Atlanta Restaurant Scene

Gusto opening its second location and other Atlanta dining and restaurant news from this week

In case you missed it, here’s what happened in the Atlanta food and dining scene this week.


Gusto, the fast casual concept that started in Atlanta's Brookwood Hills, is set to open within the next month at 782 Ponce De Leon Ave NE. It will be the restaurant's second location.

After several delays, City Winery is set to open at Ponce City Market today . The winery/restaurant/live music venue is currently serving a limited menu. A full menu will roll out on June 24.

QuikTrip is opening its first fuel-less store at 855 Peachtree St. The urban concept will sell sub sandwiches, pizzas, pretzels, breakfast items, smoothies and frozen treats.

5Church opening in Midtown next week

Diner Bakery Company open in Kennesaw

'Walking Dead' actor, director to open a restaurant in Senoia

Dreamland BBQ Gwinnett now open

Coffee shop proposed for Roswell's historic district

Emerald City Bagels to open in East Atlanta

B's Cracklin BBQ coming to Atlanta

Yumbii to open brick-and mortar restaurant

Betty Hsu's Baos to open at Krog Street Market

Uncle Jack's Meat House to open in Duluth


Restaurant news

Scout names executive chef

New pre-show tasting menu at 4th&Swift

'Fresh Off the Boat' author Eddie Huang talks new book

Varasano's closing in Perimeter Mall


Recipes, First Looks and reviews

First Look: Grindhouse Killer Burgers, Decatur

Read this cookbook: 'Minimalist Baker's Everyday Cooking'

The Nashville hot chicken at this Atlanta restaurant might blow your mind


Cocktails and beer

5 Atlanta gin and tonics to sip on this summer

The best beer for smoked and grilled meats



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