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Savannah's First Mead Bar; Linton Hopkins Builds Flavor

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Seven Lamps
Seven Lamps
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BUCKHEAD— There's a five-course dinner with Italian wine pairings tonight, Wednesday, August 28, at Seven Lamps. The $75 meal starts at 7 p.m. and includes dishes like wood-roasted duck breast with red wine risotto; smoked trout mousse with compressed cucumber and lemon on brioche; and slow-roasted beef tri-tip and dinosaur kale cannelloni with blackberry mustard and chanterelles. Call (404) 467-8950 to reserve a space. [EaterWire]

SAVANNAH— Now open in Savannah is the city's first mead tasting bar inside of the Savannah Bee Company on Broughton Street. The "modern day mead hall" will have a selection of meads as well as wines, 104 West Broughton Street. [EaterWire]

LINTON HOPKINS WIRE— Here, Linton Hopkins teaches Tom Junod how to "eat like a man," which, in this case, apparently means how to build flavors. Click through to read about why you should cook peas before tomatoes, why Hopkins doesn't listen to music when he cooks, and how to properly break an egg. [EaterWire]

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3400 Around Lenox Road, , GA 30326 (404) 467-8950 Visit Website

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