Sarah spends most of her time cooking, going out to eat, talking about going out to eat, watching tv about eating, and sometimes creating ads for one of the world’s largest soda brands (we’ll give you one guess who). Fun fact: she was once pushed down in the Atlanta airport by DMX, who didn’t even apologize. X-Gon give it to ya... straight to the face with his backpack, we guess.
The ATL Hit List: The Best New Restaurants in Atlanta
The ATL Hit List: The Best New Restaura...
The best new restaurants in Atlanta.
The First Timer’s Guide To Eating & Drinking In Atlanta
The First Timer’s Guide To Eating & Dri...
You’re in Atlanta for the first time ever. Where do you start? Start with us.
Momonoki is a Japanese spot in Midtown serving ramen, katsu, and donburi, and has a cafe attached with matcha and soft-serve.
This Savannah-based chain made its way to West Midtown, and it's a perfect spot for a unique sandwich for lunch or a casual dinner.
Miso Ko is a small sushi spot in Ponce City Market, with a long menu of fresh fish for dinner and grab-and-go options perfect for lunch.
If you’re looking for a modern steakhouse with all the classics, head to Arnette’s Chop Shop in Ashford Park, just make sure you’re hungry.
The famous Nashville chain opened a location in Little Five Points and while the waits are still long, their hot chicken is definitely worth it.
Tiny Lou's is a French restaurant in the Clermont Hotel in Old Fourth Ward, and where you should bring a date or an out-of-towner for a nice dinner.
The Bar Greatest Hits List: The 17 Best Bars In Atlanta
The Bar Greatest Hits List: The 17 Best...
The 17 best bars in Atlanta, according to us.
Little Trouble in West Midtown, feels like a bar from the future, with its dimly, neon-lit space along with yuzu cocktails and sake juice boxes.
Northside Tavern in West Midtown has been around since 1972, and is a classic dive bar with cheap drinks and live music nightly.