Archive of: Restaurant

Title Issue
Five-Star Casual

Five-Star Casual

Like a sower of fine tastes, executive chef and international traveler Edward Mendoza operates as a porter of flavor, spreading seeds of culinary secrets from one region of the world to another.

August - September 2012
Blue Sky All the Way

Blue Sky All the Way

With its brightly painted “sky” ceiling and its mix of eclectic Cuban, Asian and American-style offerings, Blue Sky restaurant continues to set itself apart.

June-July 2012
A Taste of  Northern India

A Taste of Northern India

Rajeet Singh offers a menu of authentic food from his boyhood homeland.

May 2012
Asian Experience

Asian Experience

For more than 20 years, the Shangri-La restaurant on Washington Road has been at the pinnacle of Augusta’s authentic Chinese dining experience.

April 2012
The Art of Food

The Art of Food

Cadwallader's Cafe owners Colden and Mary Waller have created a unique offering of old world wines, with an ever-changing electic menu, all designed to assure repeat visits.

February-March 2012
Hearty Foods With Social Heart

Hearty Foods With Social Heart

New Moon Cafe has grown into more than just a typical quaint coffee shop.

January 2012
Food for the Soul

Food for the Soul

To guests, a visit to Manuel’s Bread Cafe might be reminiscent of a visit to a European village with sidewalk cafes tucked into neighborhoods where the sounds and aromas drift along on a passing breeze.

November - December 2011
Sweet Serendipity

Sweet Serendipity

The symbol of downtown Augusta’s Boll Weevil restaurant is not its namesake, the cotton-boring beetle, but rather its irresistibly decadent, over-the-top cakes—the now infamous desserts that almost didn’t happen.

October 2011
Magnolia Natural Market and Cafe

Magnolia Natural Market and Cafe

Using natural, mostly organic ingredients and locally grown foods, Cindy Gingrey sees her mission as serving “joyful food,” a task that originates in her commitment to not serve anything she wouldn’t serve her own family.

September 2011
Welcome to 5 O’Clock Bistro

Welcome to 5 O’Clock Bistro

The elegant but unpretentious 5 O’Clock Bistro sitting quietly on Kings Way has attracted more than its neighbors on the Hill to sample its French-inspired menu.

August 2011
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