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Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 11/13/23

Fall is the best time to head to the mountains. Being only 4.5 hours from Atlanta, we traveled up to Awe inspiring Boone, NC. It was a blustery, clear weekend and the rolling hills and mountains were changing to red, orange, and brown all around us. Plus, the temperature was brisk just like you’d want it on a mountain weekend getaway. Beyond the beautiful views and weather, Boone boasts a lively downtown, all types of food and brew options, stellar hotel accommodations, as well as a skiing destination in the winter. Some of our favorite places that we will explore are the Graystone Lodge just 3 miles from downtown, Lost Provience downtown and Hardin Creek just outside town, Boonshine, Dan’l Boone Inn & Restaurant, and The Beacon Boone!  

Stay: Graystone Lodge 

The recently renovated Graystone Lodge, Ascend Hotel Collection, is a cozy lodge inspired hotel where the minute you walk in you feel at home. You’re greeted with a large inviting stone fireplace to welcome guests, seating area with TV, and breakfast area where they serve the best complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Beyond that they’re close to shopping, restaurants, and only about 3 miles to downtown and 2 miles to App State.  

We got a large king room with a large comfy bed and plenty of room to lounge. One of the highlights of the room is the beautiful light-up Blue Ridge Mountains mural in the headboard. It looks just like the mountains blue and purple! In the bathroom, they’ve upgraded to beautiful floating vanity, upgraded shower and mirrors, as well as shiplap walls!  

The amenities abound as well at Graystone Lodge! In the lobby, there is a cozy fireplace with a reading area. The Lodge offers a hot buffet for breakfast with waffles, eggs, their own egg casserole bake, and even Dan’l Boone ham! They have a small market area for late night snacks and a large indoor pool great for swimming all year.  


Dan’l Boone Inn & Restaurant 

Dan’l Boone Inn & Restaurant is as southern as banana pudding. Dan’l Boone Inn & Restaurant located in the heart of Boone is near App State and the essential family style spot for all your country cooking favorites. It is nestled in a beautiful white home with lush grounds and epic mountain views. Inside, after waiting in line on the porch, you’ll start out with cool salads and drinks followed by a smorgasbord of tasty fried chicken, warm, buttery biscuits filled with Dan’l Boone’s signature cured, salty, meaty ham (must try), and savory sirloin steak in gravy! Then, paired with a slew of trimmings like creamy, dreamy, mashed potatoes, ham drenched green beans, buttery corn, creamy coleslaw, and the best, sweet baked apples (must try)! For dessert choose between their must try creamy perfect banana pudding, rich chocolate cake or strawberry shortcake!  

Everything is included in the price, that is adults are $23.95 before tax and tip and kids vary by age. Breakfast has its own pricing, and they don’t take credit cards, so you’ll need to bring cash, check, or use their ATM. Don’t forget to check out the store for preserves and that epic Dan’l Boone ham so you can take home a slice of Boone with you! And whatever you do, plan some time to get into the restaurant! There WILL be a long line during peak hours especially on the weekend.  

Lost Provience Gastropub – Downtown Boone 

On our first night, we went Downtown Boone to indulge in Lost Province Brewing co.’s gastro pub! In an old brick building on the corner, this spot has a large bar, ample seating, a large woodfire pizza oven, and a large patio. From a plethora of beers on tap, to fun shared plates, to wonderful handhelds, and even pizza, this is a spot you could hang out and relax for a spell! We’d recommend heading out back to the patio for mountain views! 

For you beer lovers, you’ll really enjoy their wide variety of brews like The Great Pumpkin Ale, a light malted ale filled with fall spices, yet drinkable. John really loved the sweet, slightly hopped and light Bless Your Heart Blonde Ale. On our flight, we sampled: Awww Puddin, a banana pudding ale, light and refreshing with some banana flavor and sweet, the tangy and tart Up Schitt’s Creek fruited sour, a robust and toasted London Porter, and an earthy herbaceous blackberry sour, Word to the Wise.  

Don’t only go for some suds, you must stay for their wonderful food like the favorite dish of the night, Hot Fried Chicken Sandwich that is crispy yet juicy chicken in a sweet apricot and spicy jalapeño glaze on fresh bread. It is topped with spicy pickled jalapeños, cool slaw, and a tasty aioli! John opted for the Wood fired pizza. It is Napoleon style with very fresh mozzarella and fresh tossed dough, tangy sauce, and spicy pepperoni! He was happy!  

