Home Tags Paschal’s
Eby Marshall Slack, an original staffer at Atlanta’s iconic Paschal’s restaurant, on building community
"Two brothers brought the community closer. They taught me as a young man to respect other people. They told me to get all of the education you can, and don’t ever look back. Keep going forward, work, and be dedicated to something in life."
Eat lunch where civil rights movement leaders once held meetings
“During the civil rights movement, we’d start our day at Busy Bee or Paschal’s,” says Andrew Young, referencing his days at the SCLC with Martin Luther King Jr. in the 1960s. “But you didn’t go to those places so much to eat as you did to meet. That’s where you found out what was going on.”
Home for Dinner: Andrew Young, former U.N. ambassador and civil rights leader
“Normally, it’s pizza,” Andrew Young jokes. That’s not exactly true. Pizza boxes might sometimes grace the table at regular family get-togethers, hosted by his son, Andrew “Bo” Young III, in his six-bedroom home in Buckhead. Most of the time, though, it’s platters of home-cooked meat and vegetables made by Bo’s wife, Angelica.
Five reasons to love Castleberry Hill
When Mercedes-Benz Stadium opens next year, it will draw more eyes to this historic warehouse district just southwest of downtown.
Atlanta Food Walks traces history and direction of Southern cuisine
Food tours typically draw in tourists, but Road Forks travel blog author Akila McConnell recently launched a service targeted at locals. Atlanta Food Walks offers a three-and-a-half hour Downtown Southern Food Walk that stops at seven restaurants, taking attendees through the history of Southern cuisine.