Up on the north side, Buckhead will be seeing two new Japanese restaurants soon. According to Tomorrow's News Today, Orlando-based Amura will soon be opening in the place of MF Buckhead. Owner Chris Chung hopes to open the restaurant in late December or early January and will offer the expected sushi and Japanese dishes.
Down the street, another Japanese concept restaurant - still unnamed - will be spearheaded by Fuyuhiko Ito, MF Buckhead's former executive chef. The restaurant is planned to open by the end of the year in the Mayor Jewelers location in Two Buckhead Plaza.
The rumor mill has been turning out gossip that Ford Fry could be at it again. Eater reports that the chef could be taking over Nava in Buckhead, which is closing in August. According to interviews with Blackbook Fry thinks "Buckhead is a key area. They haven't had anything new in so long. We thought to come in and give it something fresh."
Onto the south side, we find that Old Fourth Ward is the place to be for new potential hot spots. The historic neighbor will be seeing two new restaurants this summer. In early July, brothers Hugh and Jason Connerty will be opening up Ammazza, a Neapolitan-pizza and Italian eatery.
What Now Atlanta reports that OFW will also be getting a new fried chicken joint. On June 25, the Chicago-based Harold's Chicken & Ice Bar.
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