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Photo: Feedel Bistro Facebook page
Photo: Feedel Bistro Facebook page

Feedel Bistro now open and other metro Atlanta dining news from the week

Eritrean and Ethiopian restaurant Feedel Bistro opened earlier this month at 3125 Briarcliff Road NE in Atlanta. The menu includes a variety of meat and vegetable dishes including shiro, kitfo and lega tibs. 

Full Commission, which opened in July in The Larkin on Memorial in Grant Park, is now serving dinner in addition to breakfast and lunch. Dinner, which will feature dishes including Salt and Vinegar Pork Rinds, Boulevard Brisket Sandwich with BBQ sauce, pickles, mayo, and waffle fries and Veggie Country Captain with tomato, eggplant, pepper, rice and fried peanuts, as well as dessert, will be served from 5-10 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday, 5-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 5-9 p.m. Sunday. See the full menu here.


•George Tselios, the founder of Landmark Diner and the Marietta Diner, will open Greek restaurant Santorini in place of Mexican restaurant Cheeky in the Gateway at 4600 Roswell Road, Tomorrow’s News Today reports.

•Michael Clifford will serve as a local operating partner for the third location of gusto!, opening at North Decatur Square at 1545 North Decatur Road, next month.

•Gu’s Kitchen is slated to open at 4897 Buford Highway in Chamblee next month, Eater reports. The restaurant will be open from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and serve a variety of Sichuan dishes. Gu’s closed its first location in Doraville and opened Gu’s Dumplings at Krog Street Market in 2015.


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