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Taka celebrates National Sushi Day with a one-night sushi sale

Chef Taka Moriuchi is giving diners 30% off their bill tonight at his new Sandy Springs restaurant.

Where to find trendy poke bowls in Atlanta

The healthy Hawaiian fish dish is a bona fide trend, and restaurants serving poke bowls are popping up all over Atlanta. Here's where you can try it.

Rize Artisan Pizza to open in Poncey-Highland in November

Rize is focused on a mission of “bringing people together around the joy of food,” and CEO John Smith (formerly of Caesars Entertainment) is so certain it'll be a hit, he's already planned three metro Atlanta locations.

9 fall home and garden events in Atlanta

Tour stunning homes or browse for the perfect gifts at these 9 fun fall events.

You need this Café Vendôme baguette in your life

Owner Hamid Rouchdi, who previously lived in Morocco and France, missed traditional French pastries and cafe culture. So he decided to fill the void himself.
Tupelo Honey Cafe Atlanta

Fresh on the Scene: Tupelo Honey Cafe, Jinya Ramen Bar, Spring, Richards’ Southern Fried

Get an early look at four new Atlanta restaurants—Tupelo Honey Cafe, Jinya Ramen Bar, Spring, and Richards' Southern Fried.
Sandy Springs Tennis Center

A drone’s-eye view of the Sandy Springs Tennis Center

On a pristine spring afternoon, a half dozen teenagers practice their groundstrokes at the Sandy Springs Tennis Center. Home to two dozen outdoor courts, it’s the largest public complex of its kind in metro Atlanta.

14 spots to see fireworks in Atlanta this July 4th

From the downtown square of Duluth to the water rides at Hurricane Harbor, fireworks are going off all over metro Atlanta this Independence Day.

24 Atlanta festivals to enjoy this June

Ring in the first month of the summer with burger competitions, live comedy, a cemetery concert, food trucks, and even a hypnosis show.
SculpSure WIFH Sandy Springs

Test Drive: Will SculpSure banish belly fat? We tried it.

After having children, a lot of women end up with a layer of fat in the lower belly that they call a “pouch” or a “pooch.” For me, as a mom of two who's also a fitness instructor, it's more like a small coin purse or a Chihuahua puppy. And no amount of crunches, yoga, or planking seems to get rid of it.

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