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Vegan fare gets an Asian spin at Planta Queen in Buckhead

Vegan fare gets an Asian spin at Planta Queen in Buckhead

Atlanta’s vegan options are expanding once again—this time with an Asian flair. Planta Queen, sister to Krog Street Market’s Planta, is located next to Tal Baum’s Carmel in Buckhead Village and promises vegan fare for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Expect Planta favorites like Bang Bang Broccoli, 1,000 Layer Crispy Potatoes, and vegetable sushi, alongside noodles, dumplings, and other wok-friendly dishes.
The Morning After Atlanta

The Morning After to give off Slutty Vegan vibes with a spin on breakfast

Pinky Cole is hard at work on her newest restaurant, a breakfast spot called the Morning After. Located in the former Delia’s Chicken Sausage Stand (881 Marietta Street) on the Westside, the Morning After promises the same cheeky branding of its sister spot with a vegan take on the first meal of the day.

Planta and Planta Queen descend on Atlanta

From Meatless Mondays to dedicated vegans, many Atlantans are opting for more plant-based meals and diets as a way to eat healthier. Planta founder and CEO Steven Salm is here for it. He’s bringing two plant-based restaurants to the city: Planta will replace Watchman’s in Krog Street Market in late June, while Planta Queen moves into Buckhead Village in October.
La Semilla review

Review: La Semilla is for everyone

Any given evening, most of the with-it young clientele sitting down to dinner at La Semilla aren’t full-time vegans. But that’s a large part of the draw at this new Latin restaurant on a hot stretch of Memorial Drive: It’s for everyone. And everyone appears to be eating here. Every table is full. The noise level is just right—cheerful, not deafening. Your interest is piqued, your instincts are rewarded—if you follow them through the tall doorway, set off by garlands of large green leaves painted onto the brick.
The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Dad's, Alici, and La Semilla

The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Dad’s, Alici, and La Semilla

Big dad energy in Virginia-Highland, a bustling oyster bar in Midtown, and vegan Latin fare in Reynoldstown.
10 dishes that prove mushrooms are taking over Atlanta

10 dishes that prove mushrooms are taking over Atlanta

Chefs today are building dishes around mushrooms that let their earthiness shine and allow their textures to reach their potential. Of course, if you’re watching HBO’s The Last of Us, mushrooms might be the last thing you’re craving, but, everyone else—let’s rejoice.
La Semilla

Vegan Latin food from the Happy Seed team is now available in Reynoldstown

La Semilla is an expansion of Happy Seed, serving a dinner menu that features the pop-up’s greatest hits alongside new, equally shareable items. Expect familiar flavors with carne asada tacos, ham croquettes, and a Cuban sandwich. Everything on the menu is plant-based.
The joy of vegetables Atlanta

The joy of vegetables

Exuberant garden tostadas, beautiful beet poke, irresistible Indian street snacks—even vegan barbecue! Welcome to Atlanta magazine’s soulful celebration of food from the soil.
Tassili's Raw Reality

How Black-owned vegan restaurants in West End prefigured Atlanta’s passion for plants

West End led the way in serving practitioners of plant-based eating in Atlanta, connected to—but also distinct from—the contemporary popularity of vegetarian and vegan restaurants here today. In one way, the devotion of customers to these businesses helped the neighborhood circulate community dollars, which paved the way for such hot spots as Slutty Vegan.
Phreshly canned cocktails

Atlanta tech veterans launch a new canned cocktails line, Phreshly

Co-founder Paul Owusu hopes Phreshly’s sourcing, quality ingredients, and distinct flavors will help the canned cocktail brand stand out in a crowded market.

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