Food, created by Mexico City native chef Edith Zuniga, should be similar to Frita Kale-O’s pop-up menus at breweries like Wild Heaven and include gorditas, quesadillas, empanadas, tacos, and tostadas, along with other “traditional street cuisine” found throughout the country’s capital city and regions such as Oaxaca. In addition to food, Frita Kale-O plans to include several local craft beers on its menu as well as on tap.
The restaurant’s dining room and bar seats up to 80 people with additional seating for up to 60 on the large patio.
Frita Kale-O joins neighborhood restaurant and bar Poor Hendrix, Mix’D Up Burgers, and newly opened Japanese-Korean restaurant Salaryman at the East Lake development. The first Atlanta location of Savannah’s Perc Coffee Roasters and its cafe also opens this spring at the complex.
Hosea L. Williams Drive and 2nd Avenue, East Lake, Atlanta.