Yvonne Zusel, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Yvonne Zusel

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Past articles by Yvonne:

Yeah Burger closes in West Midtown after 12 years

Metro Atlanta burger concept Yeah Burger closed over the weekend after more than a decade in business. → Read More

Root Baking Co. closing this weekend in Ponce City Market

Popular Ponce City Market bakery Root Baking Co. is closing its doors at the end of service on April 3. → Read More

The restaurants opening in metro Atlanta in 2022

A running list of the restaurants set to open in metro Atlanta in 2022. → Read More

Taco Mac Lindbergh cites ‘safety challenges’ among reasons for closure

Local sports bar chain Taco Mac has closed its Lindbergh location after 15 years, citing, among other things, “safety challenges” as a reason for the closure. → Read More

Sushi Hayakawa relocating from Buford Highway to West Midtown

Longtime Buford Highway sushi restaurant Sushi Hayakawa is relocating to the Star Metals District development in West Midtown and downsizing. → Read More

Inaugural Trifoliate Awards recognize Georgia chefs for culinary excellence

Conceived during the COVID-19 lockdown as an ongoing annual series, the Trifoliate Awards “are intended to celebrate and give a platform to the leading voices who have emerged in this trying new reality,” according to a press release. Winners include Brian So, Parnass Savang, Joey Ward and Claudia Martinez. → Read More

Atlanta chefs team up to offer nine-course meal for International Women’s Day

Female-owned metro Atlanta restaurants are coming together for a dinner in honor of International Women's Day. → Read More

Try 5: Five meat and cheese boards to try in metro Atlanta

Five meat and cheese boards to try in metro Atlanta, including options for kids and vegans. → Read More

Brasserie at Parish closes in Inman Park

The Eastside Beltline restaurant had reopened in October for dine-in, takeout and walkup service after closing temporarily last March due to the coronavirus pandemic. The last day of service was over New Year’s Day weekend. → Read More

National Pie Day 2021: How to celebrate in Atlanta

Looking for something sweet to start the new year off with? Lucky for you, National Pie Day is celebrated each year on Jan. 23. National Pie Day started around 1975, when Boulder, Colorado, schoolteacher Charlie Papazian told his students he was declaring his birthday, Jan. 23, National Pie Day, the Denver Post reported. Forty-four years later, the holiday endures. → Read More

Brown Bag Seafood Co. opening second Atlanta location in Westside Provisions

Chicago-based restaurant Brown Bag Seafood Co., which recently opened its first Atlanta location, is planning its second in West Midtown. → Read More

Georgia Women’s Food Fest to showcase female-owned restaurants, food businesses

Celebrate local female-owned restaurants, food entrepreneurs and food-related businesses as part of the inaugural Georgia Women’s Food Fest. → Read More

Atlanta tiki bar Trader Vic’s reopens today and more dining news from the week

Tiki bar Trader Vic's in Atlanta is reopening after months of being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Iconic Atlanta restaurant Mary Mac’s Tea Room to reopen next month

Mary Mac's Tea Room will reopen in November 2020 after being closed since March due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Check out the menu for Siete Tacos and Tequila, opening next week at Marietta Square Market

Louie Kramer and his wife, Jessica, are opening Siete Tacos and Tequila inside Marietta Square Market. → Read More

20 new restaurants, bars and cafes to try around metro Atlanta

20 restaurants, bars and cafes to try around metro Atlanta that have opened since August 2020. → Read More

4 virtual food and drink events to check out this month

Love food and looking for something to do this month from the comfort of your couch? Check out these virtual food and drink events happening in October. → Read More

Tavern at Phipps permanently closes after 30 years

The Tavern at Phipps has decided not to reopen at Phipps Plaza after 30 years in business. → Read More

Brown Bag Seafood Co. to open this week at Colony Square in Midtown

Brown Bag Seafood Co. is opening its first location outside of Chicago at Colony Square in Midtown. → Read More

DAS BBQ opening a second location in Grant Park

Westside barbecue restaurant DAS BBQ is opening a new location in Grant Park. → Read More