Art of the Meal Archive

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Art Of The Meal: The General Muir

Art Of The Meal: The General Muir

The General Muir in Atlanta’s Emory Point celebrates the old delicatessen ways but comes up with a new standard. And, oh, that chopped chicken liver.

August 2013
Art Of The Meal: Etienne Brasserie

Art Of The Meal: Etienne Brasserie

An Athens brasserie that combines a downtown slacker-student vibe with a more mature Parisian ethos of languid sipping and tasting.

July 2013
Art Of The Meal: Miso Izakaya

Art Of The Meal: Miso Izakaya

A fun, hip spot in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood serves both sushi and creative cooked dishes to an appreciative and diverse clientele.

June 2013
Art Of The Meal: Watershed

Art Of The Meal: Watershed

A longtime Decatur favorite makes a move to Buckhead, bringing some vestiges of its past and showcasing Chef Joe Truex.

May 2013
Art Of The Meal: Graft

Art Of The Meal: Graft

Graft, Gwinnett County’s new farm-to-table restaurant, has a small, often-changing menu that is simple and creative – and some fine, inventive cocktails.

April 2013
La Grotta: Underground Power Grid

La Grotta: Underground Power Grid

Atlanta’s venerable Italian mainstay, La Grotta, serves the city’s movers and shakers a contemporary version of beloved classic dishes.

March 2013
Art Of The Meal: The Pinewood

Art Of The Meal: The Pinewood

The Pinewood in Decatur offers delicious, inventive cocktails like the Brooklyn, the house take on a classic Manhattan, and a good variety of snacks and small bites.

February 2013
Art Of The Meal: One Eared Stag

Art Of The Meal: One Eared Stag

January 2013
Art Of The Meal: Rosé-Colored Glasses

Art Of The Meal: Rosé-Colored Glasses

The Optimist in West Midtown is a seafood restaurant with old-school cocktails that combines the best aspects of an oceanfront fry-shack and an urban hotspot.

December 2012
Art Of The Meal: Past Present

Art Of The Meal: Past Present

October 2012
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