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South City Kitchen shrimp and grits

How to make South City Kitchen’s shrimp and grits

The rustic texture and toasty corn flavor of stone-ground grits bear little resemblance to the bland porridge of Jason Starnes’s youth. At South City Kitchen, he uses a 50/50 blend of earthy, yellow grits from Mills Farm in Athens and sweeter-tasting white grits from Riverview Farms in Ranger.

Eat This: Canoe’s Smoked Salmon

Canoe's menu constantly changes to take advantage of local flavors, but the smoked salmon is a permanent fixture. “That’s the one dish that has always been exactly the same,” says executive chef Matthew Basford. “It’s been on the menu the same way for 21 years.”
5Church Atlanta

Fresh on the Scene: 5Church Atlanta, Ba Bellies, 101 Steak, and Ton Ton

Get the early word on four new Atlanta restaurants: 5Church Atlanta at Colony Square, Ba Bellies in Peachtree Corners, 101 Steak in Vinings, and Ton Ton at Ponce City Market.
Chamblee real estate

Where to buy now in metro Atlanta

We asked Realtors to recommend their favorite areas—from intown blocks packed with high-rises to (way) OTP suburbs—for every buyer and budget.
Vinings

Five reasons to love Vinings

Just across the banks of the Chattahoochee River, Vinings is Cobb County’s only ITP neighborhood, adjacent to Buckhead and a 10-mile drive northwest of downtown.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Touch of Texas: The Front Porch of Vinings

Inside, farm tables and antiques from Texas’s famous Round Top market mix with modern marble consoles.

Tomo closing in Vinings to focus on Buckhead

A tweet sent out yesterday by RestMart.com alerted my colleague Jackson Reeves to the surprising news that Tomo chef/owner Tomohiro Naito has put his original location on Cobb Parkway in Vinings up for sale. A called to Naito confirmed that he’s leaving Vinings to concentrate on his new location in Buckhead, at 3630 Peachtree Road—the skyscraper that includes the Ritz-Carlton Residences.

Canoe

It was a Friday evening commute spent in classic, nerve-jangling Atlanta traffic. The speed-stop-speed-stop flux of cars extended straight from Downtown into the parking lot of Canoe in Vinings, where valet attendants conducted drivers with Wagnerian fervor. My dining comrades were still stuck on the highway; the woman at the hostess station suggested I wait for them at the new outdoor bar.

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