Bacchanalia, Star Provisions to open in new space and other top Atlanta dining news from the week

Here’s what to eat, drink, buy, cook and more from the past week in metro Atlanta.

Rendering for the new Star Provisions and Bacchanalia. / Handout

Atlanta restaurant news and events

Much-lauded restaurant Bacchanalia and popular gourmet market and food counter Star Provisions will serve their last meals at their current locations at Westside Provisions  1198 Howell Mill Rd on March 31. Chef Anne Quatrano, who owns and operates the spots with her husband, Clifford Harrison , will move the spots about a mile away to the Ellsworth Office Lofts at 1510 Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard, with service starting in the new space on April 3. The couple also owns and operates Floataway Cafe and W.H. Stiles Fish Camp at Ponce City Market, which will both continue service uninterrupted.

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