When it comes to the familiar rules for wine (red for beef, white for fish), I asked Nicolas Quinones, co-owner and wine program director at Woodfire Grill, if that was good advice or an outdated notion that needs to be trampled (yes, that pun’s intended).
This past Saturday, Guy Wong invited a couple hundred of his closest friends to check out the restaurant and the menu.
We take a look at five of those men who helped to create a nation, and try to figure out which restaurants in Atlanta they might enjoy.
Keeping up with everything that’s going on on Twitter can feel like drinking from a fire-hose, so we pick the best to share with you.
We scour Twitter so you can get some work done.
Father’s Day in Atlanta isn’t the brunch fiesta that Mother’s Day is. By the time June rolls around it’s often just a little too warm to wait outside for 45 minutes to get seated at your favorite eggs-five-ways spot, and maybe brunch isn’t exactly his idea of a man-meal. So Father’s Day is, for many […]
If you live ITP and are looking to shake up your dining, or you ‘re in Roswell looking for some place to eat, Atlanta Eats has you covered.
Atlanta’s culinary powerhouses and foodies met at the Loews Hotel this past weekend to celebrate all things gastronomic at the Atlanta Food and Wind Festival.
Mara Davis has been a staple of Atlanta radio for almost two decades. Since 92.9 DaveFM switched formats at the end of September, Davis has been patiently waiting for the right opportunity to come along. On May 18th, Mara joins the Atlanta Eats team, visiting restaurants and talking to chefs, diners, and restaurateurs around Atlanta.
This year marks Fifth Groups’s 20th anniversary, and they’re returning as presenting sponsor at Taste of the Highlands, as they have been since 2006.
In the sold out VIP area, Taste-goers will enjoy oysters from Lure, while the rest of the group’s intown restaurants will be scattered throughout John Howell Park.
Ask anyone from Atlanta about Bravo’s Top Chef show, and the name they’ll mention is Kevin Gillespie. The guy with the pig tattoo and the red beard finished overall fan favorite, and runner up in the competition.
If there’s anything that last night’s James Beard Foundation Awards taught us, it’s that for the hoi polloi of the food community, there are only really one city that matters: New York.
Cancer put Ryan and Jen Hidinger’s dream of a restaurant called Staplehouse on the back burner, TheGivingKitchen.org brings it to the front.
Whenever we interview chefs, we ask them a bunch of questions. Some are different, but we always end with the same ones — here’s how Tyler Williams, executive chef at Woodfire Grill answered…
In September of 2012, Kevin Gillespie announced that he would be leaving Woodfire Grill at the end of the year. The bearded chef with the pig tattoo, who was catapulted into the limelight as the Top Chef Las Vegas fan favorite a few years ago, had helmed the Cheshire Bridge restaurant since 2007. I met him in Glenwood Park, near his new restaurant, Gunshow, to talk to him about his decision to go it alone.
It’s one of the Atlanta restaurant scene’s worst-kept secrets that Holeman and Finch’s infamous 10 o’clock burger, featured on The Layover: Atlanta, is going to be hitting it out of the park at Turner Field, from opening day of the 2013 season (April 1st).
Tyler Williams, executive chef at Woodfire Grill on Cheshire Bridge Road is an artist. In a culinary career that’s taken him from his family home in Michigan to Portland, Vegas, Chicago, and Atlanta, Williams has embraced flavor wherever he cooked. We talk about Cardamom Hill, and how Chef Asha Gomez has re-imagined a Southern staple […]
If you’ve paid any attention to the status of Gunshow, Kevin Gillespie’s new venture in Glenwood Park, you’ve probably heard a ton of rumors about what to expect. We asked Kevin to set the record straight about some of the myths surrounding the restaurant before it opens in mid-April. MYTH: Gunshow won’t have menus. Kevin […]
Atlanta born-and-bred Kevin Gillespie, former executive chef at Woodfire Grill, has been working for the last few months on building out his new restaurant in Glenwood Park.
In the last few years, mobile devices have become more powerful than the computers that send the Apollo missions into space. And what do we use these miniature marvels for? Food. We use them for food.