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Laotian Street Food Heads to Chamblee as Westside Stir-fry Restaurant Closes

Plus Ramen and bagel shop openings imminent in East Atlanta

Lao larb with chicken, beef, and rare beef.
Snackboxe Bistro/Facebook
Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for 12 years.

Ramen coming to East Atlanta
East Atlanta’s Global Grub Collective (GGC), home to We Suki Suki, will be getting a new ramen stall on January 16. Lifting Noodles Ramen from Seven Chan and Ken Yu who own the popular GGC stall Poké Burri will serve traditional tonkotsu, spicy, and fried, brothless ramen along with a “secret menu of weird creations”, bibimbap, and barbecue bowls, according to their Instagram. Lifting Noodles plans to offer vegetarian options soon. [INSTAGRAM]

Emerald City Bagels opening imminent in East Atlanta
Bagel lovers in East Atlanta Village may only have to wait another week before the brick and mortar shop from the mother-daughter duo of Deanna and Jackie Halcrow finally opens for business. The City of Atlanta permitting department seems to be the cause for much of the delay. The shop’s Facebook page posted a message alluding to Emerald City’s debut this past Saturday. [FACEBOOK]

Snackboxe Bistro Lao Street Food opening soon
The restaurant offering Laotian street foods will open on Monday, January 15 with a limited menu in Doraville’s Super H Mart plaza on Peachtree Road, according to their Facebook page. [FACEBOOK]

Take a peek at the menu:

Opening menu/Snackboxe Bistro

One Rooster on Howell Mill has shuttered
Made-to-order, stir-fry restaurant One Rooster which took over the space formerly occupied by The Original Chow Baby has closed. The reason for the closure has been blamed on “lack of foot traffic”, according to Tomorrow’s New Today. One Rooster opened at the corner of Howell Mill Road and 11th Street last February. [ToNT]

Sun in My Belly and Revelator Coffee cocktail party
Head to Sun in My Belly in Kirkwood on Friday, January 12 at 7 p.m. for coffee cocktails and light bites. [Instagram]

In town for the college football National Championship game? Here’s where to eat and drink around Atlanta:

An Eater’s Guide to Atlanta updated for 2018
Where to eat at the Mercedes-Benz stadium
No tickets to tonight’s game? No problem, watch, eat, and drink at these spots.

Sun in My Belly

2161 College Avenue Northeast, , GA 30317 (404) 370-1088 Visit Website

We Suki Suki

479-B Flat Shoals Ave. SE, Atlanta, GA 30316 (404) 430-7613 Visit Website

Revelator Coffee Company

691 14th Street Northwest, , GA 30318 Visit Website