Makimono now open at Krog Street Market and other Atlanta food and restaurant news from the week

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Here’s what to eat, drink, buy, cook and more from the past week in metro Atlanta.

Restaurant openings and closings

Makimono, which replaces Craft Izakaya at Krog Street Market, is now open for business.

“We had a great run with Craft Izakaya and after two years in the market it was time to rethink the way we serve our customers,” said Chef Jey Oh. “Our goal with opening Makimono was to provide KSM with another fast-casual dining option featuring quality sushi and bowls at affordable prices, day and night.”

The new concept will feature a variety of to-order sushi rolls and cooked bowls.

The restaurant’s dining room will become general seating for the market, while the interior sushi bar will serve as a cocktail bar.

521 Kitchen & Que now closed in Buckhead

Papi’s Cuban & Caribbean Grill to open at Emory Point

Local Republic now open in Lawrenceville

Check out the menu for Tavern at Atlas, now open at St. Regis Hotel

 

Traditional lion dancers will parade throughout Sweet Auburn BBQ on Feb. 2. HANDOUT / Blue Hominy Public Relations.

Traditional lion dancers will parade throughout Sweet Auburn BBQ on Feb. 2. HANDOUT / Blue Hominy Public Relations.

Restaurant news and events

Richard Thomas, owner of R. Thomas Deluxe Grill in Buckhead, has died

Three Georgia food producers win 2017 Good Food Awards

5 restaurants to celebrate Chinese New Year

Do good with 3 metro Atlanta food events for a food cause

4 things Atlanta foodies will want to do in February

Go behind the scenes with Chef Pano of Kyma as he assembles his cookbook

Trump’s inauguration cake no original — where does imitation cross the line?

 

Try the low-calorie quinoa bowls at The Big Ketch Saltwater Grill in Roswell, including the Asian quinoa superfood bowl with shredded yellow beets, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower and kale.

Try the low-calorie quinoa bowls at The Big Ketch Saltwater Grill in Roswell, including the Asian quinoa superfood bowl with shredded yellow beets, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower and kale.

What to eat, drink buy and cook this week

First Look: Yumbii opens in South Buckhead

Buy This: The best bologna and other Georgia food products

We tried the new S’mores Girl Scout Cookies — find out how they rate

6 (non salad) healthy dishes from OTP eateries

Learn how to make Tin Drum’s basil fried rice

Learn how to use your smoker to make to-die-for salmon

Review: One Midtown Kitchen

3 metro Atlanta spots to find poke and sushi bowls and burritos

 

Creature Comforts' five original employees. From left to right:  Adam Beauchamp (Co-founder & Brewmaster), Katie Beauchamp (Tasting Room General Manager & Community Outreach), Chris Herron (Co-founder & CEO), Blake Tyers (Wood Cellar & Specialty Brand Manager), and David Stein (Co-founder & Head Brewer). Credit: Creature Comforts.

Creature Comforts’ five original employees. From left to right:
Adam Beauchamp (Co-founder & Brewmaster), Katie Beauchamp (Tasting Room General Manager & Community Outreach), Chris Herron (Co-founder & CEO), Blake Tyers (Wood Cellar & Specialty Brand Manager), and David Stein (Co-founder & Head Brewer). Credit: Creature Comforts.

Beer news and what to drink

Georgia Craft Brewers and Beer Wholesalers agree on direct sales at breweries

More details on Creature Comforts new Athens brewery

 

The Falcons doughnuts at Sublime Doughnuts. / Photo from the Sublime  Doughnuts Facebook page

The Falcons doughnuts at Sublime Doughnuts. / Photo from the Sublime Doughnuts Facebook page

All things Super Bowl

Rooting for the Falcons? Eat this Dirty Bird sandwich from Fox Bros. BBQ

What beer to drink at your Super Bowl party

Watch Atlanta, Boston doughnut shops wager on Super Bowl

Everything you need to know about the Super Bowl

Get Super Bowl food to-go at these Atlanta restaurants

Your ultimate guide to Atlanta Falcons tailgating

Healthy dips to serve for Super Bowl 2017

A guide to tailgating without packing on the pounds

 

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