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Atlanta restaurants became a source of community during the pandemic

During the pandemic, Atlanta restaurants weren’t a treat—they were a lifeline

The pandemic throttled local restaurants. At the same time, it revealed how much we rely on them, for reasons far beyond sit-down dining.
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Naming restaurants can be a bear—but these Atlanta restaurateurs found inspiration in animals

From heraldry to symbolism, many eating establishments have hung out shingles that refer to familiar animals. In times and places when most people were illiterate, anyone could recognize a pub that was named the Fox and Hound, for instance, and illustrated accordingly.
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The pandemic reminds me of a time when Atlanta was a very different food city

In this hiatus, I’ve had ample time to return to memories of the restaurant scene of Atlanta’s past.
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Atlanta’s 50 Best Restaurants: Takeout Edition

With most restaurant dining rooms still shuttered due to the pandemic, we’ve compiled a list below of all the restaurants from last year’s 75 Best Restaurants issue that are offering takeout, curbside, or delivery.

Is it Google-able? Memorable? Easy to pronounce? How to name a restaurant.

Like naming a baby, picking the right name for a restaurant can trigger high-level anxiety. Will the name be easy to pronounce and remember? Will it stand out from the others? How Google-able is it?
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10 Best Late-Night Restaurants in Atlanta

These aren't midnight snacks. These are midnight meals. The 10 best places to eat—in descending order of lateness.

Are canned cocktails worth it? An Atlanta bartender tries local brands.

We enlisted Kendall Dreyer, lead bartender at Poor Hendrix, to taste-test a few of Tip Top Proper Cocktails and Post Meridiem Spirit Company's canned cocktails and speculate on their place in cocktail culture.
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Chef Aaron Russell composes marvelous salads and elevates peanut butter mousse with olive oil, salt, and peanut meringue—but he isn’t above serving wings and Rice Krispies treats.
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Neighborhood gem: Poor Hendrix

Restaurant Eugene alum Aaron Russell operates with a strict set of rules at this low-key spot in East Lake.
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Review: At Poor Hendrix, pastry chef Aaron Russell goes savory, with success

Poor Hendrix, which Aaron and Jamie Russell opened in East Lake’s Hosea and 2nd development last November, feels like two small restaurants packed close together.

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