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5 Ways to Eat Healthy This Year at Public School 404

10 January 2019

Screen Shot 2019-01-10 at 11.01.40 AMIn the second week of 2019, healthy resolutions are starting to feel more challenging. Two weeks into cooking and eating at home, you may be feeling more fatigued than energized from prioritizing fresh, balanced meals. Let Public School 404 help you out!

This Westside restaurant is known to have a vast and accommodating menu filled with comfort foods and creative modern meals. Public School 404 serves brunch, lunch, happy hour a.k.a. “recess”, dinner and to-go orders so any time is a good time to try this Taste of Atlanta participating restaurant. Chef Imani Greer is focused on cooking up several healthy dishes to keep you on the right track this year. There are 5 dishes, in particular, that are totally crave-worthy.

See these plates up-close when you scroll, then watch our Facebook Live with Marketing and Media Manager, Skye Estroff, and Chef Imani Greer to get more details!

1) Pan-seared salmon with harissa vinaigrette, served over grilled zucchini and asparagus and topped with citrus confit and soft herb salad. 

Screen Shot 2019-01-10 at 11.02.45 AM 2) Roasted chicken and quinoa salad with arugula, feta, tomatoes, red onions, toasted walnuts and champagne vinaigrette.

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3) Ahi tuna poke with pickled cucumbers, cilantro, green onions, passion fruit and served with taro chips.Screen Shot 2019-01-10 at 11.03.49 AM

4) Roasted beet and goat cheese salad with yogurt lime dressing, pistachios, soft herb salad and sherry wine vinaigrette. (A vegan version of this salad is also available upon request).Screen Shot 2019-01-10 at 11.04.03 AM

5) Skirt steak tacos filled with poblano crema, cabbage, pickled red onions, cilantro and cotija cheese.Screen Shot 2019-01-10 at 11.04.22 AM

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Sandy Springs has a new neighborhood go-to that has a very catchy name. This restaurant is Bogartz Food Artz<\/a>. Its creative name is reflective of the eclectic southern cuisine coming out of Chef Bruce Bogartz’s kitchen. The food is a mash-up of\u00a0the south’s best flavors\u00a0that are so unique, most menu items cannot be found in another restaurant, only Bogartz<\/a>. One of the signature dishes\u00a0that can be credited to Chef Bruce is the Smoked Trout Tater Tots. He smokes the trout in-house, then combines the flaked fish with shredded potatoes (grated in-house), corn, tomatoes and rosemary, then tops with\u00a0horseradish sauce and pepper jelly. This is a dish that exudes southern decadence. The golden brown dollops on each plate look similar to a hushpuppy (pictured below), but there is no mistaking this concoction for the “ultimate” tater tot.<\/span>\"Screen<\/p>\n

Another compilation we didn’t know we needed: Chef Bruce’s Pineapple Upside Down Bread Pudding. If you guessed that this is the mash-up of Pineapple Upside Down Cake and Bread Pudding- you guessed right! Fresh Challah bread is soaked in a spiced Pineapple rum custard mixture, Pineapple and Maraschino cherries\u00a0are mixed in, baked and topped with caramel and whipped cream. This dessert is rich yet balanced- it’s love at first bite. More must-try dishes from Bogartz<\/a>? The Goat Cheese Beignets, Salmon Caesar Salad, Gumbo and Brisket are some of our faves. Check out the full menu here<\/a>.<\/span>\"Screen<\/p>\n

Chef Bruce will be serving\u00a0tastes of these indulgent dishes\u00a0next Saturday night (June 8th) at Food That Rocks<\/a>! Bogartz Food Artz<\/a> will be competing for the title of “Best Taste” against 25+ Sandy Springs restaurants. Food That Rocks<\/a> attendees get unlimited food, beer, wine and cocktail tastes with their ticket as well as tokens to\u00a0vote on their favorite dish! Food That Rocks<\/a> sold out in 2018, so get your tickets early! Learn more and buy your tickets on FoodThatRocks.org<\/a>! Want to learn more about Chef Bruce and Bogartz Food Artz<\/a>? Watch as Taste of Atlanta Marketing and Media Manager, Skye Estroff, interviews Chef Bruce Bogartz about his signature cuisine when you click here<\/a>.<\/span><\/p>\n

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District M<\/a><\/strong> prides itself on sushi, but there is more to the restaurant’s menu than one would expect. The rolls and dishes Chef Jackie Chang creates are far from standard- all of the ingredients are top quality and the flavor combinations are out-of-bounds. District M<\/a><\/strong> opened in Sandy Springs just a few short weeks ago, but the restaurant is already making its mark on the city’s culinary scene. The restaurant is located on Roswell Road, right next door to another Sandy Springs newbie and culinary force, Casi Cielo.<\/span><\/p>\n

