SriThai now open for Thai, Japanese food at Atlantic Station

The exterior of SriThai

The exterior of SriThai

A Thai and Japanese restaurant whose planned March opening was delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic has finally opened its doors at mixed-use development Atlantic Station.

SriThai Kitchen & Sushi, which also has locations in Duluth and Snellville, opened its first intown location in the development on July 1.

Located above the Pig and the Pearl, the 4,852-square-foot restaurant is open for dine-in service, to-go orders and delivery, with plans for an official grand opening celebration soon.

SriThai’s menu features dishes including coconut betel leaves, grilled Thai sausage, sashimi, makimono and nigiri.

“We are excited to bring our 25 years of experience in the restaurant industry to a place that embraces authentic dining experiences,” said SriThai owner Winn Mekpongsatorn in a prepared statement.

Atlantic Station has seen many changes to its food and beverage lineup in the past few years, including the openings of NaanStop and Pho24; the closure of Tin Drum Asian Kitchen and Meehan's Public House; the closing of Rosa Mexicano ; the opening of salad concept Salata , which replaced Moe's Southwest Grill ; the opening of PokeBar; and the opening of Gayu-Kaku Japanese BBQ, which took over the space vacated by Copeland's Cheesecake Bistro at the beginning of 2017HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern and bowling alley Bowlero are set to open this year.

In addition restaurateur Shaun Doty announced that he would be re-concepting the Chick-a-Biddy location at Atlantic Station as another Bantam + Biddy outpost.

SriThai will be open until 10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and until 10:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday.


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