Atlanta Eats Celebrates 1st Anniversary

A year ago, local culinary coverage in Atlanta got a great boost thanks to a little show on Peachtree TV called Atlanta Eats . Now on the first anniversary of the initial broadcast, a lot has changed, but in a good way. It is now one of the hottest local programs showcasing Atlanta's thriving culinary scene with a promises of more coverage to whet your appetite. Find out what you can expect now that Atlanta Eats is officially a year old! Launched in October 2012, Atlanta Eats is celebrating its one year anniversary as the premier source for the inside scoop on the city's culinary scene. The weekly 30-minute television program, accompanied by weekly on-air radio segments, video driven web content and engaging social media conversation, cooks up a hearty combination of engaging, entertaining, and informative local restaurant and food features.

With the recent success of Atlanta Eats Live, the event that showcased over 30 of the best restaurants and chefs from all over the city, Atlanta Eats shows no signs of slowing down. "Watching our vision transform and our viewers fully embrace Atlanta's food scene for the past year has been an amazing experience," said Cody Hicks, Atlanta Eats' Chief Brisket Officer. "We built Atlanta Eats on the foundation of educating food lovers, fans and enthusiasts about Atlanta's restaurants and discovering innovative, one-of-kind meals and we will continue to strive toward this mission." Co-founder and host Steak Shapiro, one of the city's most visible media personalities and a well-known food guy, has traveled around Atlanta throughout the past year in search of the most iconic restaurants and hidden gems. During his visits, Shapiro sampled signature dishes and interacted with chefs, GMs and local food legends to bring the unique personality of each restaurant into the homes of his audience.

Highlighting everything from paper plates to white tablecloths, the past two seasons have featured restaurants in and out of the perimeter. In the third season, Atlanta Eats will continue to raise the bar with a stellar lineup of restaurants showcasing all the culinary indulgences Atlanta has to offer. Programming includes an episode co-hosted by Mayor Reed on the BeltLine at Ponce City Market as well as episodes dedicated to the explosive growth of the craft beer scene in Atlanta with segments at Hop City, SweetWater Brewery, and The Porter. Atlanta Eats just kicked off Season 3 airing on Saturdays and Sundays at 10:30am on Peachtree TV and recently expanded to radio with a new weekend morning show. Hosted by Atlanta Eats co-host, Mara Davis, the radio show debuted last month and airs Saturday mornings from 11am-1pm on WGST 640 AM.

About Atlanta Eats : Atlanta Eats is the premier multimedia company dedicated to capturing the food and dining out scene in Atlanta. Founded by Steak Shapiro in 2012, Atlanta Eats is comprised of a popular weekly 30-minute TV program, a weekly 2-hour radio show, and a highly interactive digital and social media presence. Fans count on Atlanta Eats to deliver engaging, entertaining and informative content, helping them discover new places, plan their next special meal, and dig deeper into the city's flourishing food scene. For more information, visit www.atlantaeats.com . For more information about the author, Danielle Jennings, please visit my Google+ profile page.