Alongside mega-mansions such as Tyler Perry’s former Buckhead estate, this eight-bedroom palace off Northside Drive is about as close as well-to-do Atlantans can come to living like rural European aristocracy.
What was once a private events space at Staplehouse became a cozy cocktail bar called Paper Crane Lounge at the end of 2017. Hidden above the restaurant’s buzzy dining room, the 2018 Eater awards Bar the
Fu Li Zhang and Rachel Yuan, the owners of the super popular hand-pulled noodle house LanZhou Ramen on Buford Highway, plan to open two new noodle-centric restaurants in Duluth and Kennesaw, the AJC reports.
Whether this sprawling, remade Tudor from the 1920s is “flawless,” as the listing posits, is a matter of subjective taste. But whether it’s impressive is undebatable. Listed this week with Dorsey Alston
What’s the difference between “Southern” food, “soul” food, and “comfort” food? It’s hard to truly define. The term “soul food” was first coined in the 1960s, seemingly meant to describe the honest-to-goodness,
Midtown sandwich institution and popular late-night haunt Woody’s CheeseSteaks opened its second restaurant on Irby Avenue in Buckhead, What Now Atlanta reports. Located in the former Sabot Shoes space,
Seafood restaurant and bar Crab 404, owned by Jakkrit Tuanphakdee, opens Wednesday, October 2, in the former Food 101 on Roswell Road in Sandy Springs. The 100-seat restaurant features build-your-own boils
Most intowners could probably file this one under places they’ve walked by a hundred times and never had an inkling what was inside. That element of surprise is what makes this loft on Cabbagetown’s main
Salaryman, the latest restaurant from Michael Lo and chef George Yu (Suzy Siu’s Baos, Ramen Station, Noona), is open at Hosea and 2nd in East Lake. The Japanese-Korean restaurant resides in the former