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Welcome Chef Eric to the Tupelo Honey Family

Please help us welcome Chef Eric Gabrynowicz to the Tupelo Honey family as our new Executive Chef and VP of Culinary! Taking Southern traditions and updating them is what Tupelo Honey does best. Chef Eric is now part of our team to keep us moving towards that goal!  As a four-time James Beard Award semifinalist, Top Newcomer from […]

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Fresh Flavors for Fall!

The leaves are a-changing, the scarves are coming out of the closets and fall in the South has finally arrived. We’re paying homage to autumn with new menu items like crispy Bless Your Heart Pork Belly and a spicy Wicked Chicken Sandwich – dishes with fresh, creative flavors that are sure to delight your tastebuds! Check out some of […]

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Hooked on Sustainability with Maya Fish

When deciding what ingredients are best for our guests, we go straight to the source. Sometimes that means taking an 11-foot fishing boat 20 miles off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula to get there! Maya Fish ended up being the perfect match for our fish dishes, and we were hooked on their dedication to responsibly-sourced fish farming. We […]

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Breaking Bread with Annie’s Bakery

It’s a known fact that a delicious sandwich cannot exist without delicious bread. A perfect sandwich needs to be nestled between two sturdy slices of sturdy bread in order to contain every mouthwatering ingredient. For Tupelo, we turn to our partners at Annie’s Bakery who have been providing our guests with the best darn bread in South. We visited the Asheville, NC bakery, headed by Joe and Annie […]

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Tomato Burrata Salad

If you thought you couldn’t make a salad on a grill, you thought wrong! Our Tomato Burrata Salad is a simple yet flavorful dish for any occasion, but we suggest making it during summer when tomatoes are in season. Our very own Caitlin McMahon shows you how to make this recipe, which we cooked right on the banks […]

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Eat This Up: 7 (Non-Edible) Uses for Honey!

Honey is Mother Earth’s sweet elixir for drizzling on biscuits, adding to salad dressings and putting on…your face? Yep, that’s right! Not just for food, honey carries several magic-like powers that go beyond the perfect biscuit topping. We’ve gathered our 7 favorite uses for honey (other than food) so you didn’t have to! Read on for […]

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7 Ways You Know You’re Hopelessly Addicted to Tupelo Honey Biscuits

If you’ve dined with Tupelo Honey before, you get the cult-like biscuit hype. It’s a piece of warm, flaky, golden deliciousness served with sweet, juicy, mouth-watering, blueberry compote. Whether you’re young or old, the biscuit obsession knows no bounds. Think you have an addiction? You might be familiar with some of these emotions (as told by our […]

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How to Grill the Perfect Steak

Knowing how to grill the perfect steak is a must when you have a responsibly-sourced ribeye from a partner like Hickory Nut Gap Farm. Our very own VP of Purchasing Caitlin McMahon shares some easy and delicious tips on how to grill the perfect steak, which we cooked right in Hickory Nut Gap Farm’s beautiful apple orchard. Bon Appetit, y’all! Caitlin’s Grilling […]

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Local Atlanta Artists Sneak Peek

Local Atlanta Artists Sneak Peek It’s been a long journey to the Atlanta area, but the paint is dry, the 40 taps are installed, and the scratch-kitchen is ready to go.  As with all of our restaurants, we work with local artists to meld our Signature Mountain South Tupelo style with the community we are moving […]

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Woodworking Art with a Lot of Heart: A Custom Living Quarters & Tupelo Honey Partnership

Dine at any Tupelo Honey location and you will immediately notice the attention to artistry – from our scratch-made Southern fare right down to the architectural elements of the restaurant itself. We pride ourselves on showcasing local art in our restaurants, whether it’s an original painting, sculpture or bartop design. Local woodworking shop Custom Living Quarters (CLQ) has been creating wooden masterpieces for […]

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