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Best "I'll drink to that" for Atlanta craft beer advocates

The future

Despite the fact Atlanta beer lovers have it better than ever before, our most exciting prospect is the future. As great as the last few »more

Best argument for giving Meatless Mondays a try

Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q's smoked Portobello mushroom sandwich

Ordering a vegetarian dish while at a temple of smoked, meaty goodness seems counterintuitive, if not downright blasphemous. But Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q's smoked Portobello mushroom »more

Best bartender

Kevin Bragg

After journeyman gigs at OTP's Trattoria 141 and Buckhead's Prohibition, Kevin Bragg has fully come into his own behind the decks at 4th & Swift. »more

Best clearly not Southern or Italian charcuterie

Pura Vida

Charming plates of charcuterie seem to be ever-present on menus around town these days. Most are either of the proud Southern-ham-kicksass variety (which we love, »more

Best covers-all-the-bases drink menu

H. Harper Station

If you can't find something to wet your whistle at H. Harper Station, you must be on the wagon. The city's most exhaustive menu of »more

Best culinary time machine

La Grotta

In 1982, one food critic described La Grotta as "simply the finest Italian restaurant in Atlanta and one of the city's best restaurants of any »more

Best dessert inspired by a candy bar

Local Three Kitchen & Bar's "Twix" Bar

Gary Scarborough is the self-taught pastry whiz and 20-year kitchen vet in charge of all things sweet and delicious at Local Three Kitchen & Bar »more

Best Doughnut

Sublime Doughnuts

Sure, we know the competition has revved up this year, but while we admire those newcomers in Decatur, we've got to hand it to owner »more

Best East/West grain bowl duo

Yet Tuh and The Bakery at Cakes & Ale

One is warm comfort; the other is crisp clarity. One is found off the beaten path in a Korean hideaway OTP; the other in the »more

Best evolution for food trucks

Atlanta Food Truck Park & Market

Atlanta's rocky road to foodtruckdom suddenly seemed a little smoother when the Atlanta Food Truck Park & Market came to town. Previously forsaken by endless »more

Best farm on wheels

Farm Mobile

We feel a little nostalgic whenever we see the bright green Farm Mobile truck pull up to our Main Street or local park. It reminds »more

Best homegrown food court

Sweet Auburn Curb Market

Food Truck Fridays may have moved on but Sweet Auburn Curb Market remains a thriving center for local entrepreneurs looking for a welcoming spot to »more

Best jerky not in a plastic bag

Hot Café

Beautiful is not a word often used to describe beef jerky, but a plate of Hot Café's Lao dry fried beef jerky is indeed a »more

Best late-night eats

Octopus Bar

It doesn't open until 10 p.m. And even then, if you're there before midnight, well, you're not part of the in-crowd. But this is no »more

Best legendary beer bar in your backyard

Brick Store Pub

You know about the Brick Store Pub, sure. Perhaps you've heard tell of its Belgian bar, itself alone an embarrassment of riches fleshed out with »more

Best patio for hoisting a brew

Midway Pub

It's huge. Like, more than 25 tables and booths of varying sizes huge. So huge, that you'll almost never have to wait for a spot »more

Best place to buy local produce on Sunday morning

Grant Park Farmers Market

If you've ever been to the Grant Park Farmers Market, you'd never guess that it's only in its second year. Every Sunday during market season, »more

Best place to get Atlanta's original double decker burger

Zesto

The local fast-food institution Zesto has been around since 1949, serving burgers, onion rings, chili dogs, milk shakes, and more greasy comfort faves than you »more

Best reason to regress

When I Was Eight cocktail at Proof and Provision

Sometimes a cocktail's name is so off-the-wall high-concept that you've just got to order it, even when you suspect you won't want to finish it. »more

Best service

Woodfire Grill

If you've ever stumped your server with a question regarding the menu, you probably weren't enjoying a meal at Woodfire Grill. In fact, there, the »more

Best spot for a first date

Leon's Full Service

A first date is all about opportunity: the potential to go one way or another. Will it lead to something more? Or will it fizzle »more

Best they-do-it-all

Empire State South

Perfectly pulled espresso and cortados? Check. Flaky pastries and decadent fried chicken biscuits in the a.m.? Check. Lunch anchored by a plate of "super food" »more

Best wine list that requires a leap of faith

The Spence

Spatburgunder. Zweigelt. Assyrtiko. Hondarrabi Zuri. These are just a few of the obscure grapes found on general manager Justin Amick's wine list at the Spence. »more

