These are the stories that created a buzz on the metro Atlanta dining scene this week:
•285 Colonial Kitchen is opening next month in The Prado in Sandy Springs at 5610 Roswell Road, What Now Atlanta reports. The restaurant, which will serve Vietnamese food, comes from Duc Tran, the owner of 575 Bistro in Kennesaw. The restaurant will have separate menus for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch and will also serve beer and wine.
•La Calavera Bakery is moving from its current location on East College Avenue in Decatur to a space on Memorial Drive in Kirkwood next month, Eater Atlanta reports. The business will operate in both locations through September, then will transition solely to the Memorial Drive location. The new spot will eventually serve prepared food and a cold pastry case in addition to its baked goods.
•The Pirate’s Boil, a cajun seafood restaurant, is slated to open next month at Cumberland Square North shopping center on Cobb Parkway in Smyrna, Tomorrow’s News Today reports.
•Bailey Wine Shop, from “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey, is now open at The Beacon in Grant Park. Sportscaster Mike Hill proposed to Bailey at the shop’s opening.
•Bell Street Burritos is now open at 4053 Lawrenceville Hwy. in Tucker. The Mexican eatery also has locations in Buckhead and near Krog Street Market. It closed its first location in Sweet Auburn Market earlier this year.
•Crepe Delicious crepe and gelato eatery is slated to open in the food court in Perimeter Mall and Sowa Cereal and Ice Cream Bar will open at Town Center at Cobb in Kennesaw, Tomorrow’s News Today reports.
•iScream Ice Cream Rolls will open next month in Underground Atlanta at 50 Upper Alabama St., What Now Atlanta reports.
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