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The 5 Restaurants To Watch This Weekend

Surprise! Atlanta Eats is changing our showtimes! If you’ve set your DVR for us week-after-week, it is time to switch. Our show has grown increasingly in popularity, so it’s time we show off a full hour of Atlanta Eats instead of our half-hour show. Beginning this Saturday, September 24th, our Saturday airtime will be from 7 – 8 p.m. and Sunday’s airing will be 10 – 11 a.m. Stay tuned for double the food and the best restaurants Atlanta has to offer. We kick the new schedule off with 5 incredible spots- Antico Pizza, Marlow’s Tavern, Gunshow, Hop City and Pinocchios. Check out our favorite orders in lieu of their airings:

Antico Pizza (West Midtown)

We always order the Diavola from Antico Pizza.

We always order the Diavola from Antico Pizza.

Marlow’s Tavern

Marlow's Tavern's Brie Fondue with pretzel bread is the ultimate appetizer.

Marlow’s Tavern’s Brie Fondue with pretzel bread is the ultimate appetizer.

Gunshow (East Atlanta)

The Gunshow menu changes weekly but if you find any form of fried chicken on the menu, we suggest you order it.

The Gunshow menu changes weekly but if you find any form of fried chicken on the menu, we suggest you order it.

Hop City (West Side & Krog Street Market)

One of the first places in Atlanta to serve growlers, Hop City has 60 taps of delicious beer all for you.

One of the first places in Atlanta to serve growlers, Hop City has 60 taps of delicious beer all for you.

Pinocchios (Sandy Springs)

Pasta Primavera from Pinocchios is one of our top tongue- twisters and orders at this new spot in town.

Pasta Primavera from Pinocchios is one of our top tongue- twisters and orders at this new spot in town.

Hungry for more restaurant inspiration?  Click here for a guide to our favorites! Be sure to catch Atlanta Eats on Peachtree TV every Saturday 7 – 8 p.m. and Sunday 10 -11 a.m.!

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