Omnivore - Gravy Train: Chef-tastic ice cream from High Road, Sweeney to Cakes & Ale

Also: Buckhead Barbecue, Harbour Bar coming soon


High Road Craft is launching their first chef collaboration that’s available in stores - a Peanut Butter Pretzel creation from Ron Eyester (better known as The Angry Chef). The pints, along with other High Road flavors, are available at Whole Foods (Eyester's flavor debuts September 1). The local ice cream company also has flavors in the works from Shaun Doty and Matt Swickerath. Looks like Kevin Gillespie isn’t the only chef making his mark in frozen treats.

Cakes & Ale formally announced David Sweeney’s role at the new location, which will be to lead lunch at The Bakery portion of the restaurant. The Bakery is described as having its own identity and offering a casual, comfortable place for the pastry chefs to showcase their talents. The lunch menu will go beyond pastries, offering sandwiches, soups, and salads made with local ingredients.

Open Table released their Diner’s Choice list of top restaurants for late night dining, and a few Atlanta spots made the cut. Cafe Circa, HOBNOB, Loca Luna and Shout were all included in the nationwide list.