Boruboru Sushi is led by the talented sushi chef Michael Rome Noe. CONTRIBUTED BY WYATT WILLIAMS
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BoruBoru Sushi set to open in Sandy Springs and other dining news from the week

These are the stories that created a buzz on the metro Atlanta dining scene this week:

•BoruBoru Sushi Burrito, which opened in Emory Point in 2016, is slated to open a second location in the Hammond Exchange development at 5830 Roswell Road in Sandy Springs, Tomorrow’s News Today reports. BoruBoru, which serves items including poke bowls and sushi burritos, is slated to open by the end of the year. The restaurant recently opened a second location in Tallahassee, Florida.

Atlanta-based Monday Night Brewing is opening a location in Birmingham, Alabama, in a 86,000 square-foot facility in The Denham Building. The building is slated to open in August with Monday Night Brewing projecting a late 2019 to early 2020 opening.

•The owners of La Hacienda Midtown have plans to open Dos Amigos Bar & Grill in the Atrium Westside apartment building in Home Park, What Now Atlanta reports

•Silvano Pizza is open at 25 Irby Ave., Tomorrow’s News Today reports. Silvano, from Antcia Posta owner Marco Betti, is housed in the space previously occupied by Buckhead BBQ, which closed in April. The menu includes pizzas, salads, sides and Italian dishes including rigatoni and guazetto. 

MORE DINING NEWS:

Virgil’s Gullah Kitchen & Bar now open in College Park

An LGBTQ-friendly restaurant and night club is opening in Underground

Taiyo Ramen closing this weekend in Decatur

Thai street food eatery, bubble tea bar opening in Duluth

Halfway Crooks Beer to open soon in Summerhill

Community Smith become Rowdy Tiger Whiskey Bar & Kitchen in Midtown

Biggerstaff Brewing Co. to open on Edgewood

Fred’s Meat & Breads opening a cart in Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Ponko Chicken coming to Marietta Square Market

Mela Ethiopian Kitchen now open in Decatur

Doughnut Dollies now open on Howell Mill Road

Get details on Girl Diver, opening in Reynoldstown’s Madison Yards

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