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Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Not in the mood to cook this Thanksgiving? Here are some selections of Thanksgiving dinner specials from grocery stores and restaurants around Smyrna, Vinings and nearby communities.
There are many tasty ways to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner without Mom’s help and still maintain important Southern cuisine traditions. Both Kroger and Publix offer complete family dinners unde $60. South City Kitchen, Chicken and the Egg, Magnolia Thomas Restaurant, Ted’s Montana Grill and Cracker Barrel will have Thanksgiving menus and/or specials. Dinner prices range from $9.99 to $42 per person. It’s also important to make a reservation, if possible. It will save you from disappointment or a mood-killing wait in line. 1675 Cumberland Pkwy SE Ste 103, Smyrna, 30080; 770-435-0700; Thanksgiving Hours: 11 a.m.–7 p.m. Cost: $42 per adult, $21 for children under 12 Thanksgiving Menu: Click here to make a reservation. 1000 Cumberland Mall SE …
Sunday, January 29, 2012
A group of men stranded in the wilderness get hunted down by a pack of wolves. It's primal, it's primitive…it's Grey.
Liam Neeson and a bunch of roughneck oil riggers go down in a plane crash in the frozen Alaska wilderness in "The Grey." Neeson plays John Ottway, a loner and the alpha dog, of sorts, among the surviving men of the crash. They are forced to stay together to battle the elements and a pack of wolves, set on making them the next meal. A supporting cast includes Dallas Roberts as the smart sensitive guy, Dermot Mulroney as the sad dad missing his kid, and Frank Grillo as the Latino hothead. They face frostbite, wolf bite, drowning, and falling from great heights. Harsh outcomes for both man and beast. In the middle of this life and death situation there's time for conversation among the men. We get to know their back story and learn that they …
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
After you sweat it out at Thursday's Gobble Jog, head to one of these Smyrna-Vinings restaurants that are offering Thanksgiving dinners.
Atkins Park Tavern serves up Thanksgiving dinner: deep-fried Creole turkey breast, Dr Pepper spiral glazed ham, squash casserole with cracker topping, pimento deviled eggs, Southern-style green beans and herbed bread stuffing, sweet potato soufflé, cranberry orange relish and a pumpkin and mascarpone cheese roll for dessert. Doors open at 4 p.m. Thanksgiving day. Dinner for adults is $20, $15 for young adults and $8 for children. Reservations are recommended: 770-435-1887. South City Kitchen’s “Thanksgiving in the Kitchen” is a Southern-style three-course, prix fixe dinner, $39.95 for adults, $19.98 for kids under 12. Guests chose from a list of appetizers, entrees and desserts including fried green tomatoes, house made pimento cheese, she…
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Wednesday's weather looks to be near perfect, and from great food to good music, there's plenty to enjoy in Smyrna-Vinings.
Not to be confused with “wasabi,” the horseradishy hot condiment commonly served with sushi and not for the faint of taste buds, Wabi Sabi is an emerging performance series by the Atlanta Ballet. Choreographed by emerging young artists, the innovative Wabi Sabi performs at beautiful outdoor venues, such as Atlanta Botanical Garden, to “bring art to the people.” How can dining out at the luscious South City Kitchen help further their mission, you may ask? On Wednesday night, South City Kitchen Vinings will host a special “Dine Out for Atlanta Ballet’s Wabi Sabi” evening during which they donate 20 percent of your check to help support this unique project. From 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., waltz into SCKV for your favorite fried green tomatoes, she-…
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Whatever your taste, you can find it here in Smyrna-Vinings.
Some people can be a bit fanatical about the type and quality of vino they imbibe. Others are happy to drink anything that isn’t labeled “Boone’s Farm.” Regardless of which side you most resemble, The Wine Cellars Pinot Noir Smackdown is guaranteed to be a tippling good time. Seriously, according to owner Renee Rowe, Pinot Smackdown is “a global celebration of the world’s most expressive wine grape combined with a knock-down, drag-out cage fight between your favorite Pinot-producing regions.” We’re intrigued. On Thursday, from 6 to 8 p.m., drop into The Wine Cellars to find out who the purple contenders are. Rowe comments, “Here's the twist: Tweet your vote for the world’s best Pinot to @PinotSmackdown, then join us at The Wine Cellars and…