Good Day Atlanta viewer information July 25, 2018

Atlanta restaurant brings French festival to local diners:  If you've ever been lucky enough to visit France during the Fêtes De Bayonne, you know it's a massive celebration featuring food, drink, and live entertainment.  But this year, you don't have to miss out on the fun just because a trip around the world doesn't quite fit in your budget.  Atlanta restaurant Cooks & Soldiers will hits its second annual Fêtes De Bayonne on Sunday from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.  This year, executive chef Matthew Ridgway has cooked up a French-inspired menu true to the spirit of the Fêtes De Bayonne, which is a five-day festival in Bayonne, a city in the southwestern part of France.  Cooks & Soldiers is located at 691 14th Street Northwest in Atlanta, and tickets for the Fêtes de Bayonne may be purchased online here.  Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken celebrated the Fêtes De Bayonne last year with the gang from Cooks & Soldiers, and couldn't resist a return visit to do a ceremonial "throwing of the key" and, of course, some taste-testing!


Dish Nation:  Dish nation host Porsha Williams stops by to discuss the latest celebrity news with Good Day Atlanta's Alyse Eady.  For more information on Dish Nation click here.  


Camp Bailey: Real Housewives of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey is all about female empowerment and now she's using her platform to empower the next generation of leading ladies. This week she's hosting "Camp Bailey" at The Good Acting Studio in Marietta.  The one week intensive camp covers everything from vocal performance to dance and drama. Cynthia Bailey says they wil focus on "confidence building" above all and she hopes to inspire campers to live fearlessly with beauty and grace so they can shine both onstage and off.   For more on Cynthia Bailey click here.  For more information on The Good Acting Studio click here.