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Atlanta coronavirus COVID-19 updates

Atlanta’s latest coronavirus updates: Sunday, August 2

Hospitals continue to feel the strain of COVID-19 and a CDC report identifies a major outbreak at a Georgia summer camp. Here's what you need to know this week.
Busy Bee Cafe

The pandemic reminds me of a time when Atlanta was a very different food city

In this hiatus, I’ve had ample time to return to memories of the restaurant scene of Atlanta’s past.
Cheshire Bridge Road history

How long can we keep Cheshire Bridge weird?

Cheshire Bridge Road’s long history as one of Atlanta’s most notorious nightlife destinations began as an accident of geography. But the famous red light district has seen changes—and more change could be coming.
Colonnade

Dine like an old-school Southerner

The Colonnade still serves turkey and dressing every day of the week and has held its ground on an otherwise fluctuating strip of Cheshire Bridge Road since 1962. Or for a cafeteria-style Southern meal, head to Matthews Cafeteria in Tucker.
Colonnade

Friday Night at the Colonnade

Many of the Colonnade’s existing customers—gay, gray, or neither—come here for comfort of two kinds: a good meal and good company. “You know, customers will go visit these new places that open up, and they might go a time or two,” says bartender Rhea Merritt. “But you know where they come back to? They come back to the Colonnade.”

Where to eat Thanksgiving turkey dinner…in August

I don't believe in waiting for Thanksgiving to eat roast turkey when plenty of places around Atlanta serve it year-round. You can even get a whole turkey dinner with all the trimmings (pumpkin pie included) on a random Tuesday if you're feeling festive, which is a reason to give thanks even if it is still pool weather.
Best comfort food Atlanta

Our 13 favorite feel-good dishes in Atlanta

Tuck into the city's best comfort food with these 13 favorite dishes, including Spice to Table's Kerala Fried Chicken, Southern Sweets Bakery's Caramel Cake, and more.

Eat This: The Colonnade’s Tomato Aspic

Even though chef Ryan Cobb has worked at the restaurant for a decade, he’s not quite sure why the dish is so popular. “Prior to working here, I’d never done anything but fine dining,” he says. “I came here and thought, ‘what the heck is this? Tomato jelly?’”

Top ten places to eat fried chicken in Atlanta

Our definitive word on the gospel bird.

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