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For Immediate Release…

February 6, 2013


New Episodes from Season One Continue This Month

ATLANTA: Announced today, Atlanta Eats is returning for a second season! The 30-min show has restaurants rejoicing with an influx of new guests and weekend watchers clamoring to sample the featured spots. With a handful of new episodes left in season one (airing starting this weekend), Atlanta Eats is setting their sights on restaurants for twelve new episodes.

“Atlanta Eats offers our viewers and advertisers everything they are looking for in a program. It is a locally originated show, produced well with a great local host that showcases a topic very special to Atlanta, eating,” says Trey Fabacher, Vice President and General Manager of CBS Atlanta and Peachtree TV. “We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Atlanta Eats and are excited about seeing the program evolve and the loyal following continue to grow.”

This weekend, Atlanta Eats returns with a new episode featuring: Davio’s, Matthews Cafeteria, Grindhouse Killer Burgers, and Sprig. The week after on February 16 Atlanta Eats will highlight Watershed on Peachtree, Oak Grove Market, Fat Matt’s Rib Shack and One Midtown Kitchen.

“With ten episodes under our belt, it is obvious Atlantans love to eat,” said host Steak Shapiro. “We love the response the show has been receiving and how it is impacting our local restaurants weekly. We knew that our platform of TV, online, blog and social media would resonate with viewers, restaurants and our partners. The response has been overwhelming.”

Production for season two will begin in late February and air in early April. Atlanta Eats airs on Saturdays at 10:30am on Peachtree TV and at noon on CBS. Visit to view segments from the entire first season, original digital-only content as well as the most up-to-date blogs and information on the Atlanta restaurant scene.

About Atlanta Eats:

Atlanta Eats is a weekly 30-minute TV program complimented by a highly interactive digital and social media strategy. Hosted by Steak Shapiro, Atlanta Eats cooks up a unique combination of engaging, entertaining and informative local restaurant and food content and delivers it through multiple channels (web, radio, TV and social media). Each week, Steak goes behind the scenes at a different restaurant to sample their signature dishes and interact with chefs, patrons, general managers, and legendary local characters. Viewers tune in to discover that great, one-of-a-kind meal that they never knew existed, or to learn more about a spot they always hear about.