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Proof and Provision opens on Peachtree
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The menu strikes a similar note—where the Livingston is suited for elegance, P&P aims at opening up the collar. As chef Zeb Stevenson put it at the party, the menu is meant to be “real fun, not bullshit fun.”

Read Wyatt Williams’s full blog post
Photo of Southern 75 courtesy Jeff Moore / Garnish Photography / Green Olive Media

Proof and Provision opens on Peachtree

From the post:

The menu strikes a similar note—where the Livingston is suited for elegance, P&P aims at opening up the collar. As chef Zeb Stevenson put it at the party, the menu is meant to be “real fun, not bullshit fun.”

Read Wyatt Williams’s full blog post

Photo of Southern 75 courtesy Jeff Moore / Garnish Photography / Green Olive Media

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"I find it ironic that two of my best friends each own popular Atlanta bars within aerobic stumbling distance of my front door. Years ago I would have foamed at the mouth to be in a position that allows me to freeload booze with such abandon. I would have bounded out my door gleefully every damn day, I tell you, and descended on these places with my own personal copies of the keys I would have insisted they make for me. But those days are over, eradicated by a morning years ago when things changed."

— Hollis Gillespie, I Knew When to Bar Myself from Bingeing

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lushlady:

The Hummingbird cocktail is based on a classic polish drink the Tatanka, the Native American word for Buffalo. Want to make it yourself? The Wrecking Bar Brewpub has been kind enough to share their recipe with us!
Hummingbird+ 1 1/2 oz Bison Grass vodka+ 1 1/2 oz fresh pressed apple juice+ 3/4 oz lemon juice+ 2 spoons Runny HoneyShake all ingredients in a Boston shaker and serve straight up in a chilled martini glass. Finish with 2 dashes Fees Rhubarb Bitters and an edible flower for garnish.
Photo credit: Lush Lady

Tasty.

lushlady:

The Hummingbird cocktail is based on a classic polish drink the Tatanka, the Native American word for Buffalo. Want to make it yourself? The Wrecking Bar Brewpub has been kind enough to share their recipe with us!

Hummingbird
+ 1 1/2 oz Bison Grass vodka
+ 1 1/2 oz fresh pressed apple juice
+ 3/4 oz lemon juice
+ 2 spoons Runny Honey
Shake all ingredients in a Boston shaker and serve straight up in a chilled martini glass. Finish with 2 dashes Fees Rhubarb Bitters and an edible flower for garnish.

Photo credit: Lush Lady

Tasty.

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themidtownarchive:

Periphery shots of a Vietnam War protest that was led down Juniper Street in 1967 . Midtown Atlanta

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"By his own admission, Grant Henry had to dumb down the decor of his provocative new dive bar on Edgewood Avenue. From the street, Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room & Ping-Pong Emporium (Church, for short) looks enough like the real thing that people regularly walk in expecting to find a storefront religious sanctum."

Christiane Lauterbach, Discovery: Sister Louisa’s Church