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Dear chefs: Stop it with the useless garnishes

There is little new or particularly cool about the practice of depositing doodads I can barely see, let alone taste, on my plate. Plus: Long live quiche! (Especially Sarah O’Brien's at Little Tart Bakeshop.)

Where to make your sweetheart swoon on Valentine’s Day in Atlanta

Looking for where to eat on Valentine's Day in Atlanta? Here are 25 restaurants offering specials.
Christiane Chronicles

The Christiane Chronicles: America, home of the unfinished plate

Christiane Lauterbach is embarrassed by the amount of food she sees sent back to the kitchen. "In some respects, I’m still not a wasteful American. I eat the tails of my shrimp. I chew on chicken bones until they are perfectly clean of cartilage. And still, the amount of food I leave behind in restaurants makes me feel like a criminal. I secretly hope that some rodent will enjoy whatever ends up in the dumpster."

Review: Estrella channels Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula from a BeltLine-adjacent rooftop

Part of what makes the Atlanta BeltLine so useful is that it encourages exploration of pockets of the city that were once overlooked. At Estrella, not only do you get to explore one of those pockets—you also get a taste of a region far more remote—Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula.

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.

Review: With the Brasserie at Bazati, French chef Rémi Granger makes a case for the classics

What’s not to love about the Brasserie at Bazati, a day-and-night, BeltLine-adjacent restaurant that’s serious about traditional French cooking? Bread & Butterfly chef Rémi Granger’s food is that of a true Frenchman, and the restaurant's idyllic patio suits his classic style.
The Brasserie at Bazati

The verdict on 3 newcomers to Atlanta’s dining scene

Our mini-reviews on the Brasserie at Bazati, a French-themed restaurant; Grant Park's Full Commission, a neighborhood spot with an all-purpose feel; and Decatur's Son of a Bear, a fun Korean joint.

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