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Gluten-free bakery opens in Dunwoody

Gluten-free bakery opens in Dunwoody

DUNWOODY, Ga. -- The Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce recently celebrated the opening of a brand new business -- Dunwoody Bakery, an organic and gluten-free bake shop.

Members of the Chamber and the Dunwoody City Council joined bakery owner Jill Baker-Lesperance for a ribbon cutting ceremony on July 17.

Baker-Lesperance left a career in marketing to pursue her love for baking full-time in 2008. Her husband Scott and daughter Audrey help her bake. (Audrey loves to say that baking comes naturally to her, as her middle name is Baker!)

The new Dunwoody Bakery also has a section called the Be Nice Shoppe, which can be rented out for group events and meetings. Local artisans are also invited to display their wares in the shoppe; on the day of the ribbon cutting, it featured such items as soap, pillows and dog treats.

Alon's Bakery And Market In Dunwoody Hosts All-You-Can-Eat Pizza Night

Alon's Bakery And Market In Dunwoody Hosts All-You-Can-Eat Pizza Night

Alon’s Bakery & Market in Dunwoody recently installed a new wood burning pizza oven and now offers weekly all-you-can-eat pizza nights from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. each Monday.

For $12 per person for adults and at no cost for children 4 years of age and younger, guests will receive unlimited pizza and focaccia from the market’s pizza oven. During the hours of 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Mondays, the staff at Alon’s will continually serve pizzas so guests can try the different types that the market offers in a social setting.

“We want to give our guests the opportunity to try out the different pizza toppings offered at Alon’s without having to commit to one large pizza,” says Alon’s Bakery & Market Owner Alon Balshan. “The Monday pizza nights are a great way for guests to mingle and we hope it will encourage people to stop in for dinner and discover their favorite type of pizza.”

Buffalo Wild Wings unveils new logo, restaurant design

Buffalo Wild Wings unveils new logo, restaurant design

GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. -- Buffalo Wild Wings unveiled a new logo last week and said that it was redesigning its restaurants.

The new logo is not dramatically different. The colors are the same, and a winged buffalo is still the centerpiece.

But the tagline "Grill & Bar" has been replaced with "Wings. Beer. Sports.," and the buffalo image has been tweaked.

"The new buffalo is more muscular and athletic," Minnesota-based Buffalo Wild Wings said in a news release. "It has enlarged wings, narrowed eyes and upward-turned horns -- giving it a more powerful look."

Redesigned restaurants will be unveiled in late 2012, with the first one being in Cincinnati and the second in San Diego. Most of the new Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants opening in 2013 and many remodels will feature the new design.

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar Celebrates Summer With Steak & Sangria Prix Fixe Options

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar Celebrates Summer With Steak & Sangria Prix Fixe Options

DUNWOODY, Ga. -- With long summer days rolling into warm summer nights, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is celebrating summer with a series of Summer Lovin’ Steak & Sangria Prix Fixe dinners that will take guests on a culinary world tour. This summer menu series, offered July 2 through August 26, will introduce a new steak and sangria pairing every two weeks, each featuring an artfully inspired selection of fresh, seasonal ingredients and internationally inspired flavors.

Every Summer Lovin’ Steak & Sangria menu features a summer salad, a uniquely seasoned specialty prime New York Strip Steak with a vibrant topping and a decadent dessert for $39.95*. Each menu also includes a suggested hand-crafted sangria pairing for $7.95*. Guests visiting the bar or patio, will also have an opportunity to enjoy the series of refreshing, seasonal sangrias.

Buy a Dairy Queen Blizzard, give a miracle

Buy a Dairy Queen Blizzard, give a miracle

ATLANTA -- Enjoy a cool treat and help kids in need at the same time on Dairy Queen's Miracle Treat Day.

On Thursday, June 26, the fast food chain will donate one dollar from every Blizzard Treat sold to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, which provides funding for 170 children's hospitals in North America.

Learn more at miracletreatday.com.

Marlow’s Tavern gives guests a true taste of Americana

Marlow’s Tavern gives guests a true taste of Americana

ATLANTA -- From Tuesday, June 12 through Monday, July 23, Atlantans can indulge in an array of patriotic plates at all Marlow’s Tavern locations. The popular neighborhood tavern is featuring its six-week long “Red, White and Brew” menu. During this time, all eight locations of Marlow’s will offer special dishes and beverages that truly celebrate the summer season in America. This is also the time for grill masters to show off their skills in Marlow’s Third Annual Grilling Recipe Contest.

“We’re excited for the return of our ‘Red, White and Brew’ menu as it signifies a season of good times with friends and family, warmer weather and Americana,” says Executive Chef/Co-Founder John C. Metz. “It’s really become a summertime favorite for our guests, not only because of the delicious food but because they get to be a part of the celebration through our grilling contest,” he adds.

Atlanta Chef/Restaurateur Ford Fry Hosts Fourth Annual JCT. Kitchen Attack of the Killer Tomato Fest

Atlanta Chef/Restaurateur Ford Fry Hosts Fourth Annual JCT. Kitchen Attack of the Killer Tomato Fest

ATLANTA -- On Sunday, July 22 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., JCT. Kitchen & Bar is hosting an event to celebrate some of  the South’s best chefs, farmers and mixologists, who will join forces to benefit Georgia Organics in the fourth annual JCT. Kitchen Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival.

Tickets are now on sale and cost $60 per person ($50 for Georgia Organics members). Beginning June 15, tickets will cost $70 per person. Tickets can be purchased online through Xorbia. A total of 1,400 tickets will be available for attendees. Last year’s festival raised close to $40,000 for Georgia Organics.