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

Lots of metro Atlanta restaurant closed their doors in the first half of 2018, but plenty of great names were added to the Atlanta dining landscape. Check out the area restaurants that have opened so far in 2018 (or the final days of 2017).

Cobb County

Achie's, The Omni Hotel at The Battery

Bad Daddy's Burger Bar, Smyrna

Everything Burger, Marietta

Garden & Gun Club, The Battery at SunTrust Park

Hawg & Ale Smokehouse, Marietta

Jojo's Candy Shop, Vinings

Punch Bowl Social, The Battery at SunTrust Park

Taco Mac, Marietta

Taqueria Tsunami, Marietta

DeKalb County

The Alden, Chamblee

Amore Cucina & Bar, Town Brookhaven

Arnette's Chop Shop, Brookhaven

Bad Daddy's Burger Bar, Chamblee

Big Daddy's Tacos, Chamblee

Cinco Mexican Cantina, Perimeter Mall, Dunwoody

Crayhouse, Doraville

Fish Bowl Poke, Toco Hill

Formaggio Mio, Toco Hill

Kajun Crab, Chamblee

The Little Farmhouse Cafe, Atlanta

The Local Pizzaiolo, Toco Hill

Mary Hoopa’s House of Fried Chicken & Oysters in East Lake

Max's Coal Oven Pizzeria, Perimeter Mall, Dunwoody

Ms. Icey's Kitchen, Decatur

Red Pepper Taqueria, Town Brookhaven

Sara Donuts, Decatur

Savi Provisions, Decatur

Snackboxe Bistro, Doraville

Suri Mediterranean Grill, Perimeter Mall, Dunwoody

Sweet Tuna, Dunwoody

Tabi Sushi, Decatur

Tanaka Ramen, Brookhaven

Thai Express, Decatur

The White Bull, Decatur

Intown Atlanta

ATL Taco, Lenox Square, Buckhead

Amorino Gelato, Shops Buckhead

Blu Cantina, East Atlanta

Blue India, Midtown

Bún Mì, Buckhead

Brash Coffee, Atlanta History Center, Buckhead

Caravaca Market, Midtown

Chai Yo, Buckhead

Chido + Padre's, Buckhead

Cultured South, West End

The Dapper Doughnut, Lenox Square

Drafts + Dogs, Ponce City Market

Emerald City Bagels, East Atlanta

Farm Burger, Grant Park

Firepit Pizza Tavern, Grant Park

Five Daughters Doughnuts, Ponce City Market

Genuine Pizza, Phipps Plaza, Buckhead

Grindhouse Killer Burgers, Grant Park

Hecter's Kitchen, Sweet Auburn District

Irby's Tavern, Buckhead

Jim Adams Farm & Table, Riverside

Lifting Noodles, East Atlanta

Lingering Shade, Eastside Beltline

Little Alley Steak, Buckhead

The Local Pizzaiolo, West Midtown

Mission + Market, Buckhead

New Realm Brewing, Eastside Beltline

Nowak's, Morningside

Ocean Market, downtown Atlanta

The Painted Duck, West Midtown

Peachtree Pint, Lenox Square, Buckhead

Pho Dai Viet, Buckhead

Poke City, Buckhead

Poke Nooke, Buckhead

The Poke Spot, downtown Atlanta

Public Kitchen & Bar, Phipps Plaza, Buckhead

Publico, Midtown

Recess in Krog Street Market

Sage Woodfire Tavern, Buckhead

Savi Provisions/Rise & Revelry, Buckhead

Tamsung Thai Street Eats, Buckhead

Tiny Lou's, Poncey-Highland

Trade Root, The Whitley, Buckhead

Zunzi's, Collier Hills

North Fulton County

Abuelos Mexican Kitchen & Cantina, Sandy Springs

American Pasta Factory, Roswell

Belux Coffee Roasters, Alpharetta

Boneyard Kitchen & Tap, Roswell

Chronic Tacos, Alpharetta

Crafthall Kitchen, Sandy Springs

Hen Mother Cookhouse, Johns Creek

King Barbecue, Avalon, Alpharetta

Loyal Q & Brew. Alpharetta

Loyal Tavern, Roswell

Porter Pizza & Brewery, Sandy Springs

Sharetea, Sandy Springs

South City Kitchen, Avalon, Alpharetta

Taste…A Seasonal Bistro, Alpharetta

teamo, Sandy Springs

Wild Slice, Roswell

Gwinnett County

Firenza Pizza, Duluth

Khanh Vietnamese, Duluth

Masti Indian Street Eats, Duluth

Pueblo Maya, Buford

Won Won Seafood House, Duluth


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