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Harry's Closing; Tyler Williams Pop-Up; Fall Cocktails

Harry's Farmer's Market will shutter after 27 years.

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ALPHARETTA — The original Harry's Farmers Market, the Alpharetta grocery store made famous by Alton Brown's Good Eatswill close for good on Sunday. Whole Foods bought the company in 2001 and is closing the store to make way for the nearby Avalon Whole Foods, which is opening later this month. Roots in Alpharetta says many Harry's employees will move to the new Whole Foods. [RIA]

INMAN PARK — Chef Tyler Williams, who left Woodfire Grill in May, and chef Andre Brookins are hosting a lunch pop-up next week at The Stove Works. Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the duo will be serving up "gangsta wraps," billed as "delicious renderings of anything that can be wrapped up inside anything edible used to wrap." Look for burritos, naan wraps, and Middle Eastern sandwiches running between $5 and $10. [EaterWire]

OLD FOURTH WARD — 4th & Swift is rolling out a fall cocktail menu that features nine craft beverages. Included are the Jack Ruby (Laird's 7 1/2 Year Apple Brandy, The King's Ginger, Allspice Dram, cranberry, sage, fresh lemon and, apple bitters), the Central American Graffiti (Botran 1893 Solera Rum, Nux Alpina, sweet potato, apple cider shrub, fresh lime, and Bitter Truth Decanter Bitters), and the Straw Dog (Watershed "Four Peel" Gin, Dimmi Liquore di Milano, Belle de Brillet, Cocchi Americano, Zirbenz, and 18.21 Earl Grey Bitters). [EaterWire]

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