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Wagaya team to take over former Better Half space plus more dining news from the week

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

•The team behind Japanese restaurant Wagaya is set to take over the former Better Half space at 349 14th St. NW in Home Park, What Now Atlanta reports.

The owners of Wagaya -- which has locations in West Midtown and in Emory Village -- have filed permits to open Chirori. 

Better Half closed in October after five years

The Red Eyed Mule is relocating to 430 South Marietta Parkway in Marietta, Tomorrow’s News Today reports.

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•Contrast Artisan Ales is now open at 5504 Peachtree Road in Chamblee, Eater Atlanta reports. The brewery is from Chase Medlin, the former brewmaster at Twain’s Brewpub & Billiards in Decatur.

•Sushi chain Maki Fresh has closed at Peachtree Battle, its only Atlanta location, Tomorrow’s News Today reports. The eatery opened in 2011. 

City Tap to open in Midtown early next year

Jinya Ramen, Queen of Cream coming to Plaza on Ponce

Junior’s Pizza coming to Summerhill

Cowtippers closing this month

Gluten-free fast-casual restaurant and bakery KarmaFarm opens in Buckhead

Aix and Tin Tin open in West Midtown

Meating Street closes in Roswell

Grindhouse Killer Burgers coming to Brookhaven

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