Monday, October 1, 2012

Quick Bites: Ammazza Edgewood and Article 14 open, and more

Posted By on Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 11:24 AM

Wall of Fame at Article 14
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  • Wall of Fame at Article 14

Ammazza Edgewood is now open at at 591 Edgewood Ave. Integrating traditional Italian ingredients from Campnia and local meat and produce, the Old Fourth Ward pizza joint pays homage to the traditional Neopolitan style, but with regional influences.

Article 14, located at 1180 Peachtree St. is now open for lunch and dinner. Expect contemporary American fare like a Berkshire pork chop with sorghum glaze, steak tartare, and stuffed butternut squash with gruyère bread pudding. Article 14 is open Mon.-Fri., 11 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sat.-Sun., 5-11 p.m.

A second Delia's Chicken Sausage Stand location will open on the Westside at the intersection of Northside Dr. and Marietta St., What Now, Atlanta reports.

Pizza Bella has opened in the space that most recently housed Jaggers Pizza at 1799 Briarcliff Road. Pizza Bella's menu includes a generous selection of specialty pizzas in addition to wings, sandwiches, and salads.

Midtown Patch reports that Gravity Fitness owner James Nelson plans to open 10, a new restaurant/gay bar, to replace 5 Napkin Burger at the corner of Piedmont and 10th.

HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern owners Sean and Gilbert Yeremyan plan to open 10th & Piedmont, a new Midtown restaurant and lounge, in December. Executive chef Brett ring, "will use multi-cultural flavors and organic ingredients to execute global cuisine with a regional, Southern influence," according to a release.

Tomorrow's News Today reports that Cheeseburger in Paradise has closed its Perimeter Place location but will apparently reopen later this year after renovations. Additionally, Chutney, an upscale, full-service Indian restaurant and Taco Diner, a traditional Mexico City-style taqueria, will join STK, Cucina Asellina, Piola, and a soon-to-be relocated Cafe Intermezzo in the devolping 12th and Midtown district.

East Paces Tavern has closed after only four months, and Decatur's Java Jive has closed temporarily and will reopen Oct. 5, according to Eater.

In case you missed it, the joint Farm Burger and Morelli's concept in Dunwoody's Georgetown Shopping Center is now open.

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