At Mochibees, a colorful shop with turquoise walls and bubblegum pink benches, you can expect to find mochi doughnuts in a variety of flavors, such as Biscoff, Fruity Pebbles, peanut butter and jelly, and matcha Oreo.
A modern Mexico City-inspired taqueria overlooking the central green opens at Atlantic Station on October 25. Azotea Cantina boasts 4,300 square feet with a patio, two bars, and a rooftop deck.
In Sandy Springs, a pair of shipping containers will become takeout restaurants, serving Korean fried chicken and shawarma
Developer Jamestown is converting two shipping containers in the parking lot of a Sandy springs strip mall into takeout restaurants: Bok You ATL and SabaRaba’s. The area surrounding the restaurants will be turned into a lawn with tables and chairs where patrons can dine and relax.
Indian street food from a celebrity chef, and this month’s pop-up highlight: a culinary match made in heaven, aka the Mississippi Delta
Muchacho now includes an additional 1,200 square feet of indoor dining, previously home to deco-age tavern Golden Eagle—and features an expanded food and beverage program to go with it. The counter-service restaurant, which is also home to a large patio, now stays open until at least 10 p.m. to capitalize on the bar crowd.
8Arm has become a Japanese izakaya, with casual drinking fare, grilled skewers, ramen, a tiny sushi bar—and serious culinary legs.
The rise in restaurant takeout has led to a tasty new trend: fancy takeaway snacks made in restaurant kitchens. Here are the sweetest local options—some savory, spicy, and boozy ones, too.
Visit the brightly colored mural in the pedestrian tunnel and the interactive mural at Newtown Park and post photos on social media that will get your friends talking! The lights at night in the tunnel make great photos with friends! Be sure to tag #visitjohnscreek and you might be featured on the Johns Creek Convention and Visitors Bureau social media accounts!
The former Graveyard Tavern space in East Atlanta Village is undergoing a transformation. In a couple of months, the 6,000-square-foot building will become a mini food hall with six stalls, a stage, and live music.