District M<\/a><\/strong> is elegant and the decor allows for high ceilings, expansive bars and an outdoor patio.\u00a0The bar program is also blossoming at this new spot- with rotating specialty cocktails and all drinking accouterments created in-house (i.e. simple syrups & purees). District M<\/a><\/strong> will be “rolling out” at Food That Rocks<\/a><\/strong> in just a few short weeks (Saturday, June 8; tickets available at FoodThatRocks.org<\/strong>)<\/a>! Chef Jackie will be serving a fan favorite- Crispy Rice with Spicy Tuna- for attendees to get a “taste” of District M<\/a><\/strong>. Before tasting these signature bites, we took a look at some of the beautifully composed plates and drinks at District M<\/a><\/strong>- scroll below to find your perfect order! <\/span><\/p>\n

For more details about these dishes, watch our Facebook Live<\/strong> with Taste of Atlanta’s Marketing and Media Manager, Skye Estroff, and District M’s Executive Chef, Jackie Chang.<\/span><\/a><\/p>\n

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  1. Strawberry Sakura Smash.<\/strong>\"Screen<\/a><\/li>\n
  2. Seasonal Wine Pop. Cube of passionfruit + strawberry puree with champagne poured over. Launching soon!<\/strong>\"Screen<\/a><\/li>\n
  3. O-Toro Tartar Caviar (Appetizer; served as pictured). Box\u00a0with tuna, uni, tempura flakes, served with wasabi creme fraiche, more tempura flakes, black tobiko and toasted bread.\"Screen<\/a><\/strong><\/li>\n
  4. Washugyu Tartar. Waygu beef tartar with a quail egg and “tapioca tostada”, fried with squid ink.<\/strong>\"Screen<\/a><\/li>\n<\/ol>\n

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    The Select<\/strong><\/span><\/a>\u00a0is just a few weeks away from opening in\u00a0City Springs! We\u00a0met with Managing Partner, David Green, to get the scoop before the grand opening and the restaurant’s 2nd debut at Food That Rocks<\/a>.<\/span><\/strong> At Food That Rocks 2018<\/a><\/strong><\/span>, The Select<\/a><\/strong><\/span> served tastes of crab ceviche, which won them the title of “Best Taste” of the event. This year, The Select<\/a><\/strong><\/span> and Chef Matt Rainey are keeping their menu item a surprise for a few more weeks….but Chef Matt spilled a couple of kitchen secrets and released 5 photos of signature dishes that will live on The Select’s <\/a><\/strong><\/span>brick-and-mortar menu.<\/p>\n

    1) Golden Beet Salad, Plum, Golden Raisins, Yellow Frisse, Goat Cheese Mousse, Raspberry Vinaigrette, Spiced GA Peanuts, Pickled Cantaloupe.<\/strong><\/p>\n

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    2)\u00a0Heirloom Tomato Salad, Compressed Watermelon, Balsamic Gel, Powder Basil, Burrata, Basil Crunch<\/strong>\"Heirloom<\/a><\/p>\n

    3)\u00a0Braised Short Rib Agnolotti, Taleggio Cream, Pickled Foraged Mushrooms, Natural Jus, Hazelnuts<\/strong>\"Braised<\/a><\/p>\n

    4)\u00a0Scottish Salmon with Roasted Fennel, Goat Cheese, Sunchokes, Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette<\/strong>\"Scottish<\/a>5)\u00a0Chocolate Passionfruit Hazelnut Verrine<\/strong>\"Chocolate<\/a><\/p>\n

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    Besides the anticipation of incredible food and drinks, there’s a great story behind the inspiration of The Select’s<\/a><\/span><\/strong> name and decor. Learn more about this spot before it opens in City Springs- watch our Facebook Live with Taste of Atlanta Marketing and Media Manager, Skye Estroff, and\u00a0Managing Partner of The Select, David Green.<\/a> <\/span><\/strong>Then, buy your tickets to Food That Rocks (Saturday, June 8th) to taste The Select’s food before doors open.<\/a> <\/strong><\/span>For more of The Select’s story, read below:<\/p>\n

    The Select<\/a>, a 1920\u2019s-inspired restaurant and bar<\/strong><\/span> that will deliver a taste of contemporary, light and bright fare in a timeless atmosphere, is set to open next month at City Springs, the multi-use project in the heart of downtown Sandy Springs. From Dave Green and David Lester, also behind Vinings\u2019 restaurant Paces & Vine, the restaurant will feature\u00a0light and bright dishes, blurring the lines across the cuisines of the Mediterranean and America. With a focus on dishes inspired by the olive oil regions of Europe, the restaurant will offer shared plates, elegant yet approachable entrees and a late night menu.<\/span><\/div>\n
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    The Select pays homage to Paris\u2019 famed Le Select brasserie\u2014the notable all-day gathering spot for artists and literary giants including Picasso, Hemingway and Fitzgerald. Drawing inspiration from the Parisian restaurant, The Select will serve as a definitive neighborhood destination, inviting guests from all walks of life to share honest food, standout spirits and friendly conversation in a welcoming and relaxed setting.<\/span><\/p>\n

