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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.
5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: July 4-10
Run an EDM-themed 5K near Georgia State Stadium, sip on “Brosé,” “Glowsé,” and "F'Rosé" at Urban Tree Cidery, and kick it back to the 1980s with a Foreigner and Whitesnake concert.
The Christiane Chronicles: Atlanta’s fermentation fad is great, but about that quinoa craze…
These days chefs are fans of fermentation, and I'm addicted to the natural fizziness of nonalcoholic fermented drinks such as doogh and Turkish ayran. But I've been cooking quinoa since the 1970s. And I don’t know what is going on in restaurant kitchens, but lately I have eaten more than enough hard quinoa, soggy quinoa, and smothered quinoa.
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.
New Taproom: Urban Tree Cidery
In addition to producing one of Atlanta’s only hard ciders (made with apples picked from its own orchard), Urban Tree pours local craft beers, hosts live bands, and brings in food trucks for the crowds that pack this breezy space.
It’s a great time to be a craft brewer—just not in Georgia
Despite their best efforts to update Depression-era laws initially designed to prohibit monopolies, brewers in Georgia still cannot sell their beer directly to customers. Instead they have to go through distributors.
Two Atlanta ciders worth sipping this summer
Is hard cider the new “it” drink in local craft brewing? Westside’s Urban Tree Cidery and Marietta's Treehorn Cider are both worth trying this summer.
Hate local craft beer law? Cideries are even more complicated
Two local cideries, Treehorn Cider and Urban Tree Cidery, see each other as competitors. So does the federal government, which subjects them to the same laws. But in the eyes of the state, they’re as different as porters and pinot noir.
The most anticipated Atlanta craft brewery openings in 2016
2016 is shaping up to be a banner year for craft beer. The rate of new projects in development is only speeding up, and in the immediate area around Atlanta, we've counted at least 11 new breweries that intend to pour their first official beers in 2016.