Now that Little Cake Bakery is serving up its bite-sized bundles of joy at Buckhead Pizza locations in Buckhead (3324 Peachtree Road) and Cobb Galleria (One Galleria Parkway), there are more ways than ever to indulge your sweet tooth. With take-out, dine-in and catering menus available, you can take a Little Cake with you anywhere you go. These tasty treats are baked fresh every single day with all-natural ingredients that are sure to put a smile (and maybe a little frosting) on your face. Available seven days a week from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. at Buckhead Pizza.
Friday, July 5, 2013
Yes, we are currently obsessed with Instagram. So many fun pictures of food, babies, food, architecture, food, graffiti, and well, more food! Finding photos good enough to eat is our Instagram hobby. We're loving our friends at BurgerFi in Emory Point who have just jumped on the bandwagon. Check 'em out! @burgerfi_emorypoint.
Easy treats from our Summertime Sweets board will brighten your day instantly. Find delicious uses for your summer fruit with recipes for grilled peaches, lemon parfaits and strawberry cream cheese cobbler. Enjoy your dessert guilt-free with skinny raspberry swirl cheesecake, frozen Greek yogurt bars and homemade frozen yogurt. Save a trip to the ice cream store by learning how to make your own ice cream sandwich or a banana split cupcake with a cherry on top. For the ultimate guilty pleasure, whip up a dish using your favorite candies and sweets by making a creamy Twinkie pie, OREO cheesecake, or cheesecake bars with Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. Visit our board for easy recipes to add a touch of sweetness to your summer fun.
Thursday, July 4, 2013
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Summers in Atlanta can be real scorchers, and we're already shouting for relief. Luckily, the mixologists at Hearth Pizza Tavern heard our cries and have developed a refreshing new summer drink menu featuring the wonderfully sweet fruits of the season. The Sandy Springs hot spot is now serving up the Strawberry Fields cocktail featuring a muddle of strawberries, cilantro, fresh-squeezed lime juice, simple syrup and Absolut Cilantro vodka. The Orange Fizz brings Svedka Orange Cream Pop vodka together with ginger ale and a slice of orange for a refreshingly cool summer treat. Other bright newcomers to the drink menu include the Hummingbird, abuzz with peach and basil, and the Key Lime Pie martini that packs a Florida vacation in a glass. The St. Rita, featured in Simply Buckhead's May/June "Margarita" section, brings St. Germain to the Tequila Blanco and lime party. The Old Fashioned keeps things classic while the Simply White margarita drips with modern elegance. Can't decide which to try? Stop by on Tuesdays when any of the five martinis on the menu are $5, or visit on Thursdays for the same deal on margaritas. This way, you can try them all without even breaking a sweat (or the bank).
Tuesday, July 2, 2013
Still got that competitive spirit or looking to continue to the weekend fun? Then join in the table tennis action on Sunday afternoons at No. 246. There's a spot for you on the roster when outdoor Ping-Pong play takes over the Decatur restaurant's backyard area from 5-8 p.m. Sign up by emailing Clarke Anderson at . Dust off that paddle and get working on those drop shots, lobs and spikes, if you want to win the weekly tournament. This is No. 246, not Wimbledon or the U.S. Open, so chef/co-Owner Drew Belline backs a training table menu of bites and beverages for Ping-Pongers and their guests. No. 246 is open until 10 p.m. on Sunday nights, so stick around afterwards for dinner.
It's summertime in Atlanta, and the city is serving up too much excitement to be sitting on the sidelines. Sunday Funday is taken to a whole new level at No. 246, with nights full of ping-pong play, Italian bites and bubbling brews. Check out their training table menu and get the scoop on all the action in the “A” in this week’s Dish!
Monday, July 1, 2013
This Thursday, light sparklers and raise a flag to say, "Happy Birthday, U.S.A."! Year #237 deserves more than cake and candles, and Atlanta restaurants eagerly oblige with celebrations ranging from backyard Olympics to barbecue, beer and bands to bloody marys for Peachtree Road Race viewers. Have backyard plans and picnics of your own? Purveyors are ready with pastured meats, flavorful grilling blends and bushels of fresh fruit. Your bill of righteous good times is one click away on our Atlanta Dish blog. Find your fun with fireworks and food in your neighborhood now!