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- 02/19/15--11:30: _Breaking down Atlan...
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- 07/17/15--12:02: _Kevin Gillespie’s R...
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- 10/01/15--11:13: _Inside Kevin Gilles...
- 12/02/15--06:00: _Review: Revival wor...
- 01/14/16--13:09: _6. Gunshow
- 03/02/16--08:47: _What’s the worst di...
- 03/15/16--13:12: _Gillespie, Satterfi...
- 06/17/16--11:01: _Local spotlight: Be...
- 06/23/16--06:33: _Gunshow’s Spencer G...
- 12/09/16--10:33: _Commentary: When it...
- 03/09/17--09:39: _Could the Kudu gril...
- 04/19/17--12:24: _The best metro Atla...
- 07/25/17--09:17: _Chef Seni Alabi-Isa...
- 10/12/17--12:20: _Gunshow’s ‘90s Week...
- 11/08/17--13:36: _5 Atlanta events yo...
- 02/19/15--11:30: Breaking down Atlanta’s James Beard Award nominees for 2015
- 10/01/15--11:13: Inside Kevin Gillespie’s VIP TomorrowWorld dinner
- 12/02/15--06:00: Review: Revival worships at the altar of butter
- 01/14/16--13:09: 6. Gunshow
- 03/02/16--08:47: What’s the worst dish Gunshow’s Kevin Gillespie has ever made?
- 06/17/16--11:01: Local spotlight: Beautiful Briny Sea salt
- 06/23/16--06:33: Gunshow’s Spencer Gomez heads to Holeman and Finch Public House
- 12/09/16--10:33: Commentary: When it comes to dining, Atlanta should look inward
- 04/19/17--12:24: The best metro Atlanta restaurants with free parking
- 10/12/17--12:20: Gunshow’s ‘90s Week menu is a love letter to the decade
- 11/08/17--13:36: 5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: November 8-14
Atlanta scored big on this year’s list of James Beard Award semifinalists with a record number of nominees. Thirteen Atlanta chefs and restaurants made the cut (fourteen, if you count The Grey in Savannah). Finalists will be announced on Tuesday, March 24.
The best baklava comes from a shop famous around Atlanta for its pita, Leon International Foods. And a restaurant's food may be highly complex, but that doesn't mean its name needs to be.
Gunshow’s Kevin Gillespie is ready to open his take on traditional Southern dining next Thursday. Located in the former Harbour House space at 129 Church Street in Decatur, Revival will serve only dinner at first and will offer lunch starting August 10th. Plans for afternoon tea are in the works as well. The dining room will have 100 seats as well […]
I’m certain that no airport restaurant can compare to our very own One Flew South on Concourse E in the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. And it might sound petty for a restaurant critic to find fault with an establishment’s napkins, but as any chef will tell you, details matter.
A rain-soaked, mud-slathered, and at least partially drug-fueled music festival isn't exactly the sort of place you'd expect to find fine dining. But there it was, adjacent to the main stage at TomorrowWorld, the gigantic electronic music festival that took place last weekend on 8,000 acres of farmland in Chattahoochee Hills.
Revival is Kevin Gillespie’s re-creation of the food he grew up eating at the table of his grandmother, whom he calls the best cook he’ll ever know, and who specialized in flavor-packed abundance.
Built upon the singular promise of eating well and without pretension, Kevin Gillespie’s Gunshow is our gutsiest restaurant.
Kevin Gillespie discusses fried chicken, hunting, and the weirdest thing about being on Top Chef.
Staplehouse is a finalist for Best New Restaurant, while Satterfield and Gillespie are up for Best Chef: Southeast. This year marks the fourth time that Satterfield has made this category (and Gillespie’s second)
After restaurateur Suzi Sheffield moved to Atlanta in 2012, she took up a new hobby: blending her own seasoned salts, with flavors ranging from lavender to pink peppercorn to mushroom.
“I didn’t necessarily want to leave Gunshow. I knew that Holeman had this availability, and it’s just a really good fit. I’ve done a lot of charcuterie work and meat-focused dining,” says Gomez, who prior to Gunshow worked at the Branded Butcher in Athens.
Atlanta is a city that looks outward far more than inward, or even nearby. Outward, say, to the Lower East Side (the General Muir’s pastrami), or to China (Gu’s Dumplings), or to France (Bread & Butterfly’s tender, airy omelets). With the glorious exception of Ryan Smith at Staplehouse, I didn’t find a posse of young, or youngish, chefs all cooking as much for each other as for the public. The priority in Atlanta is less innovation based on local ingredients, as at Staplehouse, than finding a formula that works and then pumping out food to fit it. This makes for generous, untweezed food. But it also means food that, once successful, can become rote.
Gunshow and Revival chef Kevin Gillespie, along with Macon-based entrepreneur Stebin Horne, created a South African–style open grill called the Kudu. (Thanks, Kickstarter!)
Parking in Atlanta can be a nightmare, especially when all you want is a bite to eat. So we've rounded up where you can park for free. No, not complementary valet and no, not in the occasional open space found on a side street after rounding the block three times. These are free lots next to the restaurant itself.
Of the approximately 100 restaurants in Statesboro, some 70 percent are fast food chains. Seni Alabi-Isama craved thoughtful food made from high-quality ingredients that reflected his wide-ranging cultural influences.
Just before Halloween, Kevin Gillespie's Gunshow is paying tribute to the 1990s. The Glenwood Park restaurant will feature a menu filled with '90s throwback foods and pop culture references—all while the staff dresses up and '90s music roars through the speakers.
Jay-Z at Philips, wine at Historic Fourth Ward Park, and get your Christmas shopping in early at Shoppe Holiday Market.