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Be prepared to stand in line at Westview's Slutty Vegan (it's worth it), Feedel Bistro is the third Ethiopian restaurant to open at the intersection of Briarcliff and Clairmont roads, and get a taste of Greek classics (or American dishes with a Greek accent) at Santorini Taverna.
In November 2017, Brandt Gully purchased the Sandy Springs neighborhood landmark and kicked off a $2.5 million investment in the space. The theater now includes a full kitchen and bar, along with heated reclining seats.
Chef Jackie Chang, formerly of Umi and O-Ku, is launching a fine dining sushi restaurant called District M. Located in the new Modera development in Sandy Springs, it will have a 20-seat sushi bar, a Japanese charcoal grill, and will have fish flown in from Japan each day.
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.
With Georgia property from Sandy Springs to Rome, this family finds a perfect midway retreat at Lake Allatoona.
This summer, Alex Kinjo will open food stall Pho Nam in the spot formerly home to Nature’s Garden Express in Krog Street Market. Then in September, he’s planning to bring his popular Vietnamese spot Nam, which closed in Midtown in 2011, to Sandy Springs.
The success of companies such as Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company and the Aurora Theatre debunk the myth that the suburbs are void of culture, and other artists are taking note. Here are a few new companies that are bringing theater to the suburbs.
Fireworks, food, movies, live music, the Peachtree Road Race, and more—here are several reasons why Atlanta is one of the best places to be on July 4.
With a planned Labor Day opening, the Select in Sandy Springs promises “an eclectic menu" with seafood and a "lighter interpretation" of comfort food.
Until recently, there hasn’t been a reliable marketplace for preowned luxury watches, but Atlanta-based consignor Crown & Caliber is trying to fill that gap. It recently opened an appointment-only showroom at its new headquarters in Sandy Springs, giving local customers a social experience rivaling that of a posh design house.