These are the metro Atlanta restaurants that have closed so far this year

If it seems like metro Atlanta restaurant close as quickly as they open -- you're not totally wrong. Check out the area restaurants that have shuttered so far in 2018 (or the final days of 2017).

Cobb County

Brooklyn Water Bagel, Akers Mill

Cafe 33, Marietta

Muss & Turner's, Marietta

Todd English Tavern, The Battery at SunTrust Park

DeKalb County

Bagel Palace, Toco Hill

Cakes + Ale, Decatur

DaVinci's Pizza, Decatur

Jefe's Tacos & Tequila, TOWN Brookhaven

KEBA Sandwiches, Emory Village

McCormick & Schmick's, Dunwoody

Montie's Public House, Brookhaven

The Pub, Perimeter Mall, Dunwoody

Smoke + Duck Sauce, Decatur

Union Hill Kitchen, Chamblee

Intown Atlanta

Across the Street, Old Fourth Ward

Amer, Inman Park

Bankhead Seafood, Bankhead

Bantam + Biddy, Lenox Square, Buckhead

Bar Americano, Buckhead

Bar Crema, Buckhead

Cast Iron, Old Fourth Ward

Copper Cove Indian Restaurant, Buckhead

El Mexicano, Ormewood Park

Houston's, Buckhead

Meehan's Public House Buckhead, Buckhead

One Midtown Kitchen, Midtown

One Rooster Mongolian Bar, West Midtown

Radial Cafe, Candler Park

Smokebelly, Buckhead

Taco Mac, CNN Center, downtown Atlanta

TAP, Midtown

Tomatillos, East Atlanta

North Fulton County

Bantam + Biddy, Avalon, Alpharetta

Corner Pizza, Roswell

The Counter, Roswell

CT Cocina & Taqueria, Sandy Springs

Dantanna's, Sandy Springs

Greenwood's on Greet Street, Roswell

Mittie's Cafe, Alpharetta

OTP Tap & Grill, Roswell

Rize Artisan Pizza + Salads, Sandy Springs

Swallow at the Hollow, Roswell

Thai Spice, Peachtree City

Tutto Kitchen and Bar, Roswell

South Fulton County

The Pig & The Pint, College Park

Radial Cafe, College Park

Gwinnett County

DePalma's Italian Cafe, Dacula

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