Last week, I had the opportunity to try out the new summer menu at Seasons 52, which is now available at the Buckhead and Perimeter locations. The Seasons 52 concept offers dishes made with seasonally-fresh ingredients, a rotating menu that always offers something new, and the reassurance that every dish you order has less than 475 […]
Chef Jennifer Levison’s New Book “Souper Jenny Does Salads” Proves That Local Soup Maven is About Way More Than Just Soup!
Chances are, if you live in Atlanta and you love healthy, delicious, fresh food, you’ve eaten at one of Chef Jennifer Levison’s restaurants, Souper Jenny and Café Jonah. You may have even caught Jenny on one of her many appearances on the Today show, where she cooks up delicious seasonal soup (and now salad!) recipes […]
If you’ve been hearing the buzz about Chef Ford Fry’s new restaurant The Optimist lately, tonight is your chance to check it out – and for a great cause! It’s time for the monthly Atlanta’s Table Supper Club, benefitting Atlanta Community Food Bank. It’s simple: dine out tonight at The Optimist and 20% of your […]
I grew up on the west coast of Florida. As a kid, I was spoiled with seafood. Seafood to us was the freshest possible – many times we would watch our lunch or dinner being pulled from the Gulf of Mexico while we waited. One of our favorite places was Hap Clark’s Fish House – […]
This Just In! Hollywood Comes to No. 246 in Decatur! Restaurant Temporarily Closed for Filming – March 25-30, 2012!
Big congratulations to our friends at No. 246 in Decatur! From all day on Sunday, March 25 through lunch service on Friday, March 30, No. 246 in Decatur will be temporarily closed to the public due to film production. A movie called A.C.O.D. will be filming at the restaurant during this time. No. 246 Owners and Chefs Ford Fry […]
Whiskey Lovers, Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day Early with a Bushmills Whiskey Dinner at Fadó Tonight! Tuesday, March 13, 2012
It’s St. Paddy’s Week and it’s definitely my favorite time of year. Every year, I look forward to my eating St. Patrick’s dinner at my parents’ house, the entire kitchen filled with the aroma of corned beef and cabbage, potatoes boiling on the stove, hot soda bread dripping with butter… Okay, now my mouth is […]
Atlanta Ballet and Meehan’s Public House in Sandy Springs Honor Music Legend Johnny Cash with a Special Dinner – March 15, 2012
For your listening pleasure, while you read this post! Johnny Cash is one of my all-time favorites. When I was a kid, he lived in my hometown, Port Richey, Florida, next door to my parents’ best friends, in the house that his wife, june Carter Cash, inherited from her parents on the Pithlachascotee River (we had […]
Atkins Park Tavern in Virginia-Highland Celebrates 90 Years with a Prohibition Dinner – Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Someone once told me, you learn something new every day – today I learned that Atkins Park Tavern in Virginia-Highland is Atlanta’s oldest continuously licensed tavern. Now that is definitely something to celebrate! To commemorate turning 90 next month, Atkins Park Tavern is hosting a special Prohibition Dinner on Wednesday, February 29, 2012. Featuring dishes that […]
When good friends get together to share a meal, something special happens. When it happens in the South, it’s even better. For Angie, Michael, Sean and me, it’s a rare treat to get to sit down, catch up and share a meal – South City Kitchen’s “A Taste of New Orleans” was a perfect choice. Now through Saturday, February 11, […]
I first met Chef Asha Gomez at one of her amazing Spice Route Supper Club dinners, which she held out of her home on the westside of Atlanta. The moment you entered her townhouse, the rich smell of Indian spices greeted you and led you upstairs to her dining room, where the low lighting and […]