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As an earlier generation of Asian restaurateurs in Atlanta retires, their children are stepping into the kitchen—and remaking the menu
Already making their way in the business as an earlier wave of Asian American restaurateurs retires, many young AAPI chefs have been further emboldened by the pandemic and the spa killings to embrace their identity and culinary traditions, inserting their own family narratives into a scene that—for their parents’ generation, at least—had been largely arranged around the preferences of white diners.
Richard Tang’s latest mixes Asian cuisines, Ok Yaki seems straight from Japan, and the Chastain opens in a legendary space
Chef Richard Tang, owner of Char Korean in Inman Park, is opening an Asian seafood spot called Girl Diver in Reynoldstown in early October.
Press Start, slated to open next year, will combine the nostalgic appeal of 1980s and ‘90s arcades with the modern demand for craft cocktails and artfully fashioned small plates.
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.
Tang says CHAR is not a place that takes itself too seriously. A faux dinner combination on the menu called “Jang Song-Taek” includes three pigs, two cows, a sack of fairy dust, two unicorns, four rainbows, and three bugbears for $9999.
Richard Tang of Craft Izakaya says he's on track to open his Korean barbecue and yakiniku (traditional Japanese) restaurant in mid-January.
Krog Street Market's Craft Izakaya will begin serving lunch on Tuesday, focusing solely on hot, fully composed meals. “[We] understand the time restraint our diners are under during the lunch hours, but wanted to also give them a variety of items to choose from,” says owner Richard Tang.
Prohibition's former head bartender, Thomas McGuire, will be Nate Shuman’s second barkeep in command at Craft Izakaya, the sushi and yakitori spot in Krog Street Market. General manager Richard Tang says the three of them will create a playful beverage list that explores the molecular side of drinks and includes Asian spices and herbs.