Author: Mike Jordan


The Hit ListAtlanta

The July Hit List: One Flew South, Slabtown, Ticonderoga Club, and More

Don’t. Call. It. Hot. Lanta.  Yes, it’s hot! But still, Atlanta should never be allowed to lose our always-underrated, always-overperforming…

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The One Who Keeps the BookAtlanta

How to Score a Table at BoccaLupo, Atlanta’s Palace of Pasta

Jason Furst, general manager at BoccaLupo, jokingly calls himself a “reservations systems nerd.” That’s not a bad type of nerd…

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The June Hit List: Kindred, Banshee, 5Church Buckhead, and More

There are lots of reasons to pay attention to Atlanta restaurants this month. In cities all over America, including ATL,…

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GuidesAtlanta

The Resy Guide to the Women-Owned Restaurants of Atlanta

We should be long past the days of reminding ourselves to celebrate women in all areas of life, including and…

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The One Who Keeps the BookAtlanta

How to Get a Seat at Mujō, West Midtown’s Must-Try Omakase

In our regular series The One Who Keeps The Book, we talk to the people who handle reservations at your…

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The May Hit List: Oreatha’s at The Point, Le Bon Nosh, The Daily, and More

All around Atlanta there’s a spring in our collective step.  A steady drumbeat of restaurant openings matches renewed interest in…

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The April Hit List: The Deer & The Dove, Kitty Dare, Revival, and More

April in Atlanta is a stunningly beautiful time, and with the onset of sunnier days and warming temperatures, restaurants new…

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The One Who Keeps the BookAtlanta

How to Get a Table at Lyla Lila, and What to Order

There was a time when getting a table at Lyla Lila, Midtown’s super-buzzy southern European restaurant, was very easy. All…

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The March Hit List: Mujō, Big Game, Gunshow, and More

It’s March in Atlanta, and the city is officially coming back to life after a winter that feels almost like…

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The February Hit List: Southern Belle, Atrium, Bread & Butterfly, and More

February is the calendar’s shortest month, yet there are plenty of reasons to dine out in Atlanta, whether you’re celebrating…

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