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Atlantans already know this, but the James Beard Foundation has made it even more clear: The work that Giving Kitchen is doing in Atlanta is some of the most important food-related philanthropic work in the country.
Help the revitalization of historic Sweet Auburn at the Sweet Auburn Gala, nerd out with classic games at the Southern-Fried Gaming Expo, or explore the Westside on foot at Atlanta Streets Alive.
Staplehouse might have been ahead of its time when it introduced its tasting-menu format in 2015. But his time around, Atlanta is more ready for it than ever.
A dozen waiters running through Shops Buckhead Atlanta with trays of champagne? It's a Bastille Day tradition—and a way to thank the more than 230,000 members of Atlanta's restaurant industry.
Some metro Atlanta coffeehouses, shops, and restaurants spend a portion (or all) of their profits to help the homeless, refugees, the environment, people in developing countries, and others in need. And you can easily support those causes too just by redirecting your spending habits.
There is something unusual going on in Atlanta—a spirit of being your brother's keeper—that you don't see elsewhere.
Tickets are now on sale for the Giving Kitchen's fifth annual Team Hidi fundraiser, which features tastings and drinks from 50 local restaurants. Leah Melnick, who manages TGK’s grant applications, shares some of the nonprofit's success stories from the past year.
After naming Staplehouse as a finalist for the country's best new restaurant in 2016, Bon Appétit magazine announced today that the Old Fourth Ward restaurant has been crowned number one on their annual top 10 list.
“This isn’t about abandoning anything but about embracing something new—something we haven’t been able to put as much time and effort into,” says founder Jen Hidinger. “It’s an opportunity for us to strengthen what we’ve created.”