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Seeking reliable revenue streams, Atlanta restaurants began packaging and selling treats, drinks, and sundry grocery items—a delicious innovation that looks like it’s here to stay.
The rise in restaurant takeout has led to a tasty new trend: fancy takeaway snacks made in restaurant kitchens. Here are the sweetest local options—some savory, spicy, and boozy ones, too.
With more restaurants intent on offering food that travels well, the options for picnic fare are arguably better than ever.
The loss of a signature dish is just one example of how chefs have had to rethink their menus during the pandemic.
This is a year when too many beloved spots had to shut down for reasons that transcend the standard ones (and for reasons that, at this time last year, would have been unimaginable), and I fear many more will follow.
The places on this list spent extra time on their reopening plans, with some only recently resuming business under a takeout-only model and others introducing both takeout and socially distanced in-person dining.
Over the weekend, two more state senators were diagnosed with COVID-19, Invest Atlanta launched a new loan fund, and Magic City prepares to go virtual. Here’s your Monday morning update:
A bad soundtrack can ruin an otherwise perfect night out at a restaurant. Here are some of the Atlanta restaurants who are creating perfect playlists, including Gaja in East Atlanta Village.
Oliver Farm's okra-seed oil is used by chefs such as Steven Satterfield of Miller Union, Ryan Smith of Staplehouse, and Maricela Vega of 8Arm. “It blows my mind,” says Smith.