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Kale Me Crazy Eyes Vinings for Next Atlanta Juice Bar

Plus, Westside Italian spot Donetto’s chef shuffle and a dine-in theater with a James Beard award-winning chef heads to Midtown

Kale Me Crazy will open in new Modera Vinings complex
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Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for 12 years.

Kale Me Crazy opening in new Modera Vinings complex
The organic juice bar and health food restaurant continues its pursuit of metro Atlanta domination. Kale Me Crazy will open a new shop in the forthcoming Modera Vinings near the start of the Silver Comet Trail. This will mark Kale Me Crazy’s 12th Atlanta-based shop. The new Grant Park location at Larkin on Memorial should open soon. [Official]

Chef shuffle at Westside Italian spot Donetto
Elliot Cusher is IN as the new chef of Westside Italian spot Donetto, the AJC reported. Cusher takes over for Michael Perez who has accepted a new position at Charleston’s Cannon Green. Cusher has worked at Cochon in New Orleans and comes to Atlanta via Charleston where he has worked for five years for the Indigo Road restaurant group. The group owns Donetto along with Westside sushi restaurant O-Ku as well as Colletta and Oak Steakhouse at Avalon in Alpharetta. [AJC]

Parisian-style cafe Ocean Market reopens Downtown
After temporarily shuttering due to ongoing construction along Peachtree Street, the gourmet soup, salad, and crepe cafe Ocean Market has reopened and, apparently, remodeled. The market is open Monday - Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 489 Peachtree Street NE. [Official]

Luxury cinema and dining headed to Midtown’s Colony Square
iPic, the luxury cinema and dining spot heading to Midtown’s revamped Colony Square, promises a dine-in theater with “ninja-like” service, farm-to-glass cocktails, and a James Beard award-wining chef, Sherry Yard. [Curbed]

Butcher shop with a patio opening in Edgewood
Avondale Estates butcher Rusty Bowers of Pine Street Market is opening “Atlanta’s first farmer-owned” butcher shop called Chop Shop, according to What Now Atlanta. It will be located at 1366 Memorial Drive SE in the Edgewood neighborhood. Bowers is partnering with livestock farm Riverview Farms and is planning a butcher shop similar to Pine Street Market. Chop Shop will feature a patio where classes and events will be held. [WNA]

Kale Me Crazy

100 6th St NE, , GA 30308 (404) 228-3878 Visit Website

Oak Steakhouse

801 Clark Place, , TN 37203 (615) 902-3111 Visit Website


81 Van Buren Street, , TN 37208 (629) 900-0021 Visit Website


976 Brady Avenue Northwest, , GA 30318 (404) 445-6867 Visit Website

Colony Square

1197 Peachtree Street Northeast, , GA 30361 (404) 965-9091 Visit Website


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