Art Cafe Ethiopian Kitchen a resto that will share both the art of Ethiopian culture and its cuisine, will open this month in Castleberry Hill, according to What Now Atlanta.
By James Oxendine |
Sandy Spring’s loss is Emory Village’s gain as Double Zero Napoletana preps to move from its current space on Roswell Road. The restaurant will introduce a new menu, featuring small plates and shareable dishes, once it moves into the former Ink & Elm space.
Revel Pastry Company opened its first Atlanta outpost inside Virginia Highland’s Cacao chocolate boutique last weekend. The Charleston-based bakery plans to highlight seasonal ingredients and host monthly pastry-making classes. Expect lemon crème-filled ginger snaps, assorted fruit tartes, cinnamon kouign amann, and more.
Avondale’s Pallookaville Fine Foods, which is currently for sale, closed at the end of January for “some pressing mechanical repairs.” The restaurant is scheduled to reopen in March.
The Alpharetta branch of The Varsity has been benched. The sibling of the iconic Atlanta eatery ended its 12-year stretch on Feb. 1.
Art Cafe Ethiopian Kitchen (264 Peters Street, S.W.), a resto that will share both the art of Ethiopian culture and its cuisine, will open this month in Castleberry Hill, according to What Now Atlanta. Mussie Asha and his sister Azieb Bulto will open their family venture with a menu featuring organic vegetarian options, some meat dishes, and authentic Ethiopian coffee service.
Atlanta’s 101 Concepts (Food 101, Cibo E Beve, Meehan’s Public House) is opening a steakhouse called Steak 101 later this year in the former Social Vinings space, according to Tomorrow’s News Today.
Chipotle Mexican Grill and Boneheads Fire Grilled are set to be the latest additions to Camp Creek Marketplace, according to Tomorrow’s News Today.
Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta
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