Whether you’re the whiz of the group or the dunce, a trivia outing is about so much more than the questions themselves. While it’s definitely more fun when you win, there are several other factors that go into making trivia night a can’t-miss event. We hand-picked a few of our very favorite trivia spots both ITP and OTP based on their food and drinks (duh), the space itself, and, of course, the trivia.
Staying in town this holiday season and looking for some festive activities to get you in the spirit? We have you covered with all kinds of fun things you can do around the city whether it’s a family outing, romantic date night, or you wanna go out and get silly with the girls. Buckle up […]
*Queue the twinkling lights and joyful music* because it’s the most wonderful time of the year! Holiday season is here and in full swing all around Atlanta. We’ve put together a list of Christmas pop-ups and holiday pop-up bars for you and your besties or significant other to check out this season. There’s so many fun and festive things to do, you could try a new one every weekend until Christmas!
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!
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.
One of the oldest neighborhoods in town, Grant Park drips with history. It also drips with amazing food. From Mexican food to great rooftop patios, pizza to award winning pancakes; this neighborhood has it all. So where do you go when you’re in the area? We’ve got you covered. Check out this article for the best Grant Park eats!
Athens, Georgia is the greatest college town on the planet. The Classic City has everything, but what separates Athens from so many other college towns is its unbelievable food scene. Here are just a few of the finest restaurants in Athens near the UGA campus.
There’s no better way to start your day than with a breakfast sandwich. They’re hearty but not heavy, layered but not fluffy, and they taste so very good. We polled our 200,000+ Instagram followers about their breakfast sandwich preferences then compiled these findings into a tidy manifesto of the exact types that ATLiens like you love. Here’s what you had to say about breakfast sandwiches…
We’re keeping the comfort food train going with these hearty broths and stews around town to warm you right up! Get your slurp on with takeout or dine-in at these restaurants today!
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!
Living in the A, we may all gripe about the traffic and the 100 degree summer days, but something we all are proud of is the Atlanta airport. You don’t realize it until you visit other cities’ airports that Hartsfield-Jackson is just *built different.* It’s more efficient, with more shopping options, and of course, places to eat. Take a look at our list and hop aboard the plane train if you’re trying to find your nearest Chick-fil-a or if you’re in search of Ludacris’ chicken spot. We’ve got all the highlights (though if you want a full list of all 100+ spots here, check out atl.com!)
Atlanta is now home to five one-star Michelin-rated restaurants as well as a slew of other Michelin-recommended and Bib Gourmand restaurants, and we’re thrilled for the extremely hardworking talented chefs and entrepreneurs behind those ventures! But of course, being the die-hards that we are for the Atlanta food scene, we think there were a few […]
Some of the greatest foods include gluten: bread, pastries, pasta, cereal, soy sauce, and beer. That eliminates many of life’s greatest joys, but just because somebody can’t eat gluten doesn’t mean they can’t find some lovely foods to eat. Fortunately, Atlanta has a wide list of restaurants offering gluten-free options that will knock your socks off, whether you can eat gluten or not.
When you’re in the mood for something more lively than a simple dinner but you don’t want to commit to the club, a high-energy, rowdy dinner is just in order. We’ve got the full range in this post, from casual to more upscale, from fun and upbeat atmospheres to places where it’s totally okay to twerk on the tables if the music moves you to do so. Dive into our list, and let us know if we missed a spot.
Who is the Papi in Papi’s Cuban and Caribbean Grill? Owner Reynaldo Regalado’s father inspired the name with his delicious Sunday family meals, filled with love. Now, with the culinary expertise of his wife Teresa, Papi’s delivers one of ATL’s best Cuban sandwiches, tostones, coffee, tres leches and more.
Bulla is a Spanish word that means to “make a ruckus”. In MIdtown’s Bulla Gastrobar, it’s easy to see why they took that name. With lively crowds and a great bar, folks at Bulla look like they’re always having a great time. Plus, the kitchen is top notch, with a seasonal menu focused on tapas and shareable Spanish favorites.
Okay, so I’m kinda proud of being dubbed the “Food Guy of Atlanta” and I get asked by folks near and far, what is it Atlanta is truly known for from a dining perspective? In essence, what does Atlanta do best? I have a lot of answers to that question but one of those has to be we have kick-ass BBQ, and it only keeps getting better.
While it’s true that Atlanta is more known for things like lemon pepper wings, BBQ, and Southern cuisine, we do also have a small but growing and thriving vegan scene. You may have to venture over to roaming food trucks.
Just because a city is OTP doesn’t mean it can’t have a thriving restaurant scene. Buford is packed with fantastic restaurants of all types and cuisines, from the bustling downtown area to the outskirts. Whether you’re in the mood for refined fare with a Southern influence or deliciously authentic Chinese food, here are some of Buford’s finest eateries.
Slowly but surely, fall is arriving in Atlanta, and with that comes all the basic fall flavors and we are here for it. From freshly baked breads to steaming hot lattes, there’s something so comforting about an apple or pumpkin flavored treat. If you still say that you don’t like pumpkin spice, quit being a […]