Art of the Meal Archive

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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
Art Of The Meal: It Takes A Village

Art Of The Meal: It Takes A Village

At Decatur’s Community Q BBQ, Georgia-style pulled pork and ribs are the mainstay, but there’s a lot more to try, including the Kitchen Sink Salad.

September 2012
Art Of The Meal: Little Hawaiian

Art Of The Meal: Little Hawaiian

Little Hawaiian wants to meet you where you are and throw you a nice little party. The restaurant pays attention to comfort and details.

August 2012
Art Of The Meal: Cardamom Hill

Art Of The Meal: Cardamom Hill

Chef Asha Gomez pays tribute to the sophisticated cuisine from India’s coastal state of Kerala in her peaceful, serene restaurant near Atlanta’s booming West Midtown food scene.

July 2012
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