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New metro Atanta eating places in 2021

New metro Atanta restaurants in 2021

227 Sandy Springs Place NE, Sandy Springs. 404-418-8156, bananaleafatl.com

Botica. Debuting on Jan. 1, chef Mimmo Alboumeh’s Spanish-meets-Mexican restaurant took over the previous Watershed house on Peachtree. Read more here.

1820 Peachtree Street NW, Atlanta. 404-228-6358, eatbotica.com

Johnny’s Chicken and Waffles. Singer/songwriter Ne-Yo, his spouse, Crystal Smith and hip-hop artist Karlie Redd got here collectively to open all-day breakfast restaurant Johnny’s Hen and Waffles. Read more here.

3725 Essential St., School Park. 404-748-4244, johnnyschickenandwaffles.com

Spicy Hill. Brothers Desrick and Alrick Smith put their very own twists on the Jamaican meals of their childhood at their Jonesboro restaurant. Read more here.

1544 Tara Street, Jonesboro. 678-489-8412, spicyhillrestaurant.com

Extra eating places that opened in January:

Ceviche Co. Xpress, Duluth

Eleven TLC, Ponce Metropolis Market

Farm Birds ghost kitchen, Buckhead

Fat Tuesday, Battery Atlanta

Highland Bistro, Outdated Fourth Ward

Not As Famous Cookie Co., Smyrna

The Orient, Cobb County

Peach Cobbler Cafe, Buckhead

Rakkan Ramen, Johns Creek

Sea Salt Seafood Lounge, Virginia-Highland

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The Bountiful Buddha Bowl is a clean- consuming, plant-based menu choice at Snooze.
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The Bountiful Buddha Bowl is a clean- eating, plant-based menu option at Snooze. 
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The Bountiful Buddha Bowl is a clean- consuming, plant-based menu choice at Snooze.
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February 2021

Bar Vegan and Dinkies. Pinky Cole expanded her plant-based empire with Bar Vegan, which serves up over-the-top cocktails and upscale vegan bar meals. Derrick Hayes, the proprietor of Massive Dave’s Cheesesteaks, additionally opened plant-based cheesesteak stall Dinkies contained in the eatery. Read more here.

675 Ponce de Leon Ave. NE, Atlanta. sluttyveganatl.com

The Betty. Kimpton Sylvan Lodge’s marquee eatery is designed to evoke the texture of a Fifties supper membership, with a menu to match. Read more here.

374 E. Paces Ferry Street, Atlanta. 877-984-6548, thesylvanhotel.com.

Snooze an a.m. eatery. The Colorado-based chain opened its first metro Atlanta location, providing all-day breakfast dishes and brunch cocktails. The restaurant has since opened extra metro Atlanta areas. Read more here.

4600 Roswell Street, Sandy Springs. 470-571-3880, snoozeeatery.com

Soul: Food and Culture. Chef Todd Richards modified his Richards Southern Fried stall into this idea, which highlights soul and Southern classics together with deviled eggs, fried inexperienced tomatoes and crispy hen wings. Read more here.

99 Krog St. NE, Atlanta. 678-732-9594, soulfoodandculture.com/

Extra eating places that opened in February:

Anjoo BBQ, Suwanee

Butcher on the Whitlock, Marietta

Cultivation Brewing, Norcross

The Ginger Room, Alpharetta

LowCountry Steak, Midtown

Philanthropy Bar and Grill, Loganville

Rena’s Italian Fishery and Grill, Alpharetta

Rose and Olives, Duluth

Round Trip Brewing Co., Higher Westside

Texican Tex-Mex Barbecue, Roswell (closed in September)

Toast on Lenox, Buckhead

The Woodall, West Midtown

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El Vinedo Native focuses on South American fare, like ceviches, empanadas and fried yuca.
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El Vinedo Local specializes in South American fare, like ceviches, empanadas and fried yuca.
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El Vinedo Native focuses on South American fare, like ceviches, empanadas and fried yuca.
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Credit score: Wendell Brock

March 2021

Chef Smokey’s. The birria pattern was a saving grace for Mauro Cruz throughout the pandemic. When he misplaced his job, he began a pop-up, which he then became a well-liked brick-and-mortar. Read more here.

