2nd Annual #ForTheFarmer Event by Kula Project

Alright Atlanta. What I’m about to present to you is an amazing excuse to go eat and drink at some of my favorite spots around Atlanta. The Kula Project First, let’s start off by telling you a little bit about the Kula Project: Sarah Buchanan and James Sasson co-founded Kula Project, headquartered in Atlanta, with the goal […]

Working on the Weekends at Roswell Tap

Over the past few months, my work load has literally doubled. Consequently, I spend some of Saturday and most of Sunday working on my computer. Fortunately, it works out really well with my wife’s work schedule. Tonight, I’m working from The Roswell Tap, a local neighborhood pub that’s a hop, skip, and a jump away […]

Fall in Love with Cacao Atlanta

We at the Trot Line applaud and promote folks who are crafting and producing amazing products by hand every chance we get. Kristen Hard, owner of Cacao Atlanta Chocolate Co., has been doing just that since 2004. Cacao is known for creating amazing “bean-to-bar” chocolate and other scrumptious treats, making it a “must visit” in […]

Beer, Brats, and Burgers in the Burbs – East Cobb’s Suburban Tap

Over the past few years, I have lived in downtown Decatur, in the backyard of Emory at Toco Hills, and in an extremely awesome house in Brookhaven. Around a year ago I made the move to East Cobb, a neighborhood in Marietta. At first I was worried that I might have moved into Agrestic. Lately, […]

Rico’s World Kitchen: Metro Atlanta’s Best Kept Secret

For the past two years, Rico’s World Kitchen in downtown historic Buford, GA has been my best-kept secret. Despite my best efforts, I couldn’t keep it hidden for too long. Chef and owner, Rico Cunnington, has been turning heads and turned this once four table restaurant into a shining light in the Buford and Metro […]

Table & Main – A Southern Tavern in Historic Roswell

Every night when I drive home from work, I drive down Canton Street right through Historic Roswell.  There are tons of restaurants, shops, bakeries and even art galleries in just a mile stretch of the road.  Everything looks so delicious, so for my birthday dinner I let Kevin choose one of the restaurants.  He went […]

The Well is Knoxville’s Most Welcoming Watering Hole

This past weekend I stumbled upon a wonderful spot in Knoxville and I say stumbled upon because it’s practically in my neighborhood right under my nose and I’ve yet to visit until now. The Well is tucked below street level in a retail strip in Knoxville’s Bearden area, between Long’s Drugstore, an East Tennessee landmark […]

The Freshest Pub Food on the East Side of ATL

When it comes to pub food, most people do not always equate it to the word fresh.  On the east side of Atlanta, the City of Decatur is well known for its great taste in food and drink.  However, one pub seems to stand out from the rest when it comes to staying fresh.  The […]

Easter Decadence: JCT Kitchen’s Deviled Eggs Recipe

It truly is a Holy Week here in Georgia. Not only does the world get to see the beauty with which our state is blessed courtesy of the Masters, but this weekend is Easter. To me this means a few things; bright outfits, golf on TV and more southern cookin’ than you can shake a […]