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Grady dad, restaurant owner serves up a regal meal

Sophie Durham

May 28, 2015

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By Sophie Durham and Grace Dusenbury Located at 726 W. Decatur Avenue, the Imperial Bar fits in perfectly with Decatur’s artsy atmosphere. With a beautiful outdoor patio, it was the perfect spot for our Sunday lunch. The Imperial offers traditional pub food, including a fresh variety of salads, burgers, sandwiches and much more. Grady dad Jeff Bowie, father of sen...

Gas station breakfast pizza does not deliver

Gas station breakfast pizza does not deliver

April 20, 2015

A QuikTrip billboard along the interstate grabbed my attention because of its simplicity. A humongous slice of pizza filled the board, but something abo...

It’s easy as pie to leave Panbury’s with a happy stomach

It’s easy as pie to leave Panbury’s with a happy stomach

April 2, 2015

Forget apple, cherry and pecan. Panbury’s savory double-crust pies have quietly become a Sweet Auburn staple. Where other restaurants zig and zag, Panbury’s ...

Urban explorers reach base camp at Ladybird Grove

Urban explorers reach base camp at Ladybird Grove

March 18, 2015

Part Wes Anderson film, part campground, Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall is the new restaurant getting buzz in Old Fourth Ward. This campground-style eatery sits right on ...

Farmers Market Gives Taste of Russia, Sense of Home

Farmers Market Gives Taste of Russia, Sense of Home

Anna Poznyak

March 14, 2015

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Many Atlantants recognize Buford Highway Farmers Market for its wide variety of food from all around the world.  Just about 20 minutes from Midtown the...

A taste of Venezuela: Arepa Mia’s vibrant dishes delight

A taste of Venezuela: Arepa Mia’s vibrant dishes delight

February 19, 2015

I always thought there was no such thing as a perfect meal, and that’s not for lack of trying. I have sampled everything from snails to funnel cake, squab to eel i...

A conversation with Matt Weyandt: Grady alumnus, former politico and recent co-founder of Xocolatl

A conversation with Matt Weyandt: Grady alumnus, former politico and recent co-founder of Xocolatl

February 19, 2015

Krog Street Market, the long-awaited food-hall style market located at the corner of Krog St. and Irwin St., finally opened its doors on Nov. 24. The mar...

Bowled over by Bezoria

Bowled over by Bezoria

February 10, 2015

Watch out, Med. Grill. Bezoria, a newly opened Mediterranean restaurant located at 903 Peachtree St. NE, offers a Chipoltean dining experience with supreme qua...

Reopening of Timone’s brings back favored dishes

Sydney Wolfe

February 5, 2015

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Many people say the last thing Atlanta needs is another Italian restaurant. But I beg to differ. Like many others living in the Morningside area, I had been waiting for the Italian restaurant Timone’s (pronounced tih-moh-neyz) to reopen after it closed for renovations last fall. Timone’s is chef Ron Eyester’s third restaurant in Morningside Village, stationed adjacent...

Teenage Immigrant Reconsiders the Food of Her Childhood

Teenage Immigrant Reconsiders the Food of Her Childhood

February 4, 2015

By Anna Poznyak        As an immigrant, I feel nostalgia when I think of things from my country. One of the things I definitely miss and dream about...

New fast food chain comes to Ponce; replaces classic Zesto

New fast food chain comes to Ponce; replaces classic Zesto

February 3, 2015

By Kate Weatherby and Carson Fleming The new year welcomed a recent addition to the local restaurants around Grady, a fast-food chain, Cookout. Based ...

I don’t want none unless you’ve got buns, hon

I don’t want none unless you’ve got buns, hon

Margo Stockdale

January 23, 2015

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There are 7,173 miles between Atlanta and Beijing. A plane ride would take 16 hours and 25 minutes and cost more than $900. For under $20, however, (and j...

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