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An Italian pasticceria and bakery is coming to the Forum Peachtree Corners
Named after the owners’ grandmother, Giulia will serve house-made bread, croissants, sandwiches, focaccia, and crostatina (small cakes), as well as Illy coffee drinks. Located in the Forum, Giulia is targeting a summer opening.
Howdy ATL Biscuit Café to replace Grant Park Coffeehouse
Boyd Baker, who most recently worked at Waller’s Coffee Shop in Decatur, says he hopes to open Howdy ATL Biscuit Café in April, dependent on permitting.
The sweet side of town: Our guide to Atlanta’s best pastries (and breads!)
We celebrate the city’s finest, from bejeweled macarons to no-frills doughnuts, flatbreads to cornbreads, gooey Filipino blondies to fancy Rice Krispie treats, Korean cream breads to French fruit tarts—and everything in between.
The essential elements of Atlanta pastry
Creamy, flaky, fancy, red, green, vegan, Brazilian—whatever kind of treat you’re looking for, here’s where to find it.
Think small: Some of the best desserts in Atlanta are being made by independent bakers
Working out of shared kitchens, rental facilities, and sometimes their own homes, these pastry artists are bringing an invigorating array of flavors—and colors!—to the city’s palate
Pleasant Hill Road is metro Atlanta’s sweetest strip
Bejeweled macarons, mountainous bingsu, Japanese honey toast, fish-shaped bread, cat-shaped cake—and great coffee: Gwinnett County’s Pleasant Hill Road has got it all.
Pastry chef Claudia Martinez is at the top of her game
Now in the kitchen at Miller Union, Martinez combines the flavors of her Venezuelan and Southern roots with an artist’s visual flair.
A doughnut maker gets ready to hang up his apron
A 67-year-old Vietnamese refugee, Dandy has been making doughnuts by hand, in the middle of the night, for more than 30 years.
Claudia Martinez embraces Southern ingredients on Miller Union’s new dessert menu
After leaving Tiny Lou's in December, Claudia Martinez is swapping French flair for Southern flavors at Miller Union—and she plans to continue her Café Claudia pop-ups.
Ashley Sue’s Baked Goods serves up “nostalgic junk food”
Amid the Latin candies that clutter the checkout counter at Old Fourth Ward’s LottaFrutta lie a few pristine wrapped handmade pastries: perfectly formed Pop-Tarts and mini chocolate chip cookie "chipwiches." The treats are the handiwork of Ashley Sue Holtzclaw.
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