2805 Veterans Memorial Freeway SW, Austell. 770-485-7457, facebook.com/chefsmokeyatl/?ref=py_c

El Vinedo Local. Situated down the block from the Fox Theatre, El Vinedo Native affords an intensive number of wine and a South American-inspired menu. Read more here.

730 Peachtree St., Suite 100, Atlanta. 404-596-8239, elvinedolocal.com

Storico Vino. The wine bar from the homeowners of Forza Storico and Storico Fresco additionally options a wide range of small plates, pastas and sandwiches. Read more here.

3065 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta. 404-806-0050, storico.com/vino

Extra eating places that opened in March:

Blaqhaus ATL, Marietta

Bloom Doughnuts, Milton

Candler Rail Brewing, Candler Park

Daisuki Sushi Izakaya, Johns Creek

Drumz N Flatz, Stone Mountain

Grant Park Eats/Zoo Bar, Grant Park

Hiro Ramen and Tea Bar, Decatur

Krabs Hut, East Atlanta

Neighborhood Wraps, Reynoldstown

Queso Shop, (briefly closed, will reopen in Toco Hills in 2022)

Screamin’ Weenies, East Atlanta

St. Julep, Willow Bar, Buckhead

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Besties makes about 30 completely different sort of empanadas, which many followers love with chimichurri sauce. To go along with the savory pastries, there’s creamy cole slaw and tomato salad with onions and oregano.
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Besties makes about 30 different kind of empanadas, which many fans love with chimichurri sauce. To go with the savory pastries, there’s creamy cole slaw and tomato salad with onions and oregano.
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Besties makes about 30 completely different sort of empanadas, which many followers love with chimichurri sauce. To go along with the savory pastries, there’s creamy cole slaw and tomato salad with onions and oregano.
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Credit score: Wendell Brock

April 2021

Besties. Search for empanadas and Belgian waffles at this Alpharetta spot. Read more here.

5238 McGinnis Ferry Street, Alpharetta. 678-691-8184, bestiesempanadas.com

Chattahoochee Food Works at The Works. The meals corridor at Higher Westside mixed-use improvement The Works options greater than 30 distributors, with choices together with vegan Indian meals, grilled meats, pizza and Thai food. Read more here.

1235 Chattahoochee Ave., Atlanta. chattahoocheefoodworks.com

The Continent. Chef Scotley Innis pairs his Jamaican delicacies with cocktails and an adjoining cigar bar on Buford Freeway. Read more here.

4300 Buford Freeway, Atlanta. 404-228-2027, thecontinentatlanta.com.

Emmy Squared. The New York-based pizzeria brings its rectangular pies to Glenwood Park, together with drinks and a tasty burger. Read more here and here.

475 Invoice Kennedy Manner SE, Atlanta. 470-610-0100, emmysquaredpizza.com/location/glenwood-atlanta-georgia/.

Hippin Hops. The state’s first Black-owned brick-and-mortar brewery additionally affords oysters, po’boys and different Southern-inspired dishes, with extra metro Atlanta areas on the best way. Read more here.

1308 Glenwood Ave. SE, Atlanta. 678-713-2739, hippinhopsbrewery.com

Karv. Mediterranean-inspired fast-casual spot Karv affords a Greek-influenced menu with choices together with marinated rotisserie hen thighs souvla, marinated rotisserie pork blade roast souvla, braised pulled lamb shank, and braised beef brief rib. Read more here.

5126 Peachtree Blvd., Constructing A, Chamblee. karvkitchen.com

La Calavera Pizza. After closing their Memorial Drive bakery, husband and spouse Eric Arillo and Dale Ralston pivoted to creating pizza in the identical house. Read more here.

