Bhojanic Market, located inside Emory's Cox Dining Hall, is that "new concept," the Bhojanic team mentioned a few months back. The eatery opened two weeks ago, reports Atlanta Magazine, following the November shutter of Bhojanic's Decatur restaurant.
"We are excited to say that we will not be gone from the area long," is what owner Archna Becker declared when she announced the closing of her 12-year-old Indian restaurant. The new Bhojanic Market serves North Indian food on a hot line, as well as grab-and-go, tiffins, and prepared meals, according to its Facebook page. Bhojanic's catering operation is expanding into a larger facility, and its food truck is still rolling. The brick-and-mortar Buckhead location remains open, as well.
Becker tells Atlanta she plans to open three to five Bhojanic Markets in the next two years, and she'll focus on Midtown and Alpharetta. She's also writing a cookbook, which will reportedly take three years to finish.