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Your Atlanta Zoe's Kitchen outpost is most likely becoming a Cava, with the first one opening in Buckhead on June 25. Here's what to expect at the build-your-own Mediterranean bowl spot.
Located in Colony Square next to Sukoshi, Brown Bag will sell fish tacos, salads, grain bowls, and seafood sandwiches in a casual environment.
The first Taqueria del Sol opened in Atlanta in 2000, but the roots of the business go all the way back to 1987, when owner Mike Klank first met chef Eddie Hernandez.
Little Rey is Ford Fry’s 16th restaurant in his empire. Simpler than Superica and the El Felix, his other Tex-Mex blockbusters, this fast-casual spot primarily serves wood-roasted chicken, tacos, and margaritas on tap.
It’s gotten harder out there for an aging burrito empire—which means it was only a matter of time before Atlanta-based Moe’s would take a stab at reinventing itself. Two new restaurants in Sandy Springs and Kennesaw show off a brand-new menu of quinoa bowls, enchilada bowls, tortas, and more.
First Oriental Market was established in 1984 by Diane Bounngaseng and her family in a ramshackle building plopped in Decatur. It is more than a place to grab some Chinese eggplants. It is always an adventure.
If you crave brunch fare on the regular, but don’t always have time for the whole wait-in-line, sip mimosa, wait-some-more production, you’re a likely target for the newest biscuit shop coming to the Westside.
In a hurry for lunch and sick of pizza, burgers, or burritos? We compared four fast-casual falafel spots to see who offered the better quick lunch.
The health-conscious organic grocery store is continuing the expansion and renovation of its 650 Ponce de Leon Avenue location with a fast-casual Brazilian restaurant. Tentatively titled the Roast, the restaurant will be the first of its kind for the company.
On the surface, each of Atlanta's fast-casual burrito joints is virtually indistinguishable. Sure, some give you free chips, others offer barbecue sauce, queso, or green chiles, but at the end of the day, you start with a tortilla, you get rice, beans, meat, a choice of salsas, cheese, sour cream, and/or guacamole. Which begs the question: Which of these fast-casual chains is the best?