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Ton Ton Will Include a Separate Sushi Kiosk

Guy Wong hopes to open his Ponce City Market restaurant in August.

Guy Wong.
Guy Wong.

1) OLD FOURTH WARD — Miso Izakaya and Le Fat restaurateur Guy Wong hopes to open Ton Ton, his Ponce City Market project, on August 26, and he's working on another eatery at the development, as well. The Ton Ton Sushi Kiosk will focus on takeout and offer a sashimi raw bar and standard sushi menu, reports Atlanta Magazine. Ton Ton's menu will revolve around ramen, yakitori, and steamed buns.

2) ATLANTIC STATION — Two new culinary options are on track for summer openings. Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee, which features shops in Roswell, Cumming, and Daleville, Va., is on track to launch in the development, according to Atlantic Station PR. In addition to the coffeeshop, Boneheads, which previously operated in Atlantic Station before shuttering in 2010, will re-open in its old space, per the development's PR. Boneheads currently has four Georgia locations, plus six more in North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana.

3) MIDTOWN — The team behind East Atlanta's Urban Cannibals is working on a couple of new ventures. A new outpost will take over the former Cruzado space, according to What Now Atlanta, and Madre + Mason will move into the old Couscous space. In a recent Facebook post, the Urban Cannibals folks shared details on what to expect at their new restaurant.

MADRE + MASON is chef Calavino's return to a full kitchen and is her Southern/Latin concept with dishes like Cumin Lime Buttermilk Brined Fried Chicken, Turkey Poblano Meatloaf with Jalapeno Tequila Gravy, Huge South American Quinoa Vegan Salads, Vegan Ancho Collard Greens, Poblano + Smoked Corn Cornbread, Local Green Tomato Gazpacho, Cheddar Chipotle Biscuits at Brunch, Sweet Potato Flan, Watermelon Galletas and more, more, more! It's across from One Midtown Kitchen, is one block from the Piedmont Park parking garage and we have an access gate to the beltline right off our patio!

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