NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 13: Cynthia Bailey attends The Hollywood Reporter 35 Most Powerful People In Media 2017 at The Pool on April 13, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for The Hollywood Reporter)
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‘Real Housewives’ star opening a wine shop and other metro Atlanta dining news from the week

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

“Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey is slated to open The Bailey Wine Cellar in The Beacon development in Grant Park, What Now Atlanta first reported. The store, to be located at 1039 Grant St., will join several other new tenants at The Beacon including Patria Cocina, Buteco and Pin & Proper. 

•Three metro Atlanta eateries have closed their doors recently, Eater Atlanta reports: Burmese restaurant Royal Myanmar Cuisine in Clarkston; Jamaican eatery Nyamminz + Jamminz in Little Five Points; and Young He Zhi Jia on Buford Highway. 

•Boba tea spot Boba Theory is set to open this year at 1540  Avenue Place at Emory Point, What Now Atlanta reports


The Po’Boy Shop now open in Decatur

Kandi Burruss, Zac Brown bringing dining concepts to Philips Arena

Killer Mike picks his favorite restaurants in Atlanta

Talking to the owners of The Varsity about celebrating 90 years

Taking a sneak peek at Chick-fil-A meal kits

Lazy Dog to open in Peachtree Corners

Pinkies Up wine and beer lounge open in Roswell

Playa Bowls coming to Georgia

Get a taste of the new fusion revolution with the 2018 AJC Spring Dining Guide: Global Mashup 

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