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The 38,000-square-foot space at the Interlock will open daily with three unique areas: the Pool, the Restaurant, and the Grove outdoor space. Each has its own bar and distinct food options.
Phnewfula Frederiksen had so much trouble finding an ecofriendly baby store where she could shop for her two children, now ages seven and 13, that she launched her own in 2009. Originally online-only, Happy Mango opened its first brick-and-mortar in Kirkwood in 2016—offering clothing and equipment for babies and kids, pregnant women, and new moms.
Drew and Brittany Fancher, owners of the Aero Bar Atlanta mobile cocktail company, are opening their first brick-and-mortar bar there in September. Called Foundation, it will reside near Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q and Dr. Scofflaw’s and serve complex cocktails, beer, and wine, along with charcuterie and small plates.
With bowling, curling, air hockey, darts, ping pong, shuffleboard, billiards, and Cards Against Humanity, among other activities, Your 3rd Spot is designed to be a central meeting place for friends and coworkers, away from the home and office.
Ten-year-old Westside staple Yeah! Burger is reclaiming some of its original identity. The sustainably focused hamburger joint closed for renovations during the pandemic and reopened in November 2021 as an all-vegan restaurant. Though primarily vegan founder Erik Maier strongly believes in the plant-based approach, the company’s profits decreased, and Maier and team decided to compromise. So last weekend Yeah! Burger quietly went back to serving its original beef-, bison-, and poultry-based menu, with the addition of vegan offerings.
One of only eight brick-and-mortar stores nationwide, the Atlanta location is Rothy’s first Southeastern location, selling the popular brand's sustainable shoes, handbags, and more.
The verdict on 5 new Atlanta restaurants: Cajun Seafood Kitchen, Papi Ali’s, Le Bon Nosh, Daily Chew, and the revamped Yeah! Burger
A new Viet-Cajun seafood restaurant serves mighty crawfish platters, spicy bowls of gumbo, and more. Plus, a vegan-friendly oasis in downtown Tucker, Parisian pleasures as plentiful as the day is long, fabulous rotisserie chicken, and plant-based burgers and shakes.
These bowls span countries and culinary traditions but share crucial characteristics: enveloping flavors, enchanting aromas, peak comfort.
Mujo, the Castellucci Hospitality Group sushi pop-up known for its elaborate takeout packaging, will soon host a lucky 60 diners nightly for its multi-course omakase experience in its new home on the Westside.