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Best Thing We Ate Last Week

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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. Check out AtlantaEatsTv on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter for a constant stream of pictures if this doesn’t quite cure your food porn fix…

Sushi Kiku (Buckhead)

For twenty-somethings trying to make ends meet in Buckhead, you’ve got to indulge at Sushi Kiku. They serve half-priced sushi every night. HALF PRICED! I mean it! Usually I fill up on miso soup and ginger salad to offset my elaborate sushi order, but in this case I double up on rolls and nix the healthy starters. Pictured below is a spicy tuna and Alaskan roll with salmon, cream cheese, and avocado.

Sushi Kiku

Burgerfi (Alpharetta)

Burgerfi is home to my favorite veggie burger on the planet. The “Veggiefi” consists of a combo quinoa and veggies topped with white cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato and Burgerfi sauce on a multigrain bun branded with its name. I order a double every time. The other stand out item that always makes it to my table is custard. Swirl with rainbow sprinkles and Oreos. I’m a creature of habit what can I say. Pro tip: you get custard for free if you check in on Facebook, post an Instagram or some other social promotion of Burgerfi!

Burgerfi Custard

Fellini’s (Sandy Springs)

It’s hard to find a bad pizza, but Fellini’s is home to the feeling and flavor of a great pie/slice. I chose veggie this week and downgraded to a medium for my supposed “diet”. The crust is filled with bubbles and the pizza as a whole is handed over piping hot. Good choice no matter what the occasion.

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Did I make you hungry? Lucky for you Atlanta Eats provides the perfect workday distraction! Search our site for videos of Atlanta’s top restaurants and be sure to tune in on Peachtree TV every Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10:30am!

Kyma Welcomes World-renowned Greek Cookbook Author & Chef Aglaia Kremezi

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What’s better than authentic Greek food in the heart of Atlanta? A five-course Greek meal prepared by a world-renowned chef and author! Aglaia Kremzei will join Executive Chef Pano Karatassos for a special evening at Kyma on Thursday, October 29 starting at 6 p.m.

This dynamic chef duo will pair a variety of Mediterranean vegetarian and seafood dishes with some of Greece’s finest wine for an unforgettable meal. Known best for her Mediterranean-inspired vegetarian options, you can be sure Aglaia has whipped up something unique for Kyma’s guests.

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Armed with years of knowledge and family secrets, Aglaia includes some of her most valuable Greek recipes in her award-winning cookbooks. After dinner, guests will take home a complimentary signed copy of her newest cookbook, Mediterranean Vegetarian Feasts. Aglaia will also be available to answer questions and mingle with guests throughout the night.

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Seats are available for $85 per person, including the cookbook. For reservations or questions about the event, guests can call Kyma at 404-262-0702.

Live Life with Gusto!

Gusto! Wood Fire Grill is making a name for itself in the fast-casual forefront of Atlanta. They serve up healthy affordable dishes and put a lot of love into their recipes. They are supporting a local friend who “lives life with Gusto” in a Zombie Run fundraiser and need your help to “Chayse the dream”.

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In Gusto’s neighborhood, there is a special place called the Shepherd Center. The Shepherd Center is one of the top ten rehabilitation hospitals in the nation for spinal cord and brain injuries. The patients and staff there inspire Gusto on a daily basis.  Recently, they met a young Shepherd Center patient who truly defines what it means to live your life with Gusto. His name is Chayse and here is his story in his own words.

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“My name is Chayse Wolf. I am an 18-year-old from Wilmington, Ohio. I graduated with honors in May of 2015 from Clinton-Massie High School. I was a captain on the football team and received All-Region honors. I was privileged enough to win two State Championships during my high school career. My older brother, Bayle, is a sophomore at West Point and a member of the Army football team. My younger brother, Jaycob, is a sophomore at Clinton-Massie High School and is on the varsity football and baseball teams. My baby brother, Ayden, is in the 3rd grade and is starting his first year of football. Football has been part of the very fabric of our family since I can remember. So, imagine my excitement when I earned a football scholarship to Lindsey Wilson College in Kentucky. I was prepared to report to LWC this fall to begin playing football at the next level while pursuing a business degree, in hopes of one day fulfilling my dream of opening my own gym. According to my life plan, everything was falling into place.

