Atlanta: The Hit List


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The January Hit List: Juniper Cafe, The Chastain, Octopus Kitchen, and More

 It’s 2022, and there’s absolutely no reason to look back when you live in a city like Atlanta, other than…

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The December Hit List: Georgia Boy, Aziza, Miller Union, and More

Here we are, already at the end of 2021. As Atlantans slow down a bit — maybe due to holiday shopping…

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The November Hit List: Lyla Lila, Lucian, Redbird, Local Green, and More

Perhaps it’s the renewed optimism of more vaccines, and other advances in the war on the pandemic, that have made…

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The Best Places to Eat in Savannah, Summer 2021 Edition

Elegant architecture, parks with fountains and flowers, green grassy squares, and tall oak trees laced with Spanish moss that canopy…

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The July Hit List: Nagomiya, Negril, Politan Row, A-Street, and More

We’re deep in the throes of summer in Atlanta, which means patio dining, picnics, and cookouts are in full swing.…

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The June Hit List: Baffi, 8ARM, Casa Tropicale, and More

As the weather warms and many Atlanta diners reenter the world of restaurants, this summer brings a wave of promise…

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The May Hit List: Cold Beer, Saito, Little Spirit, and More

Warmer temperatures have brought the beginning of Atlanta’s long stretch of restaurant patio season. To celebrate, this month’s edition of…

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The April Hit List: Bar Vegan, Barleygarden, El Viñedo Local and More

As the one-year mark of the pandemic passes, restaurants throughout the metro Atlanta area continue to chug forward, trying to…

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The March Hit List: Boone’s, Fellaship Lounge, Girl Diver, and More

With spring en route, along with the pandemic’s anniversary, the world of restaurants has vastly changed in the last 12…

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The December Hit List: Bold Monk, Miller Union, Gunshow, and More

What a year 2020 has been. With a pandemic that has forever shifted what we know about Atlanta’s restaurants, there’s…

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