For our starters we got the Apple burrata salad that is creamy cool burrata atop a bed of poached apple, sweet, toasty pecans, earthy greens, raisins, and a sweet maple vinaigrette  

The best appetizer was the Jalapeño hushpuppies are spicy and rich inside and oh so crispy out. They are paired with hot pimento cheese that is warm, spicy, creamy and sharp. These are a must try with pimento cheese. Finally, we got the Wood fired pretzel. It is tender inside, crispy outside pizza bread with a light char and marinara for dipping.  

The Beacon Boone 

On our second night, we visited the wonderful The Beacon Boone. Located just outside downtown Boone and just a half mile from our hotel, The Beacon is an upscale eatery with cozy-lodge style vibes, sweeping vaulted ceilings, large stone fireplace, lounge area, and beautiful bar. On the menu is an array of seafood, meats, shareable charcuterie and salads, a whole butcher menu, and some of the best cocktails in the whole area!  

If we had to pick one food and drink pairing, we had, it has to be the stunning peppered beef carpaccio. It is meaty and savory rare beef, earthy mushroom, tangy radish and a little bit of balsamic to round it out. It even comes with a cheesy, crunchy Parmesan dome on top for crunch! Then, pair it with Heaven Wept gin cocktail with egg white, Thai Basil, and earthy lemongrass. It’s sweet yet earthy, creamy, and has a hint of spice!  

If you’re looking at their butcher bar, we’d highly recommend the New Zealand Lamb Chop. This set of chips are tender and juicy with a spicy, bright, herbaceous chimichurri on top. It is matched with Brussels sprouts underneath with a Ceasar dressing that’s tangy and creamy to juxtapose the earthiness of the sprout. Plus, a sweet yet hearty cast iron corn bread that is warm and soft inside, crunchy out. We paired this entree with the A shot in the Foot, a boozy bourbon cocktail with hot honey that’s spicy, plus, vanilla up front and the peach purée on the back for a bit of sweetness. A flavor train for sure!  

Some other highlights include their Spinach and brie salad is earthy and tangy, bright dressing, and crunchy, earthy brie. As well as the Charcuterie board has it ALL! Raisins, pickled veggies, assorted meats and cheese and a spicy spread, plus honeycomb and some herbaceous crackers! It’s loaded. 



Just down the road from our hotel, we stopped by Boonehine Brew, a modern yet rustic brewery with a huge outdoor space. Sweeping mountain views and right next to a park, it doesn’t feel like you’re anywhere near a city. It’s the perfect spot to relax and take in the Boone air.  

They were having their annual Oktoberfest, so the first beer we tried was the malty and balanced Overlook Oktoberfest! Some of our other beer recommendations at Boonshine are the smooth and light East Boone Pils, a sweet and chocolatey Let Them Drink Cake Coffee Cake Blonde Stout, as well as the juicy Space Pegasus Hazy IPA! 

Lost Province at Hardin Creek 

Nestled in a small industrial area, Lost Province Hardin Creek is a hidden gem. Relaxed and chill vibes permeate this laid-back small brewery with a beautiful mural wall and cozy bar. Outside, they have a small patio that opens to the bar so you can sit and take in the scenery.  

Of the beers we tried our favorites were the coffee forward “The Walker” coffee Porter stuffed with Anchor Coffee, as well as the Friend of the Devil spicy habanero and earthy pepper cream ale. John adored the Kiss My Grits cornbread tasting lager, sweet, yet mellow. Everything we had there was delicious and recommended.  


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 2/20/22

Craft beer lovers across the Peach State ‘tapping’ in for Georgia Beer Day on March 5 

The Georgia Craft Brewers Guild (GCBG) invites you to raise a pint to support local, independent craft brewers when Georgia Beer Day returns Saturday, March 5.

The annual celebration, which is organized by the GCBG and benefits its member breweries, highlights Georgia’s vibrant craft beer industry.

This year, 70 breweries across the state are participating (full list below) and will be selling a limited edition full-color collector’s pint glass. GCBG’s member breweries and Boelter Glassware are teaming up to donate $1 from the sale of every glass to the GCBG to help promote and further the common interests of its members and Georgia’s licensed brewing industry.

Designed by artist Ali Lamoureux, the theme of the 2022 commemorative glass is, “From the Blue Ridge Mountains to Driftwood Beach,” which highlights the beauty of Georgia and features two of the state’s most recognizable naturescapes.

