Best Chefs Heating Up The Culinary Scene In Atlanta

August 8, 2012 12:00 AM
Best Chefs Heating Up The Culinary Scene In Atlanta
One of the great things about Atlanta is the diversity of culinary delights available wherever, whenever. But behind the impeccable front of house, there’s the real talent working hard behind the scenes preparing the food born from their own inspiration. Take a minute to acknowledge and admire the talent that makes up some of the city’s best restaurants.

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Kevin Rathbun Rathbun’s 112 Krog St Atlanta, GA 30307 (404) 524-8280 rathbunsrestaurant

Fancy a bit of fame? Look no further than local TV celebrity and “Iron Chef” contender Kevin Rathbun. Kevin and brother Kent defeated Bobby Flay on the 2008 series with a secret ingredient of elk that wowed the judges, leaving them awestruck. Order the elk chop with blueberry demi, foraged mushrooms and goat cheese polenta to sample a taste of his winning talent. Kevin owns three restaurants in Atlanta; the nationally-acclaimed Rathbun’s, Krog Bar and Kevin Rathbun Steak. A fourth restaurant, KR Steakbar, is scheduled to open in 2012, further cementing Kevin’s success which continues to rise and evolve. With a string of accolades behind his restaurants such as “One of the Top New Restaurants in the United States” by Esquire Magazine and “Best Steakhouse in Atlanta“ by Atlanta Magazine and Creative Loafing, check out Kevin’s unique take on traditional steakhouse cuisine, all in carefully-crafted dishes complementary to a great dining experience. "

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