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My life in takeout

Ordering food is a way to relive old restaurant memories—and to, somehow, strangely form new ones.
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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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Sotto Sotto

Riccardo Ullio’s Inman Park stalwart turns 20 this year, and there’s a reason why Sotto Sotto is about to reach that rare milestone: It’s our most consistent and satisfying Italian spot.

Technique: Sotto Sotto’s Riccardo Ullio on making risotto

“People make more of a big deal about cooking risotto than it actually is,” says Sotto Sotto’s Riccardo Ullio, who’s eaten this luxuriously creamy staple of northern Italy his whole life.

How to eat healthy at 6 of Atlanta’s most popular international restaurants

Trying foods from different cultures may actually help combat diet fatigue by introducing you to a wider variety of healthy options. Read on for ideas on what to order—and skip—at some of the city’s most popular international restaurants.

New details on Riccardo Ullio’s Novo in Dunwoody

Chef and restaurateur Riccardo Ullio, best known for Inman Park spots Fritti and Sotto Sotto, is set to open Novo this spring/summer in Dunwoody. Ullio’s most recent projects include the now-shuttered Beleza (Brazilian) and Cuerno (Spanish), as well as Midtown’s Escorpion (Mexican). With Novo, he hopes to return to his Italian roots.

High on the Vine: Sotto Sotto’s Eric Zollicoffer simplifies Italian wines

As a way to summarize the often-confusing grapes and styles of wine in Italy, Eric Zollicoffer of Sotto Sotto breaks the major ones down to ABCs.

Sotto Sotto

Italian-only wine lists are on the rise throughout the city (the affordable options at Buckhead’s just-opened STG Trattoria stand out), but none yet compete with the 200-bottle compendium at Riccardo Ullio’s fourteen-year-old jewel.

Sotto Sotto catches fire

Sotto Sotto owner Riccardo Ullio had a frightening Facebook status update to share with diners Wednesday night: "Nothing like coming to work and seeing that Sotto Sotto almost burned down." Alas, Ullio is one of the few chefs in Atlanta not prone to exaggeration. The status update came complete with a photo of the popular restaurant's still-smoking roof.

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