    Executive Chef Matt Rainey will oversee the kitchen. A Georgia native, Rainey most recently served as Executive Chef at both Rococo Steak and Ceviche Tapas Bar & Restaurant in Tampa, Florida, and worked at award-winning restaurants in D.C., Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and Tampa, before returning to his home state. Mentored early on by famed restaurateur and Buckhead legend Pano Karatassos, Rainey is eager to bring his unique culinary concept to The Select. He is inspired by farm-to-table, locally-sourced Caledon cuisine marked by seasonality.<\/span><\/p>\n

    At The Select, he will serve daily dinner and late-night small plates that blur the lines of culinary traditions across Continental Europe and America. Upon opening, the restaurant will host live music nights (\u201cThe Select Nights\u201d) beginning at the end of dinner hour into the late evening. Weekend brunch and lunch are to come.<\/span><\/p>\n

    Complementing its culinary counterpart, the beverage program will offer an extensive wine list, craft cocktails that rotate with the season and local beer on draft. Including around 60 bottles and more than 30 options of wine by the glass, the wine menu will feature selections originating from France, Italy, Australia and America. The Select will also offer an exciting range of the best local beers and delicious original craft cocktails served in gorgeous glassware.<\/span><\/p>\n

    The forthcoming restaurant will feature an open, airy space designed by Smith Hanes Studio. Upon entering, guests will be greeted by an inviting and warm interior mixing intimate seating with classic design elements. The Select will also include an expansive indoor\/outdoor patio enclosed by glass with a terrace overlooking a view of City Springs\u2019 park and fountains below. The dining room will seat 175 guests and will be available for private and semi-private events.<\/span><\/p>\n

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    Dinner: Mon. – Sun., 5-10pm<\/span><\/p>\n

    Fri. and Sat. Late Night Bar & Small Plates: 10pm-2am<\/span><\/p>\n

    Sat. & Sun. Brunch: 10am-3pm<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\n"},"1383":{"pid":1383,"date":"5 April 2019","title":"More Than Movies at Springs Cinema & Taphouse","thumb":"http:\/\/tasteatl.net\/management\/..\/images\/2019\/04\/Springs-Tender-Panini-300x199.png","excerpt":"Food That Rocks and Springs Cinema & Taphouse are hosting a screening of \u201cA Fine Line\u201d, exclusive discount on Food That Rocks tickets, popcorn and a \u201cFood That Rocks Fizz\u201d Tito\u2019s cocktail! Buy your tickets for Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 7pm.","cat":"Events","markup":"

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    Local gem, Springs Cinema & Taphouse<\/a><\/strong>, is more than just a movie theater. This newly renovated space boasts reclined heated seats, a full bar,\u00a0craft beers on tap and a\u00a0menu with more than just popcorn.\u00a0The large space allows for room to eat and drink before the movies, or just stop in Springs for food and drink options without the commitment of a film. Springs Cinema & Taphouse<\/a><\/strong> is participating in Food That Rocks <\/a><\/strong>and bringing a specialty cocktail\u00a0to\u00a0spread the word about their incredible bar. The “Food That Rocks Fizz” consists of Tito’s Vodka, simple syrup, lime juice and blue curacao topped with blueberries and a lime wedge.<\/span><\/p>\n

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    Springs Cinema’s Churro Doughnuts drizzled with chocolate and topped with powdered sugar.<\/p><\/div>\n

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    Springs Cinema’s Pretzel Bites with beer cheese dippings sauce.<\/p><\/div>\n

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    Springs Cinema Tangy Tender Panini with buffalo chicken tenders and melty cheese and a side of sweet potato fries.<\/p><\/div>\n

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    Food That Rocks + Springs Cinema Pop-Up Event Tuesday, April 16th!<\/span><\/p><\/div>\n

    You can try this specialty cocktail in advance of Food That Rocks when you get your seat to Food That Rocks + Springs Cinema & Taphouse Pop-Up event<\/a><\/strong>! Learn more about Food That Rocks, taste a Food That Rocks Fizz and popcorn plus see an exclusive screening of “A Fine Line” on Tuesday, April 16th. Read below for the full event description- we hope to see you there!<\/span><\/p>\n