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posted on April 23, 2008 at 10:27 am

For true cupcake connoisseurs, trying to find a perfect version of the hand-held treat can make you feel like a character straight out of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Too big. Too small. To sweet. Too bland. Too dense. Too dry. What’s a girl to do? Why, head to Little Cake Bakery (3792 Roswell Road, 404-841-8856, www.littlecakebakery.com) where the cupcakes are “just right.” The tiny Buckhead storefront, owned by self-proclaimed Francophiles Pamela Laurent and Meg Genone, has become the spot for in-the-know locals longing for something a bit more sophisticated than the ordinary Publix cupcake. Click here to read the rest…


Korean fried chicken has hit Atlanta and the response has been positively cultish. What sets this new-fangled “KFC” apart is the double-frying method that produces a crunchy crust as greaseless as it is light. The manageable chunks of juicy chicken are then tossed in a sauce or served straight up. Most establishments fry each bird to order, so be prepared to wait around 15-20 minutes — a small price to pay for such perfect poultry. Click here to read the rest…

On any given night in Castleberry Hill, groups of well-dressed young people strut down the sidewalks of the up-and-coming art-and-loft district, which is not only home to the übercool monthly “Art Stroll,” but also shaping up to be one of the city’s major nightlife destinations. Click here to read the rest…


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3 comments

  • Re: Check out my articles in this week’s Creative Loafing
    posted by: gan911 · April 24, 2008  5:50 AM

    there is also the ‘my favorite cheogajip chicken’ on old ptree road up in suwanee in the assi supermarket plaza

  • Re: Check out my articles in this week’s Creative Loafing
    posted by: Anonymous · April 25, 2008  6:40 AM

    I have not had Love Letter KFC but I have had ToreOre and compared to even a 2-star Rated (according to NY Times) Bon Chon chicken in Flushing and NYC, this was an awful rendition of Korean style fried chicken. I have had friends and aficianados report that Love Letter is no better.

    I ordered both the garlic and spicy one and maybe I got a bad batch but it was pretty much like Church’s crumbly fatty fried chicken with an overwhelming amount of sugary asian seasonings.

    I am happy to see these places emerge here in Atlanta but if they are misrepresenting the truly addictive stylings and uniqueness of the crisp rendered outer-skin and subtle flavorings of Korean fried chicken, I’d rather they not exist and mislead people.

    I will give Love Letter the benefit of a doubt and give them a shot sometime soon.

  • Re: Check out my articles in this week’s Creative Loafing
    posted by: Amy · April 27, 2008  4:48 PM

    I will have to try Little Cake Bakery next time I’m on Roswell Road – I’ve gotten my office addicted to the cupcakes and sandwiches (try the turkey cranberry brie) from Maddy Cakes on Piedmont Road.

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