Italian restaurant Adalina set to open in Buckhead and other dining news from the past week

These are the dining, drink and food stories that made a splash in metro Atlanta this week: 

•Italian restaurant Adalina could open as early as next week at 4403 Northside Parkway in Buckhead, Eater Atlanta first reported. The eatery is owned by Dennis Lange of Five Seasons Brewing Co., with Josh Hopkins, formerly of Empire State South, serving as executive chef. The menu will focus on northern Italian cuisine, and local firm Flags of Origin is designing the space.

•Marietta-based High Road Craft Ice Cream, Inc., has acquired New York-based Ciao Bella Gelato Co., Inc. High Road “plans to explore additional opportunities in the rapidly growing craft frozen dessert and novelty categories,” according to a press release.

•Albatross Public House & Pizzeria is opening this weekend at 8255 Clubhouse Way in Jonesboro. The “Midtown-inspired” eatery  features pizzas, buffalo wings, burgers, salads and appetizers such as jalapeño poppers and cheesy bread. The restaurant also has a full bar featuring signature cocktails, draft domestic and craft beers and wine.

•White Windmill Bakery & Cafe is slated to open a fourth location in Kennesaw, Tomorrow’s News Today reports.

•Taqueria Tsunami is set to open its eighth metro Atlanta location in 2019 in Peachtree Corners at Peachtree Corners Town Center,  What Now Atlanta reports.

Zinburger Wine and Burger Bar opening second metro Atlanta location

Take a look at the new Po’Boy Shop in Decatur

Nacho Daddy coming to Duluth

Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Wild Heaven team up on new craft beer

Huey Magoo’s expanding into metro Atlanta

Banshee opening next week in East Atlanta

These Atlanta restaurants are offering discounts to Hurricane Florence evacuees

Helen’s Hot Chicken coming to Atlanta

Le Colonial coming to Atlanta

Tin Can closing in Sandy Springs for new restaurant

Beltline visionary to open restaurant on the Beltline

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