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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.
The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Wood’s Chapel BBQ, Sceptre Brewing Arts, the Deer and the Dove
Decatur Square's newest restaurant, The Deer and the Dove, East Atlanta Village has a new brewery, Sceptre Brewing Arts, and Summerhill has another reason to be Atlanta's big next dining neighborhood with Wood's Chapel BBQ.
Wrecking Bar’s Terry Koval turns the former Cakes & Ale space into a rustic restaurant and wood-fired bagel spot
You'll find wood-roasted trout and duck roulade on the menu at the Deer and the Dove, the new restaurant from Terry Koval that replaced Cakes & Ale in Decatur. You can also grab a wood-fired bagel from B-Side next door.
The Deer & the Dove owners share plans for the restaurant, set to open in the former Cakes & Ale space
Wrecking Bar’s Terry Koval and Farm Burger's George Frangos aim to uphold the reputation of the Decatur Square space with their new restaurant, the Deer & the Dove.
Shay Lavi is a master behind the grill, where proteins make up only about 30 percent of his impressive, vegetable-laden spreads. Now, the catering chef plans to open his own cafe downtown.
If your table’s “fresh-picked” centerpiece was actually picked two weeks ago in, say, South America, then flown or driven thousands of miles to its final destination, it subtracts from the flowers’ lifespan. Local flowers often last longer, which ultimately cuts down on cost.
Rusty Bowers wants to help showcase local farmers on a larger platform. “Now that we both have wonderful infrastructure in place, the next step was opening a high-end store that people can come to from all over Atlanta,” he says. “We want it to be a little culinary, meat driven mecca.”
Atlanta’s largest collective of farmers markets has launched a new series of seasonal cookbooks. In May, Community Farmers Markets released the first edition, Spring.
The Wrecking Bar Brewpub opened in Little Five Points on Father’s Day in 2011. Bob Sandage, a serious home brewer, and his wife, Kristine, spent almost two years restoring an 18,000-square-foot Victorian mansion (doing much of the work themselves), turning the main space into an event facility and the basement into a handsome tavern with stone walls, brick floors, and a sunny patio.
Farm Burger announced last week that Terry Koval, the chef that helped launch and run the original Decatur location of the growing chain, has left his position. Koval will be heading to the Wrecking Bar in Inman Park as head chef. The Wrecking Bar opened last year with a menu mostly centered around the beers brewed on site at the restaurant. We caught up with Koval to ask him a few questions about the move and his plans for the Wrecking Bar.