Here are six local restaurants with options to make this year’s holiday meal both effortless and delectable.
Despite the importance of food to Filipino culture, there are currently no Filipino restaurants in Athens.
Christmas lights, industrial structures and the faint noise of a soprano opera voice set the exposition for the opening night of “Rent”— the University of Georgia Theatre & Film Studies program’s current musical production.
To showcase the history behind Athens’ breweries and educate the public about the beer scene, all six Athens breweries, the Athens Convention & Visitors Bureau and BED Creative Productions filmmakers teamed together to create a mini documentary entitled “Beer: The Athens Way.”
Mini documentary “Beer: The Athens Way” is set to have an exclusive premiere at Ciné on Friday, Oct. 8 from 6:30-8 p.m. The event is a joint effort by all six Athens breweries, the Athens Convention & Visitors Bureau and Bed Creative Productions filmmakers.
In a new effort to end the stigma surrounding mental health, Athentic Brewing Co. has teamed up with other independent breweries to release THINGS WE DON’T SAY IPA: Craft Beer for Mental Health.
Tlaloc may be a small establishment, but the impact it makes on the Athens community is big. In a time when Mexican chains and fast-food restaurants have mass amounts of popularity, Tlaloc serves truly authentic Mexican and Salvadorian food and has become a local favorite.
Tlaloc podría ser un lugar pequeño pero el impacto que tiene sobre la comunidad de Athens es mucho más grande. En un tiempo cuando las cadenas de restaurantes Mexicanas tienen mucha popularidad, Tlaloc sirve comida Mexicana y Salvadoreña que en verdad es auténtica y se ha convertido en un lugar local favorito.