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Another Chicken Salad Chick Is Opening, This Time in Cumming

Plus, ‘cue caterer South of Heaven BBQ opening restaurant in Carrollton and Publico Kitchen & Tap prepares for midtown debut

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Chicken Salad Chick expanding to Cumming
After opening its latest chopped chicken shop in Vinings, CSC is expanding their mayo salad empire to Cumming. There are already eight locations throughout metro Atlanta; including two south of town in Peachtree City and Newnan. The new shop is located in The Collection at Forsyth and will open on May 1. 410 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 4154. [Official]

Caterer South of Heaven Bar-be-Cue opening a restaurant
Eater Atlanta received a tip that Atlanta-based ‘cue caterer South of Heaven Bar-Be-Cue has found a home for their upcoming restaurant in downtown Carrollton. Pitmaster Judd Foster and his wife Kate plan to open sometime in May, according to their Facebook page. South of Heaven will serve traditional barbecue (from Texas brisket to Carolina whole hog) and also carry vegan/ vegetarian plays on “favorite southern classics.” [Facebook]

Plywood report on Arnette’s Chop Shop in Brookhaven
Progress is being made on the construction of the “classic American steakhouse” in Brookhaven. Signage is up and the restaurant is teasing regularly on Facebook of its impending opening in May. Arnette’s will feature varying steak sizes, a raw bar, and a rooftop bar. 2700 Apple Valley Road. [Facebook]

Publico Kitchen & Tap in Midtown opening soon
The second location of the Columbia, South Carolina-based restaurant will open soon on Crescent Avenue next door to Lure, according to a representative for Publico. The restaurant, which was slated to open in December, categorizes its menu as Latin-Asian and includes everything from tacos to bánh mì to burritos to ramen. No word yet on an exact opening date. 1104 Crescent Avenue NE, Atlanta. [Official/Facebook]

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