Here in Georgia, salvation can come in plenty of forms, the sweetest including wooden signs planted along the road:
GEORGIA PEACHES! FRESH TOMATOES, SQUASH, CORDELE MELON in 1 MILE!
Tiny Lou’s hasn’t even been open for a week, but it’s already created a timeless feel.
Perhaps it’s the power of French design. With European influences like white marble floors, brass bars and wallpaper that’s extravagant yet demure, the restaurant’s atmosphere evokes a return to the hotel’s golden age.
Forty years ago, opening a KFC franchise in Tehran was a sign of progress. Today, it’s against the law. Before the 1979 revolution—before religious clerics took control of the country—Iran’s capital, Tehran, was a cosmopolitan city that glittered with Western influence: secularism, mini-skirts, and fast food chains such as McDonald’s and Kentucky Fried Chicken. But the new ruler, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, pushed a return to Islamic values and removing American influence.
When it comes to warm weather treats, nothing sparks childhood memories quite like ice cream. For brothers Reza and Rehan Bhiwandiwalla, that means flavor memories of milk perfumed with rose syrup or clumps of Cadbury’s Bournvita malted chocolate powder.
Often coded as “Mediterranean,” Middle Eastern cuisine usually involves plates of meat, squishy eggplant or chickpea sides, and rice that is good but will never top the rice one’s grandmother makes. Atlanta offers plenty of these variations, and is particularly blessed with multiple Persian, Turkish, Lebanese, and Israeli establishments around the metro area.
It’s a steadfast beacon in the night and a haven for drunkards who must reclaim sobriety or at least deter a hangover. Waffle House welcomes the hungry and trashed at all hours of the day; it has a “no-water” menu during droughts and even operates during hurricanes.
Atlanta's hot as hell these days. But really, that's nothing a little live music and a few cold drinks can't handle.
Season 3 of My Hero Academia is heating up, and we’re following every move. Just be careful: spoilers and speculation below.
When major league soccer to Atlanta in 2017, he unwittingly sparked a massive fanbase that pushed soccer to the forefront of Atlanta’s sports community. This year’s World Cup games in Russia give us an opportunity to maintain that momentum and cheer our favorite players on, no matter who they represent.
After getting engaged to local restaurant and interior designer Elizabeth Ingram in April, Alton Brown has taken another big step and adopted a Boston terrier named Abigail.
Last year, the Marietta-based Food Network star, bow tie designer, and musician announced his forthcoming Good Eats revival. ‘Return of the Eats’ is set to drop online this year.
Sarah O’Brien of Little Tart Bakeshop is opening not one, but two new storefronts: a Georgia Ave. Little Tart location and her soft serve shop, Big Softie.
Character development and a last-chance rescue heat up the conflict.