In addition to selling the glassware, each participating brewery has the freedom to creatively choose how they celebrate, so please check your favorite brewery’s website and social media pages to learn about specific programming, specials and promotions.

For more information on Georgia Beer Day, visit: georgiacraftbrewersguild.org/georgia-beer-day.html.

Participating Breweries


Red Top Brewhouse



Pretoria Fields



Cherry Street Brewing



Athentic Brewing Company

Creature Comforts Brewing Co.

Southern Brewing Company


Avondale Estates

The Lost Druid Brewery

Wild Heaven Beer



Atlanta Brewing Co.

Best End Brewing Company

Bold Monk Brewing Co.

Elsewhere Brewing

Eventide Brewing

Fire Maker Brewing Company

Halfway Crooks Beer

Monday Night Brewing

Round Trip Brewing Company

New Realm Brewing Co.

Sceptre Brewing Arts

Second Self Beer Company

Steady Hand Beer Co.

SweetWater Brewing Company

Three Taverns Brewery

Wild Heaven Beer

Wrecking Bar Brewpub



Savannah River Brewing Co.



Southern Philosophy Brewing Co.


Blue Ridge

Grumpy Old Men Brewing



Reformation Brewery


Tantrum Brewing Company



Chattabrewchee Southern Brewhouse



NoFo Brew Co.



The Dahlonega Brewery



Three Taverns Brewery



6S Brewing Company



Cartecay River Brewing Co.



Left Nut Brewing Co.



Arches Brewing



Pendley Creek Brewing Company


Johns Creek

Six Bridges Brewing



Dry County Brewing Company

Horned Owl Brewing



Blackbird Farms Brewery



Fall Line Brewing Co.



Glover Park Brewery

Red Hare Brewing & Distilling

Schoolhouse Brewing

Treehorn Cider



Split Fin Brewing



Cultivation Brewing Co.

Social Fox Brewing


Peachtree City

Line Creek Brewing Co.


Peachtree Corners

Anderby Brewing

Kettlerock Brewing



From the Earth Brewing Company

Gate City Brewing Company


Sandy Springs

Pontoon Brewing Company



Service Brewing Co.

The Underdog Brewing Company

Two Tides Brewing Company



Reformation Brewery


St. Simons Island

Barrier Island Brewing



Eagle Creek Brewing Company

Sugar Hill

Indio Brewing



Monkey Wrench Brewing

StillFire Brewing


Talking Rock

Talking Rock Brewery



Tucker Brewing Company



Georgia Beer Co.



Reformation Brewery


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 2/20/22

All-You-Can-Eat Crawfish, Classic Low-Country Boil, Live Music, Limited Edition Pint Glasses, Low Country Boil and More 

Saturday, March 5th, 2022 

It’s that time of the year again! Best End Brewing Co.’s third annual Crawfish Boil is returning March 5th, so grab the bib, stretchy pants, and plenty of hand wipes. Seafood enthusiasts are invited to enjoy all-you-can-eat crawfish with classic low-country boil sides, live music, and, of course, cold craft brews. The full menu and bar will also be open for those who prefer Best End’s signature funky flavors over the cajun critters. There is a sweet addition this year of beer floats, in collaboration with Honey Suckle Gelato, for guests to enjoy a boozy treat after the work of cracking open some crawfish. Conveniently located just steps off the Southside BeltLine, Best End’s patio is a perfect urban oasis for a fun spring day.
To participate in the crawfish craze, advance tickets are now available online for $55 and $65 at the door. All tickets provide attendees with a complimentary beer.
Revelers can also raise a *limited edition* glass to this year’s Georgia Beer Day, an annual celebration of- you guessed it Georgia Craft Beer. The day benefits the Georgia Craft Brewers Guild and their member breweries, falling this year on March 5th as well. Adding to the festivities, Best End will be offering a limited edition collector’s glass with the purchase of a craft beer for $10. The 2022 glass is a 16 oz. Libbey Willi Becher showcasing full-color art by artist Ali Lamoreux. Featuring the theme “From the Blue Ridge Mountains to Driftwood Beach,” this year’s design displays the beauty of Georgia with two of its most recognizable nature scapes. Explore the great outdoors, and celebrate Georgia Beer!
The Crawfish Boil will be from 2 pm to 6 pm, while the Georgia Beer Day celebrations will kick off at noon and go until 10 pm.
Best End Brewing is located just off the Southside Beltline in the Lee + White Complex at 1036 White Street SW Atlanta, GA 30310. For more information, visit www.bestendbrewing.com or call 470.391.0999.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 2/13/22

