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Seven Hens Shutters in Decatur and Sandy Springs

Both locations will be redeveloped into new concepts

Seven Hens signage. Seven Hens/Facebook

Seven Hens, the globally inspired schnitzel concept with locations in Decatur and Sandy Springs, is no more. Owners Michael Gurevich and Yoav Sneh have sold both restaurants, which have closed and will transform into new concepts. The deals were brokered by The Shumacher Group.

According to an announcement on Shumacher’s website, the Sandy Springs restaurant, located at 6615 Roswell Rd. NE, #340, will become a "Poke Bar concept out of LA." The Decatur location at 2140 North Decatur Rd. will transition into "Korean Street Food."

Poke Bar is the second Los Angeles-based chain to make plans for Sandy Springs in recent months. LA’s Jinya Ramen Bar began service in the Gateway Sandy Springs development in July.

Gurevich and Sneh opened the Decatur Seven Hens in July 2012, and they followed it up with the Sandy Springs outpost in October 2014. They had plans to expand the concept into a larger chain, but changed direction, cashed in their chips, and are relocating "overseas."

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