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Get a Free Scoop of Vegan Ice Cream in Westview Today

Austin’s NadaMoo ice cream shop is in town doling out coconut milk-based scoops at YogaSkills, plus more dining intel

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Free vegan ice cream in Westview

Want a free scoop of vegan ice cream today? Austin’s NadaMoo ice cream shop is in town Friday, August 2, from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. doling out scoops of coconut milk-based ice cream at YogaSkills, located at 1536 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard. The Westview scoop shop pop-up is just down from D’s Cafe. [Official]

There’s another new brunch restaurant in College Park

WE’s Hustle and Soul reality TV stars chef Lawrence Page and Ana Lavender have opened a restaurant called Black Gurl Brunch Club on Virginia Avenue in College Park, the AJC reports. The restaurant takes over the former Pig & the Pint space. Black Gurl Brunch Club’s menu consists of “fresh spins on Southern staples”, according to the website, and will also serve bottomless mimosas and other breakfast cocktails. Page owns Page’s Pink Teacup Villa restaurant in Miami. All-day brunch restaurant the Real Milk and Honey just opened last month on Main Street in College Park. It’s owned by Monique Rose Simms and Chopped Redemption winner chef Sammy Davis. [AJC]

Vietnamese restaurant replaces Barberitos in Sandy Springs

Vietnamese restaurant 285 Colonial Kitchen takes over the former Southwestern grill Barberitos space at the Prado, Tomorrow’s News Today reports. 285 Colonial Kitchen, which could open by September, plans to serve pho and various Vietnamese noodle dishes, along with beer and wine. Owner Duc Tran has another restaurant called 575 Bistro in Kennesaw serving similar fare. Another shuttered Barberitos space at the Peach in Buckhead is being replaced by Tamago Ramen Bar. It should open Sunday, August 4. [ToNT]

Rolled ice cream shop will open at the revamped Underground Atlanta

iScream Ice Cream Rolls will open later this year at the revamped Underground Atlanta complex on Upper Alabama in downtown Atlanta, What Now Atlanta reports. The shop, owned by Khalilah Womack, plans to serve ice cream that is poured onto a machine which quick freezes it and is then carefully scraped into rolls and served in a cup with a variety of toppings. [WNA]

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