Pin It

Friday, March 16, 2012

Gravy Train: New BBQ from P’cheen’s crew, doughnuts in Decatur

Geisha Lounge
  • Geisha Lounge at RA
Atlanta magazine has the scoop on a new BBQ spot in West Midtown, run by P’cheen’s Alex Friedman, Keiren Neely, and Mike LaSage. The restaurant, called Bone Lick BBQ, will provide a full-time pig-out destination for fan’s of P’cheen’s Monday night BBQ menu (a seasonal hit for the Old Fourth Ward gastropub). They will open this summer on Huff Road, serving dinner and a limited lunch menu.

A new doughnut shop, Revolution Doughnuts (formerly Little Red Hen Bakeshop), is opening in Decatur in May. They’ll be located next to Ale Yeah. In addition to good, old-fashioned, homemade doughnuts, they also make gluten-free and vegan treats. Until the shop opens, you can find their doughnuts around town at places like Decatur Farmer’s Market and the Atlanta Nosh market coming soon to Atlantic Station.

An Evening with Le Cirque, a nationwide tour that recreates Manhattan's iconic Le Cirque restaurant, will arrive in Atlanta on May 25 for a dinner at the Buckhead Club. The three-course meal, featuring an entree of black bass, will run you $150, including wine pairings. Reservations required. Via Eater.

Charlot’s Creole Cafe is preparing to open downtown on Mitchell Street, right by Lunacy Black Market. They’ll serve classic Creole dishes including gumbo, po’ boys and jambalaya.

RA Sushi’s upper level is now a new lounge area called Geisha Lounge. The freshly renovated space will have its own bar menu with appetizers and sushi. The lounge setting features high top tables, televisions, and a DJ booth. Geisha Lounge is open Friday and Saturday nights and will not take reservations.

Thrillist takes a look at the new Ariana Afghan Cuisine, which recently opened in Sandy Springs. The restaurant serves authentic Afghan dishes, including a wide variety of grilled meats. Ariana is open daily for lunch and dinner. They are currently working on obtaining their liquor license.

The results are in, and Decatur ranked eighth in Southern Living’s search for the South’s “Tastiest Town.” Lafayette, Louisiana took first by a pretty solid margin.

Tags: , , , , ,

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Readers also liked…

Latest in Omnivore

More by Laura Horton

100 Dishes to Eat in Atlanta
100 Dishes to Eat in Atlanta

Search Events

Search Omnivore

Recent Comments

© 2015 Creative Loafing Atlanta
Powered by Foundation