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How Athens and Atlanta Dining Shaped Nicole Taylor’s Career

To commemorate the publication of her book, “Watermelon & Red Birds,” Nicole Taylor in partneship with Resy will be hosting…

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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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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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How to Get a Table at Alpharetta’s Up on the Roof, And What to Order

Bringing a whole new (and literal) meaning to elevated bar food, Up on the Roof is perched atop the highest…

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Why Fellows Cafe Is Exactly Where You Want to Be On a Saturday Morning

In a small yellow house, tucked away on a quiet street in historic Roswell, sits Fellows Cafe. Each seat inside…

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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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"I did go through working for toxic chefs. ... And after seeing that, I knew that once I did get in a position where I could be vocal, that I never wanted to be that chef." // Photo courtesy of Miller Union

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Miller Union’s Claudia Martinez Wants to Change ‘Toxic’ Restaurant Culture

Claudia Martinez took Atlanta by storm when she was just 25. In 2018, she was the young chef running the…

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