Food & Drink
All of these places have found inventive and delicious ways to use this vegetable in a range of products you might not necessarily associate with this Halloween staple, but there’s so much more to this versatile squash than jack ‘o’ lanterns.
Apple picking generally starts towards the end of July and runs through October. For your fall apple pies, applesauce and table fruit, go pick your own! Nothing will taste fresher or be more rewarding than apples you selected and picked yourself.
My friend recently told me about Whiskey Blue. It overlooks the city of Atlanta and has breathtaking views around 7:30PM. Enjoy those views and more during their Summer Smoke Series. Bring your friends and enjoy [...]
Oh yeah. I caught your attention with that headline. Not chicken and waffles like everyone else. Not chicken and mashed potatoes. CHICKEN AND CHAMPAGNE. Now I am not a big fan of fried chicken, but [...]
What is a Beer Geek? Is it a guy wearing a checkered shirt sporting Heineken green pants? Or a girl with a knack for collecting beer tops? Okay those were both extremely horrible guesses, but [...]
On August 15th, Skyland Trail is having a Southern Shindig at SweetWater Brewing Company! Yup, get ready for sweet tea and grits…mmm. Okay, that’s not what’s going to be offered at all. Here’s the deal. [...]
Atlantic Station is about to get finger-lickin’ good on Friday, August 15th with the Atlanta Bar-B-Q Festival! This yummy event starts on Friday from 4pm-10pm and will start again on Saturday from noon-8pm. This is [...]
We all know that I love food. I also love Downtown Atlanta. This week I get to combine both of my loves with–Downtown Atlanta Restaurant Week. There’s so much to offer this week, including traditional [...]
Atlanta is a burger town, but there are times when only a sandwich will do. Check out our favorites before planning your next lunch outing.
At first, I thought this event was celebrating the movie, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes! When I found out it wasn’t, I was a little disappointed. But then I read more about this and changed [...]