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Pig and Pearl opening KR expanding and more dining news

Pig and Pearl opening

The Pig and the Pearl, the new Atlantic Station smokehouse and seafood concept from chef Todd Richards of the Shed, is soft opening this week and taking reservations for August 4. 258 more words

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First Look: Polaris at the Hyatt Regency

There are a couple of things you need to know before planning a trip to Polaris — the everything-old-is-new-again revolving restaurant atop the Hyatt Regency: 108 more words

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Smart cooking at One Eared Stag

The food geek in me likes no restaurant in Atlanta half as well as One Eared Stag. He loves reading the menu, can never decide among a half dozen different dishes to try and never frets about the bad acoustics and uncomfortable seats. 144 more words

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Chef Asha Gomez confirms Cardamom Hill closing

Chef/owner Asha Gomez confirmed this morning that after dinner service on July 28 she will close Cardamom Hill, the critically acclaimed Indian restaurant she opened on Northside Drive in Berkeley Heights in January 2012. 460 more words

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Five Trucks to try at the Atlanta Street Food Fest

In its third year, the Atlanta Street Food Festival returns to Piedmont Park on Saturday, with a lineup of more than 40 food trucks, and a portion of the proceeds going to the Giving Kitchen, a nonprofit charity that provides crisis grants to members of Atlanta’s restaurant community facing unanticipated hardship. 356 more words

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Bartaco and Delia's open and more restaurant news

Bartaco now open

Barcelona Wine Bar spinoff Bartaco is open in the Dixie Packing building on Atlanta’s Westside. With four locations in New York and Connecticut, the Mexican-style concept features “upscale street food,” including tacos with the likes of fried oysters, wild boar and sesame rib-eye, plus tamales, gorditas, rice bowls and chef’s combo trays. 218 more words

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The Story Behind Ray's At Killer Creek Renovation

One of the “OTP” gems is Ray’s at Killer Creek, a riverside dining destination for Alpharetta locals. Earlier this year, the restaurant completed a transformation of both atmosphere and cuisine to a brighter coastal inspired interior and a seafood-centric sharable plates menu. 370 more words

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