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Celebrating OctoberFest

Celebrating OctoberFest

As we approach the autumn season of the year, many people and businesses gear up for one of the most popular event celebrated around the world, OctoberFest. Oktoberfest, an autumn tradition from Munich, Germany, started in 1810 in celebration of the marriage between a Bavarian prince and his princess. The celebration included rides, games, music, and food. It wasn’t until later when Germans began to incorporate beer into the festivities. Now well over 5 million people attend the Bavarian event in Munich. For those who can’t make it, may find local bars & restaurants celebrating in their area as well.  Read More

Eating Healthy on the Fly-4 Nutritional Airport Restaurants

Eating Healthy on the Fly-4 Nutritional Airport Restaurants

Going through the hustle and bustle at the airport can work up quite an appetite. The mayhem begins the moment you unload the car, stand in the check-in line, ace the security clearance, and race to the finish line of your departing gate. But some where along the way, your stomach begins to growl and tumble as if it was Audrey from Little Shop of Horrors screaming, “Feed me!” With so many fast food options, it’s easy to get sucked into what’s conveniently unhealthy versus what will be good for you.  Read More

Paschal's & Lotta Frutta listed as Top 10 Best Dining Spots at Hartsfield Atlanta Airport

Paschal's & Lotta Frutta listed as Top 10 Best Dining Spots at Hartsfield Atlanta Airport

Revisiting Atlanta's airport dining guide seemed necessary, what with the busy winter travel season ahead. Thanks to fine dining options like One Flew South and the influx of local restaurants-turned-concourse outposts, times are a-changin' for airport food, and we want to make sure you get fed to your satisfaction whether you're running late and only have time for a quick bite or you want to sit down and relax before your cross-Atlantic flight. Here, now, the Eater Airport Dining Guide. Read More

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