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Fried chicken and peach pie may sound like clichés, but they're just two comfort food staples that the city does best. But no matter what type of cuisine you're craving, you'll find it in Atlanta where everything is served up with a side of Southern hospitality.

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Inside an Iconic 90-Year-Old Drive-In

Inside an Iconic 90-Year-Old Drive-In

We go behind the scenes at the Varsity, one of the oldest and biggest drive-ins in the country. Read more.

Eat Like a Local at Atlanta Airport

Eat Like a Local at Atlanta Airport

by Sucheta Rawal | Airport food doesn’t always have to be greasy fast food, pre-packed sandwiches, and run-of-the-mill chain restaurants. Over 100 million passengers fly...

A Tuscan-American Love Story: How Cooking and Dancing Brought This Atlanta Couple Together

A Tuscan-American Love Story: How Cooking and Dancing Brought This Atlanta Couple Together

by Sucheta Rawal | An American girl travels to Italy, meets a charming Italian man, gets married, and together they live happily ever after. It sounds like a cliché love...

Smoked Fish Chowder

Smoked Fish Chowder

This smoked white fish chowder is rich and creamy but comes together in about 30 minutes, so it's a perfect indulgent yet easy weeknight meal (or last...

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Eat: Explore in Atlanta

This Atlanta Fried Chicken Is Served with a Side of History

This Atlanta Fried Chicken Is Served with a Side of History

by Ella Buchan | This unassuming American diner was the unofficial headquarters of the civil rights movement in Atlanta. The kitchen door...

Can the South’s Meat and Threes Bring Our Country Together?

Can the South’s Meat and Threes Bring Our Country Together?

by Karen Resta | Many Americans now live in a long winter of discontent during the tenure of President Donald Trump. The United States is so highly divided in the political...

Don't Judge a Road by Its Adult Video Stores: Cheshire Bridge Is a Food Lover's Paradise

Don't Judge a Road by Its Adult Video Stores: Cheshire Bridge Is a Food Lover's Paradise

by Frances Katz | Cheshire Bridge Road is an urban planning nightmare. It’s a confused strip of gas stations, storage facilities, smoke shops, adult video stores, and...

Spicy Korean Smoked Pork Barbecue

Spicy Korean Smoked Pork Barbecue

This Korean-inspired barbecue pork is slow-smoked per Southern tradition and deliciously spicy thanks to gochujang, Sriracha, and sweet chili sauce...

Drink: Explore Cocktails and Beverages in Atlanta

This Downtown Atlanta Sushi Restaurant Is the Modern-Day ‘Cheers’

This Downtown Atlanta Sushi Restaurant Is the Modern-Day ‘Cheers’

by Malika Bowling | People still wanna go where everybody knows their name. “Cheers,” the wildly popular television show from the 1980s called Boston home. Once inside...

11 Moonshine Cocktails That Are Worth the Trip to Atlanta

11 Moonshine Cocktails That Are Worth the Trip to Atlanta

by Karen Resta | Atlanta is sophisticated. The best of the South is here in terms of food, drink, chefs, and hospitality, but Atlanta also remembers its heritage, even...

Atlanta’s Modern Tearooms Are Still Steeped in Tradition

Atlanta’s Modern Tearooms Are Still Steeped in Tradition

by Amy Barnes | “The very act of preparing and serving tea encourages conversation. The little spaces in time created by teatime rituals call out to be filled with...

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