696 Memorial Drive SE, Atlanta. 404-697-7030, lacalaverapizza.com

Maepole. Chef Peter Dale opened a Summerhill location of his well-liked Athens restaurant, providing a health-focused build-your-own-bowl menu. Read more here.

72 Georgia Ave. SE, Atlanta. 404-907-4355, maepole.com.

Poco Loco ATL. Chef Nick Melvin turned his well-liked burrito pop-up right into a brick-and-mortar within the former Dish Dive house in Kirkwood. Learn extra right here.

2233 School Ave. NE, Atlanta. pocolocoatl.com

Tum Pok Pok. Adidsara Weerasin, who was born within the south of Thailand and grew up in Bangkok, brings meals from the Isan area of the nation to Buford Freeway. Read more here.

5000 Buford Freeway NE, Chamblee. 770-457-7161, tumpokpok.com

Extra eating places that opened in April:

6S Brewing, Duluth

Blu Seafood House, Midtown

Habitat, Buckhead

JJ Dominican Snacks, Marietta

Kawa 18 Ramen, Forest Park

Lily Sushi Bar, Alpharetta

Neighborhood Cuisine & Provisions, Marietta

Passador Brazilian Steakhouse, Johns Creek

Skilled Cheese, Triton Yards

Slush, Outdated Fourth Ward

Saito Sushi, downtown Atlanta

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The Abby Singer’s Sunday brunch menu contains shrimp and grits and tater tots topped with cheese and egg.
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The Abby Singer’s Sunday brunch menu includes shrimp and grits and tater tots topped with cheese and egg.
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The Abby Singer’s Sunday brunch menu contains shrimp and grits and tater tots topped with cheese and egg.
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Credit score: Wendell Brock

Could 2021

The Abby Singer. The primary restaurant to open in Kirkwood’s Pratt Pullman District serves Midwestern-inspired specialties together with the Jucy Lucy burger, in addition to cocktails. Read more here and here.

225 Rogers St. NE, Constructing 11, Atlanta. secondmeal-llc.com.

The Breakfast Boys. Lorenzo Wyche teamed up with the homeowners of Virgil’s Gullah Kitchen to open this all-day breakfast spot with a number of beignets. Read more here.

3387 Essential St., School Park. 470-312-2108, eatatbreakfastboys.com.

Cattle Shed. The homeowners of Hobnob Neighborhood Tavern opened this steakhouse and wine bar in mixed-use improvement Halcyon. Read more here.

6290 Halcyon Manner, Suite 610, Alpharetta. 770-680-2457, cattleshedwinebar.com.

Che Butter Jonez. The favored pop-up went brick-and-mortar, providing signature dishes together with the That Sh** Slambing, a lamb burger with lettuce, tomato, caramelized onions and jalapenos with an herb sauce and fries. Read more here.

757 Cleveland Ave., Suite E, Atlanta. 404-919-4061, chebutterjonez.com/che-on-cleveland.

Drawbar. This rooftop spot on the Bellyard lodge at West Midtown improvement the Interlock affords an eclectic menu with among the finest views in Atlanta. Read more here.

1 Interlock Ave. NW, Atlanta. 404-806-8333, bellyardhotel.com/dine/drawbar

El Capitan. Restaurateur Alfredo Negrete serves Mexican seafood in a strip middle on Roswell Street within the Northridge space of Sandy Springs. Read more here and here.

Lobster Banh Mi. This Duluth spot affords a wide range of banh mi sandwiches, with the lobster model performing because the star of the present. Read more here.

3095 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., Duluth. 770-910-7175, lobsterbanhmi.com

Poach Social. Discover all-day brunch at Poach, in addition to takeout and patio eating. Read more here.

