Mariscos Burrito from Taqueria Los Hermanos.
Photo: Taqueria Los Hermanos Facebook page
Photo: Taqueria Los Hermanos Facebook page

Taqueria Los Hermanos to open in Dunwoody and other dining news from the week

These are the stories that created a buzz on the metro Atlanta dining scene this week:

•Mexican restaurant Taqueria Los Hermanos is slated to open a new location in the Shops of Dunwoody shopping center along Chamblee Dunwoody Road next year, Tomorrow’s News Today reports, taking over a space previously occupied by Wing Factory.

It will mark the fifth location for the locally-owned Taqueria Los Hermanos, which also has restaurants in Lilburn, Lawrenceville, Tucker and Suwanee. 

Breadwinner Cafe is also set to open a second location in the same development next year.

•The Boiler Seafood and Crab Boil Atlanta is set to open early next month at 2425 Piedmont Road NE in Atlanta, What Now Atlanta reports. The restaurant takes over the space previously occupied by Woofs Sports Bar, which moved earlier this year. The menu will feature a New Orleans-inspired Cajun Crab boil menu and an extensive drink menu. 

•New York-based chain The Hummus & Pita Co. is slated to open its first metro Atlanta location in the Perimeter Place development in Dunwoody in the space previously occupied by Boneheads, Tomorrow’s News Today reports. 

MORE DINING NEWS:

Front Page News to close later this year

Hemingway’s to open at Krog Street Market

Iron Hill Brewery to open in Dunwoody

Huge X Brash Coffee open in Midtown

Buena Vida to open off Eastside Beltline next month

Southern Belle, Georgia Boy both open in Poncey-Highland

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