Category Archives: CulinaryLocal Editorial

Top 10 Black Chefs and Restaurateurs in Atlanta

by Kaela Proctor

This article is inspired by Black History Month. It was incredibly interesting to be able to look back in time and see where a large part of Atlanta's food roots started and then look forward to where it is today. The two oldest African American food establishments in Atlanta today, opened in 1947 just down the street from each other. They were originally located near each other due to the stri...

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Calyroad Creamery Atlanta

by Kaela Proctor

Established May of 2009, Calyroad Creamery Atlanta, an artisan creamery in the Atlanta area, will soon feature a newly opened tasting room to host events, tastings, classes, tours, and celebrations of all sorts. Located just off of Hilderbrand Road in Sandy Springs, come in to find a quaint, personal experience. Customers are always welcome from the curious to the serious buyer. Here visitors w...

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Top 10 Cupcake Bakeries in Atlanta

by Emily Robinson

I am a girl who loves dessert, particularly cupcakes. They are perfect for birthdays or weddings, date nights or girls' night out. I love having a variety of flavor options (not everyone wants vanilla or chocolate). If you're looking to satisfy your sweet tooth, check out this list for some great cupcake bakeries in Atlanta! Continue Reading

Top 10 Romantic Restaurants Around Atlanta

by Tiffany Littleton

As Valentine's Day is approaching, we are all looking for that perfect spot to take our loved ones. Atlanta is full of romantic destinations your special someone will love. To help narrow down the selection, we created a list of our Top 10 favorite romantic restaurants around Atlanta. We hope you love these places as much as we do. Continue Reading

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An Interview At Wahoo! Grill

by Jerrica Stevens

Some of you may be familiar with Wahoo! Grill. CulinaryLocal helps provide ticketing for their monthly wine dinners. However, that is just part of who Wahoo! Grill does. That's why we decided to have an interview at Wahoo! Grill and find out what else they provide for their customers. Continue Reading

Top 10 Oldest Restaurants in Atlanta

by Kaela Proctor

February is History month. Thus inspired, I began to research the oldest restaurants in Atlanta and their stories.  You shouldn’t be shocked that many of these places still specialize in creating traditional Southern and Soul food fare with traditions that have been passed down through owners and the love of neighbors that keep these historical icons open. Stop by today at any of them and exper...

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Tailgating on The Big Green Egg

by Serena Hale

When you think of entertaining and cooking, what do you usually think of? Ovens, stovetop cooking, and BBQ grills. But it is time to expand your way of thinking when it comes to entertaining and cooking. I had a chance to change it by attending my first Big Green Egg cooking class in Atlanta. Continue Reading

Top Ten Sushi Restaurants Around Atlanta

by Jerrica Stevens

There are many places around Atlanta that you can get sushi. Some could be bad, but there are many places that have really good sushi. In order to help you navigate through these places, so that you can find the very best sushi, we have prepared a list of the top sushi restaurants around Atlanta. We hope that you have a great experience at these places. Continue Reading

Top 10 Indian Restaurants in Atlanta Area

by Kaela Proctor

It wasn’t until I lived in London that I regularly started eating Indian food.  The Indian and Kabab places are open all night long, super cheap, and they are soooo good!  Definitely a staple to live off of! So when I moved to the American south, I was very excited to see so many Indian restaurants in Atlanta. The Indian culture is vibrant and exciting and the food is amazing!...

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Whole Hogging It Up

by Serena Hale

Have you always wondered where various parts of the pig come from? Have you wondered about the process of how bacon is made or pork butt? Did you know that the pork butt actually comes from the shoulder of the pig?  Some of these qu...

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