Crispy, savory, hot, and fresh–these components are a MUST HAVE when it comes to fries, and it’s all too disappointing when you order some for a cheat meal and they come out soggy, cold, and just plain gross. But have no fear, we can guarantee these deliver the flavors and the savoriness you crave in a fry.
There’s so much to love about the city of Roswell–from hikes along the Mill to the happening downtown scene to the absolute plethora of top tier dining destinations Canton Street. Let’s dig into some of the best restaurants that this Fulton county suburb has to offer!
Don’t let the holidays drain the romance from your life! Atlanta just so happens to be full of unique and exciting date night options to fit seamlessly into your busy week. Here are a few of our favorites.
Buffet style eating has fallen out of fashion in recent years, but there are still a few to find around Atlanta serving everything from Chinese food to hibachi to Southern favorites. Check out this list for affordably priced eats and generous portions!
It seems like every year there’s more and more Christmas pop-ups around town decked out in tinsel, Christmas lights, and holiday baubles and we’re totally here for it. Here’s a round-up of the best spots where YULE have the most wonderful time of the year!
Virginia Highlands has the small-town feel of a suburban neighborhood with the action of a slick city. It rose to prominence as an early 20th century street car suburb, which shows with its retro vibe, yet the restaurants and bars have never felt fresher. Let’s take a closer look at some of the finest eateries and drinkeries that Va-Hi has to offer.
Don’t worry about anything this year; make a reservation for Thanksgiving brunch, lunch or dinner! These Atlanta restaurants are giving you the 5 star experience without any of the mess or stress. Get a table before the rest of the city beats you to it!
WINE down this weekend and enjoy the fall foliage with a trip to one of North Georgia’s top wineries. We’re breaking down the wineries in North GA and sharing with you the ones with the most scenic sprawling hills, the most delicious charcuterie boards, and of course, the most flavorful wines!
Whoever thinks Thanksgiving is relaxing has clearly never been in charge of cooking the meal. The food might flat out suck. Your turkey might be dry. Your stuffing could be soggy. And maybe that casserole you saw on TikTok didn’t quite translate to your kitchen. Here are some of the restaurants all over the Atlanta area helping to make your Thanksgiving stress-free.
Now that we’ve entered November, host Julie Chen and mixologist Phil Armijo are talking about what they’re thankful for – including Phil’s Maple Manhattan recipe featuring Bardstown Bourbon and Trincheri Dry Vermouth. They revisit the bourbon vs. rye debate before Phil digs in to making his mouthwatering cocktail, which includes pure maple syrup – perfect for the fall! For more great recipes, visit themixga.com.
There’s nothing better than a Rotisserie Chicken – the crispy skin, the fall of the bone tenderness, the juicy marinated flavors – we’ll take that bird down to the bone! But there’s more than one way to make a mouthwatering, slow roasted chicken. We’ve looked at great Atlanta restaurants serving up delicious chickens daily and have listed out ten favorites below.
A Ghost Kitchen is a way for talented chefs and operators, who may not have the money to launch a brick and mortar restaurant, to still create a business where customers can try whatever delicious offering they’ve invented. As folks have ordered in more and more over the COVID-19 pandemic, Ghost Kitchens have only risen in number and availability.
Most people associate wings with the narrow perspective of “buffalo or bust”, but here in Atlanta we’re a more open-minded folk. When you ask the average ATLien about lemon pepper wings, there’s more than just enthusiasm…there’s pride. This led me to wonder: why have lemon pepper wings been so impactful to Atlanta? Let’s find out.
It’s getting harder and harder to live and eat in ATL, but you can streeeeetch your budget until payday with these cheap delights around Atlanta! Here are ten fantastic meals you can get for under $10 around the Metro Atlanta area.
This Thunderbird Spicy Sour Recipe is the perfect cocktail concoction for fall. With jalapeño slices, a generous amount of lemon and beautifully balanced Smoky Ten Benriach scotch, it’s a great drink to open up those sinuses and enjoy a beautiful fall day.
Arepas are the perfect first time Latin food for Southerners to experience. Consider that the main ingredient in arepas is ground corn meal and it’s often stuffed with a savory, delicious, slow cooked protein – it’s basically BBQ and cornbread!
One of life’s simplest pleasures is the breakfast burrito. The only thing better than breakfast food is Mexican food, so what happens when you combine the two? Heaven, that’s what. Here are some of the very best breakfast burritos that Atlanta has to offer.
You could probably eat at a different restaurant every night for months ITP and not hit the same spot twice, but just a short drive out of Atlanta you will find so many other fantastic places to eat, drink, and socialize. Lawrenceville is about a 30 minute drive north of ATL and trust us, it is definitely worth the trip! Check out this list of 10 different restaurants in Lawrenceville you have to try!
These places are PHOnemanal, and we are PHO real! As we enter soup season, be sure to consider trying this tasty Vietnamese dish consisting of warm broth, slurpy rice noodles, fresh herbs, and savory thinly sliced meat, if you haven’t before. The national dish of Vietnam, this dish was created in part due to French influence in the region–the name pho is even thought to have originated from the French word for fire, le feu. There’s not a lot of dishes more comforting in cold weather, and there’s a number of Atlanta restaurants serving up a delicious pot of the good stuff. Check out our list!
Bread N’ Butter, LLC the company that runs the highly successful and Emmy-award winning media brand Atlanta Eats, is proud to announce the launch of their new social media agency, Order Up. Order Up is a company specializing in creating thoughtful social media strategy and creative content for restaurants throughout the Southeast, with clients already in Atlanta.