Archive for the ‘Italian’ Category

Baronda, Midtown Atlanta Restaurant Review

Baronda in Midtown would be easy to dismiss as just another restaurant out to make money off Fox Theatre patrons due to its proximity. But take a closer look at the tasty salads, pizzas and pastas and you’ll soon realize it is worthy of a visit. For starters, the Gorgonzola salad […]

La Tagliatella, Atlanta, GA Restaurant Review

La Tagliatella is a European chain that opened its first restaurant on US soil in Midtown Atlanta. Unfortunately, Atlantans said “no thanks” to La Tagliatella and it shuttered several months ago. One other location remains in Atlanta at Emory. Having eaten at La Tagliatella before it shuttered, I can see some of this things that […]

Cibo E Beve’s Spring Menu

Now, when you think of an Italian restaurant, you think more of wine than cocktails, right? But you should be sampling at least one pre-dinner cocktail when you come to Cibo, because they are so darn delicious. In the name of research, I sampled the three of the four new cocktails being offered. They’ve even […]

Feast of the Seven Fishes Christmas Eve Seafood Dinner

A tradition believed to have originated in Sicily and now alive in many quarters of Northeast Italy is continued at Veni Vidi Vici and Davio’s in celebration of “La Vigilia”, the vigil of Christ’s birth, or Christmas Eve. The eating of fish on Christmas Eve is actually a Catholic tradition. Catholics were expected to abstain from […]

Chef Linda Harrell: Little Italy to the Big A

1 on 1 with Chef Linda Harrell: Anthony Bourdain professes, “Find out how other people live and eat and cook. Learn from them – wherever you go.” Executive Chef Linda Harrell knows this to be true.  Learn about Linda’s culinary journey from Little Italy to the Big A. Chef Linda Harrell grew up with Italians, […]