Let’s all take a moment to manifest good vibes and good food in ATL this year. And that should hopefully be a little easier with a meal from one of these hot, new restaurants that just opened up! Grab a meal to go from these spots or dine-in or on their patio–whatever you feel most comfortable with at this time.
The Chastain has just opened up in the space previously occupied by longtime restaurant Horseradish Grill. Stop in the morning before work to treat yourself to a delicious breakfast pastries or linger over a long dinner for their New American eats.
New to Ponce City Market, Eleven TLV is offering adaptogenic teas, lattes, caffeine and vegan soft serve ice cream with wellness at the top of mind. All ingredients used are organic and clean with wellness at the top of mind to promote benefits like immunity, better sleep, and more. Beverages and straws are also compostable.
The General Muir’s Jewish deli eats have been delighting the Emory Village community for years, but they’ve finally opened up their highly anticipated second location in Sandy Springs’ City Center. Get great bagels, comforting matzoh ball soup, latkes, and pastrami for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Delivery is coming soon as well as a heated patio, but you can also order them for pick-up if you’re more comfortable dining at home.
The highly anticipated Girl Diver, from Chef/Owner Richard Tang of CHAR, has finally opened in Reynoldstown. Menu highlights include a pesce baked egg, Vietnamese seafood hot and sour soup, and lobster mac and cheese. There are some patio heaters and the way the restaurant is designed lets fresh air flow in and out via the open air bar.
Chef Nick Leahy decided to close West Midtown’s AIX/Tin Tin and transform it into the more casual but equally delicious Nick’s Westside earlier this year. Expect laidback tavern eats like wings, burgers with thick cut fries, and vidalia onion mac and cheese.
You probably have seen the okonomiyaki pop-up at least once or twice at local breweries all over town, but now these folks are bringing their authentic Japanese street eats to a brick and mort location in East Atlanta. Their okonomiyaki is a savory Japanese pancake made with cabbage, green onions, and pickled ginger and topped with okonomi sauce and bonito flakes that all combine together to make an umami feast. Get the combo with their yakisoba noodles for some truly tasty Japanese goodness.
The folks from Three Taverns have just opened a new location. New to the ultra hip Atlanta Dairies in Downtown, Three Taverns Imaginarium is serving up their crazy good sours and imaginative pours on an expansive patio and in their moody, industrial chic interiors. There isn’t any food served at this time, but you can easily pick up food at neighborhood Wonderkid or Taqueria Tsunami to enjoy at Three Taverns.