The Whiskey Project opens today in Roswell and other metro Atlanta dining news from the week

Here are the stories that made a splash in the Atlanta food world this week.

The Whiskey Project is opening for dinner service tonight at 5 p.m. in Roswell.

Located at 45 Oak St. in the the former home of the now-shuttered Oak Street Cafe, The Whiskey Project is the brainchild of owners Marcus Bifaro and Andy Stallworth. The menu offers a variety of new American dishes and the beverage program includes a full bar with more than 25 different cocktails and close to 1,000 types of whiskey.

45 Oak St., Roswell. 678-373-1981,

Scroll down to see the menu for The Whiskey Project:

Credit: Yvonne Zusel

Credit: Yvonne Zusel

Credit: Yvonne Zusel

Credit: Yvonne Zusel

Middle Eastern eatery Bezoria is set to open a third location next Friday in Cumberland Mall in Smyrna, Tomorrow's News Today reports. It will join locations in Midtown and Alpharetta.

360 Cantina at 360 Edgewood Ave. will rebrand as Fiesta Cantina, featuring a new menu, What Now Atlanta reports.

The owners of Big Easy Grille will open Public House 28 at 2030 Bolton Road in Riverside, What Now Atlanta reports. Pub 28 refers to Fire Station 28, located about half a mile away.

More metro Atlanta dining news:

Explore Little Tart, Big Softie opening in Summerhill
Explore Atlanta dog park-bar opening this weekend
Explore Cousins Maine Lobster opening at Lenox Square next week
Explore Pho Nam to open at Krog Street Market
Explore Take a first look at Loyal Tavern in Roswell
Explore Review: Chai Yo in Buckhead
Explore Review: Wicked Sushi in Buford
Explore Get a taste of the new fusion revolution with the 2018 AJC Spring Dining Guide: Global Mashup

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