In addition, food truck Doug’s North Carolina BBQ opened a stall, serving a variety of smoked meats and sides, and Debbie’s Delights Cereal and Breakfast Bar made its debut.
Existing stalls in the food hall include Patty & Frank’s, Belen de la Cruz, Cubanos ATL, TydeTate Kitchen, Delilah’s Everyday Soul and Baked Kitchen.
Chattahoochee Food Works opened in 2021 at 1235 Chattahoochee Ave. NW.
The City of Decatur and the Decatur Downtown Development Authority (DDA) announced the selection of three operators as part of its new vendor food cart program. Buenos Dias Café, Icing on the Cake and King of Pops began operations from their mobile carts on Aug. 1.
Established in 2012 by Ken and Jeannette Katz, Buenos Dias Cafe started out serving Salvadoran food in downtown Atlanta and has since relocated to the Met in West Midtown. Their new food cart will operate in Harmony Park.
Icing on the Cake will sell its cakes, pies, cupcakes and cheesecakes with its food cart on W Ponce de Leon near Truist Bank.
Frozen pops purveyor King of Pops, which has brick-and-mortar locations at Ponce City Market, Colony Square and in Old Fourth Ward will sell on the sidewalk closest to East Court Square.
While hours will vary and be listed on A-Frame signs at each cart, all three vendors are permitted to operate their carts for one year during the following times: 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday- Saturday and 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday.
Florida-based chain Miller’s Ale House continues its Georgia expansion with the opening of a location in Snellville at 1486 Scenic Hwy.
The Snellville restaurant marks the first of three Miller’s openings planned in Georgia this year, with others planned in Sharpsburg and Fayetteville. Existing Georgia locations include Alpharetta, Dawsonville, Kennesaw and McDonough.
The 7,202-square-foot Snellville restaurant features indoor and outdoor seating for 239 guests, more than 60 TVs and a Florida Room with garage-style exterior walls that can be raised.
Decatur restaurant BBQ Cafe has closed at 310 Howard Ave. in Decatur after nearly three years, Decaturish first reported.
Calle Latina Latin restaurant relocated to 627 E. College Ave. in Decatur after more than a decade at its original location on the Decatur Square, Eater Atlanta reports. Taking over the former Mr. Everything space, the restaurant expanded its menu with a sushi bar highlighting Nikkei-style cuisine.
Calle Latina’s former Church Street location will soon be home to fried chicken eatery Mother’s Best, owned by Ean Bancroft and Ross Winecoff and currently popping up at SOS Tiki Bar in Decatur.
More restaurant news from the week
Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks opening in Lawrenceville
El Tesoro opening second location in West End
The Baxter and Duke’s Hideaway open on the Beltline
Cubanos ATL opening two dine-in locations
Bar Ti Amo opens in Buckhead
Verdure Kitchen + Cocktails opens in Morningside
New Chick-fil-A ‘elevated drive-thru’ coming to Atlanta
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