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Concentrics restaurants are never boring. Its founder and owner Bob Amick is a restless innovator who, with Bully Boy, conveniently located steps away from Two Urban Licks, brings creative, fun food to a dramatic yet relaxed location.
Let these Atlanta restaurants open on Thanksgiving Day and offering Thanksgiving to-go meals help you feed your family so all that’s left on your to-do list is to be thankful.
"Where are good coffee shops and cafes in Atlanta where I can set up my laptop and get things done?" Where to reward your good work habits with pastries, sip strong caffeine, and finally finish that assignment.
For many, it’s their biggest meal of the year. Where will you eat on Thanksgiving Day? Check out these top-notch options.
Dining rooms today seem louder than ever, boasting all the acoustics of a shipping container. We turned to local designers for an explanation and determined that the problem is multifaceted, rooted in design trends, dining preferences, and economic conditions.
No more Dutch pancakes, but expect tomato sandwiches and Cubans at Parish Brasserie and Neighborhood Cafe
Formerly of Charleston’s Butcher & Bee, chef Stuart Tracy took over the reigns at the Brasserie and Neighborhood Cafe at Parish in April, but he’s just now finalizing his plans for the (constantly) changing restaurant.
Looks like more changes are in the works for Parish. Zeb Stevenson, the chef who launched a new menu and even changed the name of Parish to The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café at Parish, is leaving the Concentrics restaurant group and Inman Park on January 11.
UPDATE: Arianne Fielder to open Bellwoods Social House’s ‘neighborhood craft’ cocktail bar on the Westside
The ever-mobile Arianne Fielder is opening a craft cocktail bar on the Westside in July, Fielder announced on her Facebook this morning.
In mid November, chef Zeb Stevenson let it slip that he was taking over as executive chef at Inman Park's Parish, a title formerly held by Edward Russell. Around the same time, word got out that mixologist Arianne Fielder was leaving Article 14 after only a few months behind the bar. Coincidence? It appears not. Fielder, who worked previously as beverage manager at Drew Van Leuvan’s Seven Lamps, confirmed that she has taken over the newly created head mixologist position at Parish, leaving former Seven Lamps lead bartender Leo de Rivera to make drinks at Article 14.
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