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Che Butter Jonez is moving to Brookhaven

Che Butter Jonez—the Queens-inspired restaurant based on the food truck of the same name—is moving its flagship location from Southwest Atlanta to Brookhaven. With a much bigger space—capacity is 81 instead of 15—the restaurant will be open six days a week, in contrast to its current three. It will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as Sunday brunch.
The verdict on 5 new Atlanta restaurants: Che Butter Jonez, the Continent, Drawbar, the Abby Singer, Daisuki Sushi Izakaya

Che Butter Jonez duo to bring their Queens-inspired cuisine downtown with Butter + Scotch

The husband-and-wife team behind Che Butter Jonez, Malik Rhasaan and Detric Fox-Quinlan, are preparing to open a 144-seat restaurant called Butter + Scotch in downtown Atlanta. It will offer the same style of food as Che Butter Jonez, but on a grander scale, Fox-Quinlan says.
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A visit to Che Butter Jonez, one of Southwest Atlanta’s happiest little restaurants

There are few restaurants in Atlanta like Che Butter Jonez, where Malik Rhasaan interprets some of the dishes he grew up eating in Queens—a flagship lamb burger, chicken pitas and bodega-style breakfast sandwiches, a pastrami-topped patty melt called the Patti LaBelle—while Detric Fox-Quinlan works the counter.
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The verdict on 5 new Atlanta restaurants: Che Butter Jonez, the Continent, Drawbar, the Abby Singer, Daisuki Sushi Izakaya

The verdict on 5 new Atlanta restaurants: Che Butter Jonez, the Continent, Drawbar, the Abby Singer, Daisuki Sushi Izakaya

Che Butter Jonez opens a brick-and-mortar, Scotley Innis lands on BuHi, the Interlock development gets its first restaurant, the Abby Singer offers Midwestern fare, and Daisuki serves fresh sushi in Johns Creek

Westview Corner Grocery brings back the walkable, neighborhood market residents missed

Patrick Berry and Steffi Langer-Berry opened Westview Corner Grocery, selling natural, organic, local, and ethically-sourced specialty products such as Doux South pickles, Arden’s Garden juices, Honeysuckle Gelato, King of Pops, and Tony’s Chocolonely chocolate, as well as craft beer from SweetWater, Monday Night, and Arches Brewing, among others.

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