112 Ormond St. SE, Atlanta. 678-974-7324, poachsocial.com

Extra eating places that opened in Could:

Amore e Amore, Inman Park

Blackbird Farms Brewery, Lilburn

Cantina Loca, Alpharetta (now closed)

Chef Wu, Roswell

Gopchang Salon, Suwanee

Green Tomatoes Cafe, Marietta

Kettlerock Brewing, Peachtree Corners

The Linnethia, Duluth

Little Cottage Brewery, Avondale Estates

Madrid Spanish Taverna, Roswell

Nagomiya, Midtown

Olomi’s Grill Halal, Alpharetta

Star Bar, Little 5 Factors (reopening)

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210719 Atlanta, Ga: (Buckhead) Clockwise beginning at higher left: Black bass with kohlrabi and mushroom broth, Gem lettuces with fava beans and ricotta salata, Roast duck with chanterelles and corn, Ricotta gnudi, oyster mushroom, truffle beaurre monté, Uncooked hamachi with black radish and cucumber, Speck schiacciata, and artichokes a la grecque, Peach panna cotta (middle). Pictures for First Look column, Lucian Books and Wine, 3005 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 300 Atlanta, Ga. 30305. (Chris Hunt for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

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210719 Atlanta, Ga: (Buckhead) Clockwise starting at upper left: Black bass with kohlrabi and mushroom broth, Gem lettuces with fava beans and ricotta salata, Roast duck with chanterelles and corn, Ricotta gnudi, oyster mushroom, truffle beaurre monté, Raw hamachi with black radish and cucumber, Speck schiacciata, and artichokes a la grecque, Peach panna cotta (center). Photos for First Look column, Lucian Books and Wine, 3005 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 300 Atlanta, Ga. 30305. (Chris Hunt for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
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210719 Atlanta, Ga: (Buckhead) Clockwise beginning at higher left: Black bass with kohlrabi and mushroom broth, Gem lettuces with fava beans and ricotta salata, Roast duck with chanterelles and corn, Ricotta gnudi, oyster mushroom, truffle beaurre monté, Uncooked hamachi with black radish and cucumber, Speck schiacciata, and artichokes a la grecque, Peach panna cotta (middle). Pictures for First Look column, Lucian Books and Wine, 3005 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 300 Atlanta, Ga. 30305. (Chris Hunt for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

Credit score: Chris Hunt

Credit score: Chris Hunt

June 2021

A-Street. Chef-owner Kevin Nelson embraces worldwide influences at his Roswell restaurant. Read more here.

605 Atlanta St., Roswell. 770-910-7639, astreetroswell.com.

Lucian Wine Bar & Bookstore. Books and an intensive wine listing, together with a menu from a former Muffins & Ale chef at this Buckhead spot. Read more here.

3005 Peachtree Street, Atlanta. 404-549-2655, lucianbooksandwine.com.

Politan Row at Colony Square. The meals corridor contained in the revamped Colony Sq. is dwelling to distributors together with Tandoori Pizza and Wing Co. and Pretty Little Tacos. Read more here.

1197 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta. colonysquare.com/politan-row.

Sweetgreen. The Washington D.C.-based salad chain opened its first Atlanta location inside Ponce Metropolis Market, with a number of native areas following. Read more here.

650 North Ave. NE, Suite 102B, Atlanta. 770-766-8500, sweetgreen.com.

Extra eating places that opened in June:

BBQ Chicken, Doraville

Cest La Vie Bakery and Cafe, Duluth

The Dutch, Johns Creek

Loquom Lounge, Roswell

Mr. Fries Man, downtown Atlanta

Mrs. P’s Bar and Kitchen, Outdated Fourth Ward

Modena Ristorante, Marietta

Nara Cuisine and Lounge, Johns Creek

Samurai Ramen, Duluth

Sistahritas, East Atlanta

YH’s BBQ and Crab, Duluth

Zzamppong Zizon, Duluth (inside H-Mart)

