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The Iberian Pig – Modern Spanish tapas take the spotlight in Decatur

Recently, Decatur has been our favorite dine-out area place in Atlanta. Though it takes a bit of driving to get there from Midtown, we definitely think places like this make it worthwhile. Iberian Pig is a small eatery located in the heart of Decatur Square serving pork-eccentric tapas and entrees. The indulging Spanish flavors accompanied with the lively, modern American setting make this a great weekend brunch spot for groups of friends. For our couple readers, this place is also...

THE LUMINARY – Explore Seafood heaven inside Krog’s Market

Resides in the Krog Street Market, The Luminary is a French-American brasserie that sells interesting, sophisticated but approachable dishes. A combination of both classic and modern, The Luminary possesses the vibe of sophistication but casual dining. There are cool decoration elements here and there, like a neon cursive sign behind the raw bar, a large antique-style mirror atop the bar, and a bunch of white ceiling lights that look very artsy. Some tables are dressed in white linen while others...

Ton Ton Restaurant – Japanese Ramen in Ponce City Market

We first knew of Guy Wong – Atlanta’s rising chef- through Miso Izakaya and then got our heart hooked by Le Fat, so it was inevitable that we just couldn’t wait to pay a visit to Ton Ton since it’s Wong’s third restaurant establishment – another great one we must admit. Being the only Japanese eatery in Ponce City Market, it manages to easily capture our eyes on the first round. You can either choose to dine in at a regular table setting or...

5 healthy breakfast toast

“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” – We all heard this and we all know this. But with the hectic schedule that we all have, breakfast tends to be boring or even overlooked. Here at TheCoupleEats household, we believe that the food we put in the body matters, both in quantity and quality. So we’re here today introducing you to 5 healthy breakfast toast ideas that you can throw together in less than 5 minutes, taste good,...

5 tips to build a healthy, loving & long-lasting relationship

Being known as a foodie couple on both social media and in real life, we usually proudly say “Couples who eat together, stay together”. But in reality, while food is obviously a big part of our shared interest, it took a lot more to build and maintain a healthy, loving and long lasting relationship that we shared through the last 5 years and counting. As with any relationship, it takes desire, effort, dedication and lots of communication to make it...

5 healthy ways to get over a cold (flu) fast

It’s that time of the year (again) when the weather reaches its coldest and everyone seems to be getting sick. If you find yourself suffering from a little cold/ flu at the moment, know that you’re not alone. Last week, I just suffered from one of the worst flu ever and I know being sick is seriously no fun at all. I went through what I would call a typical flu – where it starts out with a dry throat...

How to be Happy ( 5 Dos)

1.Be grateful & express your gratitude Gratitude has been all the hype lately. Sometimes it seems as if you see the word “grateful” popping into your face everywhere you go. But there’re a lot of reasons behind the hype, most of them are very legit. Research has shown gratitude attracts what we want, improves our mood (and in turn our relationships), help us cope better with life challenges and improve problem solving skills. Feeling and expressing gratitude turn our mental...

How to be Happy ( 5 Don’ts)

1.Don’t read the news Though it might seems like an insignificant and harmless thing that all of us do, giving up news is actually the absolute first when it comes to living a happier life. As Thomas Jefferson once said,  “The man who reads nothing at all is better than the man who reads nothing but newspaper,” newspaper are really empty calories for our mind. While news might present important and intelligent info at first, it’s actually just a never-ending feed...

5 best bubble tea places in Atlanta

America is a coffee country. But for years, bubble tea has been taking its footstep into the cornerstone of modern American life. The Taiwanese invention first got its start in the 1980s with purely tapioca pearls in a glass of iced sweetened tea. Overtime, bubble tea has advanced to milk tea, flavored tea and though tapioca pearls, or ‘boba’, still play a big role in each cup, we’re now free to add other toppings such as fruit jelly or aloe...

TUK TUK THAI BISTRO – Modish Dining in the Heart of Saigon

When it comes to cuisine, Saigon has an interesting variety in terms of culinary. Saigon is known as the national’s melting pot of foods from all over the place. From the traditional dish of Pho (Vietnamese Noodle Soup), Com Tam (Grilled Pork over Broken Rice) to Bun Bo Hue (Vietnamese Spicy Beef Noodle Soup), there is no certain clue as which are originated from Saigon. The abundant and variety of food offered in Saigon does not just stop at a...