'The Atlanta 50' was recently compiled by the AJC's lead critic John Kessler, who "spent the past three months researching this dining guide by revisiting potential “top 50” restaurants at a breakneck pace." Included in the AJC's Spring Dining Guide, the list recognizes, in no particular order, "50 restaurants that help make Atlanta a robust and influential food town."
Published online, readers of the guide were free to leave feedback regarding Kessler's list in the comments. Responding with a blog post entitled "The Atlanta 50: The Readers Have Spoken," Kessler says,
"I have gone through your comments thus far on my choices for the Atlanta 50 in our Spring Dining Guide, and I will try below to excerpt your opinions and answer your questions in a way that can make sense of this complex but interesting dialogue."
You can follow the conversation and order a print copy of The Atlanta 50: Where to eat on the AJC's food blog: Food and more with John Kessler.
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