The arts, cultural and news magazine of Henry W. Grady High School in Atlanta, Georgia

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Dragon Bowl Fires Up Healthy Eating

Dragon Bowl Fires Up Healthy Eating

August 23, 2017

From the creators of Atlanta’s beloved Osteria and Doc Chey’s restaurants, Dragon Bowl opened in 2014 to serve the families, hospital and college community in Emory Village....

CO: A Pan-Asian Feast

CO: A Pan-Asian Feast

August 22, 2017

Located in the Poncey-Highlands area, restaurant CO offers an authentic array of pan-Asian foods. The restaurant gives off a hip, modern vibe thats fits right in with the trendy p...

Doc Chey’s Unites a Community

Doc Chey’s Unites a Community

March 6, 2017

The red neon sign reading “Doc Chey’s” glows above the young and the old as they eat at the restaurant, which has established itself as a part of the neighborhood famili...

King of Crops: The Healthy Treats in Your Favorite Sweets

King of Crops: The Healthy Treats in Your Favorite Sweets

October 9, 2016

This August, King of Crops opened their farmers market stand in Ponce City Market next to the prominent King of Pops business. Just six weeks ago, Cory Mosser, the partner and fa...

Botiwalla: A Unique Indian Experience

Botiwalla: A Unique Indian Experience

October 4, 2016

Botiwalla is an Indian grill restaurant that recently opened in Ponce City Market. Restaurants like this originated as tea and kabab houses run by Zoroastrians, who emigrated from...

Woody’s Drums up Business for Forty Years

September 16, 2016

Filed under Cuisine

Every Friday afternoon, Woody’s Cheesesteaks is packed to its fullest capacity. The restaurant’s proximity to Grady allows students to dash right after school to grab a quick bite to eat to start off their weekend. Woody’s has been offering cheesesteaks for $6.50 and milkshakes for $3.25 since the restaurant opened in 1975. They also offer cold hoagies and hot dogs for similar prices. Even as ...

Basecamp Provisions Brings Easily Accessible Eats

Basecamp Provisions Brings Easily Accessible Eats

August 25, 2016

Park Tavern has been feeding the midtown community since 1999. Recently, the bar, restaurant and event space have welcomed a new addition to its family: Basecamp Provisions, a charming airstream food ...

Cameli’s Thrives in New Environment

Aidan Downey, Writer

August 3, 2016

Filed under Cuisine

Little Five Points, a unique commercial hotspot between Candler Park and Inman Park, is home to many restaurants and shops, including Cameli’s, which sprang up almost four years ago on the same block as Front Page News and Zesto. This pizza restaurant, owned by George Cameli, is a great environment for all ages. “We've tried to make our restaurants comfortable for adult groups as well as familie...

Meals on Wheels

Lauren Cobbin, Writer

June 20, 2016

Filed under Cuisine

Food trucks are becoming a wonderful part of Atlanta’s food culture, bringing a little taste of everything to the community and many view them as an identity of the city. Atlanta’s food scene is not as exciting as other cities that have new restaurants emerging frequently. However, with events like Food Truck Thursday in the Park and their presence at festivals spice up the dining experience to...

Your Home Down 14th Street

Uzuki Kakinuma, Editor

June 20, 2016

Filed under Cuisine

For several years now, Atlanta has been struggling to find an authentic Japanese identity. Well, don’t settle for grocery store sushi, because 14th Street now has a perfect solution. If you are craving some fresh fish imported directly from the famous Tsukiji fish market in Japan, or a taste of the best ramen in town,  find your way to Wagaya, a new lunch and dinner spot for seaweed-wrapped treasur...

Is Organic Food Worth Your Green?

Is Organic Food Worth Your Green?

June 20, 2016

Organic and all-natural is not just for hippies anymore. The hot topic amongst the health-obsessed community is the mass consumption of non-fertilized, untouched, non-gmo products  t...

Soporific Snacks and Energizing Eats

Soporific Snacks and Energizing Eats

June 20, 2016

Many high-school students struggle to fall asleep at night, haunted by their own procrastination or with juggling numerous AP classes. Countless others stress over staying awa...

The arts, cultural and news magazine of Henry W. Grady High School in Atlanta, Georgia