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Iron Chef Bobby Flay’s Burger Palace Will Challenge Shake Shack at Atlanta’s Airport

It’s Flay’s Burger Palace versus Danny Meyer’s Shake Shack at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport

Bobby Flay’s Burger Palace opens soon at Hartsfield-Jackson airport
Bobby Flay’s Burger Palace

Bobby Flay’s Burger Palace is open at the Atlanta airport

The battle of the celebrity-owned burger stalls is about to go down at Hartsfield-Jackson airport now that chef Bobby Flay’s Burger Palace is open. The restaurant is hosting a grand opening Tuesday, October 23, at 11 a.m. in Concourse B at Gate 26. The latest airport burger kiosk joins the newly-opened Shake Shack — owned by prolific NYC restaurateur Danny Meyer — located on Concourse A near gate A28. Much like Meyer’s burger shack, Flay’s palace serves several types of burgers topped with a variety of accoutrements as well as shakes that can be spiked with vodka, and fries, including sweet potato. Flay will be on hand to cut the ribbon next Tuesday and to sign books. For those who prefer to keep their burgers local, Atlanta’s Grindhouse Killer Burgers has locations on concourses D and T. [Official]

Legal Seafood in downtown Atlanta is closing

ICYMI, Boston-based Legal Seafood is closing after more than 10 years in downtown Atlanta on December 18, Tomorrow’s News Today reports. The two-story seafood restaurant is located inside the Hilton Garden Inn at the corner of Baker and Luckie streets. Several locations have shut down around the country this year, including Tysons Corners in McClean, Virginia, in September. It closed after more than 20 years in business at the Tysons Galleria mall. [ToNT]

A new brunch restaurant is opening near downtown

In more positive downtown news, the Brunch Spot will open in the former Aloha Asian Bistro on Piedmont Avenue on the border between downtown and Old Fourth Ward, according to What Now Atlanta. The restaurant plans to open in November and is owned by Lutherine Young. The Southern food-inspired menu will include waffles, mac and cheese, and several styles of grits — one possibly prepared with lobster. Young also plans to host live jazz. Here’s hoping Sunday jazz brunch is in the works. [WNA]

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