Downtown Woodstock has a fresh new spot – in more ways than one – with Canyon’s! Serving incredible fresh products in an American style menu, Canyons locally sources everything for a mouthwatering meal in an incredibly lively environment. They use Angus beef on all their incredible burger options, but they have great selections for those looking for something on the lighter side, including a mushroom portobello meatless burger and delicious salads. Whether you’re walking up to their window for a burger on the goal, or hanging out on the patio during a beautiful downtown Woodstock day, you’ve gotta head to Canyon’s!
A dumpling is some truly magical foodstuff, found throughout all different cultures around the world. From Poland’s pierogi, to China’s soup dumplings, to the American South’s chicken and dumplings, we love this food in all its glorious forms. Here are some fantastic ones around town, no matter what style you’re craving. BBQ Corner 2 […]
Uncle Jack’s brings their premiere service and incredible dishes to Roswell’s Canton Street, one of Atlanta’s most charming dining destinations. In fact, inspired by the area’s rich history, owner Willie Diegel is harkening back to classic dishes with Oysters Jackefeller, Lobster Thermidor, and Duck confit ravioli – along with what you know and love from their Duluth location, like their famous Bacon Racks. Hang out on the lawn outside and head in for something delicious at Uncle Jack’s on Canton Street.
It’s a dinner and a show, all in one. Here’s a list of spots around ATL serving up some fun and flavorful hibachi, cooked right before your eyes at your table! Extreme Teriyaki Grill Express This little strip mall type of spot is certainly nothing fancy, but is definitely affordable–likely one of the last places […]
Nothing tastes the way mama makes it, and that’s especially true for some of Atlanta’s best chefs. The love of food – or anything for that matter – comes from special childhood moments. And there’s nothing more special than tasting something your mother made you with love. That’s why these 5 Atlanta restaurants all make incredible meals – they’re influenced by taste, smell and sight of the dishes we grew up loving.
They call Georgia the Empire State of the South, and with all the snowbirds who have migrated from New York City, you could say ATL and NYC are almost sister cities. So it makes perfect sense that the delicious, dry aged steaks from Uncle Jack’s Meat House are only available in two locations
We love a margarita as much as anybody else, but this Ruby Red Paloma Recipe with Herradura Silver Tequila will elevate your Cinco De Mayo celebrations. Host Julie Smith is digging in to a flight of Herradura from Mixologist Phil Armijo, and learning the subtle and not so subtle differences between Herradura’s silver, reposado and anejo tequilas. Then, they dig in to a perfect-for-summer Ruby Red Paloma recipe with incredible grapefruit flavors and fizz from Fever-Tree’s Sparkling Pink Grapefruit Soda. Get the entire ingredient list below, then dig in to more from the mix at themixga.com
It’s only fitting that the national fast food fried chicken sandwich wars have also played out on the local level at Atlanta’s restaurants. With a city packed full of so many talented restaurateurs, it’s pretty much inevitable that there have been some mean chicken sandwiches created all over ATL. Here are some of our favorites–let us know on social media if we missed out on any of your favorites!
If you haven’t been paying attention to the Atlanta Hawks this year, then you’re missing out on seeing the team’s new Serbian superstar, Bogdan Bogdanović. After three years in Sacramento, Bogie signed with the Hawks this past offseason and immediately began his search for some savory Southern Cooking.
Fusing culinary experiences with a fondness for farm-to-table fare, From the Earth Brewing Company is more than a microbrewer.
Atlanta has always been a City on the rise, with folks all over the country packing up and heading down to the Empire State of the South. That’s what owner Timmy Phillip did and why his Black Bear Tavern is an oasis for Chicago expats living in Dixie.
Where does East meet West in the South? At PONKO chicken! This Japanese inspired fast casual restaurant was a Stone Mountain institution until it took a break for a few years after the 2008 recession.
A modern expression of the classic American steakhouse, Arnette’s Chop Shop focuses on amazing decor, impeccable service, and an unbelievable steakhouse menu from Chef Stephen.
The Nest Cafe is a full service European Bistro located in downtown Alpharetta, serving up paninis, soups, salads, gelato, and specialty beverages made fresh to order in a casual and welcoming environment.
What do you get when you combine delicious, expertly made sushi, a Robata bar and a brewery featuring 13 original beers on tap?
If you’ve ever been to New Orleans, you know it’s a City with its own flavor and spice. But if you can’t make it out there, you can get all the flavor and spice you need at Louisiana Bistreaux.
Atlanta’s best Cuban, Dominican and Puerto Rican food can be tough to define. The approach to cooking for all three of these come from the same history – a mash up of the native cultures that lived on each island, along with flavors from the colonizers’ native Spain, and the West African traditions of the enslaved who were brought to those Islands by traders.
We may be biased, but we think Atlanta is the perfect weekend travel destination, especially for food lovers! Here’s how you can spend a foodie-centric 48 hours in ATL!
When the sun is out and the air is warm, you better believe we’re all eating outside! Enjoying a drink and a meal on a patio just makes everything a little better. Check out one of these cool restaurants that offer the perfect patio atmosphere and even better food!
We’re so lucky as a city to be able to enjoy all the unique flavors and cuisines from Buford Highway’s hidden gems. Here are 7 of our favorites that you must try!