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Rickshaw Thai Road Meals Yum Woon Sen, clear noodle combined with floor hen and shrimp in crimson onions, scallions, tomatoes, celery, peanuts and chile lime dressing. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

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Rickshaw Thai Street Food Yum Woon Sen, clear noodle mixed with ground chicken and shrimp in red onions, scallions, tomatoes, celery, peanuts and chile lime dressing. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
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Rickshaw Thai Road Meals Yum Woon Sen, clear noodle combined with floor hen and shrimp in crimson onions, scallions, tomatoes, celery, peanuts and chile lime dressing. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

Credit score: Mia Yakel

Credit score: Mia Yakel

July 2021

Antiguo Lobo. Restaurateur Jesús Oñate Jr.’s latest restaurant is a contemporary-cool tackle multiregional Mexican meals. Read more here.

5370 Peachtree Street, Suite A, Chamblee. 470-385-6502, antiguolobo.com.

Rickshaw Thai. Paul Yuwachit, the co-owner of EAV Thai and Sushi in East Atlanta, opened this Thai spot with dishes impressed by Yuwachit’s fond household recollections of Thai market favorites. Read more here.

1495 Alpharetta Freeway, Alpharetta. 770-613-3972, rickshawatl.com.

Rodney Scott’s BBQ. Acclaimed pitmaster Rodney Scott brings his whole-hog barbecue to the MET improvement in Atlanta. Read more here and here.

668 Metropolitan Parkway, Atlanta. 678-855-7377, rodneyscottsbbq.com.

Serena Pastaficio. This up to date Italian spot at Colony Sq. comes from the group behind Florida-based movie show chain IPIC Theaters. Read more here.

1197 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta. serena-pastificio.com/

Who’s Got Soul Southern Grill. Chef Keith Kash’s Duluth restaurant encompasses a extra health-conscious model of his Southern and soul meals favorites. Read more here and here.

3580 Breckenridge Blvd, Duluth. 470-268-3761, wgssoutherngrill.com/

Extra eating places that opened in July

& Cheese, Lenox Sq.

Hendrixx Ultra Lounge, Outdated Fourth Ward

Jaybee’s Tenders, Decatur

JoJo’s Beloved, Colony Sq.

Kouzina Christos, Marietta

Lamb Shack ghost kitchen, Buckhead

Monk’s Meadery, Viriginia-Highland

Moobongri, Duulth

Sabbath Brewing, East Atlanta

Pelicana Chicken, Duluth

Peri-Peri Chicken Fusion Food Court, Buford

Prince Palace Indian Bistro, Kennesaw

Rice N Spice Thai Sushi, Alpharetta

Stage Kitchen and Bar, Peachtree Corners

Tacos 1989, Buford (now closed)

Victorian x Bellwood Coffee, East Atlanta

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Yao Taro Rolls, Mr. and Ms. Yao Cocktails, Jumbo Prawn Pad Thai, Dumplings, Salmon Panang, and Yao’s Ice Cream. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

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Yao Taro Rolls, Mr. and Ms. Yao Cocktails, Jumbo Prawn Pad Thai, Dumplings, Salmon Panang, and Yao's Ice Cream. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
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Yao Taro Rolls, Mr. and Ms. Yao Cocktails, Jumbo Prawn Pad Thai, Dumplings, Salmon Panang, and Yao’s Ice Cream. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

Credit score: Mia Yakel

Credit score: Mia Yakel

August 2021

Kinship. The one-stop store for meat, groceries and occasional additionally makes one of the best breakfast sandwiches in the city. Read more.

1019 Virginia Ave., Atlanta. 404-343-4374, kinship-atl.com.

Yao. The Dunwoody restaurant is a culinary homage to the Yaowarat neighborhood in Bangkok, an historic Thai-Chinese language neighborhood. Read more.

