Farm Burger Buckhead is open as of today with Dan Latham at the helm as chef.
Houqua Tea Room opens on Sept. 6 and is located below Saba in Emory Village. Hoqua will feature more than fifty different varieties of "loose" teas, specializing in teas of the orthodox manufacture. Ortho-what? Orthodox manufacture is to tea, as viticulture is to wine.
Watch your back, Fork and Screen, Cobb Theatres’ CinéBistro is coming to town. The motion picture exhibitor plans to open its “dinner-and-a-movie” concept at Town Brookhaven (next to Oglethorpe University) in late September. CinéBistro will feature first-run and independent films in addition to offering full-service, in-theatre dining, American bistro cuisine courtesy executive chef Isaac Stewart, fine wines, and signature cocktails.
Fifth Group Restaurants announced Wednesday that executive chef Craig
Richards of La Tavola Trattoria will replace chef Micah Willix as the executive chef at Ecco beginning Sept. 26. Chef Brent Banda, who has worked as Richards’ sous chef at La Tavola for the past three years will replace Richards as the restaurant’s executive chef. No word yet on where Willix will land.
Chef Mark Nanna has left FLIP Burger Boutique, where he has lead the kitchen since its opening in December 2008. Eater Atlanta caught up with Nanna, and spoke with him about why he left. Nanna cited that he and management “had reached an unfortunate impasse in regards to the vision they had for [his] position.”
Newly acquired liquor license in tow, Antico Pizza plans to offer guests beer and wine as a supplement to its current BYOB policy.
The AJC's John Kessler reports that owner of FAB, Fabrice Vergez, has unveiled a new, lower priced menu in an attempt to increase FAB’s appeal to aquarium-bound passers-by. Here we see yet another example of the big, bad economic crisis tightening its stranglehold on Atlanta’s restaurant industry. A manager at FAB also told us that they have added a new Brasserie on the go menu, which offers take-out versions of FAB’s sandwiches and entrée salads.
Eater reports that Atlanta District 2 City Councilmember Kwanza Hall's food truck ordinance was approved on Tuesday.
What Now Atlanta reports that '60-style piano bar Murphy’s Den, will take over the space formerly occupied by Avra Greek Tavern. Murphy’s Den will be located at 794 Juniper St., across the street from Ludacris’ Straits restaurant.
I'll second the comment on the gnudi. It was outstanding. Love the wine list, too…
Hey Bliss, you provide the prices for everything but the ramen.
Chateau de Saigon has a 10 page menu.
Andrew is my cousin & I am so happy for him & proud of him…
He is a Jerk off
He has two planes- both Cessnas (206 and 414). The internet is hard.