May
30

Fire up the grill with these 3 summer-ready recipes

As the weather heats up, it’s time to gear up for grilling! So, get your list together and gather the essentials: burgers, potatoes, dessert and natural gas.

What? Did you say natural gas? That’s right!

Using natural gas to heat your grill carries the same benefits as using natural gas to heat your home. It’s abundant, efficient, affordable and it burns cleaner compared to other fossil fuels.

Natural gas can cost a third less than propane, saving you extra money for all the things you want to enjoy this summer season. And, you don’t have the risk of running out of natural gas during your cookout like you do with propane, saving you a mid-BBQ trip to buy a new propane tank. (It happens; we’ve seen it.)

Whether you’re a grill novice or a grill master, these three recipes will help spark some new meal ideas and naturally spark up the grill.  Bon appétit!

Jan
26

Get a Taste of the Town at Roswell Restaurant Week

Now through February 1st, we’re celebrating Roswell Restaurant Week! This year’s event features 26 local restaurants to wine and dine – 13 of which are Gas South customers. Each restaurant offers a delectable prix fixe menu, complete with several courses.

Below is a guide to Gas South’s restaurants customers that are participating in Roswell’s finest culinary celebration. Dine out and taste the difference of why cooking with natural gas is so great! And if you’re looking to make the switch to natural gas, learn more about how to become a Gas South customer and receive an Atlanta EATS gift card to use at some of Roswell’s go-to restaurants in our guide.

1920 Tavern features global-inspired cuisine with contemporary interpretations of market-driven and locally sourced ingredients.

Adele’s on Canton is one of Atlanta’s best Cajun dining experiences. Get a taste of New Orleans with dishes like flash fried Louisiana alligator bites, and shrimp and grits.

Brick House Pizza serves authentic New York style pizzas made with produce from local growers.

El Porton features some of the most delicious Mexican food in town.

Foundation Social Eatery draws inspiration from French and Italian influences with a touch of local, Southern ingredients.

Houck’s Grille features everyone’s favorite dishes from fried shrimp, to black and blue chips, to homemade soups and more.

Oak Street Café  is your go-to family-owned restaurant with a unique touch to some of the classics.

Osteria Mattone serves regional Italian cuisine with a heavy focus on Roman fare, combining the casual spirit of an osteria.

Peach & the Porkchop is known for its farm-to-table freshness, with dishes inspired by the southern and northern roots of its owners.

Salt Factory Pub’s creative menu features a variety of classic comfort foods with international influences, which pair perfectly with its selection of more than 50 draft and bottled brews.

Table & Main showcases a line of mouth-watering, Southern inspired dishes.

The Big Ketch features a selection of fresh, casual seafood prepared with a gourmet touch in a relaxing environment.

The Mill Kitchen & Bar features American comfort food with a contemporary take on the classics.