237 Perimeter Middle Parkway NE, Dunwoody. 770-557-0353, yaoatlanta.com.

Extra eating places that opened in August

Bar North, Kennesaw

Cherokee Rose BBQ Bar and Kitchen, Stone Mountain

Hamilton Hotel restaurants including Roaring Social and Carrie’s Conservatory, Alpharetta

Hook and Reel, Lawrenceville

Kingston’s Caribbean Restaurant, Decatur

Legends Fish and Chicken, Stone Mountain

Neyow’s Creole Cafe, Castleberry Hill

Steak Market, Midtown

Surina Thai, Chamblee

Tchin Tchin Coffee Roasters, Buford

Tiger K Cupbob, Duluth

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Biggerstaff Honey Butter Ribs, Atlanta Egg, Pickles, Cornbread Bites, Heat Burrata, and Smoked Brisket Sandwich. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

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Biggerstaff Honey Butter Ribs, Atlanta Egg, Pickles, Cornbread Bites, Warm Burrata, and Smoked Brisket Sandwich. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
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Biggerstaff Honey Butter Ribs, Atlanta Egg, Pickles, Cornbread Bites, Heat Burrata, and Smoked Brisket Sandwich. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

Credit score: Mia Yakel

Credit score: Mia Yakel

September 2021

Biggerstaff Brewing Co. The Outdated Fourth Ward brewery encompasses a number of beer along with meals menu from Staplehouse chef Ryan Smith. Read more here.

537 Edgewood Ave. SE, Atlanta. 404-796-9919, biggerstaffbrewing.com.

Epicurean Atlanta. The food-focused lodge options flagship restaurant Reverence in addition to Workplace Bar and Aerial, and affords cooking lessons and workshops. Read more here.

1117 W. Peachtree St., Atlanta. 470-283-2000, epicureanhotelatlanta.com/

Tenya Japanese Eatery. Situated within the former Rocco’s Pizza house in a shopping mall on North Decatur Street, the fast-casual menu contains an array of sandwiches, salads, bowls, sides and sauces. Read more here.

2064 N. Decatur Street, Decatur. 678-723-1388, atltenya.com.

Toscano. The homeowners of Sandy Springs restaurant Cibo e Beve convey their genuine Italian meals to Atlantic Station. Read more here.

232 nineteenth St. NW, Suite 7165, Atlanta. 404-500-5394, toscanoatlanta.com.

Tre Vele. The group behind Buckhead restaurant Mission + Market opened this Italian restaurant, full with an Italian market and cafe. Read more here and here.

6017 Sandy Springs Circle, Sandy Springs. 404-303-8423. treveleatl.com/

Extra eating places that opened in September:

AC Lounge, Dunwoody

Big Boss, Midtown

BK Lobster, Midtown

Chando’s Tacos, Buckhead

Dante’s NY-Style Pizza, Lilburn

Don Chicken, Duluth

Handlebar, Outdated Fourth Ward

Holiday Bar, The Interlock

Inner Voice Brewery, Decatur

The Island Grill, Duluth

Nibbles Kitchen and Bar, Powder Springs

Octopus Kitchen, Ansley Park

Rasoi Indian Fusion, Roswell

Whealthy, Sandy Springs

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211019 Atlanta, Ga: Los Tacos: “Suadero”, sluggish cooked prime brisket, peanut-arbol chile salsa, pico de gallo. First Have a look at Azotea Cantina at Atlantic Station, 245 18th Road NW, Suite 5300, Atlanta, Ga. Pictures for 102621firstlook. (Chris Hunt for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

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211019 Atlanta, Ga: Los Tacos: "Suadero", slow cooked prime brisket, peanut-arbol chile salsa, pico de gallo. First Look at Azotea Cantina at Atlantic Station, 245 18th Street NW, Suite 5300, Atlanta, Ga. Photos for 102621firstlook. (Chris Hunt for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
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211019 Atlanta, Ga: Los Tacos: “Suadero”, sluggish cooked prime brisket, peanut-arbol chile salsa, pico de gallo. First Have a look at Azotea Cantina at Atlantic Station, 245 18th Road NW, Suite 5300, Atlanta, Ga. Pictures for 102621firstlook. (Chris Hunt for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

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Credit score: Chris Hunt

October 2021

Azotea Cantina. Situated on 18th Road at Atlantic Station, Azotea is a Mexico Metropolis-inspired restaurant owned by Diego Velasquez, the Colombian-born founding father of Tacos & Tequilas Mexican Grill. Read more here.

