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The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Chi Chi Vegan Taco Shop, Woodward & Park, and Brown Bag Seafood
Plant-based tacos in Reynoldstown, a (fun) hodgepodge menu in Grant Park, and fast-casual seafood in Midtown.
Chef Richard Tang, owner of Char Korean in Inman Park, is opening an Asian seafood spot called Girl Diver in Reynoldstown in early October.
Expect vegan takes on chorizo, chicken, barbacoa beef, and even a hibiscus taco.
Scheduled to open in early October, it will sell Radio Roasters drip coffee, cold brew, cappuccinos, and lattes, as well as espresso. Root Baking Co. pastries and toasts will be offered to complement the coffee.
Get New Orleans-style seafood with a Southeast Asian twist when Girl Diver opens in Reynoldstown later this year
Girl Diver, the new restaurant from Char owner Richard Tang, is planned to open later this year at the Madison Yards development on Memorial Drive in Reynoldstown.
In the gym are people of all shapes and sizes, ranging in age from college students to professionals in their 50s and 60s. The gym-goers gently critique each other’s form and effusively cheer each other on. These are the Fantastic Beasts, Atlanta’s only LGBTQ powerlifting club—and, according to the organizers, possibly the first of its kind in the world.
These aren’t your grandma’s townhouses. Real estate agents say Atlanta is hungry for semidetached homes with envelope-pushing modern design. Case in point: The Boulevard at Lenox, a gated, 10-unit complex on Lenox Road near I-85 that was 70 percent sold six months before its expected completion in June.
As a veteran of home shows such as HGTV’s Elbow Room and Wise Buys, interior designer Kristen Fountain Davis excels at creating spaces that pop. For this kitchen she layered the sultry black cabinets with a custom hood, a white quartz–topped island, and large-scale brass lanterns, plus some striking upper shelves.
Atlanta Dairies was initially projected to open in 2016, transforming 11 acres in Reynoldstown into a mixed-use hub. Three years later, that’s still the plan, but the whole thing is very much a work-in-progress. Why? It’s complicated, says David Cochran, Paces’s president and CEO.
Jeff Myers and Travis Carroll are launching another new endeavor: Dive Market and Emergency Kitchen, a convenience store with a kitchen. Myers says the shop, located in Reynoldstown, will feel like a cross between Star Provisions and Little's Food Store.
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