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“The Trip to Italy” a journey beyond food

In “The Trip to Italy,” currently showing at the Landmark Midtown, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon play versions of themselves on an all-expenses-paid culinary roadtrip. … 562 more words

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A new era in entertainment-center fare

We seem to be entering a new era in entertainment-center fare. Dine-in movie theaters led the charge, improving food options in recent years. And now some metro Atlanta bowling alleys are upping their game. 239 more words

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First Look: The Florence in Savannah

The Florence is Hugh Acheson’s latest installment into the Savannah dining scene. A fusion of Italian and Southern cuisine, this is the restaurateur’s first foray outside of Atlanta and Athens. 498 more words

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Weekend Trip: Chattanooga’s Food Works

Chattanooga is less than two hours from Atlanta, making it a weekend destination aimed at adventure seekers and families alike. Similar to the refurbished warehouses that the city’s restaurants are revitalizing, chefs are easing culinary flair onto menus. 494 more words

Alexa Lampasona

Chastain Tavern open, Bellwoods opening, Chow Bing closed

Chastain Tavern open on Wieuca

Chastain Tavern has opened on Wieuca Road in the space previously occupied by Twisted Taco. “Created by four friends who saw an opportunity to bring a neighborhood tavern to the Chastain and Buckhead neighborhoods of Atlanta,” the seasonal menu is “paired with craft spirits and beers and an extensive wine list.” Look for the likes of chocolate-covered bacon, half-pound burgers, and entrees such as chicken and biscuits and miso-glazed sea bass. 167 more words

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Craft Izakaya grand opening tonight and more news

Craft Izakaya opening at Krog Street

Craft Izakaya, which softly opened over the weekend at Krog Street Market with friends and family events, will open to the public tonight. 230 more words

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Hugh Acheson's Savannah Restaurant: The Florence

On the other side of Savannah, away from the touristy vibe and hubbub of River Street is Hugh Acheson’s newest Southern spot: The Florence. The restaurant is a nod to both the city of Italy, and Savannah’s historical statue, “the Waving Girl” of Florence Martus. 608 more words

Alexa Lampasona