Here’s what to eat, drink, buy, cook and more from the past week in metro Atlanta.
Restaurant news and events
Savannah Sasser has started her new post as executive chef at Hampton + Hudson
in Inman Park after a several-year stint at Twain's in Decatur. The restaurant has also revamped its menu with new sharable appetizers, salads, flatbreads, entrees and desserts, as well as several vegan options. Dishes include a house-made pasta of the day, daily fresh fish, cured salmon deviled eggs, a Bee’s Knees Burger, vegan spring vegetables and dumplings and H+H whoopie pie for dessert.
Old Fourth Ward spot
has revamped its dinner menu, with a focus on seasonal dishes and shared plates. Only two or three of the original dishes remain. Menu items include shrimp dumplings, mushroom rolls and spring greens.
Eduardo Porto Carreiro has joined Ford Fry Restaurants as the beverage manager for JCT Kitchen, the Optimist and Marcel. He previously served as beverage manager for restaurants in New York and Los Angeles.
Bacchanlia now open in new location
East Coast donut chain to bring three locations to metro Atlanta
New coffee kiosk to deliver espresso with a twist at Cobb Galleria
Savannah Bee Co. is buzzing into Atlanta
Farm Burger, Your Pie coming to Grant Park
Kevin Rathbun attached to From the Earth Brewing Co., opening in Roswell
Hickory & Hazel opening at airport hotel
In-N-Out not coming to Atlanta
Restaurant openings and closings
Brine Seafood Shack to open at Avalon next week
Barleygarden opening at Avalon next week
Vine & Tap closes after 3 years
Where and what to eat, what to cook, what to buy, what to drink
Beer for breakfast? Where do we begin?
Get your Easter brunch on at these OTP restaurants
Get ready for Passover with these recipes
Dish of the Week: Maitaki mushroom pizza at Vero Pizzeria
First Look: Boba Bee on Buford Highway
Buy This: Three things hot, savory and sweet
Learn how to make tea sandwiches with recipes from three metro Atlanta spots
Learn how to make AC Hotel's Flor de Bahia cocktail
Read The A List: The faces, places, dishes and drinks defining the Atlanta dining scene right now
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