Bird's the Word

Country-fried ham steak with truffle grits, Georgia peanuts and pickled pepper salad

Bird's the Word

by Caroline Cox | Photography by Sarah Dodge | Jezebel magazine | November 6, 2014

Once you’ve worked up an appetite jogging, biking or (let’s be honest) power walking along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail, there’s now an ideal destination for getting your grub on: Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall.

Eugenie Terrace on the Park

 

Welcome to Eugenie Terrace. Join us for an exclusive tour of the luxury amenities, location, and views that have long-anchored us as the landmark address in Lincoln Park. Our spacious studio, one, and two bedroom apartments – and two and three bedroom townhomes – provide an unparalleled retreat for every busy lifestyle.  Why live anywhere else?

 

Hydrology

Located in the heart of Chicago’s River North Design District, Hydrology is the premier destination for timeless, state-of-the-art bath and home designs in Chicago. The 6,000 square-foot design sanctuary serves as a gallery for the company’s distinct, curated collection of pure, original and authentic products. From the moment you step into the stunning showroom, imagination is inspired by the exceptional variety of showers, saunas, faucets, kitchen fixtures and exclusive products.

Magnificent!

This month, the Chicago History Museum offers style lovers a glamorous look back at the growth of the city’s most fashionable avenue. Read More »

Gala Glam

With gala season in full swing, step out in sequins and green. Read More »

Rare Bird

Make a vibrant statement in Stephen Webster’s dynamic Magnipheasant collar. Read More »

Nectar of the Feast

For Thanksgiving this year, let these wines share the stage. Read More »

Rare Bird

Make a vibrant statement in Stephen Webster’s dynamic Magnipheasant collar. Read More »

Buttered Up!

Evan Cole’s uberpopular HD Buttercup showroom is sure to be right at home at SoCo. Read More »

Out and About

With their fashion-forward fitness collection, Libby Amelia, Lauren Gill and Leah Hundsness are taking activewear from the gym to the dance floor. Read More »

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