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To simply put it, brush is a japanese restaurant offering a combination of authentic quality ramen and detailed chef driven sushi omakase experiences. Our convictions are to respect the simplicity of the cuisine yet elevate it with hints of modern flavors and techniques. | more...

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A solo venture from chef Evan Cordes, Cast Iron features seasonal New American cuisine along with craft cocktails and robust beer and wine selections. | more...

Restaurant

Chai Pani is an expansion from Asheville and features traditional Indian street food with produce bought from local vendors. Go during lunch or dinner... | more...

Restaurant

Expect gussied-up dishes with local ingredients from this intimate eatery. The menu is rotating, but mainstays include foods like duck confit fries and slow-roasted hen pot pies. | more...

Restaurant

Once known for its signature selection of authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas, Double Zero relocated from Sandy Springs to Emory Village in 2016. Expect a few Neapolitan pies and many more modern Italian small plates and entres. | more...

Restaurant, Steakhouse

This outpost of Hugh Acheson's restaurant empire delivers the best spin on New Southern dining in Atlanta. Familiar dishes like pimento cheese, farm eggs, local trout, and pork belly are anything but clichés when they arrive at the table. Order your bourbon cocktails in a mason jar. | more...
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Chili Week, 2022

Jerk Chili:

A spicy Caribbean spiced chili using beef and Italian sausage.

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Chili Week, 2022

Candler Park Market Chili:

A flavorful and delicious classic chili featuring Stone Mountain Cattle Grass-fed beef topped with cheddar cheese, jalapeño, and green onion accompanied with saltine crackers served with a drink of choice.

Delivery option: ChowNow

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Chili Week, 2022

Hampton + Hudson Chili:

Black bean and Georgia beef chili,shredded cheddar cheese,creme fraiche. Served with tortilla chips with your choice of soda or ice tea

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Chili Week, 2022

Agave Hatch Green Chile Stew:

A traditional New Mexico stew with Hatch Green Chile, tenderloin beef tips, potatoes, onions & corn with a side of Spanish rice.

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Chili Week, 2022

Exotic Fiesta Chili:

Topped with cilantro and fresh grated cheese with a side of homemade sweet cornbread.

Take out

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Chili Week, 2022

Druid Chili

Chef Angel has created a scrumptious chili made with care from ground beef, red bell peppers, cannellini, red and black beans, poblanos and his own special spice blend. This chili will warm you on a cold winter day. It will be served with a cheesy biscuit on the side.

Dine-in

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Chili Week, 2022

Blue Ribbon Chili:

Beef, kidney beans, tomatoes, and spices topped with shredded cheddar cheese and red onion Served with cornbread

Dine-in Take-out

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Dish

How do you make a vegan, gluten-free cookie taste amazing? The secret ingredient seems to be applesauce. Free Birds Vegan Bakery founder Brittany Love bakes her vegan goodies — including cupcakes, pies and custom cakes — at a shared kitchen in Douglasville but sells them online nationwide and at sev... | more...

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If you’re seeking the city’s top Cuban sandwiches, track down the Buena Gente food truck. On any given day, it’ll offer either a traditional Cuban or a medianoche — the only difference being the type of bread. Both offer house-roasted pork marinated in a piquant mojo sauce, plus the traditional ham,... | more...

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It’s no wonder hanger steak was a cut butchers once saved only for themselves. In Decatur’s former train depot, pony up to the stunning bar, and look beyond the admittedly spectacular oyster selection for this steakhouse-worthy plate. Full of beefy flavor and richness, the meat is hickory-smoked, pe... | more...

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Few dishes in Atlanta are as good, if not better, than they are in their countries of origin, but the version of steak frites at this Quatrano-Harrison joint rivals any Parisian bistro or brasserie. The wood grill almost quick-smokes the tender hanger steak rubbed and seasoned with just a hint of sw... | more...

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In chef Kevin Rathbun's temple to big steaks and expense-account dining, the dry-aged steak for two is a Goldilocks version of indulgence: Not too big, not too small, and aged for 30-40 days until the meat's developed a complex, funky flavor that is just right. This 26-ounce porterhouse is served bo... | more...

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There's something magical that happens with the best steak tartar, an alchemy that turns high-quality raw beef into a creamy wonder. Punctuated by shallots and capers, and topped with a gooey raw egg yolk, this paragon of protein is pure pleasure. $14.95. | more...

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Few dishes in Atlanta are as good, if not better, than they are in their countries of origin, but the version of steak frites at this Quatrano-Harrison joint rivals the pomme frites at any Parisian bistro or brasserie. The wood grill almost quick-smokes the tender hanger steak, rubbed and seasoned w... | more...

Burger Week

Burger:

Piquillo peppers, caramelized onions, tetilla.

Side: Chips

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Event (Event Scheduled)

Tuesday May 24, 2022 09:00 AM EDT
The exhibition, presented May 7 – Oct. 16, features 18 installations of nearly 70 museum-quality metal sculptures inspired by the Japanese art of folding paper that are the creations of Santa Fe artists Kevin and Jennifer Box. Throughout the Garden will be large-scale sculptures of flying birds, eme... | more...

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Monday May 23, 2022 09:00 AM EDT
Spring Exhibition featuring all of Quinlan's Artists. | more...

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Tuesday May 24, 2022 10:00 AM EDT
In 1925, photographer André Kertész (American, born Hungary, 1894–1985) arrived in Paris with little more than a camera and meager savings. Over the next three years, the young artist carved out a photographic practice that allowed him to move among the realms of amateur and professional, photojourn... | more...

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