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A wave of closures at the height of the pandemic made sense. But as diners have returned in droves to sit-down restaurants—a 2022 survey suggests that more people are eating out now than before the pandemic—independent eateries have continued to struggle. What are restaurants up against these days—and how can they survive?
Chef Deborah VanTrece opened soul food restaurant Oreatha’s at the Point in March 2022, followed by Latin spot Serenidad in October. But after just five months, VanTrece made the decision to shutter Serenidad after noticing a flux of similarly themed restaurants in the neighborhood. Now VanTrece is bringing new life to the space with an Italian concept called La Panarda.
VanTrece attributes the closure to both plumbing issues and two new, similarly themed restaurants coming to Cascade Heights. However, she promises to reinvent the space for a new concept in the spring.
Located near Oreatha’s, Serenidad is the product of a partnership between Deborah VanTrece and chef Whitney Thomas, formerly of 5Church Midtown. Here, Thomas will serve lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Menu highlights include paella shrimp and grits, short rib tomahawk, elote ribs (a take on Mexican street corn), and albondigas con mole poblano.
The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Oreatha’s at the Point, Slabtown Public House, and NoriFish
A maternal menu from Deborah VanTrece, bar snacks on the BeltLine, and omakase in Sandy Springs.
Twisted Soul Cookhouse & Pours founding chef Deborah VanTrece is opening new restaurant called Oreatha’s at the Point in historic Cascade Heights. Named after her mother, Oreatha’s will put an elevated spin on dishes prepared by mothers from around the world.
Gift-giving season—aka eating/drinking/baking season—has arrived. As the holidays approach, here are five beautiful new cookbooks from Georgia chefs, bakers, pitmasters, and farmers—plus recipes you can make from them.
Featuring three restaurants, themed accommodations, and a 2,000-square-foot theater designed for Food Network-style cooking classes, the hotel targets anyone with a refined palate—be it tourists or locals.
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