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8 New Atlanta Restaurant Openings to Know Right Now

From tsukemen ramen and ebi karage in Sandy Springs to revolving sushi and Korean bbq in Doraville

Three bowls of noodles, pork, and ramen eggs, and two bowls of broth on a table at Okiboru Tsukemen and Ramen Okiboru Tsukemen and Ramen
Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for 12 years.

Restaurants open all the time around Atlanta, many with little fanfare. Eater Atlanta often receives tips from readers about restaurant openings or discovers newly opened establishments while eating around town for the site. Check out these eight restaurants which recently opened around Atlanta over the last few weeks.

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Yunnan Crossing Bridge Rice Noodle: Fu Li Zhang and Rachel Yuan, the owners of Buford Highway hand-pulled noodle house LanZhou Ramen, opened the first of two DIY rice noodle soup restaurants. The other is planned for Kennesaw and should open later this year. Diners choose a broth base and then meats and vegetables before assembling the soup according to instructions provided on the menu. Each bowl comes with a quail egg and noodles. Other snacks include soup dumplings, fried buns, and charcoal grilled kabobs.

Sandy Springs

Okiboru Tsukemen and Ramen: The LA import and 2019 Michelin Guide California Bib Gourmand ramen restaurant is now open at the Modera complex on Roswell Road in Sandy Springs. Okiboru specializes in tsukemen or “dipping ramen”, where noodles are served in a separate bowl and then dunked into a bowl of hot broth before eating. The restaurant makes its own noodles and also offers a small selection of other ramen beyond tsukemen and snacks like ebi karage (crispy fried shrimp).


E-Gyu Revolving Sushi BBQ: The sushi and Korean barbecue restaurant is located in the same complex as Red and Green Brazilian Steakhouse. Like other revolving sushi restaurants, diners take what they want from a rotating selection of covered sushi dishes on a conveyer belt passing by their table or order from the touchscreen menu. Tables also come equipped with small inset grills for cooking meats, which are also ordered from the touchscreen.


Lily White Mediterranean: The Mediterranean-American restaurant and bar, located on Pharr Road, includes a menu of mezzes, hummus, kabobs, and other entrees like lamb shank as well as cocktails.

Leafmore-Creek Park Hill

Duck Donuts: The doughnut chain, founded in North Carolina and based in Pennsylvania, opened its fourth Atlanta location on North Druid Hills Road in December. Duck Donuts features vanilla cake doughnuts which are customized with a variety of coatings, toppings, and drizzles.

Lindbergh-Martin Manor

Street Bistro: The Asian street food restaurant is now open in the former Hong Kong Harbour space on Cheshire Bridge Road. Owned by Susie Chae and Matt Chae, Street Bistro serves quick-serve foods like wings, a variety of fried rice, a katsu burger and donkatsu chicken sandwich, and fried fish.


26 Thai Kitchen and Bar: The second location of the Lindbergh neighborhood-based Thai restaurant is now open in the former MuLan Chinese restaurant space on Juniper Street in Midtown. 26 Thai is open for lunch and dinner, and includes a similar menu to the Lindbergh Center location.


Mr. Everything’s Cafe: The Decatur location of the “healthy” fast-casual restaurant is now open on East College Avenue in the former Figo space. The menu includes build-your-own rice and salad bowls with choice of protein, New York-style sandwiches like the cafe’s “world famous” grilled chicken sub and a cheesesteak, along with burgers and hot dogs.

Hong Kong Harbour

2184 Cheshire Bridge Road Northeast, , GA 30324 (404) 325-7630 Visit Website