My plans were instantly derailed though on July 12th, 2015, when I was involved in an ATV accident in West Virginia while on a whitewater rafting trip with my dad, brother and friends. The ATV rolled over me, breaking my T-12 and L-1 vertebrae and distorting my spinal column. I was care-flighted to Ruby Memorial Trauma Center on the West Virginia University campus, where I had two surgeries to repair my vertebrae and realign my spinal column with metal rods. Even though my back was structurally repaired, the trauma to my spinal cord resulted in paralysis below my waist. I spent a week in ICU before being transported to The Shepard Center in Atlanta for 4-6 weeks of acute spinal cord rehab. Upon being discharged from the acute inpatient rehab, I will attend outpatient rehab several times a week for as long as I am making progress. I am determined to push my body to its limits in order to gain as much mobility and independence as possible.

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I refuse to let this injury define me! I realize now that God has a plan for my life that is far different than what I had envisioned and I want to live out HIS plan to the fullest. God instilled in me a passion for sports and physical activity. This injury will not prevent me from continuing to compete in these activities. I hope by overcoming this tragedy mentally, emotionally and, the good Lord willing, physically that I will be able to inspire others overcoming their own hardships. Once I’ve reached the full potential of my recovery, I’ll turn my focus back to obtaining my college degree.”

Gusto’s goal is to raise at least $15,000 to help cover a small fraction of Chayse’s medical expenses. They believe that life should be met with serious determination and a joyful heart, and Chayse does just that. They know the Gusto community will encourage Chayse in his recovery by spreading the word and giving. You can fund Chayse on his GoFundMe site http://www.gofundme.com/chaysethedream

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To thank those who give, we will commit to doing the following at each milestone we hit.

$1000 – Donors will receive a secret password to get a free frozen yogurt on a particular weekend.

$2500 – The Gusto management team will dress as the Anchorman news team and perform the song Afternoon Delight. Video will be shared with donors.

$10,000 – Owner, Nate, and Catering Manager, Ryan, will greet at Gusto’s front door while dressed as Gandalf and Frodo. . . during rush hour of course. Picture will be shared with donors.

$15,000 – Gusto owner, Nate, will recreate the iconic Burt Reynolds photo spread. . . you know which one we’re talking about. Picture will be shared with donors.

More milestones to be revealed once Gusto reaches their goal of $15,000. Gusto tells us they will be “epic”!

Gusto is also going to run from zombies while we Chayse the Dream. The zombie run is on October 24th in the amazing Guardian Center in Perry, GA. For more details visit https://zombierun.webconnex.com/ATL15R and join team, Live Life With Gusto or contact Boston@gustowoodfiregrill.com. Their goal is for every runner on our team to raise at least $100 to go to Operation Chayse the Dream. Runners will receive a special team t-shirt as a thank you.

Preview – Episode 607R

This week on Atlanta Eats we have an all-star lineup of some of the best food Atlanta has to offer. First up, we’re heading downtown to the barbecue sensation that is Twin Smokers. Where we eat our way through ribs and brisket and tour legendary side dishes. Then, what do you get when you combine a whiskey bar with a posh bistro? How about a wall of bourbon and duck confit sliders. It’s the ultra-cool, totally delicious Article 14 in Midtown. Finally we visit Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria where the only coal burning oven in Georgia churns out signature pies with a perfectly crisp crust.

If you’re not hungry….and thirsty, you’re not paying attention!

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Saturdays 7:30 pm & Sundays 10:30 am

Best Thing We Ate Last Week

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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. Check out AtlantaEatsTv on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter for a constant stream of pictures if this doesn’t quite cure your food porn fix…

Antico Pizza (Avalon)

The first pizza I ever tried at Antico’s flagship location was the capriciossa. It has the perfect ratio of artichokes, mushrooms, prosciutto and buffalo mozzarella and instantly quiets you and your feeding buddies. This pizza is a masterpiece of deliciousness and as much as you may not want to share, you should. It will bring happiness to anyone who consumes even a little bite- I guarantee it! Saturday was my first experience at the Antico at Avalon and it tasted just like I was over in Little Italia on the Westside. I do have one insight to share: they now limit sides of marinara sauce to 1 per pizza. Better to order more!

