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Community Farmers Markets—a nonprofit network that likely includes at least one of your favorite Atlanta farmers markets—is hosting its inaugural Red Clay Soirée fundraising gala on Friday, November 10. The event will feature chefs from Kimball House, 8 Arm, the General Muir, Rising Sun, El Super Pan, and other favorite Atlanta restaurants.
If it weren’t for the Spotted Trotter, Ian Nathanson might never have started selling the hot dogs that have become such sought-after late-night eats in East Atlanta Village.
Two and a half years after it first opened, Alpharetta's Avalon development will double in size with the grand opening of its next phase, Boulevard East, on April 13.
New to We Suki Suki's Global Grub Collective in East Atlanta Village, the Marauder's dogs are "hyper local Southern ingredients all under the guise of a midnight snack," according to owner Ian Nathanson.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a wine shop narrower than this 16-foot-wide offshoot of Wahoo! Grill. Designed with the casual drinker in mind, the affordable selection is split evenly between New World fruit bombs and Old World classics.
This Friday Kevin Ouzts of the Spotted Trotter will open his first restaurant, the Cockentrice, in Krog Street Market. Friends and family got a preview earlier this week. Cheesemonger Scott Stroud will prepare composed cheese plates, Tyler Austin (the Sound Table) will showcase small batch beer, wine, and spirit producers at the bar, and pastry chef Nicole Banks-Bonilla (Grand Hyatt Buckhead) will offer a trio of desserts. Ouzts’s sister, Stephanie Nagel (Maritime Hotel in New York), is moving to Atlanta to manage the restaurant.
At a media preview Tuesday afternoon, Kevin Ouzts of Spotted Trotter announced that his first restaurant, The Cockentrice, will open in the KSM market.
Kevin Ouzts’ new charcuterie shop, the Spotted Trotter, hasn’t even opened, and he’s already wondering how he’ll meet demand.A couple of weeks ago Taco Mac’s corporate chef, Peter Golaszewski, ordered 1,000 pounds of hot dogs for a limited-time, local-themed special menu. On the menu’s first day, a Monday, Taco Mac sold 340 hot dogs. Golaszewski doubled his order for the following week.