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Root Baking Co. closes for good on Sunday April 3; here’s why
The closure of the popular Atlanta bakery is not due to lack of success in business; instead, owner Chris Wilkins says, it’s a personal choice.
10 breads you need to try in Atlanta
Any way you slice ’em, you need to have them.
Pizza Jeans goes from pop-up to permanent at Ponce City Market
Pizza Jeans—the Friday night pop-up from Root Baking Co. founders Chris Wilkins and Nicole Lewis-Wilkins—is opening its own food stall on the second floor of Ponce City Market on August 7.
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.
Best of Atlanta 2019: Food & Drink
The best of Atlanta's food and drink in 2019, including best new restaurant, new chef, new barbecue, dim sum, soft-serve, and more.
How to bring home the perfect Atlanta Thanksgiving meal
Looking for Thanksgiving turkey, sides, bread, or pie to go in Atlanta? Look no further, but act fast.
Why is it so hard to bake bread with Georgia wheat?
When it comes to loaves, Georgia lacks a local grain economy—the bread corollary to farm-to-table. It’s a logistical and agricultural problem that bakers and farmers hope to correct.
Root Baking Co.
It’s our favorite place to eat at Ponce City Market—morning, noon, or night.
Eat bulgogi-stuffed pierogi and “slutty” tofu at Korean Fusion—a pop-up from an epidemiologist
Chef, cookbook author, and epidemiologist Seung Hee Lee loves to experiment at her Korean Fusion pop-up dinners. “Pop-ups are always unexpected, and I love the adrenaline rush,” she says.
The verdict on 3 newcomers to Atlanta’s dining scene: Banshee, Pho Nam, and Root Baking Company
You have to try the pepperoni butter at East Atlanta Village's Banshee, the pho at Krog Street Market's Pho Nam, and the bread at Ponce City Market's Root Baking Company. Our mini reviews of the newest restaurants in Atlanta.
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