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Miller Union Atlanta 10th Anniversary

10 years of Miller Union: How the restaurant challenged the way we think about Southern food

Miller Union chef Steven Satterfield and general manager Neal McCarthy have helped reimagine what it means to be a "Southern restaurant" since opening the doors to their Westside restaurant in 2009. Now, they're celebrating with a party at Westside Warehouse.
Fall recipes

Throw a sophisticated, Southern fall supper with recipes from chef Scott Peacock and mixologist Navarro Carr

My dear friend Liz Lapidus, whose public relations firm represents some of the city’s top restaurants and creatives, has a knack for inviting all the right people to just the right venue. The dinner she hosted one fall evening in the leafy courtyard of Susan Bridges’s Inman Park gallery, Whitespace, was no different. There, her intimate group of eight gathered to celebrate Birmingham-based artist Amy Pleasant’s show Writing Pictures.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Mac and Cheese: Watershed

Thanks be to new Watershed chef Zeb Stevenson, who has kept one of his predecessor’s greatest triumphs on the menu.

The Christiane Chronicles: Atlanta’s best cakes, and what’s so Southern about fried food?

I have nothing against pies, but when it comes to the ancient debate pitching pie lovers against cake fanatics, I align myself firmly with the second group.

Zeb Stevenson to leave Parish, heads to Watershed on Peachtree

Looks like more changes are in the works for Parish. Zeb Stevenson, the chef who launched a new menu and even changed the name of Parish to The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café at Parish, is leaving the Concentrics restaurant group and Inman Park on January 11.

Look Homeward, Atlanta

I grew up not far from Maryland’s Eastern Shore, where the South begins, feasting on crabs and oysters from the Chesapeake Bay estuaries. My father is a politician, and each summer my family traveled to a different state for the annual Southern Legislative Conference. I inhaled New Orleans beignets in a swirl of powdered sugar. I learned that North Carolinians eat tangy pork barbecue and that Texans prefer beef brisket. In 1995 I moved to Atlanta, excited to taste the city’s singular brand of Southern cooking.

Scott Peacock, Andre 3000 among those touting the South in Feb. Bon Appetit

Bon Appetit magazine's February 2012 The New South issue is creating quite the dust up on its cover. And it's not just from the all-purpose flour and corn starch recommended to prepare the edition's "Best Fried Chicken Ever!" recipe. In support of its issue dedicated to all things Dixie, the magazine's cover line reads: "Savor The South: 41 Soulful Recipes From America's New Food Capital." Take that, Tom Colicchio.

Watershed

Note: This location is now closed and has reopened in Buckhead as Watershed on Peachtree.

If we were to play a restaurant version of word association, what would come to mind if someone shouted "Decatur"? My instant response is "Watershed." It has stood solid for twelve years, becoming an anchor of the community as condo buildings materialized along West Ponce de Leon Avenue and Decatur’s dining scene found its burger-and-craft-beer-loving soul.

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