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Lunch Time in Atlanta

Ah lunchtime, that break in the middle of the day where running errands and getting out of the office (for most) are priority number one. So many people go for convenience and speed, and sometimes that’s definitely necessary, but if you try a little harder, you can have a great experience. There are a ton…

Signs of Spring

Cocktail Nirvana – Aviary

I’ve traveled all over the world and have experienced a ton of amazing things, including cocktail bars with jaw-dropping views and mind blowing presentations, but Aviary in Chicago took the cake and has forever spoiled me. From the moment you walk in and get a brief view of the magic in action, to the second…

Eat Street host James Cunningham

Interview w/ Eat Street Host James Cunningham

Most people who follow the culinary scene in Atlanta have no doubt noticed the proliferation of food trucks and food truck events that have cropped up over the past two years. What only a few years back used to be referred to as “roach coaches” have now transformed into full service trucks dishing out everything…

The private room at the back of the second level is the best in my opinion

Shoya – A Cornucopia of Flavors

I could wax poetic about the vast flavors, textures and the overall awesomeness that Shoya is, but I’ll keep it brief as this post has over 20 pictures and they speak for themselves… Shoya’s menu is vast and is hard to decipher for first timers so I would recommend going with a veteran or letting…

Facebook Fan Page

I finally succumbed to the pressure and created a Facebook page for ATLfoodsnob…I was very resistant due to the extra work, but so far I have been very happy with the results! If you enjoy the contact on this site, please help me take it to the next level by “Liking” my page. In addition…

Ivan Ramen Baton Dinner

Ivan Orkin is the creative genius behind the Ivan Ramen and soon to open Ivan Ramen Plus concepts in Tokyo, Japan. His small ramen shop is considered by many to be among the finest in the world, and thanks once again to the folks at the Baton supper series, his talents were brought to a…

Changes to ATL Food Snob

Starting today, you may have noticed a few changes to the site (less clutter, slower rotations, different colors, etc.). Apart from making it easier to navigate, there will be a set content update every week. Three posts a week will cover restaurants, recipes and food trucks on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays through the spring with…

Black Tie Secret Supper – ATL Ballet

  The latest incarnation of the Black Tie Secret Supper was held at Atlanta Ballet’s practice facility this past Saturday night, and it was another memorable affair. If you have not been to one of these events, you are truly missing out; great atmosphere, entertainment, food & beverage and there’s always something unexpected; oh and…

Tailgating – Part 1: Everyone’s Undefeated!

Ahh, the fall football season is upon us and as the weather turns cooler the food gets hardier and outdoor dining beckons. This will be the first in a series on Southern tailgate food and the traditions that accompany them.  There’s something special about cooking outdoors, especially before a big football game; the charbroiled smell…