If you’ve been following us for the past few weeks, you probably now have seen the man in this photo quite a few times. So let’s take a second to tell his story, to tell you about a man named Reggie.
Atlanta Eats TV, a local, Emmy-award winning television show and media company, is leading a coalition of major Atlanta leaders including food bloggers, media personalities, and lifestyle influencers to support the industry they love most during this difficult time. This coalition of Atlanta leaders have launched a fundraiser via social media to benefit the awe-inspiring and local nonprofit, Giving Kitchen. In just a few short days, they have already amassed over $8,000 over various fundraising platforms.
As Atlantans respond to the current public health crisis, they are also reacting with bravery, leadership and compassion. Our own Steak Shapiro has been talking to some of these Atlantans on Instagram Live, and we’re sharing those stories below.
Amidst all the chaos, there is still a lot of good happening in Atlanta, and much of it is spearheaded by restaurants and food service industry workers like the Olde Blind Dog team.
If you’re finding your grocery store shelves empty of the items that you need or you’re simply discovering you’re a TERRIBLE cook, you should know that today you do have other options. These local restaurants are in need of your support now more than ever, and you can order delivery or takeout from them–whichever option you feel most comfortable with.
Local Atlanta heroes are stepping it up to help their community.
Looking to have a shamROCKIN’ good time this St. Patrick’s Day? Here’s a round-up of some of the celebrations happening around town.
Looking for some mind blowingly good, over-the-top, taco ’bout it all week long dishes? SEE why we’re crazy about these dishes all around Atlanta.
Who run the world? Girls. And who run the Atlanta restaurant scene? These inspiring women who own their own businesses. Celebrate Women’s History Month with an outstanding meal at a women-owned restaurant, owned by the ladies who are currently making history in the Atlanta restaurant industry!
There’s nothing like a classic margarita, but when you want to add a Southern twist, you can add some peachy Georgia flavors along with an unexpected dash of fresh ginger to really amplify the flavors! Make this peachy Georgia margarita at home after a trip to Towers Beer Wine & Spirit to gather all you ingredients!
Save this post for the next time that it’s late at night and you’ve got a ~serious~ case of the munchies that the frozen burrito that’s been sitting in your freezer for 3 months is just not going to fix.
If you weren’t craving pancakes beforehand, you will be once you read this post. And we’ll bet that these pancake spots are BATTER than whatever you can cook up.
If you’re going to deviate from your diet, don’t just hungrily stuff a few hunks of cheese and stale bread in your mouth while standing barefoot in the light of your fridge. Do it in the best, diet-busting way possible–with a decadent dish at these Atlanta restaurants that will keep you feeling more than satisfied for the rest of the week!
After our team had the most wonderful shoot at Barnsley Resort exploring all that the resort has to offer, we developed what we believe is the best itinerary to make your stay there the perfect mix of exciting and rejuvenating. Check it out!
Dining at locally-owned, minority-owned businesses year-round is a great way to support Atlanta’s fabric and culture, but we encourage you to especially go out of your way this month. You could even celebrate Black History Month every single day this month with a meal at these 29 black-owned restaurants!
We’re not in the Superbowl this year but thankfully, the #aints aren’t either. Settle in to watch the big game at any one of these Atlanta sports bars and restaurants.
You don’t need 20/20 vision to 👓 SEE 👓 that these restaurants are some of the best options in Atlanta for bringing your honey to date night. We partnered with Woodhams Eye Clinic to bring you their top picks for 20 romantic restaurants and places in Atlanta, perfect for you and your boo’s next night out on the town.
We know real ATLiens love to eat! So luckily, we’ve found some amazing deals for you so you can fill your stomach without emptying your wallet. Here’s a round-up of the tastiest deals happening right now to get your week started out just right.
Duluth? College Park? Roswell? No matter where you live in Atlanta, there’s an outstanding biscuit, stack of pancakes, and chicken and waffle dish near you. Here are some of our current favorite brunch spots, by neighborhood.
Historic Old Fourth Ward, a former industrial district, has become a hot spot for some of the best cuisine in the city. From food halls to Tex Mex to truly inspired seafood, these few square miles have it all when it comes to dining. Hop on the Beltline and grab a bite to eat at any of these delicious spots!