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The 10 best dishes I ate in Atlanta in 2016

Restaurant critic Jennifer Zyman looks back at her favorite dishes of 2016, including brisket from B's Cracklin', Carolina gold rice and vegetables at Spring, and more.
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The Christiane Chronicles: A good meal is worth a wait

While the warnings of “must be ordered an hour ahead” or “takes 45 minutes” on dishes like risotto or whole-roasted chicken may turn off many a diner, I adore that fine print.
Ticonderoga Club

New Bar: Ticonderoga Club

With a team of all-star bartenders (hello, Paul Calvert!), quirky 1970s decor that’s reminiscent of a high-gloss Regal Beagle, and a kitchen that bests everything else in Krog Street Market, Ticonderoga Club has become the de facto hangout for food industry insiders.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Comeback: David Bies

After a four-year stint at Restaurant Eugene, Bies left not just Atlanta but the country in order to train in kitchens across Asia.

12 cool vintage sodas you should try

Coca-Cola will always be the city’s most popular soft drink. But lately we’ve noticed lesser-known retro sodas sharing shelf space alongside Coke’s signature curvy glass bottles.

Why Paul Calvert has a “three-ingredient goal” for cocktails

Ticonderoga Club's Paul Calvert discusses dive bars, his hangover cure, and his favorite book to read to his son.

Must-try brunch: Ticonderoga Club’s hash browns

Executive chef David Bies says the idea was inspired by the classic Waffle House hash browns (the menu even denotes them in all-too-familiar squares), but he wanted to elevate the dish with a few key ingredients.

Bartender Greg Best’s hangover cure? Chick-fil-A or a lot of eggs

Ticonderoga Club's Greg Best discusses New Orleans, a cocktail trend he's over, and his favorite dive bar.
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King of Carbs: Rob Alexander is the reason your sandwich rocks

The bun on that famous H&F cheeseburger? The bread for that banner cheesesteak at Fred's Meat & Bread? You can thank Rob Alexander for both—and a whole lot more.
Best breakfast and brunch in Atlanta

Ticonderoga Club

A plate of hash browns at Ticonderoga Club costs $10. But it’s not really a plate. It’s more like a platter or a wide serving tray with more crispy hash browns than you could ever finish in one or even two sittings.

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