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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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This West Coast City Hates Lunch & Other Findings From New Study

This West Coast City Hates Lunch & Other Findings From New Study

by David Watsky | Ever wonder where your co-worker is actually headed when they leave for lunch? Turns out it may be easy to guess based on what city you live and work...

What makes a restaurant stand out?

What makes a restaurant stand out?

by Alycia Gordan | Dinners have countless options to choose from in 2019, owing to several restaurant openings and the quest to exoticism. The competitive market of restaurants...

Five Can’t-Miss Atlanta Restaurants From Ms. Juicy and Other Local Celebrities (TAKE 5)

Five Can’t-Miss Atlanta Restaurants From Ms. Juicy and Other Local Celebrities (TAKE 5)

Take 5 is a video series that explores a city’s thriving dining scene, hosted by our very own Joey Skladany. We feature five restaurants in five different...

Super Bowl Dining Guide 2019: The Best Restaurants in Atlanta 21:39

Super Bowl Dining Guide 2019: The Best Restaurants in Atlanta

by Joey Skladany | Atlanta: where the hair is high, the peaches are big, and the cuisine is lit. So lit...

Atlanta-Inspired Appetizers for Your Super Bowl Party

Atlanta-Inspired Appetizers for Your Super Bowl Party

by Pamela Vachon | Much like the halftime shows and commercials, not all Super Bowl Party themes are created equal. Fortunately for Super Bowl 2019, there is already a...

Eat Like a Local at Atlanta Airport 02:48

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...

Get a free cheeseburger on National Cheeseburger Day!

Get a free cheeseburger on National Cheeseburger Day!

by Anna Lanfreschi | September 18 is National Cheeseburger Day, and what’s better than celebrating this glorious holiday with a free cheeseburger? The correct answer is...

Game Day Grub Transforms at the Battery

Game Day Grub Transforms at the Battery

by Amritha Alladi Joseph | Take me out to the ball game and buy me some peanuts and… ahi tuna tacos? That’s right—you no longer need to resign to ball game bar food when attending...

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.

Atlanta Chef Savors Simplicity and Hands-On Learning

Atlanta Chef Savors Simplicity and Hands-On Learning

by Amritha Alladi Joseph | There are some things you can learn from a book or in school, but cooking and running a restaurant kitchen isn't one of them, according to Chef Adam...

Order Like a Regular at This 90-Year-Old Fast Food Spot

Order Like a Regular at This 90-Year-Old Fast Food Spot

We traveled to The Varsity to find out the must-have items and how to use their famous lingo to place your order. Read more.

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...

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...

Atlanta's Porter Beer Bar Is a Religious Experience

Atlanta's Porter Beer Bar Is a Religious Experience

by Meghan O'Dea | It was almost a decade ago that a man I was hopelessly smitten with took me to a little Atlanta hole-in-the-wall before a Mountain Goats concert. We...

This Popular Atlanta Hotel Played a Major Role in Supporting the Civil Rights Movement

This Popular Atlanta Hotel Played a Major Role in Supporting the Civil Rights Movement

by Samantha Facciolo | When the Hyatt House Regency , as it was known then, opened its doors in May 1967, it made a big splash on Atlanta ’s skyline. Architect John Portman...

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...

How the World’s Largest Drive-In Restaurant Has Operated for Nearly a Century 02:48

A Visit to the Varsity: How the World’s Largest Drive-In Restaurant Has Operated for Nearly a Century

by Sucheta Rawal | The dining scene in Atlanta has changed dramatically over the last few years. But one thing has remained constant for nearly a century...

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...

Buttermilk Fried Chicken

Buttermilk Fried Chicken

A southern classic, right in time for Mardi Gras. Get our Buttermilk Fried Chicken recipe.

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...

A History of Soul Food and Atlanta's Most Renowned Spots

A History of Soul Food and Atlanta's Most Renowned Spots

by Makeda Waterman | Other than Southern hospitality, Atlanta conjures up thoughts of good ‘ol soul food . It is cuisine with a culture in the African-American community...

Braised Rabbit with Garlic Caramel Sauce and Risotto

Braised Rabbit with Garlic Caramel Sauce and Risotto

Often overlooked, rabbit is a delectable, mild meat that makes a nice change from chicken, especially when braised so it stays tender. Here, it's paired...

Seared Salmon with Bacon and Spring Peas

Seared Salmon with Bacon and Spring Peas

This easy but elegant salmon dish speaks of spring; the rich fish is seared and paired with sweet Vidalia spring onions, fresh green peas, and applewood...

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...

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