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11 Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Atlanta, Georgia

July 27th, 2021|Categories: Featured, Regions, Southeast, Trends & Trails|Tags: , |

Whether you're visiting Atlanta, Georgia, or live in the area, when it comes to enjoying a meal out with friends—including your furry best friend—mouthwatering options abound. Many restaurants make room for pups, so you and your pooch can nosh on apps or just grab a drink (hey, it's hot out there!). Here are 11 of Atlanta's great dog-friendly restaurants (in alphabetical order):

Gas Station Eats in No Man’s Land

July 21st, 2021|Categories: Featured, South, Trends & Trails|Tags: |

It’s a foodie’s dream job: Develop a culinary trail to promote a unique region in Louisiana and then spend days sampling the food specialties in each town. Kelli M. West, marketing and communications director at Natchitoches Area Convention & Visitors Bureau in Natchitoches, La., had the pleasure of enjoying numerous lunches and desserts to create the Gas Station Eats trail of “No Man’s Land,” the region situated on the western corner of the state bordering Texas. The delicious job required culinary fortitude.

12 Dog-Friendly Vineyards in North Carolina

July 8th, 2021|Categories: Featured, Regions, Southeast, Trends & Trails|Tags: , |

After a year of being cooped up at home with their wine-loving owners, it’s only natural for four-legged friends to expect an invitation to the vineyards. Luckily, many of the nearly 260 wineries across North Carolina welcome dogs on the property. Several vineyards even provide treats, water bowls, and other amenities to make it an enjoyable experience for well-trained owners and their pets. (To keep the experience pleasant for all visitors, dog owners are asked to keep dogs on a leash and clean up any messes.)

11 Best Asian Restaurants (Right Now) on Atlanta, Georgia’s Buford Highway

June 29th, 2021|Categories: Asian, Cuisines, Featured, Regions, Southeast, Trends & Trails|Tags: |

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Buford Highway stretches approximately two miles through Atlanta’s DeKalb County, Georgia, but its reputation as a hub of ethnic foods has a much more distant reach. One of the most ethnically diverse regions in the U.S., Buford Highway is home to over 1,000 different immigrant-owned businesses—including restaurants that range from Korean barbecues to Vietnamese bakeries, Mexican taco joints to Bangladeshi curry houses, Spanish tapas bars to amazing farmers’ markets. It can be hard to know where to start.

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