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Feb 12
Forget the Valentine’s Day Hype and Craft Your Own Unforgettable Moments

It’s okay to create your own calendar of special dates that don’t involve large crowds and long lines. We’ve all seen it: the onslaught of red and pink hearts, the overpriced teddy bears, the pressure to spend a small fortune on one pre-determined day. While Valentine’s Day can hold sentimental value for some, for many, […]

Dec 16
The Allure of American Style Dining Along I-575

The areas surrounding I-575 offer a wide variety of options for great food and dining experiences. Take the time to explore and discover what’s close to you. In the vast tapestry of global cuisines, American style dining stands out as a unique and diverse culinary experience. Rooted in a melting pot of cultures, this dining […]

Dec 13
Exceptional Service for an Exceptional Experience

Selecting a restaurant isn’t always easy. Especially when you want to celebrate something special. You trust that the restaurant will do their part to make the experience unique and memorable. This is an example of getting it right. The Reservation In the fall of 2022, I made a reservation at Oceanaire, the seafood restaurant. While […]

Dec 09
How QR Codes in Restaurants are Eroding The Customer Experience

The use of QR codes in restaurants has been embrassed by owners, but there are some serious risk they may want to consider and if it’s worth losing business over. A quick history of QR Codes QR Codes have been around in some fashion since they were introduced by a Japanese company back in 1994 […]

Dec 09
THE EXPERIENCE MATTERS

After visiting dozens of restaurants this year as the publisher of a regional food and dining guide, Taste of 575, I have learned that the restaurant dining experience is about much more than the food. It may also be a cautionary tale about restaurants losing control of their customer experience. After visiting dozens of restaurants […]

Nov 11
Veterans Day Remembered

As a Veteran-owned company, Corridor Publishing, the parent company of Taste of 575, we are honored to take a moment to recognize the contributions of those who have contributed service to our country. Gerald Griffith, the founder of Corridor Publishing is a combat veteran of the US Army (Desert Storm) and comes from a family […]

Nov 11
Changes are coming to the Taste of 575

The Taste of 575 magazine is excited about the launch of its November-December issue. We are in the process of making a lot of changes as we start the process of getting ready for the new year and that is a good thing. We have learned a lot during our launch. Some features have been […]

Oct 23
The Taste of 575 Launches New “Taste of” Experience to Benefit Patrons and Restaurants

The “Taste of 575 Experience” takes a different approach to the traditional “Taste of” event by inviting you to dine with participating restaurants all year long and for a very attractive price of just $5.75 Starting this November 2023, Corridor Publishing, the parent company behind Taste of 575, will launch a new initiative aimed at […]

Oct 02
Reserving Event Space for Memorable Celebrations

There are many options for great event space here in the I-575 area for your holiday events, there’s no need to travel far to host a memorable event experience close to home. The holiday season is a time of joy, togetherness, and creating cherished memories with loved ones. Whether it’s a corporate holiday party, a […]

Sep 14
Taste of 575 to Sponsor Taste and Brews 2023

From entertainment to great food, Taste and Brews in Canton, Georgia will offer something to the whole family. The Taste and Brews Fall Festival is a must-attend event for foodies and beer lovers alike. Taste of 575 is happy to be one of the main sponsors of the event as we continue to build a […]