19 Bella Tapas BYOB Restaurant

On the Trail of Tupelo Honey, Liquid Gold From the Swamps

On the Trail of Tupelo Honey, Liquid Gold From the Swamps

“Near a swamp in southeastern Georgia, Frederick Merriam Jr., right, his son Aidan Merriam, center, and Brandon Tai, left, of Honey Next Door in Atlanta, use smoke to keep bees calm while they check how the season’s crop of tupelo honey is progressing.”

Credit: Stephen B. Morton for The New York Times

 

Article By Kim Severson

“The most expensive honey in America starts in these mucky Southern swamps, where white Ogeechee tupelo trees twist up out of water so dark you can’t tell if that was an alligator or a snake that just broke the surface.”

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  • 19 Bella
    4.0
    Based on 160 Reviews
    Timothy C.
    Timothy C.
    2019-04-14 08:03:58
    We went for breakfast to this charming place. Unique menu, very nice atmosphere. Little pricey if your used to the corner Cafe but its was a pleasant...
    Kelsey C.
    Kelsey C.
    2019-03-05 09:53:28
    Super cute brunch place! My waitress Kate was super friendly and quick. I had a mocha and the corned beef hash, both were excellent. The prices are similar...
    Brigit P.
    Brigit P.
    2018-12-28 13:32:22
    We've been here twice. Relaxing atmosphere and made to order dishes. Only had brunch items so far but we've loved them. Mushroom asparagus scramble with...
    Tiffanie T.
    Tiffanie T.
    2018-10-14 16:51:17
    This place was a quaint place and had great reviews for brunch. It's extremely small so I would either go really early or have reservations. You have the...