Cliff Bostock: 7 tips all foodies should know

Years ago, one of my mentors wrote something that has stuck in my brain like little else. “A best friend,” he wrote, “is someone you can’t stand to be around more than once a year.”It’s hyperbole, but it’s ...

Cliff Bostock: Tip well at restaurants, always

Recently, after lunch at Anis, I found myself amid a scene that occurs too often. I sneaked my usual peek at a friend signing his credit card receipt. He was leaving a $3 tip on a nearly $25 bill. This is usual...

New Middle Eastern, pizza eateries tempt tastebuds

We’ve got two new mid-priced restaurants in Midtown—the highly anticipated Varuni Napoli and the undeservedly neglected Babylon Café. We also need to talk about potties a bit this week.Babylon Café (2257 Le...

Take your tax return and treat yourself to tasty eats

You may have read last week that Atlanta has won the prize for having America’s widest gap between the haves and have-nots. The very rich protest, as always, that their abundance trickles down to keep the poor ...

Finding Atlanta’s most divine dishes

When I was five, I fell in love with the poetically named Wendy Woodcock. We played outside constantly, but I didn’t really like going inside her house. Everywhere you looked, there was a huge cross draped with...
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Food: Finding Atlanta’s most divine dishes

Chef David Sweeney's pop-up menu every Wednesday at The Sound Table is inspiring. (Courtesy photo)When I was five, I fell in love with the poetically named Wendy Woodcock. We played outside constantly, but...