Eater Expands: New Blogs in Houston, Dallas and Atlanta

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Not long ago, the South was a destination for people seeking tasty, unpretentious food. New York City was known for harboring many miserable bloggers.

Now that Southern food is in vogue up North (it seems we can’t go out for a pack of cigarettes without bumping into a new comfort food restaurant or truck), Curbed has returned the favor by dispatching our primary cultural contribution to cities below the Mason-Dixon Line.

Publisher Lockhart Steele launched three new Eater sites today, in Atlanta, Dallas and Houston. They are staffed by local editors.


  1. Benish says:

    You may be interested in speaking to Sheheryar T. Sardar and Adeel Shah who co-authored a book in July 2011: Sandstorm: a leaderless revolution in the digital age.  The books is currently being taught at Harvard’s Kennedy School and has sold out on Amazon 3 times already.The book deals with the Global Generation’s way to reclaim their voice by overriding media, politicians, and corporations – much of what is being seen today with the Occupy Wall Street movement.  It’s a fantastic piece of work, and at least one of the authors is based in New York City (Mr. Adeel Shah is based out of DC).  Please let me know if you are interested in speaking with them, or would like a copy of the book.  I’d be happy to send it your way.