Dishing on Hattie B’s in L5P

Here’s the dish! When I visit Atlanta for the holidays, I am always eager to try some of the new places around town. One of my friends and I ventured down to Little 5 Points to visit the iconic Outkast mural, and while in the neighborhood, decided to stop by Hattie B’s Hot Chicken. As […]

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Dishing on SPIN in D.C.

Here’s the dish! I am always looking for fun things to do in the city. When making plans with a friend, we both decided to do a fun activity rather than meeting for a regular dinner. I did a bit of research and settled on SPIN DC, a few blocks from the White House. Because […]

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Dishing on Birch & Barley 14th Street

Here’s the dish! Two of my friends invited me to an impromptu brunch at Birch & Barley over President’s Day weekend. I was excited to try something new on 14th Street, so I joined them at Birch & Barley. The space is small and intimate, and the atmosphere is great for a date night. I […]

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Dishing on the Cellar at Duckworth’s in Charlotte

Here’s the dish! I met my mom in Charlotte to celebrate my birthday in October. I had already made plans to meet up with one of my foodie friends from college, and I asked her for restaurant recommendations for my actual birthday dinner with my mother. She offered a few, but mentioned that the Cellar […]

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Dishing on Fin & Fino Charlotte

Here’s the dish! I met up with my mom in Charlotte for my birthday weekend in October. One of my really good friends from college lives there, and I often make plans to grab a bite with her when I’m driving back and forth to Atlanta to visit family. When I told her I’d be […]

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Kat’s 3rd Annual New Year’s Day Dinner

Here’s the dish! I love to entertain, but I don’t do it much because I have small living quarters. For the past few years, I have had friends over on New Year’s Day for a traditional southern meal of Fried Chicken, Macaroni & Cheese, Collard Greens, Black Eye Peas, Cornbread, Chocolate Chip Pie, and the […]

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Thanksgiving with the Jenkinses

Here’s the dish! Relocating to another city means sometimes you won’t be home with your family for the holidays. Last year, I went home to Atlanta for Thanksgiving and stayed in D.C. for Christmas. After spending a Christmas away from my family, I knew in the years to come, I’d be home for Christmas (instead […]

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