October 24, 2012 Featured

Pretty Southern was privileged to attend a cocktail party for Emily Giffin at the W Hotel in Buckhead honoring this beautiful lady’s latest novel Where We Belong. The party took place in Atlanta’s most posh neighborhood hotel, where pretty Southern ladies toasted champagne and vodka cocktails while noshing on cupcakes. Together they watched the sun… Read more »

October 23, 2012 Featured

Eclectic, funky, and oh-so-tasty, Ammazza is a welcome addition to Atlanta’s historic Old Fourth Ward. And this joint truly caters to its neighborhood. Just a stone’s throw from Sister Louisa’s Church, Noni’s, and other late night hot spots, Ammazza is open until 2 a.m. on the weekends catering to hungry pizza lovers. The definition of… Read more »

October 22, 2012 Food

On Friday, Oct. 5, Atlanta foodies gathered in Tech Square to worship at the altar of The Big Grill. Dozens of Atlanta’s best grill-masters catered in slabs of beef, brisket, pork, chicken for a VIP kickoff event to start the 11th Annual Taste of Atlanta: Grills Gone Wild. Crisp fall weather and a starry sky… Read more »

“Gone With The Wind” was 1,037 pages which took its author, Margaret Mitchell a decade to write. Then it took 517 pages to correctly document the life and times of this great Southern writer and the romance between Mitchell and her husband, John Marsh. In “Margaret Mitchell & John Marsh: The Love Story Behind Gone… Read more »

October 21, 2012 Featured

More than 90 of Atlanta’s best restaurants and thousands of the South’s loveliest foodies gathered in Midtown for the 11th annual Taste of Atlanta. On Oct. 5-7, taste buds were rocked in the ultimate food lover’s experience. The block between Spring Street and 5th Street was taken over by folks wanting to sample the best… Read more »

October 19, 2012 Featured

One thing we all have for our teams in the South is passion. We’re passionate when we win, we’re passionate when we lose, and we’re passionate when schools we hate do the same. It isn’t rare for a loss, big or small, to ruin a mood, and sometimes the whole night or even weekend. Yes,… Read more »