Gus’s Fried Chicken is opening a second location on Roswell Road. (Becky Stein Photography)
In case you missed it, here’s what happened in the Atlanta food and dining scene this week.
Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken picks second Atlanta location
Ponce City Market to get a French bakery and artisanal food shop
Vegan bakery open in Atlanta
Stockyard Burgers & Bones now open in Vinings
A Thai restaurant is coming to Lindbergh Center
Tupelo Honey Cafe sets opening date for Sandy Springs location
The Consulate, from the owners of Honey Bubble Tea in Old 4th Ward, is now open at 10 10th St. NE is Midtown. The “global tapas” restaurant serves dishes with influences from Brazil, China, Greece, Italy, Ethiopia, Cape Verde, Russia, according to its Facebook page.
O4W Pizza closing in Atlanta, will open new location in Duluth
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Gizzy Barton named executive chef at Bellina Alimentari
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Top Atlanta baker to assume executive baker post at H&F Bread Co.
il Giallo offering 25-cent martinis
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