Best "I'll drink to that" for Atlanta craft beer advocates

The future

Despite the fact Atlanta beer lovers have it better than ever before, our most exciting prospect is the future. As great as the last few »more

Best argument for giving Meatless Mondays a try

Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q's smoked Portobello mushroom sandwich

Ordering a vegetarian dish while at a temple of smoked, meaty goodness seems counterintuitive, if not downright blasphemous. But Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q's smoked Portobello mushroom »more

Best bartender

Kevin Bragg

After journeyman gigs at OTP's Trattoria 141 and Buckhead's Prohibition, Kevin Bragg has fully come into his own behind the decks at 4th & Swift. »more

Best clearly not Southern or Italian charcuterie

Pura Vida

Charming plates of charcuterie seem to be ever-present on menus around town these days. Most are either of the proud Southern-ham-kicksass variety (which we love, »more

Best covers-all-the-bases drink menu

H. Harper Station

If you can't find something to wet your whistle at H. Harper Station, you must be on the wagon. The city's most exhaustive menu of »more

Best culinary time machine

La Grotta

In 1982, one food critic described La Grotta as "simply the finest Italian restaurant in Atlanta and one of the city's best restaurants of any »more

Best dessert inspired by a candy bar

Local Three Kitchen & Bar's "Twix" Bar

Gary Scarborough is the self-taught pastry whiz and 20-year kitchen vet in charge of all things sweet and delicious at Local Three Kitchen & Bar »more

Best Doughnut

Sublime Doughnuts

Sure, we know the competition has revved up this year, but while we admire those newcomers in Decatur, we've got to hand it to owner »more

Best East/West grain bowl duo

Yet Tuh and The Bakery at Cakes & Ale

One is warm comfort; the other is crisp clarity. One is found off the beaten path in a Korean hideaway OTP; the other in the »more

Best evolution for food trucks

Atlanta Food Truck Park & Market

Atlanta's rocky road to foodtruckdom suddenly seemed a little smoother when the Atlanta Food Truck Park & Market came to town. Previously forsaken by endless »more

Best farm on wheels

Farm Mobile

We feel a little nostalgic whenever we see the bright green Farm Mobile truck pull up to our Main Street or local park. It reminds »more

Best homegrown food court

Sweet Auburn Curb Market

Food Truck Fridays may have moved on but Sweet Auburn Curb Market remains a thriving center for local entrepreneurs looking for a welcoming spot to »more

Best jerky not in a plastic bag

Hot Café

Beautiful is not a word often used to describe beef jerky, but a plate of Hot Café's Lao dry fried beef jerky is indeed a »more

Best late-night eats

Octopus Bar

It doesn't open until 10 p.m. And even then, if you're there before midnight, well, you're not part of the in-crowd. But this is no »more

Best legendary beer bar in your backyard

Brick Store Pub

You know about the Brick Store Pub, sure. Perhaps you've heard tell of its Belgian bar, itself alone an embarrassment of riches fleshed out with »more

Best patio for hoisting a brew

Midway Pub

It's huge. Like, more than 25 tables and booths of varying sizes huge. So huge, that you'll almost never have to wait for a spot »more

Best place to buy local produce on Sunday morning

Grant Park Farmers Market

If you've ever been to the Grant Park Farmers Market, you'd never guess that it's only in its second year. Every Sunday during market season, »more

Best place to get Atlanta's original double decker burger

Zesto

The local fast-food institution Zesto has been around since 1949, serving burgers, onion rings, chili dogs, milk shakes, and more greasy comfort faves than you »more

Best reason to regress

When I Was Eight cocktail at Proof and Provision

Sometimes a cocktail's name is so off-the-wall high-concept that you've just got to order it, even when you suspect you won't want to finish it. »more

Best service

Woodfire Grill

If you've ever stumped your server with a question regarding the menu, you probably weren't enjoying a meal at Woodfire Grill. In fact, there, the »more

Best spot for a first date

Leon's Full Service

A first date is all about opportunity: the potential to go one way or another. Will it lead to something more? Or will it fizzle »more

Best they-do-it-all

Empire State South

Perfectly pulled espresso and cortados? Check. Flaky pastries and decadent fried chicken biscuits in the a.m.? Check. Lunch anchored by a plate of "super food" »more

Best wine list that requires a leap of faith

The Spence

Spatburgunder. Zweigelt. Assyrtiko. Hondarrabi Zuri. These are just a few of the obscure grapes found on general manager Justin Amick's wine list at the Spence. »more

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