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Originally a pop-up, TKO, or “the Korean One,” will open as a food stall in East Atlanta Village’s Southern Feed Store in a couple months. Lazy Betty sous chef Lino Yi is the mastermind behind its Korean-American street food.
Review: From fresh croissants to Vietnamese fried chicken, Juniper Cafe serves something tasty for every hour of the day
For their second outing, Ron Hsu and Co. turned to a more casual format and a more specific focus: In December, they launched Juniper Cafe, devoted loosely to the fare of Vietnam. Why this direction? It’s not just that Vietnamese is a favorite cuisine of his, Hsu told me—it also sits at the precise intersection of his Chinese roots and French training.
Lazy Betty’s Ron Hsu opens a casual Vietnamese cafe at Westside Village; Humble Pie launches at the Interlock next year
Ron Hsu and Aaron Phillips, the team behind award-winning fine dining restaurant Lazy Betty, will launch their next venture—a casual Vietnamese cafe—on December 15.
Atlanta summers always encourage patio-seeking behavior, but in 2021, specifically? Sitting in a well-ventilated spot with a drink in hand is practically an obligation. Whether you’re looking for fancy cocktails, family-friendly fare, French bistro affectations, or just french fries and beer, here’s where you can do your duty.
After much success with fine-dining restaurant Lazy Betty, chef-partners Ron Hsu and Aaron Phillips are planning a very different eatery on the Westside—a modern Vietnamese spot called Juniper Cafe.
17 AAPI chefs teamed up for a fundraiser for families of the victims of the Atlanta spa shootings. It sold out in hours.
On March 16, the evening a man shot and killed eight people—six of them Asian women—at three different metro Atlanta spas, Thip Athakhanh, owner of Laotian restaurant Snackboxe Bistro, and Mia Orino, of Filipino pop-up Kamayan ATL, were at dinner. “We came home, saw the news, and were shocked about what happened. We knew we had to do something,” says Athakhanh.
From heart-shaped pizzas to extravagant multicourse meals to candy charcuterie boards, there's plenty of fun ways to celebrate from the safety of your home.
Home for holidays? Here are plenty of Atlanta restaurants offering takeout for Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year’s
Looking for Atlanta takeout options for Hanukkah, Christmas Eve and Day, and New Year's Eve and Day? Here's a list of restaurants offering meals and deals, from steak to sushi to roast chicken to specialty cocktails.