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Buckhead Cupcake Lovers Can No Longer Make Withdrawals From Sprinkles’ ATM

Sprinkles Cupcakes is closed. Plus, more details on sustainable herd restaurant Big Game in Old Fourth Ward, and Roswell has a new “club” on Atlanta Street

Sprinkles Cupcakes and its ATM in Buckhead are closed
Sprinkles Cupcakes
Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for 12 years.

BUCKHEAD: Just in case any cupcake-loving Atlantans haven’t heard the news yet, Sprinkles and its cupcake ATM at Lenox Square Mall in Buckhead closed on Thursday, July 26, Tomorrow’s News Today reports. The cupcake and ice cream shop with its sweet treat-delivering ATM opened in 2014. [ToNT]

OLD FOURTH WARD: Atlanta Magazine shed more light on the new “sustainable herd” restaurant Big Game from the Bantam Pub owners headed to Anthem on Ashley this fall. The restaurant will seat 200 people inside with 70 more seats on the patio and include games like darts, pool, and horseshoes. The menu consists of meats like New Zealand reindeer, elk stew and huntsmen stew with wild boar, and frog legs as well as chicken wings and hot dogs. Brunch is planned for the weekends. The full bar will have 15 to 20 beers on tap. Owners Tim Lance and Richard Baum are also planning to open an “everyman’s bar” in the former Marco’s Pita on Ponce de Leon. [ATLMag]

ROSWELL: “Trendy, modern American” restaurant Chipper’s Club is now open at 659 Atlanta Street in historic Roswell, the AJC reports. The menu at Chipper’s, named for co-owner Terry “Chipper” Gromholm, lists shrimp and grits, fried chicken, and meatloaf among its offerings. The restaurant is open Tuesday - Sunday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. and includes live music Thursday - Saturday. [AJC]