Results for category "ATL Skypointe"

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ATL’s Seated Seafood

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By: Alnissa Ruiz-Craig If you have some extra time on your hands and happen to be craving seafood, this post is for you. One of my favorite things about ATL is the plethora of seated dining options. When I travel, I like to arrive early to give myself plenty of time to get settled without […]

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Oh, Kale Yeah! Vegetarian & Vegan Options at ATL

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By: Alnissa Ruiz-Craig Veggie lovers unite! Today we’re talking all about a few delicious meal options here at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport that skip the meat but not the flavor. When you have food restrictions, such as being a vegetarian or vegan, going out to eat can be a bit frustrating. Often you have a […]

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Healthy Options at ATL

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By: Alnissa Ruiz-Craig New Year’s resolutions After all the holiday indulgence of egg nog, baked hams, stuffed turkeys and sweet treats, it’s not uncommon for many of us to try and start 2020 off on a healthier note. As we start the month of February, have you been sticking to your goals? It’s easier to […]

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Connection to a Legacy – Happy Birthday, Dr. King

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By: Alnissa Ruiz-Craig Two of the most special slices of Atlanta’s rich history are being the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the cradle of the Civil Rights Movement. Long after Dr. King’s untimely death, his impact continues to live all over the world; but in Atlanta, the opportunity to immerse yourself in […]

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Our Favorite Things – Holiday Shopping at ATL!

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By: Alnissa Ruiz-Craig We are on the countdown to Christmas! Can you believe it is only several days away? It really seems like time goes into ultra-high speed when the holidays come around, making it easy to get flustered. But if you’re flying through ATL and haven’t checked off everyone on your gift list, you […]

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A Taste of Taste: Atlanta Airport Restaurant Crawl

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By Alnissa Ruiz-Craig So what is better than one great restaurant? Two. Ok, so, what about three? Or how about FIVE. That’s right. I, along with seven other food bloggers, writers, and chefs, visited five of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s fantastic restaurants during the Taste of Hartsfield-Jackson Restaurant Crawl.  The crawl served as a preview […]

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Beans: The Humble and Delicious Global Unifier

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By Shannon Evans As I’ve been traveling lately, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the foods that unify us. That has always been the power of food to me. One of those key ingredients that I see used no matter where I am in the world is beans. The history of beans can […]

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National Beer Day

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Spring has arrived, and National Beer Day is quickly approaching on April 7th. As you know we do it right in the Peach State, so it only makes sense to chill with us and sip a refreshing brew. Whether you’re new to the beer game or looking for a new fave we’ve always got a […]

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Piece for Me, Piece for You

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By: Shannon Evans Maybe it was the weeks of nonstop travel. Maybe it was the flu bug that’s been going around. Either way, I’ve been sick for what feels like forever and tragically, I haven’t felt like eating. Legend has it that the idea of tapas – small plates that are typically shared – was […]

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