Here’s what to eat, drink, buy, cook and more from the past week in metro Atlanta.
Restaurant news and events
Several new food and drink businesses have signed on as tenants as part of Studioplex's second phase of development. The complex at 659 Auburn Ave., right off the Beltline's Eastside trail, will also feature a new connection from the Beltline to the Studioplex campus. The complex will be be home to Beetnix Juice Bar, serving juices cold-pressed on site; a craft cocktail, apertif and coffee bar from the team behind Ponce City Market's 18.21 Bitters; and the first Atlanta location of Hawkers Asian Street Fare, a Florida startup offering street food from across Southeast Asia including baos, skewers and stir-fried noodles.
Columbia Ventures LLC, the company behind the Studioplex expansion, also oversees the Spoke development in Reynoldstown and E.Co in Decatur.
Popular Southern restaurant to open its fourth location at Avalon
Hookah lounge and bar headed for downtown Atlanta
Help the Vortex celebrate 25 years with deals, specials
This Atlanta brewery wants to know how you enjoy your beer
People were upset about the paella emoji, so Apple fixed it
Taking MARTA? Here's where to eat and drink at the busiest stops
Healthier dining options coming to Georgia Tech
Two Atlanta non-profits joining forces to support sustainable farming
Taco franchise teams up with former NFL player for more Atlanta locations
New concept bringing Cuban fare to East Cobb
Popular Athens brunch spot opening second location
Restaurant openings and closings
Next phase of restaurants now open at Avalon
Popular Atlanta coffee shop opens a third location
Chef Kevin Gillespie is opening a Mexican-inspired beer garden
Buckhead Indian restaurant closing after almost 40 years in business
Whiskey Bird brings Asian flavors to American cuisine
Craft beer bar opens second location in Atlanta
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Another beer-related project is headed for the Beltline
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Learn to make Tuscany At Your Table's spaghetti torte
Make The Mercury's spring garlic and green onion dressing to use with in-season lettuce
All about Easter
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