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An Insider’s Guide to the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival

 

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The time to Eat, Drink and Repeat has arrived…

In just a couple of hours, many will gather in the lobby of the Loews Atlanta to toast the official opening of the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival. Bringing together talent from across the Southeast to holistically tell the story of our region through food and beverage, tickets are still available to this can’t miss event of the year. But for those who already have tickets and are counting down the minutes until the tents open, our insider’s guide to navigating the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival will arm you with insider tips to make the most of your weekend in the city whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned veteran, including several updates from last year’s edition.

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Food Should Taste Good Brunch at The General Muir + Giveaway

_MG_1853It’s no secret that the gang here at EDR loves a good brunch. The landscape of the Atlanta dining scene has morphed to where most of your favorite local haunts are offering the mid-morning mixture of breakfast and lunch in some form or another – on Saturday and Sunday. So we were stoked when gluten-free snack food aficionados, Food Should Taste Good®, reached out to us to partner on a one-of-a-kind brunch event at one of our favorite brunch spots, The General Muir with all of our closest foodie friends.

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5 Must-Try New Additions for Taste of Atlanta 2014

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Food. You like it, we love it. But it’s hard to sift through the deluge of ATL restaurants that are really worth your time and money. So what’s the solution? Simple. A gathering of food lovers on a mission to find the best tastes around; where chefs and mixologists have polished their skills and menu offerings to deliver their restaurant’s best. It’s Taste of Atlanta.

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Photo Recap: Atlanta Food and Wine Festival 2014

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And just like that, it was over…

Yes, the 4th Annual Atlanta Food and Wine Festival came like a thief in the night – robbing us of our culinary innocence and leaving us wanting more.

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The 4th Annual Atlanta Food and Wine Festival Awaits

Reunited and it feels so good…

It’s that time of year again. The time when the South’s culinary elite descend upon Atlanta for what can easily be called the “Food Event of the Year.” Yes, the 4th Annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival takes center stage for 4 days of education, events, curated dinners and the all-important tasting tents that highlight Southern food and drink.

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Eating Sushi For Charity Throughout November

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Eating this awesome sushi roll is for a good cause

If you recall a few weeks back we teamed up with Ra Sushi for Foodies Show Heart, a sushi competition where several of Atlanta’s finest foodies and social media personalities competed in a maki and nigiri deathmatch for charity. Well guess who won…

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Gone Fishing: Fifth Group Casts Its Lure

Go ahead…get hooked.

It was only a matter of time before ATL restaurant think tank Fifth Group added delights from the briny deep to its culinary repertoire. With Italian (La Tavola Trattoria), European (Ecco), Mexican (The Original El Taco & Alma Cocina), and Southern (South City Kitchen Vinings & Midtown) offerings already represented, it was a natural progression to develop a concept focused on seafood and global coastal traditions.

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St. Patrick’s Day 2012

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You’ve got to ask yourself one question: “Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?”

Ah, who doesn’t love a Clint Eastwood quote? And, hey, he’s part Irish too. And, if he lived in Atlanta, I’m certain he’d be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day by eating Irish food and guzzling many, many beers in one of the numerous restaurants and pubs in Atlanta. Read on to see why…

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Cardamom Hill

An underground supper club steps into the spotlight…

You may remember Chef Asha Gomez from the wildly popular Spice Route Supper Club series, an underground supper club that introduced patrons to the fresh and vibrant cuisine of her native Kerala. The exclusive monthly dinners sold out quickly featuring several courses of enriched regional cuisine. These dishes, although steeped in tradition, were served with modern flare and told the story of Chef Gomez’s unique multi-faceted heritage. In a little over a year, Chef Gomez has taken the concept into her first brick and mortar location, Cardamom Hill.

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The “Fancy Pants” Burger at Grindhouse

Oh, you fancy, huh?

How do you stand out among a sea of burger joints? Make your burgers special. Each Tuesday brings something new and delicious to Grindhouse when they add a unique addition to their regular menu. Today’s special? A thick, juicy 1/2 pound burger on a fresh baked bun, cooked to any temp (as rare as you want) topped with aged white cheddar, habanero pimento cheese, sliced cornichons, field greens, and a house-made tarragon mustard, served with fresh cut fries and a chipotle honey mustard dipping sauce, all for 10 bucks. If you’re feeling frisky, add on a boozy milkshake and sit on that badass patio of theirs. It’s a perfect score in our book.

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