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Another Broken Egg Cafe (Johns Creek)

Sometimes all you need is batch of fried dough rolled around in a heap of sugar to brighten your morning. Beignets are simple, yet heavenly. Another Broken Egg is not a traditional Cajun establishment but man, does it know how to fry up some doughy delicacies! Don’t make the mistake of just ordering one batch- 2 is the way to go! Make sure to dip in their orange marmalade- it tastes so good it makes you forget where you are!

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Cafe Jonah (Buckhead)

Cafe Jonah is a bit off the beaten path (i.e. 100 yards from the Buckhead bar scene) and worth every step their direction. A sister spot to Souper Jenny, Cafe Jonah believes in healthy, homemade and locally sourced food. I indulged in a weekday breakfast with their special vegetable egg frittata topped with goat cheese, tomato sauce and arugula, a side of mixed berries and a gorgeously flakey croissant. I won’t neglect to mention the Dancing Goats Coffee. It had an incredibly rich roasted flavor that got my morning going!

Cafe Jonah

Did I make you hungry? Lucky for you Atlanta Eats provides the perfect workday distraction! Search our site for videos of Atlanta’s top restaurants and be sure to tune in on Peachtree TV every Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10:30am!

Cypress Street Pint & Plate’s 8th Annual Pig Roast

Need a hot spot to celebrate the start of football season? Head over to Cypress Street Pint & Plate for a patio pig roast. This is the perfect way to cheer on your favorite teams- with a beer in hand and BBQ on your plate. Go Dawgs!!!

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Via Caren West PR: Cypress Street Pint and Plate will host its eighth annual end of summer pig roast on Saturday, August 29, 2015 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on its expansive patio. While the main attraction will once again be a 100lb succulent, whole hog that the Cypress team smokes overnight, partygoers are also invited to enjoy an array of ice-cold SweetWater brews from the SweetWater Beer truck, King of Pops popsicles, live music from Stevie Q & The Sandels and much more. Hungry attendees have the option of purchasing individual plates of pork with the fixings and homemade sides or ordering off of the traditional Cypress menu. General admission is free. For more information for the eighth annual event, visit www.cypressbar.com.

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WHAT: Cypress Street Pint and Plate’s Eighth Annual Pig Roast

WHEN: Saturday, August 29, 2015, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

WHERE: Cypress Street Pint and Plate

 817 West Peachtree, Suite E-125

Atlanta, Georgia 30308

COST: Free to attend. 

CONTACT: For more information, visit Cypress Street Pint and Plate online at www.cypressbar.com 

CONNECT: Facebook –  www.Facebook.com/CypressStreet

Twitter and Instagram – @cypressstreet.   

Muss and Turner’s

Epicurean enthusiasts Todd Mussman and Ryan Turner only wanted one thing: to build the restaurant they would want to eat at. Turns out what they had in mind was just what Smyrna was craving, too: a gourmet deli and retail shop by day, full service beer and wine bistro by night. Using the finest fresh (and oftentimes local) ingredients, Muss & Turner’s menu is a gourmand’s fantasy. Without the gourmet pretense. After all, it’s a little hard to be pretentious while mowing on something like “The Bucky Goldstein.”

Ahhh, “The Bucky Goldstein.” House smoked beef brisket with a Carolina BBQ demi-glace, sliced sour pickles, and Dijon mustard, piled high with fried tobacco onion rings, and served on a French bun. Paired with a local craft beer, this enormous beef sandwich bursts with all the flavors you’re craving…and then some!

Not so big on beef? Try the open-faced NoMama Tuna Salad sandwich, which features albacore tuna, lemon aioli, kalamata olives, oregano, sun-dried tomatoes, and melted provolone, all atop a slice of heavenly honey wheat bread.

From poultry and fish to beef and bacon – oh, and plenty of fresh veggies! – And since everything is so delicious, Muss & Turner’s menu doesn’t make it easy to make a decision.

