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Where in metro Atlanta to buy your tastiest Thanksgiving turkey yet

Whether you're an avid cook or an amateur chef, Thanksgiving dinner can be an overwhelming task. Lighten your load by outsourcing the turkey to one of these top restaurants. Intend to cook the turkey on your own? Skip the search and order the bird fresh—we've done the research for you.
Two Fish Myanmar

A Clarkston couple creates a home for Burmese cooking

Open two days a week in a residential neighborhood just inside the Perimeter, Two Fish Myanmar serves the intriguing, highly pleasurable cuisine of the country and offers nostalgic comfort to Clarkston’s many Burmese residents.
walk-up windows Atlanta

Let’s keep the restaurant walk-up window, please

One pandemic adaptation I’m hoping will prove permanent is the walk-up window, an adjustment made by many metro Atlanta restaurants and cafes.
styrofoam takeout

St*rofoam secrets of the pandemic

Hate to say it, but when it comes to properly insulated takeout meals, styrofoam does the job best.

I ate 5 Evergreen Butcher + Baker Sunday cheeseburgers so you don’t have to

In the name of journalism, I attempted to eat five Evergreen Sunday cheeseburgers. I tweeted about each experience. This is a look back at those burgers and tweets.
16 Atlanta pizzas you must order for takeout

16 Atlanta pizzas you must order for takeout

All these pies are winners—but only one is the ultimate takeout food of all .

Same meal, different price: How to navigate food-delivery apps—and do right by the driver and restaurant

I calculated the cost of my favorite Chai Pani meal from three delivery apps, as well as for good old-fashioned pickup. Note the latter is the preference of pretty much every restaurant; check out the New York Times editorial from late last year: “Apps Are Helping to Gut the Restaurant Industry.”

Noodles or dumplings? Here’s where to get both takeout favorites in Atlanta

If you’re torn between hangover ramen and steamed shrimp hakao, you might as well pick up both!

Move over, food trucks: Why Atlanta chefs are turning to “ghost kitchens”

For years, Matt Scruggs was fixated on launching a food truck. Then, he discovered another option—one with even lower overhead and potentially greater geographic reach: a so-called “ghost kitchen.” Last June, Scruggs toured the new Cloud Kitchens facility in Midtown—and promptly left his food truck concept in the dust.

Tales of two Atlanta food delivery drivers

"I work full-time for a builder, selling houses. In the evenings, Monday through Friday, I clean offices and then do Postmates. On the weekends, I manage my own business and do delivery. I have a lot more time to work because I don’t get to do the socializing that I would typically do." - Kimberly Smith (Postmates, DoorDash)

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