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Buckhead Superica opening soon and other Atlanta food and restaurant news you might have missed this week


Restaurateur Ford Fry confirmed to the AJC that the second location of Superica will open soon. He said that while a firm date “is not quite set yet,” the projected opening is the end of May or early June. 428 more words

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This Marietta restaurant has brisket unlike any you've had before

When AJC food critic Wyatt Williams recently visited Nigerian restaurant FAD Fine Dining in Marietta, he was encouraged by the owner to order the suya, a grilled beef brisket dish. 232 more words

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After 30 years, does Murphy's in Virginia-Highland stand the test of time?

The cluster of shops and restaurants near the intersection of Virginia and Highland avenues is enough to make an urbanite salivate. There’s an Italian market with a fine cheese selection, a hardware store where you can catch sports games while shopping for nuts and bolts, a bike shop that sells used toe clips. 293 more words

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First Georgia Firebirds Wood Fired Grill opening in Alpharetta in May

A Charlotte-based steakhouse chain is making a play for Georgia.

Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, will open its 39th location — and first Georgia store — May 9 at The Atwater at 2665 Old Milton Parkway in Alpharetta. 127 more words

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Dinner is served with this delicious Cacio e Pepe recipe cooked with Georgia-made butter

The name of this recipe is Italian for “cheese and pepper” but it could perhaps be called “Cacio e Pepe e Burro” for “cheese and pepper and butter.” 197 more words

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A delicious Cinco de Mayo cocktail recipe from Staplehouse


After I pushed the button on this week’s Food & Drink story on how to throw a Cinco de Mayo party, it occurred to me that I should have written a disclaimer: You don’t have to break out the booze to enjoy Chef Eddie Hernandez’s fantastic chilaquiles or the spring-y Strawberry Tres Leches Cake I developed. 385 more words

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