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Buckhead Restaurant Week 2014 and more news bits


Buckhead Restaurant Week 2014

More than 30 restaurants will offer reservations for Buckhead Restaurant Week, May 17-25. Chefs will create prix-fixe menus for brunch, lunch and dinner priced at $15, $25 or $35 per person, excluding alcohol, tax and gratuity. Among them, 10 Degrees South, Aria, Atlanta Fish Market,  Bistro Niko, Cook Hall, Del Frisco’s Grille, F&B, FLIP Buckhead, KR SteakBar, Kyma, Ocean Prime, Paul’s, Portofino, Pricci, Saltyard, Southern Art, and Watershed. Menus and info:

Egg Harbor opens in South Buckhead

Egg Harbor Café has opened its newest location on the ground floor of the Brookwood of Atlanta on Peachtree Road. With 18 spots in Illinois, Wisconsin and Georgia, including Sandy Springs and Johns Creek, the casual restaurant specializes in breakfast and lunch fare, with egg specialties, skillets, frittatas, pancakes, sandwiches, soups and salads, plus a children’s menu, daily specials, and gluten free offerings.

Second Church to open in Athens

Old Fourth Ward watering hole Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room & Ping Pong Emporium is set to open a second location in downtown Athens later this summer, owner Grant Henry announced last week. Known for displays of Henry’s satirical art work and ongoing ping pong tournaments, Church, has become a celebrity destination since opening in late 2010, with the likes of Lady Gaga making the the scene. Church will be located at 254 West Clayton Street in Athens.

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Cookbook Connoissieur

April 29th, 2014
12:27 pm

Isn’t it interesting how the people complaining about the APD doing their job at the ATL Airport always look the same?
Middle aged white suburbians. You know the ones, always calling other people entitled.
They want to sit there all afternoon blocking traffic, waiting for their chubby ginger spouses to come waddling out of the baggage claim.
They are also the ones who think they should not have to go through rigorous TSA screening – since they’re not brown and obviously can’t be bad.
Whenever the black APD officer, just doing their job, trying to make sure everyone has an opportunity to pull through the pick-up area, tells them they cannot sit there and have to circle, it sets their hair on fire. They pay their taxes and they should be able to sit there all day and how dare this black cop tell them to move, blah blah blah.
As a middle aged white Atlanta native I salute the hard-working APD officers working at the airport. When you tell me it’s time to move, it’s time to move. I’ll circle the loop and see you in 5. No big deal.


April 29th, 2014
3:40 pm

Some of you people cannot leave racism out of your lives………PITIFUL :(

Great Location

April 29th, 2014
5:17 pm

@David, You are!