It would be thoughtless of us to not get serious for one second, and let you know that Ryan Hidinger, the sous chef at M&T, has been diagnosed with stage 4 gallbladder cancer. While he and his wife, Jen, remain upbeat and stay positive, your help is both needed and appreciated. Some 30 Atlanta restaurants are participating in fundraising for Team Hidi, with charity events and several have added a “Round Up for Ryan” line to guest checks, where diners can add a little extra to help the Hidingers pay for Ryan’s treatments. So please, head to M&T, Bacchanalia, Floataway Cafe, Abattoir, Local Three, Empire State South, and Five & Ten (which is in Athens), give them your patronage, and tell them you want to Round Up for Ryan.

Lure

Lure: To attract or entice. By Merriam-Webster’s definition, Lure, Fifth Group Restaurants’ Midtown fish house, is aptly named.

Like Ecco and Alma Cocina, two of Fifth Group’s other Midtown restaurants, Lure boasts a gigantic bar which is great for dining with a friend or two, or sampling some delicious craft cocktails. The restaurant itself deftly bridges the gap between elegant fine dining and friendly, accessible, low-key dinner. Stylish but approachable, Lure is the George Clooney of Atlanta’s restaurant scene.

Obviously, this being a fish house, the menu is heavy on the seafood, and you’re going to find some of the freshest fish in the city in Lure’s kitchen. And if your preference is for oysters or calamari…then Crescent Avenue in Midtown is where you need to be.

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Whether you’re looking for a pre-show meal, a happy hour spot or a power lunch, you can’t beat the small plates at Article 14!

Twin Smokers

There’s so much happening in downtown Atlanta! Just a block away from the Georgia Aquarium and Philips Arena, you’ve got bourbon and bbq that has the whole city buzzing. The beautiful thing is, they’ve got 9 menu items that are as close to perfection as you can get. True, they run out of meat most nights, but hey, tomorrow you gotta get her earlier. Let’s hang, at Twin Smoker’s BBQ!

Bistro Niko

In the beating heart of Buckhead is a French restaurant like no other in the city. With decor that’s reminiscent of the classic dining rooms of the 1920s, all that’s missing to make the place feel like burlesque Paris is a stage and Josephine Baker. Of course, if that’s what you’re missing, Atlanta has other places for you, you just won’t find Atlanta Eats cameras there (or, indeed, any cameras).

But back to the bar, because that’s usually where you’ll find the Atlanta Eats team. Along with an extensive wine list with a giant range of French reds, whites, and champagne, Bistro Niko stocks beers from France, Germany, Italy, England, and right here in Georgia.

And how about the food? Whether the charcuterie Grand Platter is your thing, or Herb Goat Cheese Ravioli, Shrimp En Brique or Steak Au Poivre, there is a classic French dish to match your palate, and the best thing is this: it’s all really good.

Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria

We’re always ready for pie, baby. Especially at Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria in downtown Atlanta, where the city’s only genuine coal-burning oven cooks up gourmet New York style pizza and wings. The menu also offers a full selection of fresh pastas, Italian sandwiches, salads, and desserts…but the coal-fired pizza and wings is where it’s at.

We don’t know what happens to a wing when it’s coal-fired. But we like it. These fall-off-the-bone lemon pepper wings are served with a garlic yogurt sauce…and lots of napkins. Dig in, get dirty, and save plenty of room for pizza.

Max’s pizza is famous for many reasons: the crispy-on-the-outside, chewy-on-the-inside crust; their super secret special red sauce; house made mozzarella; fresher than fresh ingredients. Whether you design your own pizza or order off of their specialty pizza menu (like, say, the Fontina & Wild Mushroom Pizza with caramelized onions and fresh oregano…) you’re sure to leave with a pleased pizza palate.

The Bishop

In Avondale Estates, change is in the air. Once a forgotten enclave outside of Decatur, it is now busting. Between breweries, distilleries and new restaurants, Avondale is becoming a destination worthy part of town. And one of the restaurants leading the way is The Bishop. It’s a neighborhood haunt, a wine shop and a southern restaurant all rolled up into one. And whether you’re coming in for some fried chicken or to fill a growler of wine, you’ll be counting the moments until you return.

