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Exploring Gwinnett County: Atlanta’s Koreatown

As you drive down Jimmy Carter Boulevard, there’s a notable shift as you go from Norcross into Duluth. The signage starts to change languages, from English letters to Korean ones. You’ve officially entered Gwinnett County, Atlanta’s Korean neighborhood. Cities like New York and Los Angeles are known for their communities, but most don’t consider the […]

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Classic Eats: McLard’s BBQ

Classic Eats is a series about old-school and beloved Southern dining establishments. Do you have suggestions? Leave them in the comments. Those who don’t think that Arkansas is known for its barbecue have clearly never visited McClard’s in Hot Springs. The McClards first opened as a diner in 1928 but soon became known for their […]

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Classic Eats: Carter’s Grill and Restaurant

Classic Eats is a series about old-school and beloved Southern dining establishments. Do you have suggestions? Leave them in the comments. Carter’s Grill and Restaurant is Albany,¬†Georgia’s most beloved soul food establishment. Located near the Albany Civil Rights Institute, this is a popular lunch spot for its massive portions and reasonable prices. The dishes are […]

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Classic Eats: The Pancake Shop

Classic Eats is a series about old-school and beloved Southern dining establishments. Do you have suggestions? Leave them in the comments. For a hearty breakfast before a day of sightseeing, hiking, or mountain biking, there’s just one place to go in Hot Springs: The Pancake Shop. They’ve been serving hungry locals and visitors since 1940 […]

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