Eater Atlanta, No. 246, Killed Tomatoes & Shoyu Ramen [Around Atlanta]

2011_eater-atlanta-iconI’m under a rock right now, hence the dearth of posts since Wednesday.  In the meantime, here’s some stuff you can read elsewhere:

* In case you have joined me under said rock, you’ve probably heard about Eater’s big announcement.  In case you haven’t heard: the online food news outlet launched their Atlanta outpost yesterday.  To head up their Atlanta division, Eater secured the services of Jennifer Zyman, aka The Blissful Glutton.  Zyman, who we learned has a stake in multiple Johnny Rockets, is well known for her work as a restaurant critic over at Creative Loafing.  Fear not avid fans, Zyman confirmed that she will still produce some content for CL, just not at her past rate.
[via Eater Atlanta]

* Speaking of CL, Cliff Bostock just posted his early look of the newly launched No. 246.  The Italian inspired Decatur eatery is the brainchild of Ford Fry and Drew Belline and has gotten a ton of buzz to date.  The weight of said rock has kept me from recapping my visit, but I’ll get to it soon I promise.
[via Creative Loafing]

* The Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival has come and gone and so it’s recap round up time.  I posted mine a few days back (here), but even if you have already read that, be sure to check out these:

* Taka-san announced via his Sushi & Passion blog that he has added shoyu ramen to the lineup at his Buckhead sushi bar/Japanese restaurant.  In the event that you have not seen his blog before, it’s actually quite entertaining and dare I say hilarious. [link]

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