Kicking Off on “TWOsday,” February 22, 2022 Through Saturday, February 26


Featuring Over 20 Beer Releases, a Free Comedy Show, Food Vendors, ‘90s-Themed Party & More

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Second Self Beer Co. – the Atlanta craft beverage incubator behind award-winning beers and brands like Rudi’s Hard Seltzer and CBD-infused sparkling water Cirrus – invites the community to join them in celebrating their seventh anniversary with a week-long celebration kicking off on Tuesday, February 22 (also known as TWOsday) through Saturday, February 26 at their Westside brewery (1317 Logan Circle NW).


The festivities will begin on TWOsday (02/22/22) at 2:22pm with a launch party for Totally TWObular (6.22% ABV), a Beermosa-Style Sour IPA brewed with peach and made in collaboration with Bottlesharea fundraising and fund distribution non profit organization for the craft beverage industry. It will be available at the taproom while supplies last with proceeds benefiting Bottleshare.


The celebration continues throughout the week with One-Up Wednesday, where guests are invited to upgrade every pour to the next larger size for the same price from 5-9pm, and Game Night Thursday complete with every type of game – board, Nintendo64, arcade – and $2 pours of Second Self’s newest year-round beer Game Night IPA (6.1% ABV). Combining new school haze with a retro flavor profile, this hazy IPA is simple – yet intricate featuring citra, mosaic and centennial hops for an aroma and flavor profile of papaya, mango and citrus.


On Friday, February 25 from 5-9pm guests are invited to gather under a beer tent outside decked with heaters to enjoy a free comedy show hosted by Vas Sanchez (@the_vas_sanchez_). Inside, the brewery will be honoring their $3 Pint Night with pints of Thai Wheat (4.1% ABV), La Fria (4.5% ABV) and Game Night IPA (6.1% ABV) with the addition of $10 pitchers of Just Beer.


On Saturday, February 26 from 1-9pm, Second Self invites their loyal supporters, new friends, first-time visitors and everyone in between to dust off their scrunchies and pull out that old Backstreet Boys CD for the grand finale – a  ‘90s themed costume party. Free and open to the public, the event will feature a selection of over 20 collaboration beers on tap inside the taproom and outside under a beer tent alongside Second Self merch. Guests can also enjoy throwback tunes from Seth Hoover (@deathtodekaf) and BBQ bites from Pitmaster Bryan Furman. 


“We want to say thank you to all that have supported us and cheered us on these past seven years,” said Cofounder and Head Beer Architect Jason Santamaria. “Second Self would not be here without each and every beer-lover that has stopped by the taproom, taken a chance on a different six-pack at the store or threw us a like on Instagram! We hope to see everyone come out and help us celebrate.”


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 2/11/22

March 1 – March 31 2022

Cobb County Breweries, Wineries, Distilleries, Meaderies

Bubbles & Brews is a month-long celebration of Cobb County’s local craft beverage makers. During the entire month of March, craft beverage enthusiasts can travel along the Cobb Ale Trail to all 19 of Cobb’s breweries, distilleries, and wineries to sample each location’s unique beverages. New in 2022, a free digital ‘BrewPass’ will guide visitors to each location where they can collect digital stamps and win sweet prizes from Cobb Travel & Tourism.

The breweries, distilleries, meaderies, and wineries will host special Bubbles & Brews events throughout the month that will feature fun activities and themed giveaways where guests can earn double stamps in their BrewPass. Visitors will have the chance to vote online for their favorite best-sellers, special brews, and various other categories.

For more information, visit bubblesandbrews.com.

Breweries, distilleries, and wineries in Cobb County, including:

  • ASW Distillery (Cumberland)
  • Atlanta Hard Cider Co. & Distillery (Marietta)
  • Broken Anchor Winery (Acworth)
  • Burnt Hickory Brewery (Kennesaw)
  • Dry County Brewing Company (Kennesaw)
  • Glover Park Brewery (Marietta)
  • Horned Owl Brewing (Kennesaw)
  • Ironmonger Brewing Company (Marietta)
  • Lazy Guy Distillery (Kennesaw)
  • Mandatory Fun Beer Works (Smyrna)
  • Red Hare Brewing & Distilling (Marietta)
  • Red Hare – Still On the Square (Marietta)
  • Red Top Brewhouse (Acworth)
  • Reformation Brewery (Smyrna)
  • Schoolhouse Brewing (Marietta)
  • Shezmu Cellars (Marietta)
  • Terrapin Taproom (Cumberland)
  • Treehorn Cider (Marietta)
  • Viking Alchemist Meadery (Smyrna)


