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A full-service location of vegan pizzeria Plant Based Pizzeria opened Sunday, January 10, in Sandy Springs.
Iconic Little Five Points dive bar Euclid Avenue Yacht Club could reopen as soon as this spring, and it's under new ownership, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reports.
Despite all of the uncertainties and financial upheaval brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, dozens of Atlanta restaurant and bar owners and food and beverage entrepreneurs plan to open new establishments in 2021.
Kettlerock Brewing opens early this year in the Gwinnett County city of Peachtree Corners, the Atlanta Business Chronicle first reported.
The coronavirus pandemic took hold in Georgia over nine months ago, and the toll on the restaurant industry continues to be devastating.
As 2020 draws to a close this week, Eater has been discussing the dining scene and the tumultuous year for the restaurant industry with Atlanta food writers and authorities.
2020 started out with dozens of exciting new restaurants on the horizon and a thriving dining scene reflecting the diverse communities and cultures of people living in and around Atlanta.
A new sandwich shop from D.B.A. Barbecue opens Wednesday, December 30, at Irwin Street Market in the Old Fourth Ward.
Girl Diver, the seafood-driven restaurant from Char Korean Bar and Grill owner chef Richard Tang, opened at the Madison Yards development on Memorial Drive after months of delays due to the pandemic.
Despite impossible odds this year, the health crisis showcased the resiliency and immense creativity of the people working in Atlanta's restaurants and bars.