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Rolling Reuben's; NaanStop Indian; Baci; And More

 Rolling Reuben's truck.
Rolling Reuben's truck.
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1) Everywhere: The newest food truck to hit the streets, Rolling Reuben's is up and running, reports Atlanta Magazine. The specialty of this mobile version of a downtown favorite? Well, reubens of course, along with other deli standards like turkey clubs and grilled cheese sandwiches. [POST-PLYWOOD]

2) Decatur/Emory: In other food truck news, LA's NaanStop Express Indian Cuisine is "going non-mobile" by planning a brick-and-mortar here in Atlanta, according to Tomorrow's News Today. The restaurant will serve north Indian cuisine and is tentatively looking at the Decatur/Emory area. [PRE-PLYWOOD]

3) Brookhaven: Cafe at Pharr's new concept, Baci, opened yesterday in Town Brookhaven; serving "eclectic eats from the Mediterranean along with Eastern-influenced dishes." Speaking of Cafe at Pharr, What Now Atlanta reports that a fifth location of the bistro is headed for Vinings Jubilee. [POST-PLYWOOD / PLYWOOD]

4) Avondale Estates: The former James Joyce Pub is now named Brewhouse Cafe Avondale, the fourth change in as many months, notes What Now, Atlanta. [POST-PLYWOOD]

5) Buckhead: A new Turkish restaurant and lounge, Istanblue, has opened in the former Via space on Pharr Road. [POST-PLYWOOD]

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