Food and dining news of the week

Sunday is National Ice Cream Day find out how to celebrate below./Photo by Chris Hunt.

4 Rivers Smokehouse is opening tomorrow. A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place on July 25 at 9 a.m. to celebrate the new location for the barbecue chain. AJC announced last fall that 4 Rivers would be opening its first Georgia location bringing some of the southeast’s best barbecue to Atlanta.

4 Rivers Smokehouse, 822 Marietta St NW, Atlanta. 844-474-8377.

Osteria Mattone is open on Mondays beginning July 17. The Italian restaurant in Roswell will now be open from 5 – 9:30 p.m. for dinner service.

Osteria Mattone, 1095 Canton St., Roswell. 678-878-3378,

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Wahlburgers has opened its first location in Georgia at The Battery at SunTrust Park. Donnie Wahlberg, Paul Wahlberg and Mark Wahlberg attend the Wahlburgers Coney Island Preview Party on June 23, 2015 in the Brooklyn Borough of New York City. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for Wahlburgers).

  Restaurant Openings and Closings

Wahlburgers opens at The Battery at SunTrust Park

New Decatur restaurant combines Filipino and soul food

Tea making paraphernalia: a jar of sun tea, glasses of iced tea, etc. Styling by Conne Ward-Cameron. (Chris Hunt/Special)

  Where to eat and what to buy

How to eat your way through National Ice Cream day

Iced tea preferences vary, but they’re all sweet

Restaurants think outside the box

6 must-try menu items at Beni’s Cubano in East Cobb

Get $0.77 drink specials at this sushi spot all summer long

We’re scooping up the ceviche at this Midtown restaurant

Atlanta Bar Scene

Bob Townsend’s Beer Pick: Scofflaw Hooligan

Beer Town: Why ‘craft beer’ vs. ‘big beer’ is such a bitter battle

Cumming’s Cherry Street wins 2017 U.S. Open Beer Championship

Georgia restaurants honored by Wine Spectator

Restaurant Reviews

Review: Whiskey Bird puts twist on traditional Japanese skewers

Review: Thai pop-up mixes classic technique with modern panache

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