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Best comfort food Atlanta

Our 13 favorite feel-good dishes in Atlanta

Tuck into the city's best comfort food with these 13 favorite dishes, including Spice to Table's Kerala Fried Chicken, Southern Sweets Bakery's Caramel Cake, and more.

Hop to these 9 Atlanta restaurants for Easter brunch

Wondering where to make reservations? Check out these nine spots, from fancy to kid-friendly.
Tavern Pointe

Fresh on the Scene: Tavernpointe, Madras Mantra, Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, Mason Tavern

A first look at four newcomers to Atlanta's restaurant scene: Tavernpointe, Madras Mantra, Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, and Mason Tavern

Seven Lamps’ Drew van Leuvan and Grain’s Billy Streck team up for Tavernpointe

The former LPC and La Pietra Cucina space straddling Buckhead and Midtown has turned over yet again. Drew van Leuvan, executive chef and owner of Seven Lamps, and Billy Streck—co-owner of Grain, Cypress Street Pint & Plate, and the upcoming Hampton & Hudson—have taken the reigns to create a neighborhood tavern called Tavernpointe. Restaurateurs Jeff Newsham, Rob Caswick, and Dave Pazienza are also partners in the endeavor.

3 Atlanta off-the-menu items you must try

Try these scrumptious secret meals from Seven Lamps, the Optimist, and Houston's.

On the town: 3 Buckhead nightlife itineraries

No longer forced to ply the kids with chicken fingers, it’s time for sushi. At Umi (3050 Peachtree Road), find traditional rolls along with outside-the-bento-box experimenting with yellowtail and jalapeño. Camp out in the bar to spot visiting movie stars—like Jennifer Lawrence and Jim Carrey—staying at the St. Regis next door.

UPDATE: Arianne Fielder to open Bellwoods Social House’s ‘neighborhood craft’ cocktail bar on the Westside

The ever-mobile Arianne Fielder is opening a craft cocktail bar on the Westside in July, Fielder announced on her Facebook this morning.

Comeback Carb: Pasta finally wins over Atlanta chefs

It’s been a long road to glory for pasta in Atlanta. Without the large Italian population that blessed other American cities, we never had a community to teach us how to revere fragrant bowls of noodles.

Arianne Fielder joins Zeb Stevenson at Parish

In mid November, chef Zeb Stevenson let it slip that he was taking over as executive chef at Inman Park's Parish, a title formerly held by Edward Russell. Around the same time, word got out that mixologist Arianne Fielder was leaving Article 14 after only a few months behind the bar. Coincidence? It appears not. Fielder, who worked previously as beverage manager at Drew Van Leuvan’s Seven Lamps, confirmed that she has taken over the newly created head mixologist position at Parish, leaving former Seven Lamps lead bartender Leo de Rivera to make drinks at Article 14.

Arianne Fielder leaves Seven Lamps, starts at Article 14 next week

Arianne Fielder, head “mixtress” and beverage manager at Seven Lamps has left the Buckhead establishment, Eater Atlanta reports. She will take over as head mixologist and beverage manager at Midtown’s Article 14 next week. This change comes at a notable time, as Article 14’s sister restaurant, Olmsted, recently decided to become a private events space, leaving its “power lunches” to Article 14, which also serves dinner.

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