— Dancing Goats Coffee Bar's Ponce City Market outpost will offer scaled-back service today through Wednesday. The interior is closed for renovations and expansion, but a limited menu is available on the patio each day from 7 a.m. to noon.
— MF Sushi, the revived restaurant from brothers Chris and Alex Kinjo, is now serving lunch on weekends.
— Dessert food truck Heavenly Dolce is expanding with a brick-and-mortar shop at 491 Flat Shoals Avenue in East Atlanta Village. Owner Kim Spaulding tells Atlanta Magazine the new location will open sometime this month and serve will serve breakfast, coffee, and sweets starting at 7 a.m.
— Sprudge Magazine, which focuses on coffee news and culture, has a feature on Clarkston-based Refuge Coffee Co., which is launching a new truck. Owner Caleb Goodrum says it's the city's "only coffee truck," and the company uses beans from Safehouse Coffee Company. Refuge is a non-profit and aims to help global refugees gain employment.