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Mexican Food Pop-Up Plans to Open a Taqueria in Burgeoning Summerhill

The Real Mexican Vittles to open D Boca N Boca on Georgia Avenue

The Real Mexican Vittles pop-up to open a restaurant in Summerhill
The Real Mexican Vittles
Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for 12 years.

The southeast Atlanta neighborhood of Summerhill’s burgeoning population of entrepreneurial dining pop-ups turning permanent restaurants continues to grow. The Real Mexican Vittles mobile kitchen, owned by Helio Bernal, will open taqueria and gastropub D Boca N Boca on Georgia Avenue, the AJC reports and per real estate brokers The Shumacher Group.

Bernal began the pop-up and catering business in 2017, serving tacos, tamales, taco bowls, and fresh made salsas from a mobile kitchen cart at local breweries and festivals around Atlanta. Many of the pop-up’s ingredients are grown in Georgia or sourced locally.

Like the Real Mexican Vittles, D Boca N Boca will carry a similar menu. The restaurant also includes a bar and an outdoor patio.

Eater Atlanta reached out to Summerhill real estate developer Carter and to Bernal for more details.

D Boca N Boca’s future Summerhill neighbors include: Little Tart Bakeshop (open on Georgia Avenue) and its adjacent soft serve ice cream shop Big Softie, Woods Chapel BBQ from the owners of The General Muir, another location of Hodgepodge Coffeehouse, Halfway Crooks Brewing, and pop-ups-turning-permanent, Junior’s Pizza, Little Bear, and Talat Market.

Chef Parnass Lim Savang of Talat Market plans to open his restaurant by early summer on Ormond Street on the edge of Summerhill.

39 Georgia Avenue, Atlanta.