After you have spent you entire day eating, drinking, and celebrating all of the culinary traditions that the South has to offer, why not continue the food fest into the wee hours with Atlanta Food and Wine Festival’s After Hours events?
- NAME Anastasia Simon
- BIO Born and raised in New Orleans, Anastasia Simon has spent the past three and a half years making Atlanta her home. With a degree in textiles and apparel merchandising from Louisiana State University, Anastasia dabbled in public relations, fashion show production and visual merchandising before going back to her first love, writing. When she’s not busy researching and writing stories for Haute Living, or any one of the other publications that she regularly contributes to, Anastasia can usually be found checking out Atlanta’s burgeoning fashion and art scene, consuming copious amounts of coffee, and hunting around thrift stores for her next great fashion find.
Artcles By Anastasia Simon
Wedding season is in full swing and many a June bride is in search for the perfect pieces to pack for her honeymoon. While Atlanta shoppers can always find the ideal shoe, handbag, or dress at any one of the city’s myriad of boutiques, finding the ideal item to inspire a romantic night without resorting to mass produced mall options can be more difficult than navigating rush hour traffic. Thankfully, the Italian lingerie brand made famous by our favorite cosmo sipping, New York ladies has set up shop in Atlanta.
After years of dishing up some of the most delicious sushi in Buckhead and Sandy Springs, Genki Noodles and Sushi has finally opened the doors at their third location in Virginia-Highland. Setting up shop in the former Everybody’s Pizza, Genki has brought their innovative take on Asian fusion and casually upscale atmosphere to one of the city’s favorite areas to dine, shop, and grab a drink with old friends and new.
From haute lingerie to rubbing elbows with American Idols, this weekend there is something for everyone in Atlanta.
A delightful glass of wine paired perfectly with a meal, or enjoyed on its own, has a way of making the stresses of the day melt away with each sip. While most of us know our reds from our whites, figuring out the best place to have a glass of vino can prove as daunting as distinguishing between Syrah and a Cabernet Sauvignon. To put your palate at ease, we have searched high and low for the best places to linger over a glass of wine in Atlanta.