorrel, bull's blood, and arugula microgreens from Ashland Farms.
The Atlanta Botanical Garden recently opened phase one of its new and improved Children's Garden, the first overhaul since the it originally opened in 1999. Here's what you'll see when you visit.
Peachtree meets 14th Street has the potential, in the eyes of developers, to become the “Main and Main” intersection Atlanta lacks. These builders and their lending partners hope to capitalize on a construction boom to transform this former geographical afterthought into a combination of epicenter and living room—a beating heart where culture and commerce converge.
The homes near Buckhead’s stop sold for 11 times more per square foot than those close to Hamilton E. Holmes, the westernmost stop at the end of blue line.
With 10,000 more locations than their closest competitor, Starbucks dominates the morning coffee market. Now, the Seattle-based chain wants to tempt late-night customers with another sort of beverage: alcohol.