Food and Drink
Atlanta adores its chicken sandwiches and especially when they're homegrown.
- Meet a relatively new local to the scene: How Crispy Express, a Summerhill spot that keeps it simple while keeping it interesting — and without chasing the hot chicken bandwagon.
This is the last weekend for Candler Park's beloved Gato restaurant.
Why it matters: Gato, which takes its name from the Spanish word for cat, jump-started Atlanta's pop-up dining scene more than a decade ago. Its owner, Nicholas Stinson, has given a platform and a home to Atlanta chefs since taking over the restaurant in 2012.
Taco Mac. LT's. Jamal’s. There are plenty of spots to get lemon pepper wings in Atlanta but who stands out above the rest?
- Here are six terrific places to get lemon pepper — dry or wet — wings.
Sera and Jason Speegle worked in the restaurant industry for two decades.But in July 2021 they opened The Fountain on Acworth's Main Street and fulfilled a longtime dream for a business of their own.
What's happening: After first offering just evening cocktails, The Fountain recently added a morning shift with coffee and pastries to their repertoire.
Going out is fun, but who doesn't like a deal? Here are a few food and drink specials in Atlanta you can take advantage of during the week.
Did someone say rooftop? Enjoy a drink with a view at these spots while the weather is still lovely.
Why it matters: Lofty bars and restaurants are multiplying as new developments crop up across the city.
Looking for a lunch that could become a dinner, tomorrow’s lunch or maybe another dinner — and that’s packed with fresh-cooked and prepared raw food? Head to Tassili’s Raw Reality.
Catch up quick: Founded by Tassili Ma’at, the fast-casual spot in West End rolls the biggest and tastiest raw food wraps.
If you’re looking for a creative take on the Chinese American food that has played a fascinating role in the country's culture and cuisine, head to Big Boss Chinese on 10th Street.
Why it matters: Late last year, celebrated chef Guy Wong opened Big Boss Chinese, his long-awaited interpretation of Chinese American food, in the same Midtown restaurant space where his mother owned and operated Chinese Buddha.
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