Good Day Atlanta viewer information: December 16, 2021 – FOX 5 Atlanta

Good Day Atlanta viewer information: December 16, 2021 – FOX 5 Atlanta

Atlanta restaurant transforms into cozy mountain lodge

In the mood for a warm, cozy getaway somewhere up in the mountains? Good news – a popular Atlanta restaurant is bringing the mountain retreat right to the city.

Atlanta restaurant transforms into cozy mountain lodge: A trip to a warm cozy lodge in Aspen — or maybe even somewhere in the Alps — sounds pretty good right about now, doesn’t it? The team at Atlanta restaurant Hampton + Hudson sure thinks so, which is why they’re transforming part of their space into a mountain getaway just in time for the holiday season.

Hampton + Hudson recently unveiled its Mountain Lodge Pop-Up, open from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. nightly through Dec. 30 in the restaurant’s mezzanine level. 

The pop-up aims to transport visitors to a high-altitude hangout, featuring flannel-clad servers and a festive lineup of cocktails including Tequila Eggnog and Hot Buttered Cider (with duck fat caramel!). Seasonal snacks will also be available to go along with those drinks, including a special Apple Cider Doughnut created by our friends at Atlanta’s own Sublime Doughnuts.

You may remember seeing Hampton + Hudson featured on Good Day Atlanta back in August of 2017, when Buck Lanford taste-tested the Bee’s Knees Burger (and gave it a big thumbs up, of course!). The restaurant is located at 299 North Highland Avenue Northeast in Inman Park, and regular hours at 11 a.m. to midnight on weekdays and 10 a.m. to midnight on Saturdays and Sundays, with brunch served until 2:30 p.m. on weekends.

We couldn’t wait to slip on some flannel and book a little time inside the Mountain Lodge Pop-Up — click the video player in this article to check out our morning relaxing in this unique winter

New book takes look at the ‘Sicilian Secret Diet Plan’

Diets don’t have to mean ditching your favorite things. In their new book, Dr. Giovanni Campanile M.D. and Dr. Sandra Cammarata, M.D. take on what they call a life-changing journey.

Dr. Giovanni Campanile and Dr. Sandra Cammarata show viewers a quick and simple healthy recipe: For years, they had owned a restaurant Pazzi Pasta in Brooklyn, but Dr. Giovanni & Dr. Sandra currently host a podcast also titled “The Sicilian Secret Diet.” Parents are often rushed in the morning and preparing lunch for their children is often avoided because it requires time and energy. Many adults tend to believe that children can eat fast food and drink sodas because they are young and somehow immune from the health risks of poor nutrition. In the meantime childhood obesity has increased tenfold from 1975 and approximately 18.5 % of children are currently obese and have fatty liver disease. Campanile and Cammarata are huge advocates for showing people the health benefits of incorporating the Sicilian Diet into their eating lifestyles. They enjoy showing people how to quickly turn healthy leftover dinners into healthy lunch options for back to school. Their cookbook provides numerous options for them to showcase during their cooking segment from baked cutlets, frittatas, …….


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