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Junkman’s Daughter owner to open Virginia-Highland coffee shop this summer
The Junkman’s Daughter owner Moss Mills and partner Ashley Saunders are opening a coffee, dessert, and gift shop in Virginia-Highland. Called Ash Coffee, it will replace Blabla Kids on the corner of Virginia Avenue and Rosedale Drive, in a primarily residential section of the neighborhood. Slated to open in July, it will serve traditional coffee drinks, as well as Asian-inspired beverages, baked goods, and more.
Room Envy: A playful dining room with a tropical touch
Dining rooms can be the most playful areas of a home. Color-loving interior designer Perry Walter jazzed up this circa-1925 Virginia-Highland condo by highlighting the existing molding.
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.
The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Tortuga y Chango, Wylie & Rum, and Mai Kitchen
A Decatur mezcal bar to raise your spirits, a convivial rum bar in Reynoldstown, and upscale Vietnamese in Virginia-Highland
Room Envy: A Scandinavian-inspired outdoor space in Virginia-Highland
Working within the footprint of a former bungalow in Virginia-Highland, architectural designer Eric Rothman created a new house with this outdoor-oriented rear exterior, going for a Scandinavian-inspired look with an oversize wood gable.
Crafty chaos is the name of the game at the Splatter Studio
The Splatter Studio is the perfect place for skeptics who have looked at a Jackson Pollock drip painting and scoffed, I could do that.
Pielands opens December 6 in Virginia-Highland with subs, slices, and soft serve
Pielands, a New York-style pizzeria and sub shop, opens in the former Goin’ Coastal space December 6. The counter-service spot from Nina & Rafi restaurateur Billy Streck is inspired by the pizzeria his father and grandfather owned when he was growing up.
The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Dash & Chutney, Kinship Butcher & Sundry, and Yao Atlanta
Indian street food from a celebrity chef, and this month’s pop-up highlight: a culinary match made in heaven, aka the Mississippi Delta
Atlanta’s 50 Best Restaurants: Takeout Edition
With most restaurant dining rooms still shuttered due to the pandemic, we’ve compiled a list below of all the restaurants from last year’s 75 Best Restaurants issue that are offering takeout, curbside, or delivery.
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