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Banshee no doubt elevates East Atlanta Village’s reputation as a dining destination—a reputation that has been slow to take shape, despite several attempts by distinguished chefs. Yet the restaurant still feels very much of the Village, which is to say irreverent, chill, and clearly the product of a cohesive, creative vision.
You have to try the pepperoni butter at East Atlanta Village's Banshee, the pho at Krog Street Market's Pho Nam, and the bread at Ponce City Market's Root Baking Company. Our mini reviews of the newest restaurants in Atlanta.
Banshee, coming to East Atlanta Village this spring, will offer a “hyper-seasonal” menu and bold cocktails
Former Ford Fry employees Nolan Wynn, Faielle Stocco, and Peter Chvala, along with former Wrecking Bar Brewpub manager Katie McDonald, have teamed up to open a restaurant named Banshee on Glenwood Avenue in East Atlanta Village.
After what felt like an endless wait, Emerald City Bagels has opened its first brick-and-mortar shop in the former Gravity Pub space on Glenwood Avenue in East Atlanta Village.
Sure, you can see the latest pop sensation at Philips Arena or catch a jam band at Chastain, but you might find the next big thing at these smaller venues.
The “village” part of this neighborhood’s moniker (aka EAV) isn’t just a cutesy realtor-invented label. This diverse, walkable pocket of the city exudes a small-town feel while boasting distinctly urban offerings, from hipster-filled tattoo parlors and late-night bars to flower shops.
New to We Suki Suki's Global Grub Collective in East Atlanta Village, the Marauder's dogs are "hyper local Southern ingredients all under the guise of a midnight snack," according to owner Ian Nathanson.
Halcrow, who grew up in Long Island, started making bagels because she wasn't happy with the ones in Atlanta. Now, Emerald City Bagels caters to more than 20 restaurants and coffee shops, including Home Grown and the Westside location of Octane Coffee.
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