By Teresa Tobat

Dunwoody Restaurant Week Kicks Off

Atlanta’s Dunwoody neighborhood is rife with fine dining options and includes a wide variety of local favorites and national chains. And from June 23 to 30, you can enjoy some of Dunwoody’s best cuisine from 16 of its finest restaurants for less. Prix-fixe menus at some of the area’s dining hot spots will feature $10 lunch and/or $25 dinner menus.

For a complete list of participating locations and more detailed information, please visit CVBDunwoody.com/RestaurantWeek.

Local Ice Cream Company Takes Home Top Honors
High Road Craft Ice Cream & Sorbet was selected as the grand champion of the 2012 Flavor of Georgia contest conducted by the University of Georgia Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development. Flavor of Georgia food entries are all made in Georgia and judged based on flavor, best use of Georgian ingredients, Georgia theme, unique or innovative qualities, commercial appeal and originality.
In addition to being crowned grand champion, High Road Craft Ice Cream took home first place in the competition's dairy category with its caffeine and cacao flavor ice cream. This company’s small-batch ice creams can be found at Whole Foods Markets throughout the Southeast and in Fresh Market stores nationwide. One of Co-owners of High Road Craft Ice Cream Keith Schroeder’s original recipes (featuring his scrumptious ice cream) appears on the summer issue of Flavors, which is currently available at select locations. For more information, visit highroadcraft.com

Ray’s Restaurants Serving Prized Salmon

Ray’s three locations (Ray’s on the River, Ray’s in the City and Ray’s at Killer Creek) are currently carrying Copper River salmon, a highly valued and often difficult to find fish. The Copper River traces 300-miles of Alaskan wilderness and provides the setting for one of the longest and most challenging salmon migrations in the world. As a result, Copper River King salmon, the most sought after of all Pacific salmon species, carry extra stores of fat to protect them from the icy waters and ensure they finish the trek. The fishes’ naturally high Omega-3 oil content, brilliant color and firm texture makes for a flavorful and texture-rich meal. Copper River King salmon season runs through the end of June, so get yours while they’re fresh.

Two other types of salmon captured from Copper River will be available seasonally, with one going out of season at the end of July and the other being available only in August and September. For more information, please visit raysrestaurants.com.



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