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The Best Things We Ate Last Week

by Skye Estroff

You could say it’s always a feeding frenzy at Atlanta Eats’ HQ, but to us it’s just another hard day’s work. We’re sharing the best things we ate last week to give you some food inspiration for the week ahead.

What to Eat to Beat the Heat

by Skye Estroff

Surviving summer in the south requires some strategy. (Say that 5 times fast…and go!) At Atlanta Eats, our strategy is the most logical- cool off with ice cream, of course! Restaurants are stepping up to the plate with cool concoctions and upgraded favorites. We sacrificed our beach bodies to taste test flavors for ya’ll, you’re welcome. Here are our top contenders, try them and let us know if we should add more to our running list!

Atlanta Street Food Festival 2015

by Skye Estroff

For the fourth year, Atlanta’s food truck fanatics will experience a day dedicated to the city’s finest food truck fare as the Atlanta Street Food Festival rolls into Piedmont Park on Saturday, July 11, from noon to 10 p.m.

Celebrate Mid-Summer With Marlow’s, Plus Enter to Win a Trip to South Africa!

by Krista Miller

Marlow’s Tavern is toasting the season with six weeks of Midsummer Cocktail Party fun from Tuesday, June 23 to Monday, August 3. Guests are invited to join in the celebration with a classic cocktail party featuring handcrafted drinks, craft beers and bold South African wines.  The festive beverages will be accompanied by a menu of […]

From Beer to Wine, Here’s What To Drink For Summer Fun

by Krista Miller

Cheers to football season! Here’s What You’re Drinking:  If you wander the aisles of any beer store, and it’s easy to become overwhelmed with the choices. So we asked Kraig Torres of Hop City to give us some pointers on what to choose.   What  should we keep in mind when it comes to grilling […]

Say Happy Birthday to 4th & Swift With This Epic Meal

by Krista Miller

4th & Swift is turning 7 and having one heck of a celebration. To bring in his 8th year serving up some of Atlanta’s best food, Jay Swift is bringing back some of the best chefs to grace his kitchen over the years. This esteemed alumni group will be serving up a seven course dinner including […]

Fire + Liquor + Ice Cream = Father’s Day Dessert | Mom Thyme

by Mary Kennon Lewis

  Father’s Day is coming up and what better way to celebrate Dad than to whip up a manly dessert that the whole family’s going to love!  This year, I get to spend Father’s Day with both my Dad and my husband and can’t wait to make them one of my very favorite dishes, Bananas […]

Welcome the Solstice with Cooks & Soldiers

by Krista Miller

On Tuesday, June 23, from 7 to 9 p.m., James Beard Foundation Award semi-finalist chef Landon Thompson of Cooks & Soldiers in West Midtown will welcome chef John Eisensmith from Six Plates in Durham, N.C. and Diane Flynt, founder and cider maker at Virginia’s Foggy Ridge Cider and a 2015 James Beard Award semi-finalist, for a special guest chef dinner […]

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Great Call | Buckhead Diner

by Krista Miller

Deciding on where to eat can be tough in a city as full of great spots as ours. That’s why, every Tuesday we’re making the call, and giving you the inside scoop. This is Tuesday’s Great Call.

Best Outdoor Patios To Soak Up Atlanta This Summer

by Dana Rubin

Summer in Atlanta is the perfect time to take advantage of all the city has to offer. There are so many great neighborhoods to explore, and what better way to take in a neighborhood than eating your way through it! On a beautiful Atlanta summer day, the best way to enjoy a meal is outside. […]

The Pinewood Opening Up New Spot at Ponce City Market

by Krista Miller

  From the founders of Decatur’sThe Pinewood comes Mercury! Brooks Cloud, Julian Goglia, and Mike Blydenstein will be opening The Mercury, a cocktail-focused, classic American eatery, at Ponce City Market in late 2015. Inspired by the culture of the 1960’s, the restaurant will offer updated takes on Mid-Century American cuisine and classic cocktails. Cloud, Goglia, […]

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Eat Like a Cave Man at Table & Main

by Krista Miller

Paleo lovers rejoice! If you’re eating cave-man style, but miss going out to eat, Table & Main has you covered. They are cooking up some great entrees that you can enjoy whether you are paleo-ing, doing a Whole30 or if you just want great food. Every Wednesday,Table & Main are prepping a mid-week healthy choice with […]

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Eat Your Way Through Grant Park

by Krista Miller

  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 you’re in area? We’ve got you covered!   For Breakfast: There’s one […]

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An Evening of Bourbon and Rye

by Krista Miller

  Per South City Kitchen: At South City Kitchen Vinings, we take our brown spirits very seriously–and we’d like to share what we know with you. Join them for an evening with beverage manager, Jonathan Houle, to linger and learn about bourbon and rye on June 17th. You’ll start the evening with your choice of a […]

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Serpas Getting Down Low Country Style

by Krista Miller

  Serpas True Food,  in  Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, is set to host its annual Crawfish Boil on Saturday, June 6, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Guests are invited to grab a bib and join some good, old-fashioned bayou fun led by New Orleans native and executive chef Scott Serpas. The Crawfish Boil will […]

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