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Tierras Alto now closed in Virginia-Highland

Mexican restaurant Tierras Alto has closed its doors in Virginia-Highland.

The restaurant, which opened in August at 640 N. Highland Ave. in Atlanta, was previously known as Cafe Highlands… 103 more words

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Hattie B's Hot Chicken is coming to Atlanta

Here’s some news that’lll heat you up — Nashville standby Hattie B’s Hot Chicken is opening its first Atlanta location.

The restaurant will be located at 299 Moreland Ave. 177 more words

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Rachel's Food Tourism: The Screen Door

Welcome back to another segment of Rachel’s Food Tourism (my last one was about The French Laundry, if you want to check it out)! My husband and I took an impromptu trip to Portland last weekend and we had some amazing food (of course!).  597 more words

Dining Out: Centrale Bergham is massively meaty and bemusingly multicultural

Centrale Bergham
1611 Bank St., 613-695-8844 , centralebergham.com
Open: Monday to Thursday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to midnight, Friday 2 p.m. to midnight, Sunday noon to midnight… 830 more words


Little Donkey: A New Must Go-to in Cambridge

While I dined there a bit ago, I never got a chance to write my review of Little Donkey – the latest from James Beard Award winners Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette. 593 more words

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Mission Day

We stuck around in Chicago an extra day to work on another banner and to participate in “Mission Day”. Mission days are other coordinated events where you have a pre-determined amount of time to collect between 6 and 18 mission badges. 835 more words

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PizzaFire coming to Town Brookhaven

A new spot for pizza is coming to the Town Brookhaven development.

Akron, Ohio-based pizza franchise PizzaFire is set to open its first Atlanta location in 2017, according to a post on the Town Brookhaven Facebook page: 151 more words

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