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Tapping into Treehorn Cider

Tapping into Treehorn Cider

by Claire

Treehorn Cider

This past week our team sat down with Andrew Wheeler, ciderist, co-owner, and co-operator at Treehorn Cider, to find out more about this young company making waves in the craft cider world. Located in Marietta, Treehorn Cider was officially launched in September 2015 by Andrew and a group of friends. Despite opening their doors to t...

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Vino Venue Interview

Vino Venue Interview with Lelia Bryan

by Jerrica Stevens

Vino Venue

Vino Venue Restaurant, where the Vino Venue interview took placeVino Venue was started when Micheal Bryan had an idea to deve...

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Four Forks and Madcaps sign

Four Forks and Madcap’s with Chef Aaron Avers

by Jerrica Stevens

Four Forks Restaurant and Madcap's BarFour Forks Restaurant and Madcap's Bar was created by Marsha Bomar, Billy Jones, and Bruno Taillefer. Marsha previously owned Chocolate Perks in downtown Duluth and decided ...

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Sign at Houck's Grille

Hanging Out at Houck’s Grille

by Jerrica Stevens

Houck's Grille

Houck's was started by Bill Houck when he left Erin's Steakhouse to create Houck's Steakhouse in 1986. Then he sold the franchise in 2000. It wasn't until 2015 that Bill returned to the restaurant industry where he started another restaurant under the name of Houck's Grille. The main idea of Houck's is to provide a family-friendl...

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Pine Street Market Atlanta

by Kaela Proctor

About Pine Street

Rusty Bowers owns a whole animal butchery shop located in the Avondale area of Atlanta. It started about 10 years ago as a whole sale butchery shop with just Rusty, but now includes a retail store, online store and classes, with five full time butchers and a retail and delivery staff. Their products can be found in 35 restaurants across Atlanta and up and down the East ...

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Second Self Brewery Atlanta

by Kaela Proctor

About Second Self

Second Self Brewery Atlanta is located on the West side of town at the crossroads of Chattahoochee and Logan Circle. It was started by Jason Santamaria and business partner Chris Doyle, both Atlanta natives, and Georgia Tech Graduates. Both working in the corporate world, home brewing was a hobby. Eventually, they took it out to have others try it and getting great rece...

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Interview at The Local Pizzaiolo

by Jerrica Stevens

shelves with spices and other stuffThere's a new pizzaria in town that you have to check out. The Local Pizzaiolo opened up on Tuesday, January 23 in Westside Atlanta. The owner of this new p...

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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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Wahoo! Grill Sign

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

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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