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 2/8/22

Break out your best ‘80s attire for Eventide Brewing’s totally tubular 8th Anniversary Party 

Saturday, February 19

Noon to 9 pm

Grant Park’s favorite brewery is throwing the gnarliest bash of the year, featuring limited release beers, entertainment and more! 


Eventide is celebrating eight years of serving up bodacious brews on Saturday, February 19. The ‘80s-themed party, which lasts from noon until 9 p.m., will feature three limited-edition beers, including the 2022 Anniversary Belgian Quad, Barrel-Aged Belgian Tripel and Barrel-Aged Shadow Work Doppelbock, as well as 16 other bitchin’ beers on tap. The awesome 1980s celebration will also include plenty of rad karaoke and delicious food from Coffyn Pyes. Eventide’s 8th Anniversary Party is a ticketed event with three options, including a to-go package. To purchase advance tickets, please visit: eventidebrewing.com/2022anniversarytickets. Tickets may also be purchased the day of the event. 


  • $15 for General Admission: Includes two draft pours and entry into the event.
  • $55 for To-go Package: Three 22oz bombers, including 2022 Anniversary Belgian Quad Ale, Barrel-Aged Belgian Tripel and Barrel-Aged Shadow Work Doppelbock, and an Eventide Teku glass.
  • $90 for VIP Admission: Free draft pours all day, t-shirt, to-go package (including three exclusive anniversary bombers and a brand new Eventide Teku glass), and entry into the event.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 2/7/22

Saturday, February 19th

2:00pm – 10:00pm at the brewery

Celebrate 25 Years of Heady Beers. 

We’re getting ready to hit our stride and celebrate 25 years of brewing beers in style. Join us and a few thousand of our closest friends at the brewery on Feb. 19, 2022 as we raise a toast and light up the party.
We’ve got festivities planned throughout the brewery and featuring great shows from
– Futurebirds
– Larkin Poe
– Andy Frasco & the UN
– Yam Yam


General Admission: $30

Enjoy all the music, buy the brews and food you want, and hang out all damn day

Super Heady VIP: $75

4 complimentary brews

Primo viewing area for all the shows

VIP restrooms & bar

Dedicated VIP gate with unlimited re-entry

Souvenir 25th anni cup

Important Shizz to Know:

This is a rain or shine event, but our main stage will be in our massive warehouse to keep you dry and toasted. Please plan accordingly.

Parking is VERY limited onsite, so MARTA, UBER, cabs, etc. will be your best bet!

Doors open at 2:00pm, and we’ll be shutting this shindig down at 10:00pm.

Tickets are $35 if available at the door.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 1/22/22

Flower Crown Making Classes With Fauna & Fig Featuring Brews, Bites, and More
Friday, February 11 and Saturday, February 12, 2022
Tickets here.
There’s no better excuse to celebrate an inner circle of besties than Galentine’s Day, and Wild Heaven Beer is hosting two special parties in honor of the occasion. On Friday, February 11th from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., Wild Heaven Beer West End Brewery & Gardens will have its first Galentine’s Day Party featuring a flower crown-making class led by Tabatha Terpstra of Fauna & Fig, a DIY fanatic and all-star hostess known for teaching others to create a home and garden they love with their own two hands. For $39, guests will receive all dried flower crown making supplies, three drink tickets for Wild Heaven beer, hard seltzer and cocktails, a tarot card reading, and can grab memorable pics in a Galentine’s-themed photo booth. Wild Heaven West End will also be offering a special cheese & meat board for two along with their regular menu. 
On Saturday, February 12th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., brunch lovers are invited to Wild Heaven Beer’s Avondale location for the sixth installment of their Galentine’s Day party also featuring Tabatha Terpstra’s flower crown-making class. For $39, each participant will receive all dried flower crown making supplies, three drink tickets for beer, hard seltzer and cocktails, a special additional craft, and be the first to try Wild Heaven’s Galentine’s Day Cherry Hibiscus Sour Ale. For an additional $10, guests can indulge on tasty treats from Nana G’s Chicken & Waffles food truck.
Wild Heaven Beer West End Brewery & Gardens – 2/11/2022 at 7 p.m.
1020 White Street SW
Atlanta, GA 30310
Wild Heaven Beer Avondale – 2/12/2022 at 11 a.m.

