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Tweeds

Tweeds

Known for made-in-the-USA menswear, with many bags and accessories stitched here in Atlanta
Le Fat

Le Fat

At Le Fat, Guy Wong’s new Vietnamese restaurant, the design, inspired by the French colonial era, hits you the minute you walk in. The vintage signs convey an ornate Eurasian elegance, and the two rooms are painted the cool colors (particularly a muted green with pops of red) you find where it’s hot.

Here’s the menu at Ford Fry’s Westside steakhouse, Marcel, opening Monday

You’d think the man would want a day off, but Ford Fry is about to open his ninth (yes, ninth) restaurant in Atlanta. Marcel, an old-school American steakhouse with French sensibilities, will open Monday on the Westside in the old Abattoir space, which Anne Quatrano closed in March

The Painted Duck to open summer 2016 on the Westside

After opening the Painted Pin in Miami Circle this time last year, Justin Amick and William Stallworth are planning their next concept, The Painted Duck, for Westside’s Stockyards Atlanta development across the street from Miller Union for summer 2016.
Switch Modern

Exploring the Westside’s home shops with designer Teri Duffy

Not long ago, the area west of Howell Mill Road was a true industrial district, with just a couple of fabric stores to draw suburban shoppers.
BHLDN

Anthropologie’s BHLDN boutique is perfect for the easygoing bride

Anthropologie’s bridal boutique, which has landed at the brand’s Westside location, is pronounced “beholden.” Okay, so the name may be fussy, but everything else about this shop-within-a-shop is laid-back.
Cooks and Soldiers

Cooks & Soldiers

Where Iberian Pig takes its inspiration from all of Spain, Cooks & Soldiers focuses on the Basque region, which gained an international profile during the craze over molecular gastronomy and its first exponent, Ferran AdriĂ  of elBulli.

Brash Coffee coming to Westside Provisions District in early summer 2015

Brash Coffee is opening its first Atlanta store on the Westside in early summer 2015. In 2011, owner Matt Ludwikowski was working at Octane and took a trip to El Salvador with one intention: work directly with coffee farmers to learn as much about coffee as he could. He practiced what he learned and, two years later, opened the first Brash Coffee store in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Editor’s pick: Honeycomb Studio’s handmade ceramic lamps

It started with bud vases. But in just its second year, Courtney Hamill’s handmade ceramics line, Honeycomb Studio, has expanded into lighting. The Atlanta native works out of a backyard shed at her home on the Westside, sometimes sitting down at the wheel but more often making her porcelain vessels, holiday ornaments, turtledoves, antlers, and now three styles of lamp bases from original slip-cast molds.

Atlanta’s deluge of deluxe apartments

Across Atlanta, large apartment projects are sprouting like residential chanterelles, which builders hope signals a postrecession paradigm shift—even a renaissance—in the city’s core neighborhoods.

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