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Restaurants deceive people with hydroponic lettuce

Carson Shadwell

March 13, 2013

Filed under Dining

BY CARSON SHADWELL Around Atlanta a new restaurant trend is taking over, and customers are quite literally eating it up. The past few years have seen a drastic increase in places offering meals similar to those found at fast-food restaurants, but incorporating a gourmet twist. With the opening (and sudden closing) of Waffold, a North Highland establishment offering everything...

D.B.A. Barbeque smokes the competition

The Southerner

December 17, 2012

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BY COLIN BRAY Many people have not heard of D.B.A., a local barbeque joint tucked away around the back of a building on North Highland Avenue. Or maybe they’ve heard about it, but they’ve never been there. The few people I’ve talked to whohave been there, however, generally regard it as a pretty decent restaurant. And from my experience there, I’d have to say that...

Holiday Recipes

Holiday Recipes

December 13, 2012

BY DECLAN FARRISEE The holidays come once a year, and for many people, the food can be just as important as the gifts. I know that’s true for ...

Late-night dining with The Southerner

Late-night dining with The Southerner

December 13, 2012

[wzslider autoplay="true" info="true"] Recently, more and more of my friends have been talking about  visiting 24-hour restaurants at obscure hour...

Local bakeries make the cake, and take it too

Local bakeries make the cake, and take it too

November 29, 2012

BY MEGAN PRENDERGAST From Inman Park to Decatur, neighborhoods across Atlanta have a variety of sweets to offer the city.   The Atlanta Cupcake Factory   Located in Poncey-Highland,...

Dining Guide To Buford Highway

Dining Guide To Buford Highway

November 1, 2012

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Cameli’s takes its original menu to L5P and beyond

The Southerner

October 15, 2012

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BY JOLIE JONE Imagine juicy artichoke hearts, spinach, onions, fresh tomatoes, mozzarella and pesto spread across oven-roasted rosemary focaccia bread. “My favorite thing [on the menu] is the veggie panini, Mmmmmm!” Linden Taber, Grady alum and employee at Cameli's, said. “I also love the monster slice, of course, it is epic and delicious.” Cameli’s is an...

Sublime Doughnuts brings monster out from within

Sublime Doughnuts brings monster out from within

March 6, 2012

By Elizabeth McGlamry As I watched the dozen doughnuts dwindle away and powdered sugar pile up in front of me, I wondered if eating four large doughnuts...

Hinton wraps up Tortillas style burritos with a personal twist

Hinton wraps up Tortillas style burritos with a personal twist

February 3, 2012

By Gracie White Any city worth its margarita salt has its signature burrito restaurant, that place locals love and tourists don’t know exists. In...

Shoppe slices way through Midtown

The Southerner

February 3, 2012

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By Taylor Allen The scent of freshly sliced meat lingers as customers walk under the black-and-white checkered awning into the store. To the left is a wall of wines and a refrigerator filled with prepared meals, cake, ice cream and cheese. To the right, a variety of meat is visible through a glass display, accompanied by the smiling faces of employees. About a year ago, Greg...

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