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Jay Swift joins Decatur’s Iberian Pig as executive chef

Best known for fine dining spot 4th & Swift (which closed in 2016) and seafood spot Noble Fin, restaurateur Jay Swift has accepted a new post as executive chef at the Iberian Pig in Decatur.

29. Noble Fin

Its dining room may look nondescript, but Noble Fin is one of our most assured, satisfying seafood restaurants.

Jeb Aldrich will be the Hotel Clermont’s executive chef

Jeb Aldrich, formerly of Noble Fin, will be the executive chef of the hotel’s yet-to-be-named restaurant as well as its rooftop bar.
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Why some Atlanta restaurants are ditching OpenTable

While OpenTable may have created the online restaurant reservations market in July 1998, some Atlanta restaurant operators are pulling away, seeking the advantages of newer companies that have tweaked the model.

Where to Eat on Christmas Eve and Christmas in Atlanta

If you love to eat but don’t like to step foot in the kitchen, these 25 restaurants are for you. Grab your Santa hat and get ready to feast.
Noble Fin

Review: Noble Fin offers sophistication without pretension

Noble Fin, a new seafood restaurant in Peachtree Corners, looks bland and anonymous. But looks, you might have heard, can be deceiving. Noble Fin turns out to be the city’s most assured and satisfying fish house since Ford Fry’s the Optimist.
How to saute duck breast

Cooking duck breast is tricky. Noble Fin’s Jeb Aldrich shares how to get it perfect every time.

No one wants to mess up a pricey cut of meat, but duck breast can be tricky: dry when overcooked and gummy when undercooked. But when done just right—medium with perfectly rendered fat and crispy skin—it’s beautiful.

Jay Swift’s snack food guilty pleasure? The PB & J (with a twist)

Noble Fin's Jay Swift discusses wine, skipping culinary school, and where he learned to make crab cakes.

Fresh on the Scene: Noble Fin, Communion, Storico Fresco, and Hampton + Hudson

Get an early look at four new Atlanta restaurants, including Noble Fin, Storico Fresco, Hampton + Hudson, and Communion.

The most anticipated Atlanta restaurant openings for 2016

Can Atlanta one-up the landmark openings in 2015 that included Krog Street Market, Ponce City Market, and Staplehouse? Unlikely, based on what's been announced, though there will be plenty that's new to eat and drink in the coming months.

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