Posts filed under "Food"

Decatur considering allowing brewpubs to sell growlers, cans and bottles

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt October 15, 2017

The Decatur City Commission meets Monday, Oct. 16, and will consider a resolution that would allow the city’s brewpubs to sell beer for off-premises consumption. Decatur’s current brewpubs – Twain’s and Oak Brew Pub – would be allowed to sell beer in growlers, cans and bottles. State law recently changed that gave cities the authority […]

Restaurants 4 Repairs event is Oct. 17, will raise funds for MLK Service Project

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt October 12, 2017

Numerous local restaurants are agreeing to donate a portion of their proceeds on Oct. 17 to help Decatur’s MLK Service Project. The annual event, held on Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend, brings out hundreds of volunteers to help repair the homes elderly Oakhurst residents. Here’s the full announcement from the MLK Service Project: October […]

UPDATE: Person shot at Suburban Plaza Walmart, suspect in custody

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt October 11, 2017

A DeKalb Police spokesperson confirmed a person has been shot at the Suburban Plaza shopping center near the city of Decatur. The incident happened around 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 11. A suspect is in custody, the Police Department spokesperson said. The spokesperson said the victim had a minor gunshot wound and was transported from […]

Korean BBQ restaurant coming to Decatur’s Arlo development

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt October 10, 2017

A Korean BBQ restaurant will open in the Arlo mixed-use development sometime next year, assuming everything goes as planned. The restaurant, which is not yet named, will be owned by James Kim, owner of 9292 Korean BBQ in Duluth. His daughter, Scarlett Kim, told Decaturish the family hopes to open the new restaurant six months from now. The […]

Kwanza Hall, Atalanta council member and mayoral candidate, will be at Kirkwood Meet & Greet

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt October 9, 2017

Kwanza Hall will be the featured guest at the latest candidate Meet & Greet in Kirkwood. The event will be held at The Pullman today, Oct. 9, starting at 7 p.m. and ending at 8:30 p.m. The Pullman is located at 1992 Hosea L Williams DR NE. “Please come have a pint, meet Kwanza, and learn […]

Water main break on Guy Way affects DeKalb County residents

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt October 5, 2017

This story has been updated.  The county Department of Watershed Management said a water main break near Park Hill Drive and Glenwood Road caused water pressure issues in the county. County spokesperson Quinn Hudson said the exact address is in the 1600 bock of Guy Way. “We have a 36 inch water main that has […]

Avondale will host Sip ‘N Stroll event on Oct. 7

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt October 4, 2017

Enjoy food and wine in Avondale Estates this weekend. The city will play host to the Sip ‘N Stroll event on Oct. 7 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Attendees will pick up their wine glass and passport program at the old bank parking lot at  North Avondale Road at Oak Street.  The organizers also gave […]

Pine LakeFest returns this weekend

Posted by Mary Margaret Stewart October 4, 2017

The annual Pine LakeFest returns this Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 7 and Oct. 8, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Pine LakeFest is a free two-day, family and pet-friendly shindig, filled with live music, food, arts and crafts, and a marketplace to display homemade art from regional artisans, including eight artists from Decatur. This year, […]

(UPDATE) Little City Lowcountry food festival postponed

Posted by Mary Margaret Stewart October 2, 2017

UPDATE: The organizers said due to anticipated bad weather on Sunday, this event has been postponed. “We WILL RESCHEDULE it pretty quickly, probably for the early spring so as not to conflict with our restaurants’ and attendees’ holiday schedules,” the organizers said. “We’ll send out new releases when we have the details closer to the […]

Decatur business owners ponder West Ponce’s future

Posted by Decaturish.com September 22, 2017

This story has been updated.  By Heather Karellas, contributor  A group of business owners along West Ponce de Leon Avenue in Decatur held its first official meeting on Sept. 21 at Café Lily to discuss their concerns about the area’s future. The area of town under discussion spans from the Commerce Drive CVS down to the […]

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