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Atlanta mourns the Ponce Krispy Kreme destroyed in fire

Atlantans heartbroken after fire destroys the Ponce Krispy Kreme

The Krispy Kreme on Ponce de Leon in Atlanta caught fire after midnight Wednesday, and Atlanta is mourning.
Wylie Hotel

Wylie Hotel, set to open on Ponce in 2021, aims to be “Hotel Clermont’s more sophisticated older sister”

The property at 551 Ponce de Leon Avenue has been a lot of things since it was first built in 1929. In early 2021, it will be reborn again, this time as as Wylie Hotel.
Ode to the Local Atlanta

The Local is 4ever

Sometimes, you don’t want small batch or artisan. You just want good service and affordable drinks and tater tots.
Southern Belle Atlanta

Review: Southern Belle, from a former Gunshow chef, offers a modern take on the South

Southern Belle, more serious than a bar but less formal than a typical restaurant, is a fun, cocktail-forward hangout with smart but playful small plates.
Smoking Ban Atlanta bars

Yes, Atlanta needed to ban smoking in bars. But . . .

There are two certainties in a bar that allows smoking: 1) The drinks are cheap, and 2) The bar has history. Those are two precious commodities these days, especially in a city that, like many cities, is morphing into one giant luxury apartment building with a generic name.
Midtown Atlanta traffic

You know when you’re an Atlantan when . . .

We posed this question to our readers. Here's what they told us.

Where to eat late at night in Atlanta? Ask a bartender

We followed Bon Ton’s bar manager for a few hours of gluttonous consumption—from customized cocktails to a mega-quesadilla—at his favorite post-shift haunts.
75 Best Restaurants in Atlanta: 8Arm

22. 8Arm

8Arm’s bar is fashioned out of a pink-neon-lit shipping container that opens onto a covered patio adorned with a disco ball. The architecture might be DIY and the vibe chill AF, but the beverage program is serious.

For the Love of Ponce

Perhaps more than any stretch of pavement in the city, the expanse of Ponce de Leon Avenue between Mary Mac’s Tea Room and the Majestic Diner possesses the historic charm, the culinary creativity, and the total weirdness that makes Atlanta, well, Atlanta. Our ode to Ponce.
Eats on Ponce De Leon Avenue

An ode to Eats

The Atlanta I love has space for both $6 lattes and $7 dinner platters. Without places like Eats, though, I don't know that I would recognize—or afford—this city. How long will this institution still be here?

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