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The ‘Whimsical’ and ‘Seasonal’ Falling Rabbit Opens Next Year at Duluth’s Parsons Alley

Plus, a new dine-in theater could open at the old General Motors assembly plant development in Doraville and a pub heads to north Decatur

Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for 12 years.

“Contemporary Seasonal” restaurant Falling Rabbit to open at Parsons Alley

Chicago chef Chuck Woods opens a “contemporary seasonal” restaurant called Falling Rabbit at Parsons Alley in downtown Duluth early next year, What Now Atlanta reports. Not much else is known about the establishment other than the name and that its design incorporates touches of art nouveau and clean lines to accompany the “whimsical approach” to the chef’s menu. [WNA]

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Alamo Drafthouse Cinema could open in Doraville

It seems the first Georgia location of Alamo Drafthouse Cinema could open in the former General Motors assembly plant currently under development in Doraville, according to Tomorrow’s News Today. The Austin, Texas-based dine-in (with plenty of beer) theater chain is known for its strict no-talking policy during movies which, if enforced, could lead to a moviegoer’s removal from a show. [ToNT/CurbedATL]

Wheelhouse Craft Pub and Kitchen opening on Scott Boulevard

Wheelhouse Craft Pub and Kitchen takes over the former Maddy’s Rib Joint and Old Hickory Inn Barbecue space on Scott Boulevard, according to a post on Facebook. Owned by Ian and Kathryn Macken (Meehan’s), Wheelhouse could open early next year in North Decatur. [FB]

Wheelhouse (noun): a place or situation in which one is advantageously at ease. We are thrilled to announce the...

Posted by Wheelhouse Craft Pub & Kitchen on Friday, September 27, 2019