These are the stories that created a buzz on the metro Atlanta dining scene this week:
•A new taqueria specializing in street tacos is now open in Norcross.
Tacos Express, which opened over the weekend at 1568 Indian Trail Lilburn Road, serves a variety of appetizers including queso dip and chicken wings; tacos callejeros, street tacos with a choice of protein including asada, carnitas and chicken; tacos de lujo, “upscale” taco platters with options including baja fish and pork belly; traditional plates including chimichangas and surf and turf fajitas; soups and salads; burgers, sandwiches and wraps; and sides.
Tacos Express is open 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday-Wednesday and 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday-Saturday.
•Daily Dose is slated to open this fall in the Madison Yards development in Reynoldstown, Tomorrow’s News Today reports. The coffee shop from entrepreneur Dan Collier will serve coffee drinks and pastries from Alon’s Bakery, as well as sell coffee beans from Stumptown Coffee and retail goods from The Merchant. Other food and beverage concept opening in the coming months in Madison Yards include ice cream shop Four Fat Cows, Taqueria Tsunami, seafood restaurant Girl Diver, Hooter’s offshot Hoot’s Righteous Wings and Marlow’s Tavern. Collier also owns several stores around town including The Merchant and Archer Paper Goods.
•Clean Juice will open this weekend in Westside Village at 2260 Marietta Blvd. NW, What Now Atlanta reports. The spot, which also has locations in Alpharetta, Marietta and Sandy Springs, serves fresh-pressed juices and bowls.
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