Manny’s owner to reopen beloved Little Five Points Bar and more dining news from the week

The exterior of Euclid Avenue Yacht Club. / Euclid Avenue Facebook page
The exterior of Euclid Avenue Yacht Club. / Euclid Avenue Facebook page

Little Five Points bar Euclid Avenue Yacht Club, which has been closed since the pandemic hit the U.S. in March, will reopen this year under new ownership, Atlanta Business Chronicle reports. Manuel Maloof, who opened Manny’s Grant Park in 2019 and is the son of Manuel’s Tavern owner Brian Maloof, purchased the bar at 1136 Euclid Ave. NE from founder Donald Hinamon. Maloof said he’ll make minimal changes to the space and menu.

East Atlanta coffee shop Hodgepodge Coffeehouse is slated to open a third location in Decatur at 2641 College Ave., the Atlanta Journal-Constitution confirmed. Hodgepodge, which opened its original location in 2012, also has a location on Moreland Avenue in Reynoldstown and plans to open another shop in Summerhill. At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, a market opened inside the East Atlanta location, offering pantry staples and other items.

B&L Wings plans to move this month from its current location at 3996 Pleasantdale Road in Doraville to 800 Forrest Ave. NW in Atlanta, What Now Atlanta reports. The address is the site of the CloudKitchens facility, home to more than 40 ghost kitchens.

Kern Taylor and Jason Aaron have filed permits to open barbecue restaurant Da Pig, The Cow and The Kitchen at 41 Peyton Road, What Now Atlanta reports.

SMR Tap will open in the Star Metal Residences building at 1050 Howell Mill Road this year, Atlanta Business Chronicle reports. The bar, which will not have a kitchen, will serve beer and wine.

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