• BIG WILLIE’S HOT STUFF

    written & photographed by CARL DANBURY, JR. SEDGWICK RESTAURANT GROUP (SRG) HAS ALWAYS BEEN A BIT AHEAD OF THE CULINARY CURVE IN THE NORTHSIDE. They brought us Vinny’s on Windward when few decent Italian options were present. They quizzically shuttered Van Gogh’s only to unveil the …

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  • SOUTHERN BAKED PIE CO.

    written & photographed by JENNIFER COLOSIMO NO ONE SAYS “PIE” QUITE LIKE AMANDA WILBANKS. Her southern drawl and big grin warm up a conversation faster than you can eat a slice of her signature caramel pecan pie – but it’d be close. That’s because she’s …

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  • C&S CHOWDER HOUSE

    written by JENNIFER COLOSIMO photos courtesy of JEFF MOORE; GREEN OLIVE MEDIA; ANNA BOOTH WITH THREE MINI BOWLS OF CLAM CHOWDER UNDER MY NOSE, I picked up my spoon but hesitated. Should I satisfy my curiosity to compare the traditional, creamy version to the hundreds …

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  • FRANKIE’S: THE STEAKHOUSE

    written by CHRISTINE KIRK | photography courtesy of ENRIQUE SAMSON INSPIRED BY THE CLASSY RESTAURANTS LIKE THE BROWN DERBY that once tempted Hollywood stars and dignitaries, Frankie’s The Steakhouse is Duluth’s newest addition to fine dining. Crowning the third floor of the private 1818 Club …

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  • Russell Moore

    A Stranger in His Own Hometown written by CARL DANBURY photography by LIZ ERIKSON PHOTOGRAPHY except the photo of the band which is courtesy of KIM BRANTLEY PHOTOGRAPHY site location courtesy of THE BARN AT URBAN FARM RUSSELL MOORE’S VOICE HAS RANGE, figuratively and literally. Depending …

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