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Cufflinks & Stilettos Valentines Day Affair

Cufflinks & Stilettos Valentines Day Affair

This is your chance to win 2 Free Tickets to the 3rd Annual "CUFFLINKS & STILETTOS" Valentines Day Affair.

Be the 10th Person to comment to win 2 FREE TICKETS on the CleanFreeFun Website.

2 Chick-fil-A employees win $1,000 scholarships

2 Chick-fil-A employees win $1,000 scholarships

TUCKER, Ga. -- Two employees at the Northlake Festival Chick-fil-A in Tucker have been selected to receive this year's Chick-fil-A Leadership Scholarship.

The $1,000 scholarship is given annually to Chick-fil-A team members across the country who go above and beyond in their jobs and in the classroom.

Tucker's winners, Nick Pallas and Lauren Spratte, have both worked for Chick-fil-A for more than four years. Pallas is a member of the Class of 2014 at Georgia State University, where he is studying finance. Spratte is majoring in marketing at the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business and is scheduled to graduate in the spring.

"These students have had a positive influence on our business for many years and both have the potential to accomplish great things," Brad Spratte, operator of the Northlake Festival restaurant, said in a statement.

Ray's at Killer Creek Announces New Menu Initiative and Grand Reopening Party

Ray's at Killer Creek Announces New Menu Initiative and Grand Reopening Party


It’s an exciting time for  Ray’s at Killer Creek. In its thirteenth year of business, the beloved Alpharetta restaurant is currently revamping its overall feel with an updated look and fresh new food offerings. From a menu item cooking competition amongst all Ray’s Restaurants’ chefs to a grand reopening party later this fall, the Atlanta restaurant group is truly embracing this special season of change.

One important element of Ray’s at Killer Creek’s renewal is menu revision. To ensure all new dish additions are well-received by guests, all three Ray’s Restaurants are participating in a new menu item cooking competition. The contest started in late September when the executive chefs and sous chefs from each restaurant started developing new dishes, asking guests to try them and provide honest feedback.

Corner Bakery supports No Kid Hungry

Corner Bakery supports No Kid Hungry

ATLANTA -- Eating at Corner Bakery Cafe this month can help feed a hungry child.

The cafe chain is participating in Dine Out for No Kid Hungry, a program that partners restaurants with an organization that works to end childhood hunger in the United States.

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"September is definitely a favorite month for all of us at Corner Bakery Cafe because of the Dine Out for No Kid Hungry," Corner Bakery chief marketing officer Diana Hovey said in a statement. "Over the past four years, through the generosity of our guests, franchise partners and our team, we have been able to contribute over $610,000."

Hovey added that Corner Bakery hopes to raise $325,000 for No Kid Hungry in 2012.

Feast for less during Midtown Restaurant Week

Feast for less during Midtown Restaurant Week

ATLANTA -- Midtown Restaurant Week is back, offering metro Atlanta residents a taste of the city for less.

Participating restaurants will offer specialized menus for $15 during lunch and $25 or $35 during dinner.

Midtown Restaurant Week will be held Sept. 1-9.

Visit these locations to get the restaurant week specials:

4th & Swift
621 North Avenue NE
$35 dinner

1170 Howell Mill Road NW
$25 dinner

Atmosphere Bistro
1620 Piedmont Avenue NE
$15 lunch, $25 & $35 dinner

866 West Peachtree Street NW
$35 dinner

Eat out, raise money, help kids

Eat out, raise money, help kids

ATLANTA -- You can do your part this week to curb Georgia's high school dropout rate. All you need to do is eat at one of your favorite restaurants.

On Thursday, Aug. 23, proceeds from restaurants across the state will be donated to Communities in Schools of Georgia, an organization that encourages young people to complete their education and succeed in life.

The sixth annual Dine Out for Kids event hopes to exceed last year's total of $30,000 for children in the state.

Communities in Schools, which has chapters across the country, provides mentoring and after-school services, including parent education, literacy programs and youth leadership opportunities.

Participating Dine Out for Kids restaurants in Atlanta and Decatur include:

* 242 Boulevard SE

Chef Asha Gomez Announces Saturday Cooking Classes At Cardamom Hill

Chef Asha Gomez Announces Saturday Cooking Classes At Cardamom Hill
Chef Asha Gomez announces Saturday cooking classes at Cardamom Hill

ATLANTA – After launching a series of cooking classes this spring and enjoying a terrific response from eager-to-learn students, Chef Asha Gomez has answered requests for additional opportunities to explore the flavors of Kerala cuisine with a second series focused exclusively on vegetarian dishes. Participants will step inside the kitchen at Cardamom Hill every Saturday morning in August for a 2.5-hour journey through the preparation of four Southeast Indian dishes led by Chef Gomez herself.
Each class begins with a cup of chai and ends with the chance to sample each of the dishes participants have learned to prepare. Chef Gomez’s vegetarian classes will feature the following examples of classic Kerala cuisine: