The event’s celebrating Atlanta’s 10th Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival and previewing Little Rey, the newest addition to Ford Fry’s restaurant empire. The Tex-Mex spot is slated to open in Piedmont Heights in 2019. So far, the menu is split between staples like breakfast tacos and wood-roasted chicken al carbon and dishes “encouraging a healthful lifestyle,” because something has to balance out those margaritas.
Starting at 8:30 a.m., Superica’s slinging out migas tacos (scrambled eggs with jalapeño, tomatoes, tortilla chips, cheese) with and sans-bacon. They’ll also serve tastings of bloody Marias.
Momonoki’s definitely opening next week
Jason Liang and John Chen’s Japanese counter service spot Momonoki will run a soft opening for the public from Sunday to Tuesday before officially opening on Wednesday, June 20. Chen says Momonoki all menu items are 25% off during the soft opening.
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