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New York Times

Late to the Game, Football Stadiums Aim for Better Food

By Kim Severson for the New York Times

 

Booths will offer favorites from other local restaurants, including Antico Pizza, Delia’s Chicken Sausage Stand, Farm Burger and Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q. Falcons managers say they will bar the restaurants from charging more for food at the stadium than they do at their restaurants.
 

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Zagat’s 10 Best Things We Ate This Year…

…So Far in Atlanta

by Christopher Hassiotis

‘da Bomb at Delia’s Chicken Sausage Stand

Cholesterol bomb, sugar bomb, grease bomb, whatever. It’s an over-the-top, somewhat ridiculous breakfast sandwich recently added to the Delia’s menu. Delia’s famous housemade chicken sausage patties get sandwiched with eggs and cheddar between two Krispy Kreme donuts that’ve been split, flipped and grilled. Add a slather of Delia’s cherry cream cheese, and the resulting sandwich bumps right up against acceptable levels of sweetness…and reason.

 

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Paste Magazine…

The Best of Modern Restaurant Design

by Brittany Joyce

It’s easy to judge a book by its cover. It’s also easy to judge a restaurant by its exterior. While this approach to choosing your next read or meal isn’t always advised, we all do it. Luckily for us, though, the food industry is taking more and more to creative branding.

 

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AirTran Go Magazine

“The Secrets of Atlanta, Georgia”
By Ashley Hesseltine

ATL CONFIDENTIAL

From free beer to tarot card readings, we reveal all of this Southern City’s secrets….shh, no need to share with others.

…night owls nosh on a to-die-for chicken sausage hoagie at Delia’s Chicken Sausage Stand, open 24 hours on the weekends (we recommend the Hot Mess)
 

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Thumbs up to Chicken Sausage

Awesome article on the visualab!

Branding: Thumbs up to Chicken Sausage

“A few weeks ago, I went to what is becoming a favorite spot to take visitors, Delia’s Chicken Sausage Stand in East Atlanta. This place is delicious! They opened in March 2011, and I first heard about it through tweets & status updates of friends trying out the new place. Knowing absolutely nothing about this place other than seeing photos of their food via the internet, my husband and I decided to go. When we walked in, I thought, “Wow, whoever designed this place knew what they were doing.” Sometimes I wonder if I notice these things because I’m a designer, but I I heard people behind me commenting on the wallpaper and fun menu names, so its not just me.”
 

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Zagat says…

There’s “magic happening in the kitchen” of this “budget-friendly” East Atlanta wiener wonderland from chef-owner Delia Champion, where “mouthwatering” chicken sausages are made into “crazy”-named hot dogs and sliders…
 

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Singular Start-ups Worth Championing

Atlanta Magazine: Niche Dishes
by Christiane Lauterbach

“Compared to other cities in roughly the same genre (youthful, sprawling, diverse), Atlanta doesn’t offer much of a platform for would-be indie food entrepreneurs with small budgets.”

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