Fukurokuji God of Prosperity roll featuring salmon, red onion, cream cheese and cucumber, topped with salmon, capers, salmon roe and dill
by Kate Abney | Photography by Patrick Heagney | Jezebel magazine | March 5, 2015
Buckhead’s hottest new spot to curb your sushi cravings, Doraku Sushi, represents the sixth eatery from Kevin Aoki—son of Benihana founder and former Olympic wrestler Hiroaki “Rocky” Aoki. In the years since Doraku’s first locale opened in Miami in 2001, Kevin has debuted successful outposts from Hawaii to Ho Chi Minh City, affirming a spectacular late-winter entree into ATL.
The roast beef at River Roast is slow-roasted overnight.
by Anthony Todd | Photo courtesy of Galdones photography | Men's Book Chicago magazine | March 4, 2015
Small plates are so 2013. The trend right now is huge pieces of perfectly cooked beef meant for sharing. Fit for a king (or a royal family), the meat’s presence in the middle of the table, on a giant board, surrounded by sharp knives for all, guarantees a memorable evening. “If you’re ordering a 2-pound rib-eye, you’re not going to eat it yourself,” says Oak + Char chef Joseph Heppe. “Those are the dining experiences you really remember.” Here are four places offering a night of decadent carnivore.
General manager Jon Skinner at Le Bilboquet Atlanta
by Wendell Brock | Photography by Heidi Geldhauser | Men's Book Atlanta magazine | March 4, 2015
A lady in a classic navy dress and a strand of pearls walks into a fashionable French bistro and orders a Gibson, a martini-style drink garnished with pickled onions instead of olives. Soon a flummoxed server appears to apologize. Seems the restaurant is “out of ze pearl onions.” But if the lady doesn’t mind a brief wait, a lackey has been dispatched to find some onions, and her drink will be poured shortly.
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