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Dish for Two: Chuletón at Cooks & Soldiers
The best steak we tasted all year was this dry-aged, bone-in ribeye weighing in at a heart-stopping 2.2 pounds. Served with a Tempranillo bordelaise sauce, the hunk arrives with a crusty, smoky sear and meat so velvety that it might as well be custard.
Made-in-the-USA: Room & Board
If election season has you in a patriotic mood, head to Room & Board, where more than 90 percent of the inventory is made right here in the States.
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.
Gifts: The Merchant
After opening its doors on the Westside in 2013, this eclectic gift shop added a second outpost this fall at Krog Street Market.
Place to Furnish Your Whole House: Bungalow Classic
Bungalow was a game changer when it opened on Howell Mill Road, helping to launch the Westside Design District in 2000.
Men’s Vintage: Tough Boot & Co.
Tucked behind the Westside Provisions District, owner Luis Toache’s unassuming shop carries a mix of vintage and vintage inspired shirts, work wear, denim, loafers, accessories, and, yes, boots.
New Farmers Market: Westside Farmers Market
Along a narrow strip of asphalt just behind Perrine’s Wine Shop and Yeah! Burger, this Sunday-only market launched last May, featuring Golda Kombucha, breads from West Egg, and fresh produce from vendors like Cosmos Organic Farm and Honeycreek Mushrooms.
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