Good Word Brewing: Brunch Edition

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 8/30/21

Crossing over a pair of tracks into a quaint, charming downtown, is an area where local bars, retail, and restaurants dot the shady, tree-lined street. On the corner, Good Word Brewing is a downtown Duluth local gem that prides themselves on unforgettable frosty brews, delectable brunch, and a stellar all-day menu, all in a beautiful OTP downtown. It’s definite, the word is out that Good Word Brewing has a fantastic brunch that should go on your brunch list! With items like this spicy number, gooey cinnamon roll, sensational sausage platter, amazing avocado toast, stellar seasonal hash, beer, brunch cocktails, and even slushies, we were in brunch heaven. Let’s dig in.

Something Good Word is definitely known for is their brews, so we tried a flight with 4 great options. We got Hollow Moon Stout, Are You Living in a Computer Simulation Helles Lager, The Quantum Immortality English Porter, and Face for Radio Pale.  The Hollow Moon Stout that’s roasty and toasty yet mellows on the back was Liz’s favorite, while Are You Living In a Computer Simulation is a Helles Lager that’s smooth and drinkable, great for patio sips and the second favorite. The Quantum Immortality English Porter was malty but light and refreshing with a hint of bitterness. John’s favorite was the Face for Radio that he said was well balanced hops and refreshing. Beyond the brews, they have fun brunch cocktails and slushies! They were out of the slushie, but we tried the South 75. It is botanical gin mixed with bright lemon that starts out tart and almost has a grapefruit end, finished with a splash of bubbly. Who doesn’t love a little bubbly with brunch?

Of the sharable brunch dishes, we opted for the Cinnamon Roll, Sausage Board, and Avocado Toast. Up first is the Cinnamon Roll that’s warm, gooey, sticky sweet and rich! After the sweet hits you, the spiciness of the cinnamon comes in and balances this roll out. The best part is the sticky, sweet middle on the bottom, so start there and work your way up and out. You’ll thank us! Moving from sweet to savory, the sausage board is out of this world! We were most impressed by the presentation and flavors of this board!  Starting with the homemade sausage that’s on one hand spicy, the Marita, and then the other hand bright, Ginger Basil, both pop with flavor. Pair either with pickled vegetables, toast, or mustard, you can’t go wrong. Don’t sleep on the deli sliced sausage with pistachios either; it will melt in your mouth! Finally, we simply had to try the essential Avocado Toast.  It’s creamy and light with the richness of soft-boiled eggs, tangy onion and micro greens. The sesame seasoning and toast give it a crunch and a good dusting of flavor, but not too overpowering. It’s a great overall complete dish with creamy, rich, tangy, and earthy.

Spicy and hearty are two good words to describe our main entrees, Nashville Hot Chicken Biscuit and the Seasonal Hash. Our favorite dish of the day, the Nashville Hot Chicken Biscuit, has it all! This spicy bite starts crunchy, tender, and sweet then the kick on the back of the throat is JUST RIGHT. It’s the perfect flavor combination from the warm and sweet honey to the crispy and hearty biscuit, then the crunchy and spicy chicken. The best bite is as you let the biscuit sit in the honey, it becomes a little soft and sucks in all the flavors: spicy, sweet, sassy! Divine. On the other hand, the Seasonal Hash is a staple dish for a hearty appetite. Bright sauce topped with tender, crisp fingerling potatoes that pop in your mouth. Then, tangy onions, peppers round out the hash and topped with a rich, hearty, runny egg. Let the egg run out and mix with the mixture below, that’s the ticket!

After our brunch, we strolled through the rest of the downtown area, with green space, and shops that we thoroughly enjoyed as well. What do you want to try at Good Word Brewing?


Posted by Liz and John Attaway

Elsewhere Brewing

Monday, June 28th 5-10 pm

Elsewhere Brewing is hosting their first art pop-up with Chingana Atlanta on this special Monday, June 28th from 5-10 pm to celebrate National Ceviche Day! Shop a collection of original pieces from Oaxaca artists, including canvas, photography, and sculptures. Mezcal samples by @sigilosomezcal, Micheladas, and ceviche will be around to accompany the night.  Info here.