We love a good Cuba Libre recipe – especially when it’s made with Santa Teresa 1796 rum. The rum comes from 5 generations of distillers, and is run through the original cask from 1796. On this episode of The Mix, host Julie Smith reviews the history of the popular rum and Cola drink before host Phil Armijo digs in with an easy to make Cuba Libre recipe for your home. Plus, you’ll find out the answer to the question “What’s the difference between a Cuba Libre and a rum and Coke?”
Everyone knows Buford Highway is where you want to be for hole-in-the-wall, authentic eats from all over the world. But if you’re not adding Buford Highway Farmer’s Market into your rotation, you’re missing out big time on one of Atlanta’s best food experiences. Here are some of our favorite can’t miss highlights.
Metro Atlanta’s The Battery Atlanta complex has only been around for a few years, but is already one of the City’s favorite restaurant destinations. That’s why it’s long past due for us to share our ultimate restaurant guide to the Battery. If you haven’t been yet, let us tell you – there’s nothing better than a summer or fall afternoon at the Battery with your friends and a ballgame on deck. Check out our list, prioritize your favorites and head to the Battery today!
If you’re like me, your hot girl summer turned into more of a “eating out a lot amd indulging a lot of cocktails” summer. And while there are #NoRagrets about that, it’s time for me to swap out french fries for a salad. Here’s a list of places around town that are always perfect when you need a meal that’s 🎵 so fresh and so green green. 🎵
So maybe we’re biased, but Atlanta really has got everything to offer for your destination bachelorette party. Here’s 29 ideas for having the ultimate Bachelorette party weekend in Atlanta, from which hotels and Airbnbs to stay, which restaurants to dine at, and which bars to have the most fun time with your girls.
The secret is out! Here’s where to find Atlanta’s most under-the-radar speakeasies, lounges and exclusive, members-only spaces.
When you’re craving a sandwich with a little something…extra delicioso you can always count on a Torta. We put together our Top Torta places with a focus on the most authentically mouthwatering, hard to find spots in Atlanta.
This tailgate Bloody Mary recipe is perfect for football season. With tailgates that can start early in the morning, there’s nothing better to get you loosened up for kickoff than a beautiful Bloody. Join our host Julie Smith and mixologist Phil Armijo for a Bloody Mary that’s brimming with flavor – and topped with your favorite garnishes. It’s all on the latest episode of The Mix.
Decatur is a city of contrasts. It has a small-town feel but is full of big city restaurants. It’s a quiet and unassuming community yet attracts some of the most prominent names in the food scene. Whether you’re craving a perfectly-poured pint of beer on tap or authentic French fare, you don’t need to look far in Decatur to find something that will hit the spot.
You wouldn’t initially think “tapas” when you think Atlanta, but it seems that the city really has taken to this type of cuisine imported from Spain. It feels like everyday a new spot is opening up where you can sip on sangria and gnosh on some patatas bravas, and we’re here to guide you exactly on where you can find the most tempting tapas around town.
Skip the cooking and cleaning tonight with a value-friendly, family-style meal for takeout!
Have you had a chance to check out our new YouTube show, “The Mix?” We’ve had a blast exploring show stopping cocktail recipes with our hosts, Julie and Phil. In case you’ve missed it, here are some of our favorite cocktail recipes we’ve explored so far, ready for you to try at home! (Step by step recipe and ingredients can be found in the YouTube description as well as linked in the title of each drink.)
Vegan Bakeries are all over Atlanta for those seeking a plant based goodie. Thanks to ingredients like flax eggs and vegan butter, all the delicious cakes, brownies, and cookies from your youth can fit your modern day vegan lifestyle. Here are the best places in Atlanta to get your next Vegan treat.
Whether you’re more into a low-key get-together or just want to booze it up, we’ve got you covered for any and every type of birthday celebration you’d like to have in Atlanta.
Originally a Brazilian dessert, açai bowls are dangerously addictive. A creamy frozen berry base with fresh fruits topped with granola and coconut, it’s basically THE perfect blend of flavors for your palette. For breakfast, lunch or dinner, açai bowls are spectacular at any hour. If you are passionate about this superfood like we are, check out our fav açai spots in the A.
Atlanta Eats presents our list of down and dirty neighborhood barbecue joints, from traditional to upgraded favorites, around the metro Atlanta area.
A gorgeous new cocktail bar, a new College Park brunch spot, and a burger called the “Juicy Lucy” with melty, ooey, gooey cheese cooked into the middle are some of the new things to hit the Atlanta dining scene this summer. Check it out!
There are not a lot of things better in the summer than a buttery lobster roll. Here are some mouthwatering ones to try around Atlanta, listed below in alphabetical order.
Atlanta, Georgia has more outstanding steak houses than any other city in America. There, I said it. Don’t get me wrong, we are great at BBQ, Soul Food, Asian, Italian, etc.–but it is with bold classic steak houses where we truly separate ourselves from other cities. When you’re a guy named “Steak,” you have tried a few over the years and here is my list of the 9 most perfect steak houses that totally define our city, listed below in alphabetical order.
What’s better than a fried chicken biscuit for brunch? A fried chicken biscuit *and* a cold pitcher of mimosas. Here are some of the best bottomless brunch deals happening now around town!