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Bread & Butterfly

Fresh on the Scene: Bread & Butterfly, Cape Dutch, il Giallo, S.O.S Tiki bar

The early word on Cakes & Ale's newest cafe, Bread & Butterfly, plus bites from Cape Dutch, il Giallo, and S.O.S Tiki Bar.
Little Trouble

New Cocktail Bar: Little Trouble

Inside the Westside's White Provision building, walk through a concrete tunnel towards the wall of neon to find this spacious pad, inspired by Blade Runner and created by the team behind Paper Plane and Victory Sandwich Bar.
We Suki Suki

Atlanta’s Best Sandwiches

A roundup of the city's best sandwiches, from We Suki Suki, Community Q BBQ, Victory Sandwich Bar, and more.

The Christiane Chronicles: Atlanta needs more Eastern European restaurants; and where to find rich butter

As hard as it is to believe, there was a time when naysayers thought that Atlantans weren’t willing to pay top dollar for corned beef, pastrami, and pickles. Then along came the General Muir; deli crisis averted. Now let’s continue rounding out our patchy dining scene, starting with Eastern European restaurants.

Paper Plane is closing, possible tropical theme on the way

Paper Plane, the cocktail bar behind Victory Sandwich Bar in Decatur, will shut its doors at the end of the month. Plans are in the works for a new concept to open in time for a preview at Victory’s big luau September 13, owner Ian Jones says.

Paper Plane/Victory Sandwich Bar team to bring new concept to the Westside

Ian Jones, proprietor of Victory Sandwich Bar and Paper Plane, is frustrated. Originally, he had a May opening in mind for Victory Sandwich Bar’s new Inman Park location (913 Bernina Avenue, the space formerly home to Park’s Edge). Then he figured July. Now, due to a seemingly endless series of meetings and reviews with the city permitting department, it’s looking more like August or September, he says.

Looking back, a review of 2013

As the saying goes, you win some, and you lose some. This year we saw famed mixologists leave their longtime outposts, award-winning chefs open new “it” spots, and the restaurant community band together to help one of their own. As we welcome in the new year, we pause to take a look back at what happened in 2013.

Restaurants on the move

With the development of Krog Street Market and the 280 Elizabeth Street project (rumored apartments and retail), Atlanta restaurants—especially those in Inman Park—are on the move. Read on to see who’s going where, which of your favorite spots are expanding, and more.

Paper Plane to fly in November, new bar from Victory and Paul Calvert

Cocktail guru Paul Calvert is a man on the move. He was recently named Beverage Director at Victory Sandwich Bar—the Inman Park location as well as the forthcoming Victory in Decatur. Calvert made waves with the Sound Table’s bar program and went on to spice things up at Pura Vida.

Niche Dishes

Compared to other cities in roughly the same genre (youthful, sprawling, diverse), Atlanta doesn’t offer much of a platform for would-be indie food entrepreneurs with small budgets. I hear the same complaints constantly: “Why do we need twenty parking spaces or a grease trap as big as a Volkswagen to start putting out good food?” One major culprit seems to be a real estate landscape that favors cookie-cutter developments with oversized storefronts anathema to creative types.

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