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The Buckhead Diner is a true Atlanta institution.  For decades, it has been the go-to spot for diners wanting to dive into some of the best comfort food around; anything from a Reuben to a perfectly cooked cheeseburger. The Diner has groomed such superstar chefs as Kevin Rathbun, and has become a superstar in itself. Serving up blue cheese chips, James Beard award winning desserts and a fried chicken that is the talk of the town; one step inside and you’ll know you’ve found your new home.

Some of Atlanta’s Best Pimento Cheese Dishes

First, we need to establish two important details. A pimento is not a type of cheese, per say, but a pepper with sweet flavor and a mild heat that when blended with other ingredients creates a spread that is arguably the best thing you’ve ever put in your mouth.

That room for debate leads us to the second point: not all pimento cheeses are created equal. Because Atlanta Eats clearly takes this Southern staple seriously (and are spoiled by plentiful menus graced by the good stuff, whether indulging for breakfast, lunch, dinner or the ultimate snack), we’ve narrowed down five favorite local dishes for you to enjoy ASAP.

Empire State South – At this point, some born and raised Southerners are likely shaking their heads and swearing that (insert relative’s name here) makes the best pimento cheese they’ve ever tasted. Well, not all of us are so lucky. In that case, we embrace James Beard award-winning Hugh Acheson for Empire State South and Atlanta-raised executive chef Josh Hopkins as kin. Get your fix a number of ways here; we suggest starting with a small jar of pimento cheese with bacon marmalade. For earlier risers, the pimento cheese also makes a cameo appearance on the fried chicken biscuit.

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Grindhouse Killer Burgers – When an order of their freshly ground burgers, Boozy Shakes and crinkle cut fries can more than satisfy, we understand how a first-timer who is living fast and eating well could overlook the Cheesy Poofs. And that’s why we so urgently want to bring them to your attention. These fried pimento cheese nuggets are literally and figuratively golden, and can be found at the Piedmont Road and Athens locations.

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Smokebelly BBQ – From the same gents behind Tin Lizzy’s Cantina, The Big Ketch and Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails, Smokebelly BBQ arrived to East Andrews scene in Buckhead last year as a tribute to all things heartwarmingly Southern. While chef-crafted ‘cue may be the focus here, snacking on the pimento cheese served with pork rinds or house made crackers goes well with a cold drink, soul-warming tunes and good storytelling (read: juicy gossiping) on their welcoming front porch. We recommend this belly bite with a dash of salsa, too. Want more? Opt for their one-of-a-kind pimento cheese BLT plus smoked turkey on Texas toast. As Executive Chef Nagib Sued puts it, “The secret to our pimento cheese is in the aioli we use. And the aioli; well that’s a very closely guarded secret.”

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Fox Bros. BBQ – Green apples, pretzels, carrots, celery – we’ve dipped it all in pimento cheese before. But perhaps pimento cheese’s best sidekick is BBQ with all the fixin’s. That winning combination couldn’t be more apparent than with one bite of their Fox Bros. “Burger” – chopped brisket topped with bacon, tomato, red onion, pickles, jalapeno mayo and last but far from least, melted pimento cheese on a buttered, toasted sesame seed bun. Steadfast fans can stick to the classic pimento cheese sandwich, served cold or on Vienna bread.

Fox Bros Pimento Cheese

Buttermilk Kitchen – If you wake up in the morning with a craving for spicy cheese, head straight to Buttermilk Kitchen on the Chastain stretch of Roswell Road. Chef Suzanne Vizethann, who first debuted her culinary prowess and “mastered” pimento cheese at The Hungry Peach inside Atlanta Decorative Arts Center, serves up (gluten-free) pimento cheese grits as well as a pimento cheese omelet (made with pepper jelly and Benton’s smoked bacon) before 10:30 a.m. on weekdays mornings (the weekend brunch menu rotates), and the tables fill fast. Later lunch-goers can still get a taste of her masterful version served with pickles, pepper jelly and toast.

We’re tempted to keep listing, but at some point have to exercise a little dietary self-control. Let us know who we missed on this list, and tuned in to Atlanta Eats on Peachtree TV Saturdays and Sundays at 10:30 a.m. for more of the city’s best bites.