245 18th St. NW, Suite 5300, Atlanta. 404-902-6040, azoteacantina.com.

Bar Peri. Situated within the AC Lodge, Bar Peri is the primary rooftop bar to open within the Perimeter space. Read more here.

40 Perimeter Middle Place, Dunwoody. 404-267-5190, barperi.com/

Papi Ali’s. You’ll discover plant-based Latin American meals at this spot from former Bar Mercado worker Mikail Ali. Read more here.

2323 Essential St., Tucker. 470-575-6423, papialis.square.site.

Extra eating places that opened in October

Atlanta Hard Cider, Marietta

Cape Restaurant (beforehand Biltong Bar), Alpharetta

Cajun Seafood Kitchen, Buford Freeway

Docent x CB, Eastside Beltline

Kimchi Red, Alpharetta

Krave Korean, Underwood Hills

Magazzino Delle Pizza, Lawrenceville

Salt and Pepper Kitchen, downtown Atlanta

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Le Bon Nosh Pear Galette, Beet Cured Salmon, Beet Salad, pistachio cake, latte, and tea. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

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Le Bon Nosh Pear Galette, Beet Cured Salmon, Beet Salad, pistachio cake, latte, and tea. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
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Le Bon Nosh Pear Galette, Beet Cured Salmon, Beet Salad, pistachio cake, latte, and tea. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

Credit score: Mia Yakel

Credit score: Mia Yakel

November 2021

Bar(n). The primary of 4 eating places to open on the Village at Dunwoody improvement options wine, whiskey, craft beer, charcuterie and lightweight bites. Read more here.

5521 Chamblee Dunwoody Street, Dunwoody. 770-338-6992, thevillagedunwoody.com.

Le Bon Nosh. The Parisian-inspired cafe affords a number of choices for all-day consuming and consuming. Read more here.

65 Irby Ave. NW, Suite 103, Atlanta. 404-835-2007, lebonnosh.com.

UP on the Roof. The Greenville, South Carolina idea expanded to metro Atlanta with a rooftop bar and elevated bar meals. Read more here.

33 S. Essential St., Alpharetta. 770-777-5855, eatUPdrinkUP.net.

Extra eating places that opened in November:

Awkward Brewing, Fayetteville

Itala Pizza, Johns Creek

Kitty Dare, Inman Park

Pho Cue, Glenwood Park

Seaside Oyster Bar, Suwanee

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The Greek Pizzeria and Gyros Vegan Pizza, Supreme Vegetarian Specialty Pie, Meat Lovers Specialty Pie, Gyro Platter, Sampler Platter, and sides of pita and a Greek salad. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

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The Greek Pizzeria and Gyros Vegan Pizza, Supreme Vegetarian Specialty Pie, Meat Lovers Specialty Pie, Gyro Platter, Sampler Platter, and sides of pita and a Greek salad. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
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The Greek Pizzeria and Gyros Vegan Pizza, Supreme Vegetarian Specialty Pie, Meat Lovers Specialty Pie, Gyro Platter, Sampler Platter, and sides of pita and a Greek salad. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Structure)

Credit score: Mia Yakel

Credit score: Mia Yakel

December 2021

The Greek Pizzeria and Gyros. The Brookhaven spot serves Greek pizzas and calzones, starters, salads, gyro wraps and platters, sides and sweets. Read more here.

