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With more restaurants intent on offering food that travels well, the options for picnic fare are arguably better than ever.
Home for holidays? Here are plenty of Atlanta restaurants offering takeout for Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year’s
Looking for Atlanta takeout options for Hanukkah, Christmas Eve and Day, and New Year's Eve and Day? Here's a list of restaurants offering meals and deals, from steak to sushi to roast chicken to specialty cocktails.
For most of us, Thanksgiving will look different this year, but you can still enjoy a great meal. Here's where to get takeout turkey, hams, sides, pies, and more.
Mother's Day brunch is meant to be relaxing, but that can be difficult when you have small kids. So here are 12 of our favorite spots with kid-friendly menus, activities, and most importantly, great food.
“We loved building the Decatur community. It’s bittersweet leaving,” owner Jenny Levison says. “It’s the right decision, and all of our staff has been relocated to our other stores, so no one is losing their job.”
Souper Jenny owner Jenny Levison will hang up her soup ladle—temporarily—to take on the art of pasta-making in the one-woman play, I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti, opening October 25 at the Georgia Ensemble Theatre. During the show, she makes an entire meal live on stage.
The new 1,500-square-foot Brash space at the Atlanta History Center will feature a Modbar, allowing baristas to profile espresso. In other words, the Brash baristas will be able to match the coffee preparation to fit the exact humidity and temperature in the air.
Everything old is new again at this renovated Buckhead stalwart, which now features a StoryCorps studio, a Souper Jenny outpost, and an expanded bookstore and gift shop. Bonus: The museum no longer prohibits event guests from sipping cocktails while visiting the exhibits.
A lot of exciting changes are happening at this Buckhead museum. A 2016 renovation gave the main building a beautiful new facade, and it inherited the Cycolorama—an early 20th-centry painting that depicts the Battle of Atlanta—and the Texas—a train best known for being involved in the 1862 Great Locomotive Chase of the Civil War—from their former home in Grant Park.