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Check Out Global Growers to Support Local Farmers

by AbbyDickey

What could be better than supporting local farmers? Restaurants today boast their loyalty to local and organic farms, but some people are doing even more. Global Growers is a nonprofit organization here in Atlanta that aims to create more productive farmers in the area. But Global Growers doesn’t just promote farming; the nonprofit specifically helps r...

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Delectable Food at Zeal Modern Eatery

by Serena Hale

Any time I get a chance to go to East Cobb in Marietta I jump on it and I am never disappointed. I was able to visit one of my favorite areas thanks to CulinaryLocal. Prior to today I had not heard of Zeal Modern Eatery and was kind of disappointed that I had not heard of it this eatery. Continue Reading

Hammonck Trading Co. – The Best Lobster in Atlanta

by Abby Banks

Ready to get your hands dirty? In this instance, manual labor isn't involved. However, a bucket, bib, and doubleIMG_0839 jaw and pick tools are required. If you guessed lobster chow down as the activity, you're correct! Every Tuesday Hammock ...

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Top 10 Lunch Spots

by Jerrica Stevens

Top-10-Lunch-Spots-in-Atlanta-BlueLunch time is very important part of life. It helps split up your day and gives you time to relax before heading back to work. These are the top 10 lunch spots that ...

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Pups and Pints at Wild Heaven Brewery

by Taylor Manhart

Wild Heaven Brewery

Wild Heaven Brewery is perfect if you are looking for a proud local Georgia brewery.  President Nick Purdy and Brewmaster Eric Johnson opened up Wild Heaven and wanted to create a brewery like no other.  With all natural ingredients, you can feel good about the beer you drink, and even enjoy the taste!  Right now, they have about ten beers to choose from.  The Wil...

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Traveling Around the World With Wines at Wahoo! Wine and Provisions

by Serena Hale

If you are not able to make it to a winery, attending the Wine Tasting Saturdays at Wahoo! Wine and Provisions1502824480900 from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm is the next best thing...

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Cooking Classes

Cooking Classes with Chef Wendy Gay at Barrington Hall

by Jerrica Stevens

In the past, Barrington Hall has hosted an array of cooking classes based on classic European and American cuisine. This year is no exception. Chef Wendy Gay is Barrington Hall's current teacher. In each class, participants learn how to make an array of different dishes, such as Turk...

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Sarah O’Brien and The Little Tart Bakeshop

by Taylor Manhart

Founded in 2010, Sarah O'Brien first opened up The Little Tart Bakeshop in local farmer's markets.  Little Tart now has its own shop in Grant Park and at the Krog Street Market and is still in farmer's markets today.  With all southern local ingredients, Little Tart is a high-end french inspired bakeshop.  The best pecans in the world are used at Little Tart, with fresh fruit, jams, flour, you ...

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Two-Sided Seafood with Chef Pat Pascarella at The Optimist

by Jerrica Stevens

P1000738The Optimist is a fish camp and oyster bar located in Atlanta near Georgia Tech.  On one side, the Oyster Bar will make you feel like ...

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Taste Georgia Peaches at Southern Baked Pie Company

by AbbyDickey

Go now to Southern Baked Pie Company to try the delicious peach pie. Of course, there are other flavors. But living in Georgia, don't you have to choose the peach? Or grab one of the summer seasonal pies--like strawberry--before they go off the menu. The menu changes every month, rotating out different pie flavors, but some signature pies are always ...

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