3400 Clairmont Street, Suite A, Brookhaven. 404-996-6037, thegreekpizzeria.com.

Juniper Cafe. The brand new restaurant from the group behind Lazy Betty affords Vietnamese specialties, cocktails, espresso and housemade pastries. Read more here.

2260 Marietta Blvd. NW, Atlanta. 404-695-6516, juniper-cafe.com/

Nani’s Piri Piri Chicken. The Ponce Metropolis Market spot from Chai Pani chef Meherwan Irani focuses on objects made with Joyce Farms all-natural hen, which is marinated, then rubbed with home piri piri from Spicewalla, Chai Pani’s sister spice company. Read more here.

675 Ponce de Leon Ave. NE, Atlanta. 404-343-3005, nanischicken.com/atlanta.

Pielands. Billy Streck’s newest eatery brings New York-style pizza and subs to Virginia-Highland. Read more here.

1021 Virginia Ave. NE, Atlanta. 404-968-9961, pielands.com.

Extra eating places that opened in December

Belle & Lily’s, Embry Hills

Pollo Supremo, East Atlanta

LaRayia’s Bodega, Ponce Metropolis Market

Mount Royal and Spaceman, Buckhead

Saints + Council, Colony Sq.

Southern Feed Store food hall, East Atlanta

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Plant-Primarily based Pizzeria & Extra
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Plant-Based Pizzeria & More
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Plant-Primarily based Pizzeria & Extra
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Metro Atlanta eating places that opened their second (or third, or fourth) areas

26 Thai, Ph’east at Battery Atlanta

Alon’s, Phipps Plaza

Amalfi Pizza + Mercato, Buckhead

Arepa Grill, Buford

ASW Distillery, Battery Atlanta

AZN Sandwich Bar, downtown ATL

Bantam + Biddy, Atlantic Station

Bayou’Q, Vinings

Beto’s Tacos, Lawrenceville

Brookyln Bagel, Ansley Mall

DAS BBQ, Grant Park

Doughnut Dollies, Virginia-Highland

Eataliano, the Battery

Edgewood Pizza, West Finish

Eleven TLC, Lenox Sq.

Farm Burger, Virginia-Highland

Ford’s BBQ, Decatur

The General Muir, Sandy Springs

Guac y Margys, Midtown

Hai Authentic Chinese, Alpharetta

Hattie Marie’s BBQ, Decatur

Ju-C Bar, Krog Road Market (moved)

Hobnob Neighborhood Tavern, Atlantic Station

Hodegepodge Coffee, Decatur

Honeysuckle Gelato, Fayetteville

Indulge Popcorn, Krog Road Market

Iron Age Korean, Halcyon

Iron Hill Brewing, Perimeter

Kathleen’s Catch, Clairmont Street

La Parrilla Mexican, Sandy Springs

Local Green Atlanta ghost kitchen

Masterpiece, Johns Creek

My Fair Sweets, Avondale Estates

Nova Sushi, Midtown

Papi’s Cuban, Krog Road Market

Perc Atlanta, Virginia-Highland

Plant-Based Pizzeria, Sandy Springs

Pour Taproom, Midtown and West Midtown

Q’s Seafood, Lawrenceville

Red Pepper Taqueria, Dunwoody

Red Phone Booth, Buckhead

St. Germain Bakery, the Interlock

Scoville Hot Chicken, Buckhead, Marietta and West Midtown

Sean’s Candler Park, Candler Park

Senor Patron, Alpharetta

Spice House, Buckhead

Tabla, Buckhead

Taste of Greece, Midtown (moved from Peachtree Corners)

Twisted Kitchen, Smyrna

Vas Kouzina, Alpharetta

Veganaire, Alpharetta

Vietvana, Ponce Metropolis Market

Volcano Steak and Sushi, Duluth

Wei Authentic Chinese, Buford

Wicked Wings, Kennesaw

Wood’s Chapel BBQ Shortstop, Krog Road Market

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