Archive for the ‘atlanta’ Category

Chef’s Corner: Duane Nutter of One Flew South, Atlanta.

April 6, 2012

Airports have long been the destination when it comes to high-priced, poor quality and hastily delivered food.  journeyPod is happy to report that this is no longer the case… Labeled as the “First Upscale Dining Experience at the World’s Busiest Airport”, One Flew South is a delightful treat within the hustle and bustle that is Atlanta Hartsfield Airport. Read on.

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Chef’s Corner with Jon Wolf of Terrace on Peachtree

May 9, 2011

Responsible for the culinary success of Terrace, which celebrates heirloom recipes through supporting local and regional farmers, Chef Jon Wolf is also charged with creating an upscale dining experience for hotel guests, area visitors and Atlanta residents. Learn more about this interesting chef…

Atlanta Restaurants & Foursquare – Discount at Your Fingertips

January 11, 2011

With a quick touch of a button, Atlantans can receive discounts, free appetizers, complimentary martinis & more to some of the trendiest Atlanta restaurants simply by logging into Foursquare and ‘checking-in’ to the venue! Check out these great restaurant deals in Atlanta…

Chef’s Corner with Carvel Grant Gould of Canoe Atlanta

August 4, 2010

Just ten minutes outside of Atlanta, Canoe is located on the Chattahoochee river in Vinings. While strolling around the fresh vegetable & fruit garden, journeyPod had a chance to chat with Executive Chef Carvel Grant Gould…

Chef’s Corner with Drew VanLeuvan of One Midtown Kitchen

May 18, 2010

Connecticut native and Atlanta local Drew VanLeuvan brings 16 years of experience to ONE.midtown kitchen, a Concentrics concept that lead the restaurant resurgence to Midtown as well as helped elevate the Atlanta culinary scene to national recognition. journeyPod got a chance to chat with the culinary master…

A Taste of Place: Experience Serenity in the North Georgia Mountains

March 10, 2010

Persimmon Creek Vineyard  is 110 acres of rolling farmland where luxurious wines are made by hand using 100 percent estate grapes. Guests are invited to tour the vineyards (by appointment), sample the wines and stay in one of the three distinct cozy cottages: Hickory, Fiddlehead and Sassafras. Read on…

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Atlanta

March 4, 2010

Whether you’re looking for a spot to grab an ice-cold pint of lager, or simply in search of where to spend this year’s St. Patty’s day, here’s journeyPod’s top picks the best places to celebrate the Irish Festivities in Atlanta…

Chef’s Corner with Keira Moritz

December 30, 2009

A fine mix of Northern Italian and a traditional steakhouse, Chef Keira brings her insatiable appreciation for Italian food to Atlanta’s Midtown scene at Pacci located at the trendy Hotel Palomar! journeyPod got a chance to chat with the culinary diva…

Atlanta Weekender: Savor the Manhattan of the South with These Local Faves

November 16, 2009

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A city on the rise, Atlanta is becoming more and more of a tourist destination! If you’re coming down here for business or to see friends and family, you now have a lot more upscale options.  With a little help from your friends at journeyPod, experience some of the finer things that Atlanta has to offer and make this road trip or weekend getaway truly memorable! Read on…

Twitter is the new Black and Facebook on Steroids

April 21, 2009

Yes, we know the title is a bit long but we have a lot to say!  Twitter is the new Black since it went from something that many marketing, Internet, Web 2.0 and advanced users were doing to something even Oprah is now on overnight.  When something techy like a Blackberry or Twitter becomes super cool for leisure purposes, that’s when you can say it has come full circle into the masses (or at least the hip and trendy masses).

Twitter is Facebook on steroids because it is all about the status updates and it encourages you to post short entries many times a day rather than once a week.  Read on for the full story.

Oprah posts her first tweet on Twitter!