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Scope the menu for Bar Mercado, opening in Krog Street Market

As the family behind the Iberian Pig and Cooks & Soldiers, the Castelluccis certainly know their Spanish cuisine. So it's only natural that their new restaurant, Bar Mercado, focuses on tapas from multiple regions of Spain.

Spotted Trotter’s Kevin Ouzts is in as exec chef at Avalon’s Barleygarden Kitchen and Craft Bar

“I’m pulling together what I’ve learned at the market. I was able to walk away [from the Cockentrice] with a great deal of education about what folks are looking for,” Ouzts says of his new role at Barleygarden, a new restaurant from Hop City's Kraig Torres.

22 Atlanta restaurants to book for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is next Sunday but that doesn't mean you get a free pass for dinner on the Friday or Saturday before. Here are 22 Atlanta restaurants with something special planned for one of the busiest weekends of the year.
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Best of Krog Street Market

The best picks from Krog Street Market, including Superica's short rib, Fred's Meat and Bread's 'Shroom Shire Cheesesteak, and more.
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The Christiane Chronicles: Atlanta’s best baklava, and are all the good restaurant names taken?

The best baklava comes from a shop famous around Atlanta for its pita, Leon International Foods. And a restaurant's food may be highly complex, but that doesn't mean its name needs to be.

The Ultimate Hop City Drinking Guide to Krog Street Market: Part II

For part II of this series, Kraig Torres of Hop City pairs beer with sandwiches from the Cockentrice, which started lunch service in mid-April, and favorites from Gu’s Dumplings.

The Cockentrice

As I listened to Kevin Ouzts, the very affable chef-owner of Krog Street Market’s the Cockentrice, describe how he makes a number of dishes on the menu, I thought what I did during my dinners there: Is this a new form of extreme eating?

Fresh on the Scene: The Cockentrice, Made Kitchen and Cocktails, and more

A look at four of the newest restaurants in Atlanta, including The Cockentrice, Made Kitchen and Cocktails, Dish Dive, and Asante.

The Cockentrice to launch Sunday lunch service starting February 22

Starting Sunday, February 22, the Cockentrice will switch up its Sunday hours to open for lunch at 11 a.m. and close at 5 p.m. Currently, it’s open only for dinner from 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. General manager Daisy Nagel says they hope to mirror the long Sunday lunches found in the French countryside.

The Cockentrice opens this Friday; check out the menu

This Friday Kevin Ouzts of the Spotted Trotter will open his first restaurant, the Cockentrice, in Krog Street Market. Friends and family got a preview earlier this week. Cheesemonger Scott Stroud will prepare composed cheese plates, Tyler Austin (the Sound Table) will showcase small batch beer, wine, and spirit producers at the bar, and pastry chef Nicole Banks-Bonilla (Grand Hyatt Buckhead) will offer a trio of desserts. Ouzts’s sister, Stephanie Nagel (Maritime Hotel in New York), is moving to Atlanta to manage the restaurant.

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