Tuesday, September 2, 2014

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Top ‘Que 2014

Top ‘Que 2014

Every year or so I put my life at risk writing up a list of our city's best barbecue joints. I went out, in the name of all that is good and holy, and touched way too many bark-y ...

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Cue it Up …Cantonese Style

Cue it Up …Cantonese Style

When we arrive at the latter part of summer, everybody turns their attention to football and barbecue. Next month, we are putting out a big barbecue edition, so this month I thoug ...

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5 Atlanta Restaurants Out-of-Towners Must Try

5 Atlanta Restaurants Out-of-Towners Must Try

Atlanta, Georgia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of the United States. Known for its Southern charm and hospitality, its rich history, and its unique cultur ...

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All Hail The Humble Dan Dan Noodles

All Hail The Humble Dan Dan Noodles

Dan dan mein — or, dan dan noodles as we like to call them here in the states — originated as a humble street food in the Szechuan province and simply translates to peddler’s nood ...

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Gettin’ Kitschy with Deep-Fried Cheese Curds

Gettin’ Kitschy with Deep-Fried Cheese Curds

Atlanta is a thriving culinary mecca with a vast array of ethnic restaurants. If there is an odd food you seek, chances are you can find it out there somewhere in the greater Atla ...

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Chasing Chile Rellenos

Chasing Chile Rellenos

I have been chasing the elusive chile relleno around Atlanta for over two decades. So, believe me when I tell you that has been a heck of a lot more driving than eating. Just find ...

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Food Find: Oh My, You’ve Got Nice Balls!

Food Find: Oh My, You’ve Got Nice Balls!

Oh, get your mind out of the gutter. I am talking about meatballs — but not just any old meatballs — the sexy new ones at Campania Pizzeria Napoletana (800 N Main St, Suite 100, A ...

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Holy Stromboli

Holy Stromboli

Atlanta isn’t exactly New York City when it comes to pizza and other American-Italian fare, but we do have several really, really delicious strombolis around the metro area. And s ...

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Two Chicken 65s Worth A Punjabi Drive

Two Chicken 65s Worth A Punjabi Drive

For many of us Indian food is as fantastically odd and delicious as Alton Brown, but for some it [Indian food, not Alton] is just plain scary weird. I assume most who read this pu ...

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Raku Brings Ramen to Midtown

Raku Brings Ramen to Midtown

It is a cold rainy Tuesday night and newly-open Raku Tonkotsu Ramen (810 Marietta St, Downtown, Tel: 404.500.1908) is buzzing with Japanese students from nearby Georgia Tech slurp ...

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