What is better in the summer than sitting outside, chatting with friends, and sipping delicious wine? Pretty much nothing, especially these days. It is an exciting time in the wine world, with many different countries and regions producing and exporting wine. This summer get out of your comfort zone and make an effort to try some new types of wine and discover a new favorite.
Located in the heart of Midtown is Tavernpointe, a fairly new gastropub. If you are a fan of GRAIN or Seven Lamps, two restaurants churning out excellent food and cocktails, Tavernpointe will not disappoint.
This is the perfect time of year to kick back and enjoy a few margaritas with your friends at your favorite Mexican restaurant. And when it comes to cuisine from south of the border, Atlanta has quite a few top-notch options.
If you’d like to get outside and explore all that Atlanta has to offer, you couldn’t pick a better month than May. Spring festivals and farmers’ markets are in full swing, and the weekends are packed with delicious events. Check these out for a start.
In a world that is constantly becoming more and more conscious of the potential hazards with 21st century farming, the industry of organic wine has blossomed from fringe groups of wine enthusiasts to mainstream restaurant markets.
Tucked on a quiet neighborhood street in Roswell, Vin 25 seems like a secret oasis Roswellites keep to themselves. I can’t blame them. It was a warm spring day when I visited Vin 25, the kind you relish, knowing that they are few and far between in Hotlanta. Although Vin 25 has a beautiful display of wines and dark wood inside, everyone was on the patio.
The air is fresh and the streets are once again full of joggers, bikers and dog walkers out for some warm-weather adventure. If you get the urge to join in all the outdoor fun, and want to bring your canine amigo along, there's one important question to ask yourself: Where should I go?
We are excited to announce that we have partnered with Malika Bowling of Atlanta Restaurant Blog to bring you some of the best in Atlanta restaurant reviews. To kick-start our partnership we wanted to truly get to know Malika.
With all of the March Madness excitement in the air, we were inspired to put together a list of some of the best pubs and bars in Atlanta to catch the action. We're talking about hot wings, Irish cuisine, burgers, Southern food, beer and bars stacked with TVs so you don't miss a moment.
We’re excited to announce that Tavernpointe now accepts Split. The newest culinary outpost for Chef Drew Van Leuvan and his staff, Tavernpointe is a public house, offering modern cuisine presented in a casual and comforting format.
Atlanta's own fine dining juggernaut and restaurateur Ford Fry has recently teamed up with Chick-fil-A to transform the way we see fast food forever. Though many fast food chains have jumped on the health food bandwagon for a few years now, at least trying to offer healthier alternatives like apple slice sides and run-of-the-mill salads, Chick-fil-A has gone one step further in its attempt to bring a healthy option with loads of flavor.
We are giving away Cirque du Soleil tickets! A world of curiosities will unravel this spring at Atlantic Station. Step into the Cirque du Soleil experience with Kurios: Cabinet of Curiosities. One lucky Split user will be awarded a pair of tickets every week from February 15th- April 15th.
Somewhere between waking up late and deciding on the first meal of the day, we find the magic of brunch. It's a time of day when we get to pair banana flambe french toast with a mug of refreshing beer-- because, hell, why not. The best part is, there are so many places with great deals, meaning after blowing all of your hard earned dollars at the bar on Saturday night, you can still make it out for one last weekend festivity. We've picked 5 unique Atlanta restaurants that serve a knock-out brunch and won't break your bank account.
On Thursday February 4th, Split was awarded with the title of FinTech Innovation of the Year Award by the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG), one of the nation's largest state trade organizations dedicated to technology and innovation.
Somehow Valentine's Day seems to creep up each year without warning. After the excitement and chaos of the holiday season, many of us put Valentine's into the back of our minds. Fortunately, your friendly neighborhood restaurants haven't forgotten this delightful winter holiday and have pulled out all the stops to bring some incredible dishes and events for you and your significant other this February 14th. So kick back, relax, we’ve done the hard part of your Valentine’s Day planning below and found you the best spots in Atlanta, all you have to do is book the reservation.
There's been a recent petition, backed by the Georgia Restaurant Association, that is grabbing Georgians by storm. It is asking lawmakers to allow alcohol to be served at restaurants starting at 10:30, instead of it’s current time, 12:30. Though it may seem controversial at first glance, there are a few reasons why you should support this idea.
What better way to keep your teeth from chattering through this cold February than to stuff your mouth with tasty food and drinks from some of your favorite local Atlanta spots? These events promise to get you through the winter by keeping your belly warm and your feet moving.
From light, citrus flavors to full-bodied German stouts to flavors like banana, chocolate, and root beer, the brewing industry certainly isn't what it used to be. These unique beers are made even better when paired with authentic, well-crafted cuisine, as is shown in the great, southern cities of Nashville and Atlanta.
As Restaurant Week begins in Roswell, Ga, residents and visitors a like will once again get to sample some of the best cuisine this town has to offer-- and it is something to behold. With such a mixture of vibrant culinary culture it was hard to do but we have highlighted five of our favorite dining hotspots and some of the dishes that they are offering for this celebration of fantastic, local eateries.