Category Archive for 'Restaurants'

Wagyu & Wine is Back at The Capital Grille

The Capital Grille Wagyu & Wine 2015

The Capital Grille today announced its annual Wagyu & Wine event, the perfect opportunity for diners seeking an elevated post-work dining experience. Wagyu & Wine event is one of my personal favorites and will run this year from September 14th – November 22nd in The Capital Grille’s lounge. For $25, guests can choose from two different […]

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La Tagliatella Italian Restaurant in Atlanta

La Tagliatella

While most new restaurants in Atlanta are minimalist in design with their concrete walls, exposed ceilings and little amount of art, La Tagliatella starts their first U.S. venture by coming to Atlanta in true Italian style. They’ve transformed the old Silk Asian restaurant on Peachtree Street by using ornate Italian décor and serving authentic Italian […]

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Atlanta’s Steak Restaurants for Lunch

Blue Ridge Grill

Your favorite Atlanta chop house restaurants for dinner can be your favorite lunch restaurants for business or pleasure. You might be avoiding them because you’re assuming that they are expensive for lunch but they aren’t any more expensive than other restaurant in Atlanta that you might be patronizing for lunch. My top picks include: Blue […]

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Bone Garden Cantina’s Day of the Dead Celebration

Bone Garden Cantina Motorcycle

The Day of the Dead Celebration is not to be confused with Halloween since it’s a Mexican holiday celebrated on November 1 throughout Mexico and around the world that remembers and prays for family and friends that have died. Bone Garden Cantina distinctively recognizes this holiday in its restaurant’s colorful interior but officially celebrates it every year since its […]

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With a Southern Twist is all about good living in today's South. A true Southerner, the author's passions include food, home design, travel, restaurants, shopping, and entertaining. It is a fun blog about one of her most beloved regions of the country, shared through personal experiences.