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Rising Son Adds Dinner Service; Saturday Brunch at Two Urban Licks

And, Lure is offering a quick-service lunch for busy diners

Exterior signage for Rising Son.
Rising Son.
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Rising Son, the recently opened Avondale Estates breakfast-and-lunch spot from husband-and-wife team Hudson and Kathryn Fitzgerald Rouse, is now serving dinner, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. A menu posted on the restaurant’s Facebook page offers some insight on what to expect. Look for small plates, sandwiches, sides, and entrees, such as crispy shiitake carbonara and a tempura-fried whole snapper. Avondale Estates: 124 North Avondale Rd.

Lure is trying to make it easier for Midtown’s working-lunch crowd to grab a quick weekday bite. The seafood house has debuted what’s being billed as a “Catch & Release” menu, designed to offer “a quality lunch at full speed without sacrificing service.” For $12, diners can grab lighter fare such as smoked-trout salad or shrimp and crab gumbo, or larger dishes including smoked-salmon cakes and skate schnitzel. All dishes come with a beverage. Service runs from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. Midtown: 1106 Crescent Ave. NE.

— Already in the game on Sunday, Two Urban Licks is expanding its brunch service to Saturday. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., dig into an extensive menu that includes doughnuts with guava jam and creme fraiche, a chicken biscuit and gravy, and fried oysters benedict. The food is complemented by live music and a selection of morning cocktails to cure that hangover. Poncey-Highland: 820 Ralph McGill Blvd. NE.

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Rising Son

124 North Avondale Road, , GA 30002 (404) 600-5297 Visit Website

Lure

1106 Crescent Avenue Northeast, , GA 30309 (404) 817-3650 Visit Website

TWO urban licks

820 Ralph McGill Boulevard Northeast, , GA 30306 (404) 522-4622 Visit Website

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