It’s the fifteenth year of Atlanta’s signature food event and our mouths are starting to water. More than 90 restaurants are participating this year!
Somehow, 20 years have escaped us! The restaurant remains timeless in decor, service, atmosphere and cuisine
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fish), I asked Nicolas Quinones, co-owner and wine program director at Woodfire Grill, if that was good advice or an outdated notion that needs to be trampled (yes, that pun’s intended).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.
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 […]
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.
Food enthusiasts were out in full force this weekend for the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival. In it’s third year it’s clear — our city is obsessed with food! When we met festival founder Dominique Love she explained that the idea for the event was born over an evening of wine with Atlanta Chef Sean […]
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.
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.
Press release promoting the Gluten and Allergen Free Wellness event at the Gwinnett Center in Lawrenceville on May 5th.
Fadó has, for 16 years, been the go-to spot to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day the way they do in Ireland: with great beer, live entertainment, food that’s better for your taste buds than your cholesterol, and great craic with friends old and new.
Dining out in Buckhead can be at the higher end of many a budget. Try one of the prix fixe menus at Buckhead Restaurant Week.
Chef Meherwan has created a menu packed with exotic flavors from all over India’s culinary and geographic landscape, and dishes ranging from small plates (chaat) to Indian hand food, to crepes (uttapam), and traditional entrees (thalis).
Whether you’re celebrating the past year or looking forward to 2013, one thing is for sure – New Year’s Eve dinner is not to be missed!