A cereal and dessert bar is coming to Atlantic Station and more restaurant news from the week

A menu item from Night & Day Cereal Bar.

Credit: Night & Day Cereal Bar

Credit: Night & Day Cereal Bar

A menu item from Night & Day Cereal Bar.

Breakfast and dessert restaurant Day & Night Cereal Bar is set to open at 1380 Atlantic Drive NW in the Atlantic Station mixed-use development in October.

It will mark the first Georgia location for the Los Angeles-based company. The Atlanta franchise location will be owned by Rhonda Jones and her children, Ty’Ron and Tyra.

Day & Night Cereal Bar’s menu will feature build-your-own cereal bowls and a variety of milkshakes. Flavor combinations include the Mucha Lucha, a mix of Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal, whipped cream and churro cereal topped with a sprinkled cinnamon roll or Unicorn Breath, a mix of fruity Lucky Charms and Fruity Pebbles cereal, topped with whipped cream and a strawberry drizzle. Each bowl has the option to include whole, skim, almond or oat milk.

Other menu items include a bacon flight with three flavors of bacon, cereal-coated French toast, cereal-infused milkshakes and coffee drinks. Day & Night Cereal Bar’s hours will be 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays and 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Sundays.

Day & Night Cereal Bar is the latest restaurant to join Atlantic Station. Angry Crab Shack will replace the recently-closed Pig and the Pearl, and Atlanta Breakfast Club and Rosé Bistro and Champagne Bar are set to open later this year.


Pop-up Mama Jane Seafood is set to open a brick-and-mortar soon at 1996 Sylvan Road SW in Atlanta, What Now Atlanta reports.


Craft brewery Pint & Provisions is set to open in Senoia, where “The Walking Dead” was largely filmed, in early 2023.

The Main Street brewery will be within walking distance of several other food and beverage concepts including the Curious Kitchen & Bar, Nic & Norman’s Senoia (co-owned by “Walking Dead” actor Norman Reedus and producer/director Greg Nicotero), Bistro Hillary and Senoia Coffee & Café.

Housed in a 3,830-square-foot building built in the 1920s, Pint & Provisions will feature a tankroom, front patios, private event hall and furnished rear beer garden known as the “Tapyard.”

The brewery will make lagers, west coast and hazy IPAs and “culinary-inspired stouts along with big fruit-forward kettle sours,” according to a press release. Also featured will be live music, food trucks and other events.


Vegan pizza restaurant Plant-Based Pizzeria has closed its location at 8540 Roswell Road in Sandy Springs, Tomorrow’s News Today reports.

The restaurant opened in 2021, with an expanded menu featuring pasta and weekend breakfast. The original location at 730 Barnett St. NE, remains open.


Vietnamese restaurant Mama’s Banh Mi opened its first location last month at 5382 Buford Hwy NE in Doraville, What Now Atlanta reports. Additional metro Atlanta location are set for Kennesaw, Duluth and Snellville in the coming months.


Dua Vietnamese Noodle Soup and Fish Tank Poke Co. are set to open soon in the Modera Reynoldstown development at 780 Memorial Drive, What Now Atlanta reports.

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