We had the chance to catch up with local “Love Is Blind” Atlanta cast member Diamond Jack, a former Atlanta Hawks cheerleader and vegan food fanatic, on Instagram Live to talk about her time on the show and her fave Atlanta vegan restaurants! Here are some secrets about the show and about the ATL food & dining scene that she shared.
During the COVID-19 crisis, Atlanta restaurant owners have stepped up to give back in the way that they know best: by providing a nourishing, delicious meal. And the love has been felt by these frontline workers who have received thousands of meal donations in this time of need.
Our Director of Digital Carbs is missing traveling to the low country this time of year. So, to bring the low country home to him and make it a dinner for two, he’s been creating super simple Low Country Boil packets in aluminum foil! Check out how he puts his together and try it at home!
Atlanta Eats TV, a local, Emmy-award winning television show and media company, plus a coalition of Atlanta leaders including companies, food bloggers, media personalities, and lifestyle influencers, came together to support the launch of a social media fundraiser to benefit the awe-inspiring and local nonprofit, Giving Kitchen (GK). In just a few short days, this strong team of leaders who share a love for our city’s culinary community, raised $25,000 from hundreds of donors. A portion of the funds raised included a donation of $2,500 from Gas South.
No, not the Notorious B.I.G. But Big Poppa the local English bulldog that has stolen the internet’s heart! Rae Ellis, a costume designer who lives in Midtown, Atlanta, recently posted a photo to Twitter of her English bulldog, Big Poppa, that broke our collective hearts.
Here’s a list of restaurants who, as of April 21st, have chosen to stay closed for dine-in services out of an abundance of caution. We suggest supporting them through takeout, delivery, purchasing gift cards, donating to any GoFundMe’s they are running, purchasing any merch they are selling, or making a donation to Giving Kitchen.
Local hometown distillery American Spirit Works has long been known for crafting some of the finest whiskeys and spirits in town. But now, American Spirit Works has shifted gears and is doing their part to help the community combat COVID-19 by distilling hand sanitizer to hospitals, nonprofits, and other medical frontline workers.
Atlanta Eats and a coalition of major business leaders, media personalities, and lifestyle and food bloggers are partnering together to support the Atlanta community throughout COVID-19. If you’d like to join in the fight, please fill out this interest form.
The perfect Monster Cookie Recipe is right here! Watch Atlanta Eats producer Anni and her son Pierce as they make the best of the sequester situation and bake one of Pierce’s favorite desserts. Full recipe below – subscribe to our YouTube channel, where we’ll be posting a Cooking From Home episode every week.
Our healthcare heroes are on the frontline of this pandemic, serving our community everyday. And Atlanta restaurants recognize that and are stepping it up to deliver free, DELICIOUS meals to these heroes! If you and your family have the means to support local with a delivery or curbside pickup order and feel comfortable ordering delivery at this time, consider ordering a meal from one of these Atlanta restaurants. Stay home as much as possible, Atlanta. And stay safe!
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.
We’re going to need the Atlanta dining scene to cool down because we’re having trouble keeping up. Here are 7 new spots just opened in Atlanta to add to your list!
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!