Atlanta Restaurant Scene

Yebo closed at Phipps, will reopen as Yebo Beach Haus in new location

Restaurateur Justin Anthony has kept himself busy over the past few months with the opening of Cape Dutch late last year , Biltong Bar in Ponce City Market earlier this year , and now the launch of a new concept coming this month.

Yebo Beach Haus, a spinoff of South African spot Yebo, which closed in Phipps Plaza earlier this week, will open to the public at 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, for dinner.

Housed at 111 West Paces Ferry Road in the f ormer home of Coast, one of the many Here to Serve restaurants closed in 2015 , Yebo Beach Haus will serve a South African-American fusion menu featuring items including shrimp peri-peri tacos, bunny chow sliders and tomato and watermelon bruschetta, grilled swordfish sandwiches and boerewors meatballs. The restaurant will also feature craft cocktails and a full wine and local beer list.

The decor, arranged by Anthony's wife Kelly, "draws inspiration from the Hamptons and Californian beach influences," according to a press release, including an outdoor patio, white-washed walls, dark cherry wood-stained floors and driftwood décor elements.

Lunch service will follow soon after opening, and the Yebo Beach Haus will also serve brunch Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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