Written by Colleen Ann McNally

Preview – Episode 502RA

This week on Atlanta Eats we head to an Atlanta institution The Buckhead Diner for those decadent home-made bleu cheese chips and their mouth-watering classic burger. Next we’re off to Avondale Estates where the fried chicken at The Bishop is most definitely the talk of the town. Finally if you’re serious about tequila, we head to Mexico to bring you a behind the scenes look at the craft of tequila making with The Herradura Double Barrel Experience.

If you’re not hungry, you’re not paying attention!

Catch Atlanta Eats Weekly on PeachtreeTV
Saturdays 7:30 pm & Sundays 10:30 am

Best Thing We Ate Last Week

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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. Check out AtlantaEatsTv on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter for a constant stream of pictures if this doesn’t quite cure your food porn fix…

Sprinkles Cupcakes (Buckhead)

One of the perks of Atlanta Eats location is our proximity to Sprinkles. We all take turns stocking the office with dozens of Sprinkles because who can drive by without buying any?! Red velvet never goes out of style around here.

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Leon’s Full Service (Decatur)

As resident “French Fry Aficionado”, I know a good fry when I bite into one. The fry cone is usually a good indication that care and quality has been stuffed inside these pretty fried potatoes. Leon’s puts so much attention into their fry presentation that they even have a menu of specialty ketchups including: garlic aioli, goat cheese fondue, peppercorn gravy, masaman curry, chili-sorghum and many more. If you opt for Heinz, they may make a curt gesture but they keep it stocked in the back too.

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The Flying Biscuit (Sandy Springs)

This Atlanta staple may be popping up in every neighborhood, but the quality is not compromised by its quantity I can assure you. I opted for the “Hollywood Omelet” which sounds pretentious but after devouring it I realized it has every right to be. Spinach and mushrooms are sautéed with egg whites and cheese. I substituted white cheddar for goat cheese and was pleasantly surprised by the contrast of flavor with the warm tomato coulis served on top. Flying Biscuit’s grits were out of control with cream cheese richness pouring through. Every dish is served with a biscuit to guarantee you won’t go home hungry.

Flying Biscuit

Did I make you hungry? Lucky for you Atlanta Eats provides the perfect workday distraction! Search our site for videos of Atlanta’s top restaurants and be sure to tune in on Peachtree TV every Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10:30am!

Food Trends Taking The Spotlight

Are you food-forward or feel a little behind on epicurean updates? From the Cronut craze and beyond, we want to make sure our Atlanta Eats audience is in the loop with everything trending in the food marketplace! Here are the topics on the top of our food-news radar:

Shake Shack Tattoos

If you’re a burger enthusiast, you can now LITERALLY wear you fandom on your sleeve. Tatt it up with Shake Shack’s new collection of funky burger, hot dog, fries, robots and skulls.

Shake Shack

Brownie Batter Oreos

Can Oreos get any more addicting? Brownie + Oreo= eating sleeve after sleeve of chocoholic heaven. Oreo Thins also stealing some spotlight and reminding us of the days when “100 Calorie Packs” were the greatest gift to earth since sliced bread.

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Brands of Craft Beer No One Expected…

Lululemon Since Lululemon creates it, it must be healthy right? We are deeming this craft can as “Calorie free” if you do enough. Pure Barre classes in Lulu’s finest. As announced via Instagram and NY Daily News:

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Wheaties From athletic inspiration to a frat-boys dream beer, it only makes sense that Wheaties is changing paths from cereal to alcoholic beverages. Look out for “Hefewheaties” is sure to be served as a breakfast of champions!

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Pumpkin Spice Back at It

We thought all pumpkin spice options had been exhausted, but here comes the treat we’ve all been waiting for…pumpkin spice Jell-O shots! Football season here we come! (Follow @maradavis2000 for her thoughts on the subject)

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More Crazy Combos from Dominique Ansel

Cronuts are still cool, don’t get us wrong, but burrata soft serve is what’s really in these days. It’s served at Dominique Ansel’s NYC mainstay with balsamic reduction drizzled on top. We need an Atlanta chef to replicate this recipe!

Dominique Ansel

Know a food trend we need to tell to the masses? For any recommendations please email skye@atlantaeats.com