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Atlanta: Buckhead Restaurant Week Begins!

Atlanta: Buckhead Restaurant Week Begins!

Atlanta is a melting pot of food integration. There isn’t a favorite dish you can’t find in Atlanta. With so many choices of great cuisine, restaurant week allows you to sample dishes from some of the best eateries in the city.There is nothing more unsettling than visiting a city or better yet living in the city and not knowing where to satisfy your taste buds. Each participating restaurant offers a delectablemouth-watering, pocket conscious menu for your dining pleasure. What a great excuse not to cook for an entire week!

For Restaurant Week dates, Participating Restaurants and Menus click here!

FOOD REVIEW: Seasons 52 – Buckhead, Atlanta GA

FOOD REVIEW: Seasons 52 – Buckhead, Atlanta GA

Seasons 52 is a swanky, healthy alternative to bloated upscale dining. Everything on the menu is under 500 calories but, not to worry, you will NOT be leaving hungry – I PROMISE!

I ordered the Caramelized Sea Scallops and Melanie chose the Cedar Plank Atlantic Salmon. While we waited for our entrées, we couldn’t help but notice how pleasant the ambience is at Seasons 52. Yes it’s upscale, but it is also very comfortable and relaxing and just a great place to enjoy a meal.

FOOD REVIEW: Park’s Edge, Atlanta GA

FOOD REVIEW: Park’s Edge, Atlanta GA

It was a beautiful, sunny Sunday afternoon. Even more beautiful since it had been raining all week and everyone was ready to get out of the house and have some fun. For us, that meant Park’s Edge for brunch!

[...] We started with beverages. For those who imbibe, they have $10 all-you-can-drink Mimosas and Bellinis. It was a special offer accepted by many. Once you get to your table, the pace slows. You can dine at your leisure. The servers are working their tails off. Hey, you think you can relax and enjoy this? Geez, we sure did.

READ FULL REVIEW >> http://atlanta-food-critic.com/2011/02/parks-edge-atlanta-ga/

Doc Chey’s Noodle House Helps Raise Funds for The Intown Academy

Doc Chey’s Noodle House Helps Raise Funds for The Intown Academy

Friends and family of The Intown Academy are invited to dine out at Doc Chey’s Noodle House in Grant Park on Tuesday, January 25th, this event is a fundraiser which is being hosted by the schools PTO.  

The Intown Academy just opened in August and the school presently has about 350 students in kindergarten-sixth grade. Each year, the school will add a new grade level and by the 2012-2013 school year, it will include 8th grade.  

The Glenwood Atlanta, Re-Opens

The Glenwood Atlanta, Re-Opens

According to whatnowatlanta.com, the Glenwood reopened for business last night after shuttering earlier this month, click here for the story.

An employee at the gastropub, located in East Atlanta at 1263 Glenwood Avenue, confirmed over the phone that The Glenwood reopened for business on Jan. 14.

Edward Gilgor, chair of the East Atlanta Community Association (EACA), sent out an email to community subscribers, urging them to patronize the gastropub.

“The Glenwood is open for business. I would encourage anyone who wishes it to remain open to support it by going there.”

The Glenwood Atlanta is located at 163 Glenwood Avenue in Atlanta.

FOOD REVIEW: Local Three Kitchen & Bar, Atlanta, GA

FOOD REVIEW: Local Three Kitchen & Bar, Atlanta, GA

Local Three is located on Northside Drive within a very nice set of office buildings and if not for the breadcrumb-like signs it’s doubtful we would have ever found this gem of a restaurant regardless of being at the address. Fortunately, someone’s utter genius realized that without additional signage we could not have found our way but their signs lead us right to the door and to true culinary bliss.

READ FULL ARTICLE >> http://atlanta-food-critic.com/2010/12/local-three-kitchen-bar-atlanta-ga/

Flavor Tripping at Three Sheets

On this unique eats the CIA team takes us out to Sandy Springs for a little 'flavor tripping', but you can't take that journey during the day.

Flavor Tripping is only for adults and it takes place Wednesday nights at 3 sheets in Sandy Springs.  It involves eating a little berry, called amiracle berry, which totally trips out your taste buds.

Reservations are recommended. 3 Sheets also offers regular dining plates and has a cool lounge, if you just want to hang out.  The restaurant/lounge is located in the CityWalk Shopping Center in Sandy Springs.