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Best of Atlanta 2018: Food & Drink

The best of Atlanta's food and drink in 2018, including best new restaurant, new chef, zero-proof cocktail, healthy food, date restaurant, and more.
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An ode to Atlanta’s strip-mall restaurants

In this age of fancified food halls and cheffy fast-casual concepts, the ignoble strip mall has new competition—which makes now a good time to remind ourselves that some of Atlanta's most enduring and endearing restaurants call the strip mall home.
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This year’s James Beard semifinalists look a little different—and Atlanta gets multiple nods

The James Beard Foundation's 2018 Restaurant and Chef Award semifinalists include seven Atlanta-based chefs and three elsewhere in Georgia received nominations. If you look closer at the list, you'll notice a trend: Seven of these ten chefs are people of color.
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11. Sushi Hayakawa

Atsushi “Art” Hayakawa is not out to dazzle you with decor. This restaurant is a temple to fish, and the chef is nothing if not a purist.
Best metro Atlanta restaurants with free parking

The best metro Atlanta restaurants with free parking

Parking in Atlanta can be a nightmare, especially when all you want is a bite to eat. So we've rounded up where you can park for free. No, not complementary valet and no, not in the occasional open space found on a side street after rounding the block three times. These are free lots next to the restaurant itself.

The 10 best dishes I ate in Atlanta in 2016

Restaurant critic Jennifer Zyman looks back at her favorite dishes of 2016, including brisket from B's Cracklin', Carolina gold rice and vegetables at Spring, and more.
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Makeover: Sushi Hayakawa

Thank you, Atsushi “Art” Hayakawa, for reminding us that a sushi restaurant can be serene.
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Review: At Sushi Hayakawa, a masterful chef says sayonara to California rolls

Sushi Hayakawa is not out to entertain you. It has no rough or rowdy edges like most other sushi restaurants. Like the tea-green walls and framed pieces of black-and-white calligraphy, the feel is monochromatic. The spotlight is on the fish.

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