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    AT THESE ATL EATERIES, FOOD AND DRINK ARE SERVED WITH A SIDE OF ART 1. Torched Hop Brewing Company (above) The former Old Spaghetti Factory sat vacant for six years before co-owners and brothers Stephen and Chris Bivins transformed it into a shiny, art-filled brewery. Hop sculptures hang from the original tin ceilings, and original ...
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    Executive chef, Petit Chou Petit Chou opened its doors in Cabbagetown this past spring. A breakfast and lunch gem, the restaurant is run by women, including its executive chef, Diana Presson Eller. Before taking the lead at Petit Chou, Eller worked with big Atlanta names such as Shaun Doty (Bantam + Biddy) and Robert Phalen ...
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    Craft Izakaya has been reborn as Makimono, a casual sushi food stall serving up affordable fusion rolls full of flavor. After nearly a decade of writing professionally about food, I’ve come to realize that a restaurant is only as good as a guest’s expectations, which is to say that enjoyment is largely dependent upon mindset. ...
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    Born out of a crushing loss, Staplehouse is a temple of inventive cuisine, Southern soul and familial spirit. The most expensive dinner I ever had cost me $600. It was at one of the most famous tasting-menu-only restaurants in Napa Valley. Spending that much on a single meal is absurd, I know, but the restaurant ...