The Atlanta 50: Where to eat [NOOK Book]

Overview

Looking for good eats in Atlanta? Stop here first. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s food critic John Kessler spent several weeks visiting restaurants throughout metro Atlanta in search of the best food in town. He came up with a list of 50 restaurants. Chaptered by cuisine, the book offers expanded reviews on each restaurant, Kessler’s commentary and additional extras not available in the 2012 newspaper’s Spring Dining Guide.
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The Atlanta 50: Where to eat

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Overview

Looking for good eats in Atlanta? Stop here first. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s food critic John Kessler spent several weeks visiting restaurants throughout metro Atlanta in search of the best food in town. He came up with a list of 50 restaurants. Chaptered by cuisine, the book offers expanded reviews on each restaurant, Kessler’s commentary and additional extras not available in the 2012 newspaper’s Spring Dining Guide.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014528320
  • Publisher: FeedBrewer, Inc.
  • Publication date: 4/18/2012
  • Series: The Atlanta 50 , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 139
  • File size: 6 MB

Meet the Author

John Kessler is the chief dining critic at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He has been a dining critic for more than 15 years and has also worked as a food columnist, a features writer and a profile writer. Kessler has won a passel of awards for his writing, including the James Beard Award. He is a first place winner for both the Green Eye Shade and the National Headliner awards. In addition, he has won awards from the Association of Food Journalists, and been named in Best Food Writing at least seven times. He has also won awards for wine writing.

Kessler graduated from Williams College in Massachusetts with a degree in the History of Ideas as well as L’Academie de Cuisine culinary school near Washington, D.C. Before he learned how to hold down a job, he taught English in the Kansai region of Japan and cooked in restaurants in Washington and Denver. He has never skydived but did once fall into a Chinese sewer. He lives in Decatur with his wife, three daughters and far too many house pets.

He really likes sushi, eggplant, tangerines, yogurt, crusty bread, pâté and barbecuing unruly hunks of meat on his Big Green Egg.

He doesn’t much care for macaroni salad, canned corn, cheesecake, soft dinner rolls, meatloaf or decorative baking projects that involve blue icing.
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