The resto’s rich mussels are served in an addictive broth that’s good enough to drink!
by Kate Abney | Chris Watkins of Ordinary Photography and Chris Little Photography | Jezebel magazine | September 27, 2013
Midtowners who don’t want to drive as far as Decatur—and Decaturites who’d rather not venture all the way in-town—finally have common ground with Ink & Elm, Druid Hills’ new four-in-one resto for fine dining, drinking, lounging and private event-ing (fireplace and all). It’s not a college bar by any means, but it is plunked right down in Emory Village, where the built-in patronage ranges from perky undergrads to choosy college professors.
by Mark Stuertz | Photography by Jill Broussard | Modern Luxury Dallas magazine | September 26, 2013
By seeking singularity in a common culinary category, steak and seafood—in this case sushi—Rare is, appropriately, a rarity for the classification, with dark woods and full-bodied cabernet sauvignon (think Jordan, Cakebread, Silver Oak), but also ’60s nostalgia by way of a Bond martini, overstuffed sofas and a surplus of swank. The ethos is clear: drink well, eat well and vibe well, then lounge it all off.
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Good wine needs time to mellow and settle in. The same applies to restaurants. So I’ll be the first to note that I visited Lark Creek Newport Beach at Fashion Island during its settling-in phase. It had just opened and was experiencing some growing pains. But that hasn’t dulled the excitement of locals, who are happy to have a new kid on the block. The vibe is part neighborhood eatery and part hot spot. A subtle, enticing aroma of almond wood wafts from the kitchen and permeates the dining room. And the outdoor seating is stellar.
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