The “straightforward” bar and neighborhood hangout serves domestic and craft beers on draft as well as a selection of Korean spirits. A full cocktail list is currently in the works. As for food, people can find that at the Gaja Korean food truck, permanently parked beside the patio.
“Gaja Food truck will showcase Korean street food such as Korean fried chicken wings, pork belly lettuce wraps, spiral potatoes with kimchi mayo, and spam sliders,” Song tells Eater Atlanta. Food is ordered at the truck’s window. Once ready, people grab their order and find a seat.
Song and Pringle teamed up with Stephen Gannon of Ria’s Bluebird for weekend breakfast at Boggs. The counter service Ria’s Baby Bird takes place inside offering a “condensed breakfast menu” and coffee on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Boggs accommodates around 200 people between its bar and patio with communal seating, and will eventually host regular DJs and events.
Gaja opened in 2015 on Flat Shoals Road in the heart of EAV. Last December, Tim Song and his brother, Danny, opened Babo Korean restaurant in Nashville. The Songs partnered with Joseph Plunket and Sara Nelson of the Five Points neighborhood bar Duke’s.
Bar open 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Food truck open 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Closed Mondays.
1310 White Street SW, Atlanta.