Cheers to these Southern-made canned cocktails that are high in style and flavor — easy as ready, set, pop!
Southern Food & Dining
If you are looking for new trends in dining or simply looking for the perfect weeknight meal for the family or person on the go, we're here to help. Each of our SB sister-cities highlights great dining trends in their city, and we compile some of their best right here on our main food and dining page. We also have recipes that are perfect as we know you are busy and only want the best. We're right there with you!
Some of our favorite chefs and restauranteurs are sharing their tried-and-true, best of the best Southern entertaining recipes, and you’ll want to bookmark every single one! From a delicious twist on pecan pie to comeback sauce guests can’t get enough of … it’s everything you need for a spring soirée!
Newly opened in Krog St. Market, we are head over heels for Recess – a fresh spot that lets their vegetables-centric dishes shine! Learn about chef Victoria Shore’s creative process, favorite dishes and more …
Consider this your guide to Atlanta’s food halls — from the new gems to the old favorites, we’re covering it all. Image: H&F Burger
Cat cafes and dog-friendly spots in Atlanta have taken the city by storm. Find out where you can take your pup or adopt a cat – over brews – around town!
It’s a home trend that has really taken off. Find out how one Southern chef turned his pandemic boredom into a backyard pizza oven. Plus get his special homemade pizza dough recipe!
If you’re celebrating Easter at home, why not whip up an easy and delicious brunch? Here are three simple Easter brunch recipes from food bloggers.
New to Atlanta, Bazati has made a unique splash on the scene. Spend some time exploring its artisan shops, delectable restaurants and inspiring spaces. Here’s what you want to know.
In honor of the first day of spring, we’ve rounded up four recipes that you can make and take along on a springtime picnic, or just enjoy on your porch. Enjoy!
The humble sea bean is garnering waves of attention from chefs and scientists in Charleston and beyond. See how this plant and one farm are elevating food menus and restoring marshes at the same time.