The fast-growing Poke Burri is known for poke bowls and playful spins on sushi that range from burritos to carnival-style corn dogs. A favorite mashup is the sushi doughnut, featuring seasoned rice draped with salmon and avocado slices, drizzles of eel sauce and spicy mayo, and a furikake finish.
The crab cheese roll with sweet chile sauce from 26 Thai should please even the pickiest of eaters, and the restaurant’s popular pad Thai (our order: with shrimp, medium heat) is quite filling.
Fan T’Asia has a lengthy list of Cantonese delights, but the succulent roast duck is a standout.
Kung Fu Tea can satisfy your craving for bubble tea, while Taps @ Ph’East — a full bar from the founders of Truck & Tap — has an impressive list of rotating craft beers, with nearly 20 on draft.
Looking for a pregame stop before heading to Truist Park? A round of sake bombs will get you in a cheering mood. The Juice Is Loose at Taps — with a shot of sweet, citrusy yuzu sake to drop into a tulip glass filled with Creature Comforts’ Tropicalia — is a winning warmup.
925 Battery Ave. SE, Atlanta. 678-247-8137, pheastatl.com
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