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Restaurant Eugene closing Eugene & Elizabeth's

Restaurant Eugene to close this summer, to be replaced by a more casual restaurant

After 15 years, Linton Hopkins's fine-dining staple in Buckhead will close and become a new restaurant, Eugene & Elizabeth's.
Sukoshi Colony Square Atlanta

At Colony Square, Sukoshi will offer sushi to-go and a 30-minute “omakase”

New to Colony Square, Sukoshi, from the team behind O-Ku, will offer sit-down and to-go sushi, poke bowls, salads, and Japanese bites.
Mardi Gras events

15 ways to celebrate Mardi Gras in metro Atlanta

Even if you can't make it to New Orleans, there are plenty of places in Atlanta where you can find crawfish boils, beads, and Hurricanes just in time for Mardi Gras.
Big Bounce America Georgia

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: May 2-8

The "world's biggest bounce house" is coming to Dacula, plus Shaky Knees takes over Old Fourth Ward, and Hector Santiago's El Burro Pollo is back for one day only.

Steve Palmer’s Sukoshi will be the first tenant at new food hall Main & Main

Steve Palmer of Indigo Road Restaurants is consulting on a new food hall called Main & Main, opening on the corner of Peachtree and 14th streets in the summer of 2019. His first concept will be a fast-casual stall called Sukoshi.
5 things to do in Atlanta

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: May 31-June 6

Listen to live tunes at Candler Park Fest, do a little shopping at the latest ICE market, or visit the High's new Andy Warhol exhibition.
5Church Atlanta

Fresh on the Scene: 5Church Atlanta, Ba Bellies, 101 Steak, and Ton Ton

Get the early word on four new Atlanta restaurants: 5Church Atlanta at Colony Square, Ba Bellies in Peachtree Corners, 101 Steak in Vinings, and Ton Ton at Ponce City Market.
Colony Square Midtown Atlanta

After 50 years, is Colony Square finally ready to grow up?

Peachtree meets 14th Street has the potential, in the eyes of developers, to become the “Main and Main” intersection Atlanta lacks. These builders and their lending partners hope to capitalize on a construction boom to transform this former geographical afterthought into a combination of epicenter and living room—a beating heart where culture and commerce converge.

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