These are the dining, drink and food stories that made a splash in metro Atlanta this week:
Anne Quatrano has reopened her sandwich shop at Westside Provisions, Eater Atlanta first reported. Little Star, which serves all-day breakfast including overnight oats and fruit as well as sandwiches, including an eggplant banh mi and shrimp po’boy, will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Little Star closed after Bacchanalia and Star Provisions moved in 2017.
•Guy Wong’s sushi counter Miso Ko opens tomorrow at Ponce City Market.
•Nhan Le’s Three Hearts Roastery is open next to Paris on Ponce on the Eastside Beltline, Eater Atlanta reports. The walk-up window offers coffee drinks and watermelon snow, and is located behind Le’s eatery 8ARM. He also owns Octopus Bar in East Atlanta.
•Staplehouse now offers its tasting menu at its bar, for reservations or walk-ins. The restaurant moved from an a la carte menu to a tasting menu in April.
•Garden and Gun Club at The Battery is now serving Sunday brunch. Menu items include Jumbo Lump Crab Benedict with hollandaise, and Johnny cakes and herbs with a Cathead Fried Chicken Biscuit in addition to brunch cocktails and a raw bar.
•Ebrik Coffee Room will open its third metro Atlanta location this Monday inside the Michael C. Carlos Museum on the Emory campus, What Now Atlanta reports.
•Reformation Brewery has opened a new location in Woodstock, ScoopOTP reports.
•Tiff’s Treats will open its seventh metro Atlanta location later this year in Peachtree Corners, Tomorrow’s News Today reports.
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